AUT: New Reverse Technique Guide (RCT)

Everything about the Reversed Cursed Technique.

Roblox A Universal Time players have been enjoying the new additions that came with Update 3.0. In a game where players can explore, fight, and progress in an open-world universe. There’s no shortage of new features added with every major patch update! This article focuses on the New Reverse Technique in the game, and everything you’ll need to know about it.

New Reverse Technique Guide

This trait is RCT, or the Reverse Cursed Technique, from the hit manga Jujutsu Kaisen. 

RCT grants the following:

  • 20% health pool
  • Gain passive % healing scaled on meter
  • Meter constantly drains
    • No meter is gained when damaged 
  • Bonus Stats
    • 4 Attack
    • 27 Special

Many players dub this technique the mythic version of Vampiric, which on its own is a great PVE technique. 

With the Reverse Cursed Technique, however, you can now heal as long as you have meter – the downside is you can’t gain meter when you get damaged in battle

On the other hand, as far as hex variants go, this may be one of the worst. 

In battle, the RCT works best when you have a high meter. This results in regaining a lot of health in return (this is because healing will scale based on your meter). Players will find the most use for this technique in PVE or PVP. 

Want to know where RCT falls among the other abilities in AUT? You can check this tier list on the best abilities and see how it fares in the game.

And that’s everything for this New Reverse Technique Guide in AUT. There are a ton of updates that came with Update 3.0, so make the most out of all the new features in the game. 

We hope this guide helps you with the RCT ability, and feel free to drop a comment if you have any questions!

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