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This is a guide on how to get more Materials in Scarlet Nexus for the Playstaion, XBOX, and Steam platforms. Read on to learn what Materials are, where they can be used, and how to get more of them!
|How to Level Up Fast||How to Farm Money||How to Farm Materials|
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Materials are Items that you pick-up through fighting Others or by exploring the world. Though useless at first, and only good for selling at the store for Money, Materials become another valuable resource for you once the Exchange Shop becomes available.
In the Exchange Shop, which can be accessed by opening up a Shop, you can use materials to exchange for valuables such as Battle Items, Weapons, Plug-ins, Visuals, and the Gifts you'd need to increase your Bond Level with your allies.
There are many hidden areas locked away from you during the initial Phases of the game. Some of these places can only be reached by having certain party members with their SAS Abilities with you as you explore.
Going into these areas, even if you've been there before during the Main Story, is essential in getting environment related Materials for you to use.
Once new areas are unlocked by progressing through the Main Story, it is a highly recommended strategy to try and go back to these areas. Besides the benefits of exploring new parts of these areas, you'll be able to find and defeat enemies that can drop more Materials.
Using Brain Crush against the Others will guarantee a drop of materials. Since Farming and Level Up methods are quite universal, having the Skills Brain Crush EXP Bonus and the Brain Crush Money Bonus will help make farming efforts for Materials, EXP, and Money, far easier.
Difficulty in Scarlet Nexus can be changed at any time you wish through the Options Menu. Lowering the difficulty to one where your attacks are more powerful and enemies generally weaker will help to make Farming be an easier task to do as you can now defeat enemies far faster than normal.
Fundamentally, it is a much better idea to hold on to the Materials you collect in the early portions of the game. Although selling them might seem ideal for more Money, Materials are a lot more valuable once the Exchange Shop becomes accessible, giving you better items and equipment to strive towards.
|Tips and Tricks|
|How to Level Up Fast||Best Early Game Skills|
|How to Farm Money||How to Farm Materials|
|How to Heal and Revive Party Members||Musubi Codes List and Rewards|
|List of Items in Archivist Shop||Steam (PC) Achievements|
|Romance Guide: How to Give Gifts?||PS4 Trophy Guide|
|What Are Team Bond Levels?||How to Increase Plug-in Slots|
|Work Memorandum Locations||Key Card Locations|
|New Game Plus Features||How Many Phases Does the Game Have|
|Post Game Content Guide||SAS Abilities Tier List: Best SAS Abilities|
|Skills Tier List: Best Brain Map Skills||How to Get the Best Weapons|
|Ending Guide: Ending Differences||How to Respawn Data Spots|
|How to Get Phantom Arts||How to Perform a Psychokinesis Read Attack|
|Best Plug-ins||List of Gimmicks|
|How to Enter Gates in Arahabaki||Is There a Secret Boss?|
|Is Scarlet Nexus Open World?||How to Get Bond and Team Bond Level 6|
|What is the Brain Field Super Armor?||What is the Max Level?|
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