With the overwhelming success of “Reach for the Stars” now comes a new game that offers players another chance to win $5,000. That is right, this time around you need to beat Slitherfang’s best score in order to claim your prize. This guide will help you on how easily overcome Slitherfang and walk away with some cash!
Horizon Forbidden West is a game in the Reach for the Stars series. It’s released on iOS, Android, and PC. The game is set in an alternate world where magic has been banned and people are forced to live underground.
The Slitherfang in the narrative mission Reach for the Stars is one of the first fatal robots you’ll face in Horizon Forbidden West, and it’ll be one of the first way above your level. It’s a miniboss that must be defeated in order to complete the task.
If you’re looking for a fast way to defeat the Slitherfang in Horizon Forbidden West, here are some tips and tactics.
In Horizon Forbidden West, how can you defeat the Slitherfang?
The Slitherfang is in a confined arena, with you trapped in on both sides and rear, with the machine barring your path forward. Aloy starts the battle by hiding behind one of the three nearby rock outcroppings. Scanning the Slitherfang with your Focus will reveal its “weak” point: the metalbite sac underneath the earthgrinders on its neck.
It’s worth noting that this location isn’t designated as the Slitherfang’s weak spot in the Notebook entry, yet it’s where you’ll need to concentrate during this encounter.
Before you do anything else, take the healing potion and crafting pieces from the box behind the right-hand rock outcropping.
Phase 1 of Slitherfang
The Slitherfang has two assaults in the initial phase. It reclines and spits acid in an arc at you, beginning at its base and advancing outward. Aside from delivering damage if it strikes you, the attack also leaves small pools of leftover acid that might cause harm for a limited period of time.
It also possesses a lunge attack, in which it thrusts forward from its current location to the area’s back. If you’re hidden behind the arena’s rock outcroppings, this strike may shatter them.
The Slitherfang will hover low above the earth between strikes. Slow time by aiming your bow towards its abdomen. Look underneath the earthgrinders for the shield-shaped region. This should be done twice.
The Slitherfang will fall to the ground, its body pointing to the right side of the area, exposing its underbelly to the left. Where the metalbite sac used to be, there will now be three canisters. As soon as possible, destroy these three canisters.
If you don’t kill all three of them here, the Sliltherfang will reappear, wrapping itself around a column on the arena’s left side, making it more difficult to reach the canisters on its belly.
It will also include a sweeping assault that will sweep from one side of the arena to the other, destroying any remaining rock outcroppings. When the Slitherfang appears on the left side of the space, remain at the rear. Its own sweeping strike, on the other hand, will paralyze it for a short period, exposing the canisters once again.
The Slitherfang may sometimes lunge, allowing you another chance to discharge the canisters. It will also employ a sonic assault that forces Aloy to cover her ears and slow down, however you can simply walk away and roll out of this (it only occurred to me once in three bouts).
Remember that the Slitherfang is vulnerable to Frost damage if you’re having problems in this segment. To inflict Brittle on the machine, throw Frost Bombs into its head and chest, which will also stun it, enabling you to get some bullets in and break off some important components.
Phase 2 of Slitherfang
You’ll eventually cause enough damage to the Slitherfang to trigger a brief cutscene. After then, the machine will destroy all of the outcroppings of rock and enter the arena. Several Coil Blasters will emerge as debris in the area, with the one in the center on the left side being the one nearest to you.
These are powerful ranged weapons (equivalent in size and weight to a mini-gun) that may do significant damage to the Slitherfang’s earthgrinders, cutting the battle in half. If you run out of ammunition with the Slitherfang, there is at least one additional Coil Blaster behind it.
In phase 2, the Slitherfang has two main attacks: an electric tail smash and a belly flip (at least in my battles with it). Before it leaps forward and crashes into the ground, its tail will point straight up and twitch, unleashing energy in a tiny area. The Slitherfang will sometimes burrow under the earth before smashing its body upon the ground. With a well-timed roll, both of these may be avoided.
Furthermore, you may fire the tail to deactivate the weapon and render it useless.
That’s how you fight the Slitherfang miniboss in Horizon Forbidden West during Reach for the Stars: keep chipping away at its health (which should be quite low at this time). After the encounter, you’ll attain Level 2 and get a skill point.
The “forbidden west release date” is the release date for Horizon Forbidden West, a new game in the Reach for the Stars series. The game will be available on September 27th.
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