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I haven’t been playing this game for long (about 1.5 years) and only started playing it after watching the ads for this game. Now, I can say this is one of my most favorite games of all time. However, there are a few issues with this game that I would really like to be changed. The first is the upgrade process. Sure, I understand the time and price parts of upgrading, but can you implement a system where the higher your level the more upgrades that can be performed simultaneously? When upgrades take only a day it’s not so much of an issue, but as upgrades begin to take several days, it’s just boring waiting for the upgrade to finish so I can actually survive on the battlefield. Also what is extremely annoying is the cost of things. The game is so “pay to play” oriented that if you aren’t willing to shell out several hundred dollars you are not going to be able to do anything in this game unless you grind and get 100 gold every day, and even then it takes several months to get items few people can afford with their real money, and battles just become unenjoyable when you’re losing in a low tier game to a fully maxed out robot that would cost $100 to get--and that’s not considering the maxed out weapons it had or the upgrades needed to max out those weapons. However, even with these setbacks, this is an AWESOME game, and I hope you will do something to fix these issues and the the game even better.
I’ve been playing the game for a long time. I think I’ve been playing it since it practically came out. I love the game all around from the time it came out with the first couple bots until now with all the amazing graphics but since they came out with all the in app purchases the game has became a lot easier to win if you buy your way in. Here are three examples the first one is from last night I was in a battle my entire team including myself was demolished by one player not even 5 minutes into the game, The second one is from a week ago I was in a team death match game and my team was on top when a random player joins the other team and wipes my team out with one bot we where only able to take a third of his health bar down, the last example is from a month age I was in a free for all match and I was doing pretty good for having 8 deaths and one bit left I was coming around the corner and the guy one hits me from 500 meters away. The game would be better if all the players who bought there way to the higher ranks be put on their own server with people like them who have the room to buy there way into the ranks and put the people who don’t buy their whole hanger but buy some of it at least us people who actually grind out the hard work will have a fare chance unlike the players who can just tap tap tap done bought there way to a mk II bot and maxed lvl 12 weapons
I've played this game for a cumulative total of about two years, and I can say that I have been thoroughly impressed. There are a myriad of things that I could give about this game that would make it sound positive, albeit there being some issues and topics where I believe that the game could be improved and the user's time with the game could be better. While the game has tons of content and variety, letting you upgrade and choose your robot, weapons, modules, pilots, etc, majority of it is not available for truly free-to-play players. The early game is not bad, it is relatively balanced, with a few heavy spenders here and there, but as you get into the higher leagues and such, it becomes all the more evident that more often than not, people are spending hundreds upon hundreds, even thousands, of dollars to progress in the game, as it is not feasible to obtain the equipment and such without spending. This only applies to the later game, and once you have played for a while. I understand that certain game companies need to make money and bring in revenue somehow, but the amount that is needed is overly vehement and the development at the latter stages of the game is slow, if any. That being said, there is a lot of room for praise for War Robots, and if you do not mind spending a few bucks here and there, then this is definitely a game that can keep you entertained for hours upon hours of enjoyable gameplay.
This game is AMAZING not gonna lie. But even though I have a few problems, it’s still worth 4 stars. I love the converting process of components. It’s fair for better robots to get less components but it’s a little too much. A rayker gets about 800 components from a phantom with 1000 components but a Fenrir only gets 400. Yeah it’s cut in half but that’s too negotiated. Maybe like 25% less than 50. I also don’t like the fact that you can’t transform robot components to weapon components and the other way around. It would be nice if you could fix that. Since robot components cost more and are more valuable compared to a weapon, the weapon should get the same amount of components as you are transforming. Example:100 Fury components=100 halo components. Also, the components take too long to produce a whole thing. Although it’s cheap, it should give more. 80 components a day x6 is 480 components. That keeps going to 10,000. That will take too long. If you are trying to upgrade your workshop level, it takes painfully long to get level 25 I think it is. So speed up the workshop level process and the actual level process,too. About the creating process, maybe 100 each box that makes it out of the 6. And now the final problem. It’s annoying that you can only upgrade 1 thing at a hanger. It would be better if it was maybe 2 weapons and 2 robots per hanger. At least 2 weapons, though. That’s all
This game is easily one of the best games on the market, and makes it into my top 5 favorite mobile games of all time, but, there are certain things that need improvement. 1. Leveling up. I’ve been playing this game for around 2.5 years at this point, and I’m level 25. It takes forever to level up and leveling up is the only way to obtain more workshop spaces to produce more components for more weapons. That brings me to my next issue, the component system. It takes forever to make components in the workshop, and it is extremely expensive to produce components. For a casual player like me, this makes it feel like an eternity to get the one weapon you want while people who spend $100 on this game will have what you want in a second. The game feels very pay to win in most situations. I was going to buy fuijn with gold before the workshop update. When the workshop update came out, all that grinding for gold was useless because you then had to produce components to get the robot. 3. Skill based matchmaking would be extremely useful, especially when you get paired with people who have maxed out mkll robots that have maxed out weaponry. This game is amazing and has very good graphics, but it needs to be less pay to win and more so a casual game. I think that with these improvements, it could attract many players to the glorious warfare of this game.
Developed by the Pixonic Games LTD.
War Robots Multiplayer Battles has 309 732 user reviews.
War Robots Multiplayer Battles has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of War Robots Multiplayer Battles (5.6.1) was released on Dec 05, 2019.
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Great to see you, Commander!
War Robots is the biggest shooter game about giant robots that fits into your pocket. Join epic PvP battles against rivals from all over the world and show them who’s the smartest, fastest, toughest pilot around! Prepare
for surprise attacks, intricate tactical maneuvers and other tricks up enemies’ sleeves. Destroy! Capture! Upgrade! Become stronger — and prove yourself as the best mech commander in the War Robots online universe!
- Choose your fighter. Over 50 robots with unique designs and powers let you find a style to call your own.
- Play how you want. Want to crush and destroy? To save and protect? Or just annoy the hell out of your enemies? You can do it all with the massive selection of weapons, including ballistic missiles, plasma cannons, and giant shotguns!
- Customize. Each robot can be fitted with weapons and modules of your choice. Find your favorite combo and show everyone what you’ve got!
- Battle together in multiplayer. Team up with other people! Join a powerful clan to find trusty partners (and friends!), or even start your own!
- Battle on your own. Prefer playing solo? Lone wolves can express themselves in special modes like Arena or Free-for-All!
- Explore the lore. The War Robots world grows and expands with every update, and the ever-growing community is always ready to help you.
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