How to use zip lines in Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Walk the line.

There are many ways to explore the land of Aionios in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and using a zip line is high on our list. This way, you can get to some hard-to-reach areas with hidden treasures, with some unique monsters lurking in the shadows. To examine these areas, you'll first need to learn how to use zip lines in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

How do zip lines work in Xenoblade Chronicles 3?

Zip lines are huge ropes connecting two points of diffrent heights. These cables are often positioned above some chasm to make things more dangerous. Sob to move across, you'll need some skill. As this is a Xenoblade Chronicles 3 game, you won't cross the rope slowly and carefully. It's much more fun to do rope sliding!

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To use zip lines, you must first learn this daring sliding skill. The first thing you need to do is to meet Juniper in chapter 4 and complete their hero quest called "Natural Selection." There are several things you need to do to achieve their quest:

  1. Beat five Mystery Agnus Ninjas at the Pentelas Region.
  2. Follow the trail that ninjas left.
  3. Vanquish the Tau-Riding monsters to liberate Colony Tau.
  4. Complete the quest and talk to Juniper.

They will teach you Rope sliding skill that you'll use to reach higher ground. With a new skill, you can easily use a zip line. All you need to do is to walk to the metal box where the cable is connected, and you'll automatically start walking the line. This doesn't mean you shouldn't be careful. Move slowly and try not to go too much left or right, as you'll fall, and no increased jump height will save you.

For more information on Xenoblade Chronicles 3, check out guides like All Recipe Locations in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Best time to use Talent Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and When do you unlock fast travel in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 on Pro Game Guides.

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