This is it, the end of the game. I said in the last video that I would be using stasis to defeat the boss but it didn’t turn out that way. At first this boss seems to be a step ahead of you all the time, this was mainly because I couldn’t always see where it was. I was having a problem rolling because the roll function was bound to my shift key so to fix this I changed it to the space bar which was a lot better, you still have the tactical pause on the tab key. I also found that if you roll either to your left or right it keeps the boss in view. These 2 changes made all the difference and I was able to defeat it.
The strategy I used was my 4 barrelled pistol, which had a 10% fury generation, and my bomb skill. Neither one of these did huge damage, the highest damage was the one fury strike I did with my mace which was about twice as much . As long as you can see where it is and what it’s about to do you should be able to dodge and roll out of the way. I was most comfortable moving to my left . Take your time and don’t get too greedy or you’ll get caught like I did a couple of times and nearly died. During the time when the boss isn’t attacking take a health or magic healing from time to time to keep your health topped up.
I beat it with an accuracy 1 pistol and bomb skill, so it’s not as difficult as it first seems.
After the battle Constantin will ask you to join him and hands you a dagger. I chose to stop him so this is the good ending with Dunncas as high king.
Thanks for watching and happy gaming