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This is a page about the different stats for characters in Final Fantasy 7 Remake (FF7 Remake). Read on if you are having trouble understanding what each stat does and check out our explanations!
On this screen you can see what weapons, armor, and accessories each of your characters have equipped, including their individual stats.
This is one of the first things you will see upon opening the Party Menu.
Just below the equipment you will find all of your characters' stats as well as affinities and resistances.
|Attack||Affects damage dealt with swords, guns, and melee attacks. Changes based on your characters' Strength stat and equipment.|
|Magic Attack||Affects damage dealt with magic or abilities.Also governs the amont of HP spells like Cure will restore. Changes based on your characters' Magic stat and equipment.|
|Defense||Affects how much damage is taken from physical attacks. Changes based on your characters' Vitality stat and equipment.|
|Magic Defense||Affects how much damage is taken from magic-based attacks. Changes based on your characters' Spirit stat and equipment.|
|Strength||Increases physical attack power.|
|Magic||Increases magical attack power.|
|Spirit||Increases magical defense.|
|Speed||Increases the rate at which the ATB gauge fills over time.|
|Luck||Increases chances of landing Critical Hits as well as the success rate of the Steal ability.|
To the left of your characters' stats you will find their level, HP, MP, and EXP required to level up.
Press the Options Button to open the Main Menu and scroll down to the Party option to see all of the above.
|List of Gameplay Manual Pages|
|Basic Controls||Character Stats|
|How to Stagger Enemies||How to Run Away|
|Map Navigation Guide||Understanding the ATB Gauge|
|How to Change Characters||How to Get Unbound|
|How to Change Difficulty||-|
I saw a materia that adda elemental properties to your weapon. It seems to add damage to your every attack by a small percentage. That bonus damage might scale with your character's stats.
>>27 Certain characters have always been designed to do a specific task in the game. Not doing so will make the game harder to balance. By adding stat raising materia, you can make your characters more flexible allowing you to play them in a DIFFERENT role than they were designed for.
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Thank you for giving me hope! I didn't know it was coming out on xbox! But maybe at that point you might as well wait for a PS5 version and play with a PS5?
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