Unlock Wallrun in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart

The wallrun ability in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart is a key platforming mechanic that you’ll have to unlock and master during the game. It is the only way to do certain things, such as cross the bridge near the market on Corson V. Fortunately, this ability is unmissable; you just have to play the main story until you get it. For those of you that are too impatient, we’ll show you how to unlock wallrun in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart in this guide, as well as how to actually wallrun.

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Unlock Wallrun in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart

How to Wallrun in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart

To wallrun in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart, you first have to unlock the ability. This is fairly easy to do; you just need to follow the main story on Corson V. Your first order of business in the main quest is to go to Club Nefarious, which is simple; just follow the marker on the map, and you’ll be fine. Walk around the club until you run into the Phantom, after which a cutscene will play. After that, you’ll have to follow the Phantom across the city (again, follow the marker) and save them from a whole bunch of enemies. After you do, they’ll give you a special glove that lets you wallrun. All you need to do is jump towards the wall pads, and your character will automatically grab on and run. By the way, the glove also unlocks the Phantom Dash, which allows you to go through the red X force field doors.

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How to Cross the Bridge near the Market on Corson V

To cross the bridge near the market on Corson V, which leads to the Nefarious Statue, you first need to unlock the wallrun in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart. Just follow the steps we’ve laid out above. Play the game, follow the main story, and you can’t miss this ability. Then, return to the bridge and use your newfound skill to get to the other side. Once more for the cheap seats in the back: to wallrun, just jump towards the pads with the arrows. Ratchet or Rivet will grab on and start running in the direction of the arrows automatically. And yes, you can jump off of them whenever you need to.

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