The Marvel Strike Force definitely does not lack you in ways to put your favorite teams of heroes and villains against teams put together by other players. There is the very obvious Arena mode (and difficult, especially for beginners). But the Blitz mode also falls into this category, and is probably even more important overall.
In fact, Blitz is so important that you want to play every day if possible, and unlike the Arena, there are no hard limits on how many battles you play, even if there are some restrictions on your game that we will discuss soon. # 39; look at what is this mode and why do you want to play often in Marvel Strike Force if you’re not already.
What’s the Blitz mode?
Blitz mode lets you bring a team of five characters into battle against a selection of teams created by other players but controlled by artificial intelligence. Let’s say the selection because before each battle on the Blitz, you are able to choose one of three possible opponents: simply tap the “New opponent” button in the lower right corner to move from one to the other.
You will notice that your choices for an opponent are not so different in overall power. This is because the enemies you deal with in Blitz are resized so that they become progressively more difficult. They are also resized based on the power of the team you choose, so you will start to deploy much weaker teams than yours, and as you win battles, you will eventually battle more and more difficult teams, including some much more powerful ones that will be real challenges.
To reward and reward you to keep pushing forward, each win in Blitz increases the multiplier for the score you receive to win the next battle. This score is important here, because you will get rewards based on the milestones of the score you hit during the period of several days when each Blitz “season” is active.
What rewards can you get from Blitz?
Fundamental rewards in Blitz often contain Blitz Orb Fragments, Blitz Credits, Gold and Raid Health Packs. They’re also themed for a particular hero, allowing you to collect fragments of that hero every few important levels. When the Blitz season ends, you’ll also get additional rewards based on where you end up in relation to all the other players in terms of rankings.
As for those Blitz Orb Fragments and Blitz Credits, you probably guessed that they can be spent in a Blitz Store because every mode in this game seems to have its own store and currencies , and you’d be right. Orbs contain a random and rotating selection of character fragments, while Credits can be spent on fragments of characters such as Spider-Man, Gamora and Luke Cage. It is possible that these may change at some point, but they have been quite constant since the launch.
How many times can I play battles with Blitz?
This is perhaps the most integral question to answer. The Blitz does not consume energy, so in theory you can continue to play battles and grind in this mode. However, once you use the characters in Blitz, you must spend the Blitz Costs to use them again immediately, or wait until their timers run out.
For this reason, it is best to rotate through each character you own during the Blitz sessions. It’s a puzzle, but it’s vital to hit as many targets as possible (and developers have promised to make sure team selection saves and loads more easily in the future). Also, do not forget that the difficulty of the enemies that face the stairs for your team, so the only disadvantage you have for choosing weaker characters is that they may not have all their skills unlocked and certainly not classified. Also, you will not receive the highest score because the teams you defeat will be so weak, so keep that in mind.
Bonus Tip: You can use the & # 39; Auto & # 39; and the speed controls to enlarge the battles of the Blitz, you know you will win, so you will not waste time on them
This should cover all the basics of the Blitz mode in Marvel Strike Force. If you found this guide useful, check out our other Marvel Strike Force guides, including how to build the best teams and how to dominate the raids.