Immortals Fenyx Rising: How to Increase Maximum Health

Immortals Fenyx Rising: How to Increase Maximum Health
The latest Ubisoft open world, called Immortals Fenyx Rising and created by the authors of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, has managed to positively amaze critics and audiences, despite the production levels not being those of a top-level blockbuster.

Immortals Fenyx Rising wisely mixes mechanics dear to various open-world products published during this generation, among which the positive influences of Zelda: Breath of the Wild certainly stand out, of which the climbing and stamina management system is taken up, the possibility of gliding from great heights and a mechanics of environmental puzzles very similar to that of the Shrines of the exclusive Nintendo, and of the aforementioned Assassin's Creed Odyssey, of which instead it shares the Greek mythology, the setting and the writing with some vein of comedy. Despite these numerous points of contact, however, Immortals Fenyx Rising also possesses a large amount of peculiar mechanics that contribute to the product's ability to create its own identity.

Among these, there is also the health management system of the character that you will guide in his adventure in the mythological lands of the game, whose functioning will be better understood to avoid having a bad end in the most excited situations. In particular, your protagonist will begin his adventure with 3 bars that identify his maximum health: as you suffer damage, these bars will empty, and when one of the three empties completely it can no longer be restored automatically, but only by using manual care. Conversely, a partially damaged health bar will slowly but automatically refill once you exit combat.

In order to increase your maximum health, and consequently face more powerful and dangerous opponents, you have two possibilities: you can search and equip better pieces of armor, which grant bonuses to maximum health, or you can collect Ambrosia , a special resource that can be found within the game world. In the first case, remember that the upgrade you will get will not be permanent, but will be linked to the equipped item: once removed, you will also lose the bonus it provides. On the contrary, obtaining Ambrosia is a surefire way to allow you to permanently increase your maximum health, albeit slightly.

In case you want to know more about the game, we recommend that you take a look at the our review of Immortals Fenyx Rising. If, on the other hand, you want to start your adventure in Greek mythology on the right foot, don't miss the free weapon set for Immortals redeemable as a bonus through Twitch Prime.

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