Code Vein How To Use Gifts Without Blood Codes & Ichor Guide

Code Vein

Code Vein is the latest action role-playing game developed by BANDAI NAMCO Studios. In this game, you will be playing as a revenant who has lost his blood code. Blood code is the special power that can be equipped by the revenant to change its class.

Gifts can be unlocked using Haze by resting near a mistle. Each blood code has its own gifts which you need to unlock by exploring different areas to collect Vestige Parts.

In this post of Code Vein, I will show you how to use your gifts without the blood code. You can use a gift of a fighter, even if you have equipped Assassin blood code.

Code Vein Inheriting Gifts

To use a gift without a blood code, first, you need to unlock both the blood code and its gift. After unlocking equip the gift and keep using it repeatedly during battle.

You need to max out the proficiency of that gift to use them with any blood code. To max out proficiency, you need Haze and “Awake” resources.

Using a gift repeatedly will root the power of the gift into your body and then you can use the gift without its blood code.

Click Here to check out All Blood Code List, Location, And How To Obtain Them

Code Vein How To Increase Ichor Capacity?

Ichor is used to activate the power of the gifts in battle. Each blood code has a certain amount of ichor capacity. To increase its capacity, you need to use your blood Veil to attack enemies. Hold “X” to charge up the blood veil and then release it to dash attack enemies.

Be careful while hitting a lost who has a shield, they won’t be staggered so easily. Upon a successful hit, you will gain +2 Ichor. You can also use Ichor concentrate to completely fill the capacity if you to replenish during battle else you can fill them up by resting in a mistle.

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