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How To Break The Floor In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

How To Break The Floor In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps
Several locations are inaccessible until you learn to smash the floor. This guide tells you How To Break The Floor In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps as little Ori lacks a ground pound ability so you’ve got to look elsewhere before you can smash the terrain to pieces.

It’s worth noting that there are many floors that you can smash using enemy abilities. Once you learn the Bash ability you can use it to intercept enemy projectiles. This can be used for a big boost to your jump but it has other uses as well. You can use it to send the projectile back to the enemy, dealing great damage, or you can redirect it to blow up specific walls and bits of floor. There is, however, an ability specifically designed to break floors.

How To Break The Floor In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

How To Break The Floor In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps
There are a lot of abilities in Ori and the Will of the Wisps (check out our full ability guide, we’ve got them all) and then there are further Spirit Shards. Abilities are main abilities, they are the tools that let you get past obstacles, unlock new actions, and reveal new areas. Spirit Shards are used to accompany abilities, giving them new uses or making them more powerful.

To break the floor in Ori and the Will of the Wisps, you need to purchase an ability in Wellspring Glades. You’ll come across this area in the story after an hour or two, it’s not very far in. There’s an NPC there called Opher. He sells a number of abilities for 800 Spirit. It’s relatively expensive but the skill you require, Spirit Smash, will allow you to break the floor in places to get other loot, such as Energy or Life Cells.

  • Follow the main story until you reach Wellspring Glades
  • Speak with the NPC Opher at the Glades
  • Purchased the Spirit Smash from Opher
  • Assign it and use it when standing on floor that can be broken

That’s How To Break The Floor In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps. If you need any further help, post a comment below.

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