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Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade is the extremely visually-impressive new rail shooter that was most recently used to show off the capabilities of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Your goal is to pilot your Freeblade through a post-apocalyptic batch of cities, crushing your attackers. blowing them away with your guns, and engaging in sword fights with the bigger ones. Read on for some tips and tricks for Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade!

This game gets extremely tough, very quickly, so the first thing to look for once things get hairy is the structural integrity of your Freeblade. Your structural integrity drops as you play more rounds, it drops your attack and defense, and it needs to be repaired in order to be in good shape again. The icon in the top left corner of the screen will go from green to yellow to orange to red as the structural integrity drops. Tap it and you can either spend gold, watch a video to repair it, or see how much time is left before it’s done.

These ad videos are also one of the many ways to earn free ore. Go to your loadout screen, then hit “forge” and then “upgrade” and you can use ore to power up your weapons and armor, both equipped and unequipped. You’ll have more power ups available depending on the rarity of the piece of equipment in question.

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You can also watch a free video to add boosts before a round begins. Normally you will not really have to do this, but when you come to an especially tough round, watch videos and see what you’ll end up with. Some of the boosts will increase your exp, while others will power up your knight throughout the entire battle.

Any time that you need more experience points, go to a stage that you have already beaten and grind for some experience and some ore. Gaining levels will unlock new goodies as well as boost your Freeblade’s stats. You’ll often find new weapons and armor too, which can be saved and used for specific loadouts.

It’s generally best to auto-equip your Freeblade with a loadout before the level begins. However, if you are having trouble with a level, switch one of your weapons (or even both of them) to weapons that the loadout generally doesn’t equip for you on its own. A change in weapons might just be the key sometimes.