Heroes War Cheats And Tips
Com2uS' Heroes War has good turn-based gameplay, but its presentation and lack of character depth leave much to be desired, as you can see from our review. However, it's still worth checking out, especially since it's free-to-play.
On that note, here are some tips to help get you started.
-When it comes to mission selection, you have main missions, quests and dungeons. Try and save the toughest dungeons for last - we're talking 1 vs. 2 situations where your character can be wiped out in a hurry if you aren't careful. Level up your character and open a couple of skills beforehand.
-Choosing the right characters for battle is important. The Amazon is good with her arrows, but is also more vulnerable when it comes to melee attacks. The Vampire isn't bad either, but doesn't strike nearly as hard as the other characters. When it comes to tougher opponents, stick with Trevor and Werewolf, as they can do a lot of damage.
-Save your stronger abilities for tougher enemies. You'll have your basic attacks for each character, then open up new ones as you unlock skills. However, you shouldn't waste them, as most of the time you can only use them so much in a match. Wipe out smaller targets first, then unleash better moves.
-Don't forget to try out new weapons. Over the course of your journey, you'll open up treasure chests, adding to your inventory. Some of these are better for specific characters, like Trevor and his knife. The more powerful the weapon, the more efficient it is in combat.
-When squaring off against friends in PvP, make sure you have a balanced team. Enlist a powerhouse, but also mix up your characters, such as the Martial Artist and Vampire. The goal is to understand what team works best for you, especially when it comes to revisiting tougher levels in the single-player game.
-Heroes War is a free-to-play game, meaning you might spend cash to get some of the premium items, such as the XP booster for five bucks or a large bag of gold for $10. However, a recent code from Com2uS will get you started on the right foot for free. Simply go under events, scroll down and enter the name Risquetal (or "risk it all"). You'll score 2,000 gold coins, which you can use to buy a starter package - for only a dollar - and other items. It's a great way to introduce yourself to the in-game purchase system.