Pixel Gun 3D: Battle Royale- Tips and Cheats: The Strategy Guide (UPDATED)

By | 20140427

Pixel Gun 3D: Battle Royale is an iOS and Android shooter that was initially released four years ago as simply Pixel Gun 3D, but has since been completely revamped into an entirely new game. Your goal in this is to compete in various multiplayer modes, such as the hugely popular Battle Royale mode along with Deathmatch, Team Fight, Co-Op Survival, Duel, Siege, and many more, essentially becoming the most loaded multiplayer shooter there is. You can earn experience, trophies, coins, and gems as you go, and build up your base for both style and benefits. Read on for some tips and tricks for the new and improved Pixel Gun 3D: Battle Royale!

If you’re an original player of the old game, the old survival mode is now under mini games as Arena mode, and is now unlocked when you hit level 3 (as is Co-op Survival, which is Arena mode with multiple players. It’s one of the best ways to earn more coins as you earn coins with each wave that you clear. Your goal here is to survive wave after wave of attacks, killing the enemies in the process. Strafe and aim, draw monsters toward you, and mow them down with fire.

Aim lower when you need to, so that you can easily transition from killing walking zombies to killing crawlers and slugs. Your shots will do the same amount of damage no matter where you hit the zombies, so you don’t have to worry about missing out on headshots. Just make sure to keep on moving so that you don’t get trapped by zombies. And in Co-op Survival, get the most kills – the most kills on a zombie wins.

The old level-based play is now under Campaign mode in mini games. You have three goals to complete on each stage in order to earn stars. Killing all of the monsters will earn you one star, and killing them quickly earns you the second star, while killing them without taking any damage (not counting armor will earn you the third star. The difficulty level does not affect the earned stars, so pick easy to earn the stars more quickly. Buying a shield before a round will make it easier to get a tough third star.

However, difficulty level DOES affect the amount of coins earned when you beat a level. Beat it on hard to earn 3 coins, which is the maximum amount. Normal earns you only two coins and easy earns you one coin. Try a level on hard first before you go to the easy and medium modes, because hard tends not to actually be super hard, except when you get to later points in the game.

In deathmatch mode, killing yourself will take away one of your kills. Try to find a good place to take cover before shooting one of your enemies, or evade them with speed, directional changes (strafe back and forth etc) and distance. In addition, not only is it important to keep moving here, but try to attack players who are distracted, perhaps by being in a gunfight with someone else. This is an easy kill because usually their health will be low anyways.

Gems are the premium currency of the game, while coins are the non-premium currency and are the more common one, although both of them can be purchased in the in-app purchase store. Tap on the Free Currency button in your base, though, and a video will play; when the video is done, you will be rewarded with either gold or gems. Additionally, head to the chest store and you will be able to watch ad videos in exchange for free royal chests.

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