Brawlhalla Gravity Canceled Damage

Brawlhalla Gravity Canceled Damage is one of the weekly challenges that you can complete. Trouble is, it requires you to be familiar with a mechanic that not everybody is necessarily super-familiar with. That’s why, in this guide, we’ll show you how to do gravity cancel in Brawlhalla, and how to follow it up with attacks.

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brawlhalla gravity canceled damage
Brawlhalla Gravity Canceled Damage

How to Do Gravity Cancel Damage in Brawlhalla

To do gravity canceled damage in Brawlhalla, you first need to know how to do the gravity cancel move. You perform that by first jumping up and then pressing the Dodge/Dash button, without any directional input. A small platform should appear under you if you pull it off correctly. From that point, you have about half a second to perform a grounded attack from, essentially, the air. You can do any grounded attack, you just need to enter the correct input. For example, if you want to do a downward light attack, when on the platform, press down + light attack. You get the idea. It will require some practice, however; you’ll have to experiment and see which character and weapon works the best for you.

And there you have it, that’s how you do gravity cancel in Brawlhalla, as well as gravity canceled damage. Just jump up and hit Dodge/Dash, but don’t press any directions. Then, use the half-second or so you have in the air to deal damage using what’s technically a grounded attack. Again, it’s going to take some practice, especially for those of you that haven’t used the mechanic before. Feel free to try out different characters and weapons. The weekly challenge does require you to do a total of 250 damage to complete it, which shouldn’t be too hard to do over the course of the week, especially once you find the combination of weapon and fighter that you’re comfortable with.

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