How to get started with Warcraft Arclight Rumble

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Warcraft Arclight Rumble is Blizzard’s latest mobile title and should not be confused with the next release of Diablo Immortal. We at Techvair have already experienced the beta version of Warcraft Arclight Rumble and have added a tower defense mechanism to reveal that it is very similar to the strategy game Clash Royale. Therefore, expect plenty of opportunities to sharpen your mind when collecting and upgrading Warcraft Minis. Therefore, we have prepared a convenient guide to ensure that everyone can get up.

Introduction: Game Mode and Main Purpose

The first tutorial-based stage can be used to teach how the game works. Learn how to place minis, mine gold, cast spells, the importance of using switch buttons, and where to get more units. You gain levels by defeating enemy leaders and lose when the tower’s health becomes zero. More features will be unlocked when you start collecting skulls earned by victory.



Clear the levels and defeat the bosses at the end of these levels to gain access to more of the map in the game. You can only challenge the level if you meet the skull requirements and you need to go straight through the game.

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Game mode and main purpose

The mini store (unlocked by default) is where you access your GRID and premium shops. GRID is a gacha system for acquiring additional troops (mini). As you buy more troops, the rotation of the shop will change and you will see a new mini to unlock. You can buy coins with real money at the premium shop.



The Army menu is where you can see the collected minis. Your army level (the average calculated between your army and the leader) is displayed in the upper left corner below your battle tag. Your army level serves as a reference point when compared to your army or other troops such as PvP. You can tap the information to see the skills and characteristics of your troops and leaders, or choose to swap units.

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The map of the game is where you complete levels and earn skulls. Once you reach the required skull level, you will have access to Quest (9 skulls) and PvP (12 skulls).

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The event is a section that offers dungeons (22 skulls) and raids (unknown). Dungeon (22 Skulls) is a 3-map gauntlet mode where you can earn Valor (upgradable to the army) after completing the dungeon.

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Finally, the guild (7 skulls) is the central hub for interacting with other players (chatting, adding friends). You can create your own guild or join the guild from the list.

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Tips and tricks

  • Gold management: Gold is required to add Warcraft Mini to the board. Carefully place the units and use mining units such as Kobolds to search for and collect gold as you play. War Gold-1 War Gold-2
  • Play the Rock-Paper-Scissors system: The more damage you do, the better. Flying beats are close, close beats are remote, and remote beats fly. This is a way to strategize the units you drop into the field.
  • Positioning problem: You need to control the lane. Otherwise you will be overwhelmed. Once you have control of the ballistic tower, the drop will be in the right position and the unit will be able to defeat the leader and gain map control. The front liner is tanky and you need to create an opportunity to place the long range unit behind. War Positioning-1 War Positioning-2
  • Work on your timing: Related to spell and range of effect (AoE) damage. Aim at the expected enemy position and plan to avoid delays in casting spell / AoE damage.
  • Read the leader / boss description: The first line of description provides tips on how to work with each boss / leader. Use the tips when deploying units. War Tips-1 War Tips-2
  • Pause the game (single player): If you feel overwhelmed, tap Pause during the level is fine. Once paused, you can tap Info on any unit and get tips on how to defeat enemy units.

Army construction and upgrades

All units are classified as army or leader. The army makes up most of the components of your army, but you can only choose one leader. All participating units will earn combat experience points after each match.

Unit selection

A healthy balance of unit types is needed to ensure victory. Tanks are essential to absorb damage and allow other units to safely move across the board. Spells are powerful against squads (unit groups), and your fast units are a valuable reinforcement for ongoing battles to steal map control.To find out about a unit, tap any unit and swipe right Characteristic When statistics..

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A leader is a special unit that provides the abilities of a leader. To get the most out of your abilities, you need to form an army around your leaders (and ultimately their abilities). For example, Jaina Proudmoore raises spells by 3 levels during play, so it’s not worth it if you don’t use spells. If she doesn’t use the Siege Damage unit in Sneed, she won’t be able to earn gold from his abilities. It’s best to think of the leader as the central archetype of the deck. Your army exists as a card to build around that archetype.



Level up the unit

Each unit gains combat experience when entering a level. You can repeat levels, perform daily quests, enter dungeons and level up your units. Obtaining Tomes and Gems from GRID can also be used to level up the unit. Leveling up a unit is important for increasing overall damage and health.

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Waiting for Warcraft Arclight Rumble

For free-to-play games, the PvE side of Warcraft Arclight Rumble is huge, busy for a long time, and at the same time has plenty of opportunities to scratch the itch of Clash Royale. If you are interested in playing at Warcraft Arclight Rumble launch, you can pre-register using the widgets below. While you’re waiting, check out the monthly summary of the best Android games in April 2022 for the latest notable releases of the platform.

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