Wild Hearts Pile Driver | What Does It Do?

Needless to say, we would be nowhere in Wild Hearts Kemono hunting business without the help of our trusty Fusion Karakuri. These ingenious pieces of technology, meant for taking on the most daunting monsters, are our bread and butter when fighting Kemono 10 times our size. So, if you’re in need of a Fusion to help you land a barrage of lethal attacks on these beasts, look no further than the Pile Driver. On that note, read on to learn everything there is to know about the Pile Driver Fusion Karakuri in Wild Hearts.

What Does the Pile Driver Do in Wild Hearts?

What Does the Pile Driver Do in Wild Hearts

Essentially, all the Pile Driver does in Wild Hearts is increase the amount of damage you inflict on a Kemono. Although it may not be the flashiest Fusion, it is clutch when you need to dealer higher amounts of damage on chunkier monsters. You unlock this Fusion Karakuri during the Amaterasu fight. However, many players don’t know how to use it after unlocking it because it requires you to do most of the work for it.

To use the Pile Driver in Wilds Hearts, you need to actually climb onto the Kemono and stack two Stakes on the beast’s body to activate it. When you do, any attack you perform on the Kemono will deal an increased amount of damage. On the other hand, you could say the Pile Driver Fusion weakens the defense of the Kemono, which better explains the in-game description. Nonetheless, it functions all the same at the end of the day.

So if you’re fighting a Kemono that boasts a lot of health, it may be worthwhile to use Pile Driver so you can chunk down its health bar faster. Aside from that, it doesn’t have any other effects. So, while it may seem like an underwhelming Fusion Karakuri to some players, it’s actually extremely reliable when your base damage isn’t doing the trick.

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