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Skins and weapons of the Heroes in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross

Skins and weapons of the Heroes in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross

 Without a doubt, Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is a title that offers a lot of attractive content to the players. These will not only be able to relive the most exciting battles that we enjoyed in the original series through the faithful story mode, but you will also be able to participate in other battle scenarios and even in real-time against other people.

While it is true that the battles are an important part of this mobile title, it should also be noted that it offers other fun elements, such as the possibility of exploring the villages that we visit when we beat the story, being able to cook some dishes for the characters, upgrade these and even equip them with outfits and weapons.

The latter is extremely important not only aesthetically, but acquiring and equipping a set outfit and weapons provides many benefits to characters, specifically increasing their base stats. Therefore, this will be a decisive factor as you progress through the game and in the PVP modes.

Having said all of the above, if you are just starting out and still do not understand very well what the outfits and weapons are about, nor do you know how to acquire or improve them, this interests you, because in the next few lines we will tell you everything you need to know about it. In addition, we invite you to take a look at our complete Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross guide, where you will find a lot of useful information.

What are Hero Outfits and Weapons in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross?

Outfits, also known simply as skins, are sets of clothing equipped to characters in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross. This not only changes his appearance a bit but also gives him some bonuses to his stats.

But this is not all, because if you look closely, you will notice that each hero in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross has his own special and unique weapon, such as Meliodas's Lostvayne sword, Escanor 's Rhitta ax, among others. . And it is important to highlight this, since these can also be changed for alternative versions, making the hero more stylish and different from the rest.

Also, when we talk about ensemble attire, we refer to the entire being of clothing, which consists of an accessory for the arms, head, and body of the character. By equipping all of these, the unit can be said to have a full outfit

In Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross there are several ways to get these outfits, but we'll tell you about this later. Although we already told you that on some occasions you will need certain farmable and important material in another section of the game.

What are the Hero Outfits and Weapons for in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross?

Before delving into the various ways to get skins and weapons in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, we consider it important to further detail what these items are for.

We already mentioned that equipping the sets to the characters gives them some bonuses to their statistics, which can be some additional attack, life, defense, chance, or critical damage, among others. And it is these small added percentages that, in the " Late game ", become defining in battles, especially in areas like the Vaizel Fight Festival in normal, where the team does not count, but the sets do.

Additionally, weapons also provide a slight increase in character stats, often related to attack. And while it is true that depending on the rarity of the accessory, it will have a bonus limit, it can be extended by upgrading the weapon.

It is important to note that for a character to acquire the set or weapon bonuses, it is not necessary to have them applied since the set has an additional equipment system, which allows players to select up to 5 of these sets and accessories for the unit to receive the bonuses. All this without changing its aesthetics.

Because of this, it becomes extremely important to not only get all of a unit's skins and weapons but also make sure they are of UR rarity or upgrade them to that point, as this is where they will offer the most stat bonuses.

Related to this, you should know that some outfits and weapons, especially when added with the summon event of a new character, are usually only available for a limited time. This means that if you do not acquire them during this period, you will not be able to do so until they are included in a future event, which can take a long time and will not allow you to have these bonuses.

How to get Outfits and weapons in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross?

Now that you understand a little better about outfits and weapons, it's time to tell you how you can get these important items for the characters. And for this, we have categorized them in such a way that it is easier to understand the different means to achieve them.

It should be noted that some of these methods are simpler and only require farming, while others can be purchased directly with real money. But we will delve into this below.

Hero Affinity Reward

The first way to get outfit pieces, which can be for the character's body or head, is through the affinity menu that each hero includes.

To access this you simply have to go to the [hero upgrade menu], and then find the Affinity option. Previously we explained that it is a function in which you have to give the character his favorite food so that he goes up the friendship bar, reaching prizes in between, such as diamonds, which we mentioned in the diamond farming guide.

However, the best part comes from maxing out the character's affinity, as you immediately get a set-piece, which is usually at UR rarity, so the bonuses are sizable. It can be said that it is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to acquire these elements.

Increasing the rarity of the hero

You should already be familiar with the character upgrade system, as you will often be using it to upgrade your units and make them stronger. But in case you want to go deeper, we leave you our hero improvement guide.

When we improve a character beyond its limit, we will be able to evolve it from rarity to UR, which is the maximum category. At this point, not only do they increase the stats of it, but it also unlocks a set outfit and weapon of this same category.

This means that just by upgrading characters to UR rarity you will be able to receive some skins of the same category, which boosts the unit. Also, considering that in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, there are several characters that are repeated in different attributes and they can be exchanged elements, then it becomes a mandatory task to improve all of them.

For example, if you find yourself upgrading and leveling up your PS Attribute Escanor, you will not only get it directly but also indirectly. By this, we mean that if you also have the Escanor unit with Strength attribute and you evolve it to UR rarity, you will unlock its skin and weapon from this category, which you can equip to the green Escanor, in this case.

Buy directly from the skin shop

Obviously, the fastest and easiest way to get some skins is through the Sacred Treasures interface available in the in-game Store. At this point, we can differentiate between two types of elements and ways to acquire them.

First of all, we need to mention the outfits and weapons available for diamonds. This catalog usually includes all the skins that have been in the game for some time and that can be around 30 diamonds per piece. This means that the complete set of accessories for the arms, head, and body would cost 90 diamonds.

Fortunately, diamonds are a farmable item in the game. But then we have the other type of skins and weapons that can be bought exclusively with real money. These are usually the newest and most recently added options next to the event character.

So if you want to have this set and its bonuses now, you will have to pay with money. But if you're not in a hurry, you can wait until it's introduced again in the future for diamonds.

Event Rewards

Finally, we have that one of the ways to get some skins and weapons is through the events that are included in the game, specifically as rewards for these.

For example, when we face the enemy in the Belenus Temple Battle mode and we farm a lot of points, among the rewards of the special store we can claim the skin and UR weapon that the Boss has, but to equip it to our character. We have seen this with bosses like Escanor, Demon Meliodas, and Elizabeth, among others.

It should be noted that this is not always a possibility, but from time to time events are added that allow us to get some outfits and weapons of a higher rarity for our heroes.

How do you upgrade Outfits in Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross?

We mentioned earlier that outfits are available in various rarities and have a cap on the stats they offer characters. However, a few months ago, the outfit upgrade system was introduced to the game that allows us to compensate for these limitations.

Basically, it is a function where, by using certain special materials, we can level up the costumes that are in UR rarity, which means that the bonuses they offer to the characters are also increased. But that's not all, since if the set we want to improve is in the SSR category, we can also evolve it to UR, again paying with the materials it requests. And when it has been evolved, we will have to repeat the process of raising it to the maximum.

It's a really cool system and a great way to get even more bonuses to your characters' stats. However, we anticipate that it takes time since the necessary materials are not easy to obtain, in addition to the fact that the function itself demands a large quantity of these.

To fully upgrade a UR outfit, you need a quantity of 30 of a specific material, while to evolve an SSR to UR, you need 60 and then the 30 we mentioned. It is important to note that there are three types of resources that are used in this function and that they correspond to a specific piece of the outfit.

What are they and how to get the materials to improve Outfits and weapons in SDSGC?

The materials that are needed to improve the outfits are the Intoxicating Perfume, which is obtained only and exclusively in the Hell of the Red Demon difficulty, in addition to being used to improve the hair or accessories of the characters heads.

We also have the Magnificent Cloth, which is used to improve clothing on the chest area of ​​heroes and can only be obtained as a reward in the Gray Demon Inferno difficulty. And finally, the Shiny Component, which is used to improve the weapons of the characters, can only be farmed in the Howlex Demon Inferno difficulty.

It is important to note that not all accessories should be upgraded, as they are an unnecessary waste of resources. To know this, the role that the character fulfills must be considered. For example, if it is a tank unit, whose main characteristic is to have a lot of health to withstand damage, there is no point in upgrading its weapons, since this gives it a wasted attack.

Currently, the ways to get these materials are through Death Matches against Demons in Hell difficulty, some are also obtained as rewards from certain daily tasks and in special events such as World Bosses, where we can farm points to buy various resources in a shop.

Obviously, the best way to farm these materials is with Demon confrontations, but the Drop rate or reward rate is quite low. However, some additional ones can be secured by running a hero that has a special outfit with this passive ability. At the moment, the only units with this chance are Guardian Elaine [Sweet Temptation], which drops some additional weapon materials.

We also have Druid Jenna [Sweet Temptation], whose full outfit set allows us to get some extra Perfumes, and finally, Druid Zaneri [Sweet Temptation], with whom we can get some extra Cloths from the Gray Demon.