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How to Turn On Auto Battle in Reverse: 1999? – Answered

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Reverse: 1999, for all its unique concepts, is an RPG game at its core with all the facets and gimmicks that you are familiar with. To obtain leveling material and currency, the employment of the Auto Battle is invaluable to a player’s time and stamina for the game.

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Whether you want to use the Story battles or go to the Resource battles, to initiate the Auto Battle or Replay Function is easy in Reverse: 1999. Select the Stage you would like to challenge and refer to the small button that is just beside the Start Button. This is the Replay Function, by selecting it, the Start Button will change into the Replay Button and the two icons beside it. They will now indicate whether you’d like to go back to the Start Button will only challenge the Stage once and the other button is how many times you’d like to challenge that Stage. You can select either x1, x2, x3, or x4 and while you may only actually see the replay of your initial victory once, you will gain the rewards for whichever multiplier you choose.

When choosing the multiplier, do be aware that while you may only see the battle play out once, the Replay Function will consume the necessary Stamina that requires the Stage to be completed Four Times. That way, you are successfully using your Stamina for Daily and Weekly Tasks and ensuring your Stamina does not go to waste once it is full. 

What is the Auto Battle Function in Reverse: 1999?

The auto-battle function in Reverse: 1999 works as a replay of the initial victory of that battle. It will repeat the steps that you took in battle and no matter the multiplier, work once before granting the rewards set by the multiplier. This means if you select the option to challenge the battle four times, then you will replay the battle once but get the rewards as if you had completed it four times.

The Auto Battle or Replay function can work on battles that exist in the Story Line, both in the Regular path and the Hard path. Challenging these battles once again will grant a small amount of Dust, Sharpodonty, and a variety of Insight materials. Insight materials are items that can help you evolve characters once they reach a maximum level and cannot be raised any further than that cap.

The Auto Battle or Replay Function can also be used in the Resource Stages whether players want to aim for more Dust materials or Sharpodonty as currency will always be needed whether you want to level characters, evolve them, or level up their skills.

Auto Battle Functions help to save players time from the unnecessary grind of materials and are always an important fact of your standard RPG mobile games. In order to get even more rewards and materials, be sure to keep up to date with all of Reverse: 1999’s Codes. You can redeem these for a multitude of materials, currency, and gacha pulls necessary to pull rare characters from the banners! For even more news and guides about Reverse: 1999, don’t hesitate to check out the game tag just below this article.

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