Pocket Titans Cheats and Tips
It'll never be confused with bigger budget role-playing games, but Pocket Titans is nevertheless a very user-friendly introduction to the genre, one which utilizes an easy-to-learn gameplay system where your chosen warriors do battle via sliding moves and attacks.
The game has plenty to offer, especially when it comes to unlockable weapons and other goodies that will give your characters the cutting edge. Here are some quick tips to help get you started with the game.
How does the coin system work in Pocket Titans?
You earn coins in battle, mainly by beating certain enemies such as the larger boss creatures. You only get a few at a time, but it's a sustainable amount that's enough to allow you to purchase new items if you wish. You'll also loot additional items after combat, so it's not all about the money.
If you don't have enough coins to purchase particular items, you can use real money to add currency to your virtual game account. There's really no need to do this though, as you can unlock most items just by playing for a while.
Which are the best characters to use in Pocket Titans?
You'll have access to several different character types in Pocket Titans, including the Mage, Warrior, Healer, Ranger, Hunter, Warlock, Rogue and Paladin. You can mix and match these roles in your party however you wish. We recommend using a warrior for up-close strikes, along with a good long-range shooter for a secondary assault.
Which characters should I use for ranged attacks in Pocket Titans?
The Warlock, Paladin and Ranger are great for making attacks at a distance - fireballs, arrows and the like - and they can also do decent damage when they're right next to the enemy. It's best to position them far away though, and within a decent targeting range to the foe at hand.
Which characters should I use for melee attacks in Pocket Titans?
When it comes to your up-close attacking characters, we like the Rogue and Warrior - try to get them as close as you can to as many enemies as possible. They can strike more than one enemy at a time at close range, and if they have decent weapons they'll easily finish off weaker enemies in one go.
How does the multiplayer work in Pocket Titans?
Generally speaking, the multiplayer combat works the same way as it does in single-player, using turn-based battles. It's not quite as exciting as a real-time competitive multiplayer match, but it works quite well and you can check on your progress through the scoreboards. It may take a little while to get connected to your party at first, but it's definitely worth trying out.
Do I need to worry about leveling up or picking the best weapons in Pocket Titans?
Nope. Since this is a very simple role-playing game, most of that is handled automatically for you, although you can still choose your battle parties and tactics on the battlefield. Whenever a new weapon is available, your character will automatically equip it, and they'll level up on their own as well.
Though this may take away any choices you make in terms of their stat progression, the system does provide the best battle experience overall, so you shouldn't worry about it. The only downside is that you can't change to another weapon, and you have to stick with the most powerful one you've been assigned.
What do I do if I run out of energy in Pocket Titans?
Unless your skills are really bad, you shouldn't have to worry about dying in the game. The battles work in your favor most of the time, and even if you lose a precious chunk of energy, so-called Heal-Zones open up, allowing you to shift your character into them to regain any strength they might have lost.
When should I use a healer in Pocket Titans?
If you feel a mission isn't going your way the first time you try it, you can add a Healer to the group. This handy character keeps everyone powered up and in the fight, while delivering a decent chunk of damage on her own.
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