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Where To Find The Apocalypse In Final Fantasy XV – Most Powerful Great Sword In The Game

Where To Find The Apocalypse In Final Fantasy XV - Most Powerful Great Sword In The Game
Final Fantasy XV boasts an impressive array of unique and powerful weaponry, one of which being the Apocalypse greatsword. This Where To Find The Apocalypse In Final Fantasy XV guide will tell you where to find the most powerful great sword in the entire game.

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Where To Find The Apocalypse In Final Fantasy XV

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Boasting a massive attack value of 597 along with 403 increase to HP the Apocalypse greatword is arguably one of the best additions you can make to your Final Fantasy XV arsenal. However, obtaining this incredible weapon is no easy feat. Firstly you need to complete the entire story campaign. Once you’ve so do you need to complete the specific dungeons to obtain the Dungeon Seal Key, this allows you to unlock the special doors inside dungeons you’ve probably come across already.

Once you’ve got the key you want to select the quest A Menace Sleeps in Balouve and head to the Balouve Mines dungeon. Inside the secret dungeon door, which can be found by squeezing through a very small gap in the wall near the boss fight, continue through the dungeon until you reach the Apocalypse. You can’t miss it. it’s the reward on the floor at the first camp site you discover inside. It’s only about 5 floors down.

Most of the enemies are around level 75, it’s not difficult content. If you’re lower level make sure you prepare with Limit Break Magic and some legendary weapons.

The Apocalypse In Final Fantasy XV

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