Shadowgun Legends is a new game by Madfinger that’s set in a world where mercenaries are superstars and you’re fighting to become one of them. You can play in single-player or multiplayer modes, compete for fame and experience, earn sponsorships, and compete for the best load out possible. Read on for some tips and tricks for Shadowgun Legends for the iOS and Android!
Content in the game will begin to unlock as you get more and more done, so to unlock everything as quickly as possible, start on the campaign missions. These are the easiest missions to complete, much easier than going PvP until you get more experience and gain more levels. You’ll unlock more skills, you will earn a bunch of rewards, and you will gradually end up more and more ready to succeed against other players.
You can equip up to three weapons at a time in your loadout, and what three you choose should depend on what mission you are playing. For PvP, your secondary weapon should be a sniper rifle. For levels with a ton of rivals or with a tough boss, splash weapons such as a rocket launcher will serve you well. For your third weapon, grenades and other mass-kill weapons will always serve you well because they will give a different look than the other two will.
Work on increasing your fame, and as you increase your fame, keep checking back with Hakim to see what sponsorship contracts you get offered. Wait for awhile before you accept one, but don’t accept one too late, or they will cease to be worth the effort you put in, so take the earliest-yet-most-lucrative one that you can get offered. Wait too long and you lose rewards. Don’t wait long enough, and you will get smaller rewards than you might deserve.
Whether you are in campaign mode or PvP mode, focus on getting headshots against your opponents. For one thing, headshots will do more damage more quickly than body shots will. Also, you will get more ranking points for headshots compared to other types of shots, and it’s fairly easy to aim for headshots, so go for those as often as possible.
Always be selling your unwanted gear. If you want to get the most for your gear, then upgrade the right passive skills. Specifically, the master salesman skill will allow you to get as much as possible in exchange for your unwanted gear. If you have an upgrade coming up soon, save as much gear as you can until you can afford that upgrade.