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How To Jump Higher In Indivisible

How To Jump Higher In Indivisible
Jumping higher opens access to many secrets and new characters to recruit. This guide explains How To Jump Higher In Indivisible, as the game features many areas and obstacles that, when first discovered, are inaccessible until you unlock specific abilities or enhancements.

At the beginning of your adventure in Indivisible, you’re limited on what you can do. You will encounter special doors, walls, and other obstacles that block access to areas, even right at the start of the game. One such obstacle is height. There are many variations of jumping in the game, we’ll cover them in detail below.

How To Jump Higher In Indivisible

Your initial jump is very limited on height. You can unlock new skills and abilities as you progress through the game, allowing you to reach higher and higher locations. This has many uses, including the discovery of new areas, items, and characters.

Axe Hang
This is unlocked very early in the game, just after you collect the axe. It’s part of the story and cannot be missed. You simply jump and press Square (PS4) or X (Xbox One). You can only do it once per jump but it can be performed before or after a wall jump.

Pirates Leap (Spear Jump)
Once you complete Port Maerifa, you will get a couple of new companions and a Spear. Once you clear the blockade of enemies at the end of the level, Baozhai will teach you this ability. You simple push Down while holding X (PS4) or A (Xbox One). This gives you a higher base jump. Can only be used when on solid ground.

Angwu’s Blessing
Allows you to use O (PS4) or B (Xbox One) to use your boost in any direction, including up. Unlocked naturally through story progression.

Sky Splitter
Press up and Triangle (PS4) or Y (Xbox One) to launch a vertical attack straight up. Unlocked when you visit the Iron Kingdom for the second time, near the end of the story.

As we progress through the game and unlock more abilities, we’ll update our guide on How To Jump Higher In Indivisible.

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