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Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth – How to Beat Wong Tou Boss Battle

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth - How to Beat Wong Tou

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth’s beginning chapters start off as a significantly easier game than 2019’s Like a Dragon 7. However, as the game progresses the difficulty does begin to rise back to an expected level. The first boss in the game to give players trouble will likely be the Ganzhe commander Wong Tou, the boss battle for the game’s sixth chapter. Because Infinite Wealth offers players near-infinite ways of customizing their parties and strategies, choosing a party layout and boss strategy can be overwhelming. If you need some help with that, here is a guide on how to beat Wong Tou in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.

Preparing for the Wong Tou Boss Battle

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth - How to Beat Wong Tou
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While the game recommends starting the boss battle at Lvl 24, we were only Lvl 22 even after doing a majority of the currently available side content. Thankfully lacking only 2 Levels of EXP won’t make that much of a difference, so if you are underleveled like we were, this guide will still be viable.

Picking appropriate jobs for your team is crucial for this fight. Our recommended classes for everyone for the Wong Tou boss battle in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth would be: Action Star Ichiban, Tennis Ace Chitose, Pyrodancer Tomizawa, and Aquanaut Kiryu.

Now, the weapon workshop doesn’t allow you to craft anything for the Tennis Ace job, so if you want to have Chitose doing any major damage during this fight head on over to Phanthera Sports Kingdom and buy her a better weapon there.

If you’ve played your cards right and have a few levels on each of their jobs then you should be entering this boss fight with everyone except Chitose having an AoE healing spell and several elemental attack spells.

How to Beat Wong Tou in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth - How to Beat Wong Tou
Screenshot by Raider King

When the battle begins, Wong will have three goons at his side. Every time an enemy turn happens, you are going to be hit like a truck. Heal as often as you can, one bad mistake can send you into a loop of reviving fallen party members.

You’ll want to start by taking down Wong’s goons to give yourself some breathing room. The mooks are all weak to water-based spells, so focus on hitting them with attacks from Kiryu. Tomizawa’s scrub-down skill is also useful here if you’ve inherited it. 

Once the goons are taken care of, you can finally begin to focus on Wong. Even without the goons though, he is no pushover and you’re going to have a fight on your hands.

Wong is weak to ranged attacks and fire. Which is why we have brought Chitose as the Tennis Ace job. She’ll be your main attack unit during the fight while the other characters chip away at his health or use debuffs. 

Wong has a skill called “Effortless Elegance” to give himself high evasion, when he activates it don’t expect many of your attacks to hit for the next turn. Take those opportunities to inflict debuffs on him.

Once Wong reaches half health, a QTE sequence will begin. Succeeded in the QTE to make him lose some health, and prepare for the second phase of the fight.

Wong Tou Phase 2 Strategy 

After the QTE, Wong will activate a skill that allows him to regenerate 250 health every turn. While you can easily do more than 250 damage normally, expect turns where you are focusing on healing or ones where he evades to go poorly.

Wong will also begin to use AoE attacks that inflict paralyze on the whole party. These attacks are why we prioritized bringing Tomizawa with the Pyrodancer job. As this job has a skill to heal paralysis. In the worst-case scenario where nearly everyone is stunned, use it!

If you keep up this pattern of using Chitose to deal major damage, chip away at his health with Kiryu and Ichiban, and have Tomizawa on standby with heals, then you should be able to beat Wong. It will be a long fight, but you should be able to manage!

Once you’ve beaten Wong Tou, prepare for a long series of plot revelations and even more fights against goons as this is a rare case in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth where a dungeon sequence begins with the boss battle. 

And that’s all you need to know about how to beat Wong Tou in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth. Check out other interesting Like a Dragon Infinite Wealth guides and articles:

Based in Pennsylvania, USA, Skeith has been a gamer for over two decades now and has decided to take pen to paper about it. Capable of playing games at incredible speeds, you can rely on them to write about them in record time.
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