Nightingale: How to Perform Heart Shots

Nightingale Heart Shots

In Nightingale, hunting is important for getting food, clothes, and other things you need. Some animals are tough, so aim for their hearts for a quicker kill. In this Nightingale Guide, we will show you just how you can land perfect Heart Shots to ensure you always get the kill.

Heart Shots Weak Point

Each animal, whether it’s hunted or does the hunting, has two spots that are vulnerable: one on their head and the other in their chest where the heart is. The heart’s weak spot is in a small area that’s hard to hit. Your best chance is to target the shoulder blade near their front legs. Depending on the animal, this spot might be easier to spot or tougher to spot so you will need to look at the animal and determine the location of its heart.

How To Make Heart Shots in Nightingale

Heart shots are different from headshots. You can only get a heart shot using a weapon from far away, like a gun. But when you hit a heart shot, it hurts a lot more. If you want to make sure you deal the most damage with a heart shot, use a weapon that can do extra damage when it gets a critical hit like a Chassepot Rifle with the Forge Card turned on.

If you want to improve your chances of hitting an enemy’s weak spot in a game, try using the Assassin’s Sight Enchantment on your weapon. It makes weak points glow and boosts the damage you do when you hit them. You can buy the recipe for the Assassin’s Sight enchantment from the Desert Hunt Essence Trader. You cannot apply enchantments to ranged weapons therefore, you have to apply it to a melee weapon so keep this in mind.

That is all for this guide. If you need more help, we have additional guides linked below for you:

This concludes our Nightingale Guide on landing heart shots. If you have some tips and tricks for us on landing heart shots, feel free to shoot them in the comments section below.

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About the Author: Michelle Siddiq

Guides Editor at GamesHedge, Michelle enjoys playing RPGS like Witcher titles and SoulsBorne among many others like retro games and indie titles. Currently replaying Alan Wake Remastered because why not!

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