How to get more accessory slots in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion

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Now featuring multiple loadouts and presets, knowing how to get more equipment slots in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion can make the whole game a lot easier. You start with two, and you can make it through the whole game with just that. But it's easy to imagine how double the equipment slots can help, right?

Unless you're going for a challenge mode run with a handicap, unlocking extra equipment slots is a must. It's also something that you can easily miss if you're running through the game at top speed. So whether you're curious, scared of missing it, or actually need more slots to win a fight, read on.

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How to get more equipment slots in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion

Unlocking additional equipment slots means making the most of the Mission system. Accessible via any save point in the game, you're free to ignore almost any of them - but plenty of the Crisis Core missions hide some incredibly helpful rewards.

But if you'd rather not breeze through the 100+ missions looking for the equipment slot increases, here are the two you'll want to seek out:

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  • M7-2-2: Search and Destroy II
  • M7-2-5: Operation Mako Reactor III

Completing Mission 7-2-2: Search and Destroy II rewards the Keychain, allowing you to equip another accessory for a total of three.

Completing Mission 7-2-5: Operation Mako Reactor III unlocks the Backpack, increasing your accessory slots to four.

The final accessory slot mission in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion.
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How to unlock the accessory slot missions in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion

To unlock each of these missions, you just need to complete the one before it. The first of these missions unlocks during Chapter 4. Once you're at that point, you can push through them in order to max out your accessory slots.

Just be warned that they get harder and harder, capping out at five-star rank for the Backpack mission. You may have to come back further into the game to successfully beat it.

For more on the game, check out the Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion SOLDIER outfit location if you're stuck. And at that point, you'll want to know the Shinra Mansion safe code, too. It's your last chance to open it.

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