Xenoblade Chronicles 2: How To Level Up Quickly | XP Guide

After Xenoblade Chronicles launched back in 2010 in Japan and slowly reaching a worldwide release a couple years later, its sequel, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is now available for purchase. The video game sports a brand new exciting world along with a unique cast of characters.

Players will mainly follow the story of Rex and his friend Pyra who are on a grand quest to find Elysium, a supposed paradise for all of humanity. Currently, all of the humanity resides on living within the backs of colossal beasts called Titans where our protagonist will have to venture through the clouds while taking on quests during his epic search.

If you’re in need of a helping hand with the game then take a look at our guides below. In this particular guide, we’ll showcase just how to level up and farm XP.



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How To Farm XP

There’s a massive emphasis on leveling up your party within Xenoblade Chronicles 2. You’ll find that levels won’t matter in terms of what quests you can take on or story progression, but they will play a role in the enemies you’ll come across within those given missions.

With that said, you will want to level up rather quickly and early on during the start of your journey. As it stands right now, the main way to farm XP is simply combat.

Unfortunately, quests of any nature don’t really offer that much XP and because of that, your party will need to do some grinding by combat. The best place to start your XP farming is within Lyta Oasis which is in the Gormott Province.

The enemies here won’t attack you first but instead will wait until you start the encounter. From there, you should keep track of the enemies’ weakness and use that against them during the battle. Afterwards, your goal should be to hit the Inn and rest the entire party. When the whole party rests at an Inn, the XP can be combined together for leveling.

Note: This should go without saying but don’t die during combat. If you die in combat you’ll lose out on the XP you were obtaining.

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