Team-Up Play Strategy and Guideline
With the Team-Up multiplayer game play mode currently in Beta Testing. In this complete team-up multiplay guide, we will go over everything you need to know including strategies and tips to help you do better in Team-Up game play strategy. Rewards and some thoughts on the how to buy your VIP levels. And finally some specific and practical guidelines to help you.
You access the team-up game play function via Arena tab. The Team-up play requires 3 active players to play. Each player must not pick the same hero on the team. The heroes must be level 40 or higher.
Team bonus are not active so you do not have to worry about picking the “right combination of heroes”.
The bosses require an average of 4 stars with full mastery to complete for the majority of the heroes. Your team will most likely fail without a decent team. You can consider going with less mastery for heroes with great DPS output. You should generally leave the room when players come in with non mastered 1~2 stars. For players that joining with 3 stars, check their heroes to see if they have decent damage. For example, Groot at 3 stars is probably too weak at dealing decent damage.
This means that you should not even attempt to do Team-Up play unless you plan on another advanced player to carry out. Leave your 1~3 star heroes at home in queue until you upgrade them higher.
How to get better matching
First of all, you should turn on location access for Future Fight as it can generally improve the game’s ability to match with other players.
If you are able to start as a leader in the team-up, congratulations you will have more say on who can join your party. Kick any players who come in with 1~2 stars, or non mastered 3 stars. To kick a player from Team-Up match, tap on their character and select “kick”.
Leader Time-Out Note: When two players are “ready” and leader cannot seem to start, it means that the room is bugged. Since the game automatically kicks the nonactive leader after a few seconds. In that case, exit the room and start another match.
Minimum Team requirement:
Below is some guidelines for your team and mastery composition. This guideline assumes that your heroes should have at least +10 for the gears. Higher level and mastery players will often have to “carry” the lower level players. Again, you generally need an average of 4 star mastered team to have a shot at killing bosses in time.
1. 4 Star fully mastered.
2. 3 Star fully master plus 4 star plus 1 single 5 star fully mastered player.
3. Double 3 star plus 1 fully geared 6 star player.
General Team-Up Play Tips
1. The bosses are copies of the Villain Siege bosses with much higher HP pool at 800k a pop, so most of the basic strategies from Villain Bosses .
2. The best heroes to use are the ones with good default DPS. For example Yellow Jacket and War Machine are great heroes to consider using in Team-Up Play.
3. When you die, the time to respawn increases with each death. Thus it is important to try not die during battle.
Team-Up Multiplayer Rewards
Rewards are awarded based on your VIP level in the game. Higher level VIP’s get more reward slots unlocked. It should be noted that faster clear time does not warrant better rewards.
You can get some ideas on how much money that you spend for each Marvel Future Fight VIP tiers.
Base: EXP Chip
VIP 1: Gold – 15k~17k
VIP 3: Dimension Debris
VIP 5: ISO-8 for Upgrade
VIP 7: Custom Gear
VIP 9: Norn Stone
VIP 12: ISO-8
VIP 15: Biometric
Our recommendation is that if you have money to spend, you should get least get VIP 1 for the extra Gold. Or even VIP 3 to unlock dimension debris. Anything beyond those beginning 3 slots can be quite costly to obtain. The next useful upgrade is the Norn stone at VIP 9.
Specific Team-Up Boss Strategies
1. Doctor Octopus
The laser is just as deadly as in Villain Siege. However, the damage dealt is less ridiculous compared to a high level Villain siege boss. But since the lasers can aim other team members, they are less manageable in some cases.
Always time your skills when the laser is present. Know how your heroes moves when casting skills to avoid the lasers. The reason is that you do not want to get caught during the “skill freezes” and die by the laser.
The weakest damage output member should automatically get the job of running around to detonate the robot spiders. In Bullseye team-up play, the hardest part is that the spiders will get target instead of the boss. When this happens often enough, you will end up not able to kill the boss even if your team is strong enough.
The best bet is to corner Bullseye in one corner by two of the players, and another player to fend off the spiders. This way you ensure enough of the skill attacks land on the boss.
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