How to double jump in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
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How to double jump in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

A basic but important mechanic in Wo Long

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty features a wide variety of mechanics that players will need to learn and master if they want any chance of surviving their journey in the Three Kingdoms of China. From the basic deflect and counterattack to the stealth power move that can instantly kill enemies, players will spend hours perfecting their craft. However, sometimes the simplest mechanics are the most overlooked, and the same can be said for the double jump in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty.

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While the double jump mechanic is lightly mentioned in the game’s opening tutorial section, it’s extremely easy to miss and gloss over. Unfortunately for players who missed this specific tutorial, double jumping is required to access certain areas all throughout Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty’s various levels. If you want to learn how to double jump like a true Chinese warrior in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, keep reading the guide below.

Double jump in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

This mechanic is perhaps the easiest to pull off in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty. All you need to do is double-tap the jump button on your controller or keyboard. By default, the jump button for controller players will be X (PlayStation 4 and 5) and A (Xbox). If you have decided to play the game using a mouse and keyboard, then the default jump keybind will be Spacebar.

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The character in the middle of a double jump. | Provided by Koei Tecmo

In any case, all you need to do to perform a double jump is quickly tap the jump button twice in a row. This will cause your character to jump once and then jump higher in the air after the second press of the button. Your character will also do a flip on the second jump.

The double jump in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is extremely useful for mantling objects, such as rocks and roofs, but you can also use it to cross a large gap. There’s not much use for the double jump in combat aside from getting on top of objects and or dodging an oncoming enemy.

For more help with Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, check out our other guides on the game’s difficulty level and how to deflect attacks.

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