The hype for Star Wars: The Force Awakens keeps heating up, and top mobile game makers such as Electronic Arts, Kabam, and DeNa are coming up with more and more titles inspired by the iconic franchise. Disney has Star Wars: Commander (or Star Wars: Commander – Worlds in Conflict) for both major platforms, and has had this game out for a while, though we thought we’d like to talk about it a bit in the run-up to The Force Awakens. More importantly, we’d like to talk about it because of a recently rolled-out update.
To jog your memory about Star Wars: Commander – Worlds in Conflict, you have the option to side with the Rebellion or the Empire, as you build your base, recruit troops and train them, and plan your defense and offense alike to come up with a winning strategy. You can face off against or join Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, and other classic characters, and make use of (or destroy) Wookiee Warriors, Stormtroopers, and other units. So without further ado, our list of Star Wars: Commander tips, cheats and tricks could help you figure things out following the new update.
1. You Get Rewards For Not Logging In For Some Time
Though, it would be best if you play this game as often as possible, you will actually be rewarded with a welcome-back gift if you haven’t played in some time. This should be normal for anyone who remembered they still have the game because of Google Play or App Store notifications.
You get five free units each for two new types that have arrived via the game’s latest update. The first type is the Luggabeast Munitioneer, which is used together with other units to give them an offensive boost; it comes with a damage buff that improves the strength of your friendly unit. The second type is the Dowutin Hunter, which brings thermal detonators and a tweaked star fighter blaster cannon as their weapons.
2. Focus On Upgrading Your Headquarters
We would suggest that you upgrade your headquarters to Level 5 at the soonest possible time. This would allow you to explore the Galaxy further and make it to the newly-added planet Takodana. You’ll be up against some new challenges when you’re there, including different battles, and would also gain access to new content. That’s also where the two aforementioned units would be at their best, and where you can use them most frequently.
3. The Basics And Fundamentals Still Matter
The update also comes with some changes to basic game mechanics, so you wouldn’t want to overlook these things once you get the game patched and probably start playing a new game. If you’re representing the Empire, you would be able to send medical and repair payloads by means of a T-5 Deliverance Shuttle. Rebel Forces, on the other hand, can also send these payloads with the all-new E-50 Landseer. Both should make things easier for you in this seemingly basic aspect of the game.