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Death End re;Quest Glitch Mode Guide

Death End re;Quest Glitch Mode Guide
Glitch Mode unlocks super powerful ability for each character in Death End re;Quest. This Death End re;Quest Glitch Mode Guide will tell you everything you need to know about Glitch Mode including Glitch only abilities, how to enter Glitch Mode and the benefits of doing so.

Glitch Mode is not available at the beginning of the game. You must progress through your first few battles before a tutorial prompt is displayed, explaining the basics of Glitch Mode. Once you have done this tutorial, you are able to access Glitch Mode on any character.

Death End re;Quest Glitch Mode Guide

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Glitch Mode transforms the chosen character into a new form, which is pretty much the same as the old form just with less clothes, and also unlocks more powerful abilities and increases the characters stats. In order to use Glitch Mode abilities, you must first enter Glitch Mode and then use the Glitch Mode ability as the third ability in an attack chain.

Glitch Mode is tied to character corruption, the dark percentage mark you see next to each characters portrait during combat. Certain enemies can deal curse damage that increases your corruption, but there’s another way of increasing it much quicker. Run around the battlefield and collect the purple Field Bugs. This damages your character and also increase corruption.

Once you reach 80% with any given character, they will immediately transform and you can use the Glitch Mode abilities.

That’s about it for our Death End re;Quest Glitch Mode Guide. If you need any additional details, post a comment below.

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