Hero Hunters Guide – Best Team & Tier List
The city is in ruins. Anarchy has broken out, and people are scrambling for safety. Enemies are pouring from every single tunnel and avenue available, looking to collect some resources to use on the war against authorities. With so little just remaining, a small plucky band of survivors and soldiers band together to fight against them. Using their unique training and skills, they must learn to work in a cohesive unit to disassemble the enemies and reclaim the city. Welcome to Hero Hunters, where shooting is second nature.
Hero Hunters is your average shooter game sprinkled in with some RPG elements. You command a team of rag-tag soldiers made up of old friends and uncommon allies, and must battle against the evildoers that plan to overrun the world with evil. Using tactics, power, and damage from skills, you must create the ultimate team. Different team members synergize differently, meaning combinations create different perks that can be used. But, let’s go over some of the tips and tricks, and then work on what characters you should keep and use when going to war.
In game action
The first thing we will cover are the in game controls. If you plan to fight, you have to learn to shoot. Different characters have different weapons, so aiming them can be tricky. But, all of the controls are equal.
To move your camera, just drag anywhere on the screen into a given direction. Place your reticule on the enemy as you move it around. You will have a few buttons on the right-hand side of your screen that control the output of your attacks, as well as activate the special skills. Combining different skills is very important when it comes to building a balanced team.
The first tip for in-game play is to always focus on the weakest target. Generally, it should go: Healer, DPS, and then Tank, in terms of who is being attacked and who should be defeated first. This is due to healers being able to keep the dps and tank healthy if it comes to that. Therefore, make sure to defeat the healer first, and then the rest.
Headshots will always be more effective when in combat. When hitting a headshot, you can generally get an extra 1.5 damage down on an opponent. In high stress situations, this can be the difference between breaking open the front line, or having your ranks broken from within.
Lastly, always keep track of what is going on around you. As you move from place to place, your cover can get blown apart, and you can get attacked by lobbed bombs and grenades. Keeping track of what is going on and making sure that there are no random bombs headed your way as you move from cover negates a lot of damage that is sent your way. It also means you won’t get caught out at random times by a stray attack, and get staggered for an open shot.
Out of Game Components and Tips
Outside of combat, there are essential things that must be done in order to completely power up and win against your opponents. Each character that you collect is able to be upgraded to a certain extent. As you upgrade through the ranks, the characters abilities are upgraded. At the same time, new skills and techniques are unlocked. For instance, for your tank, you will generally have an aggro skill that you can pick up that lets you pull the attention of all the enemies. But, you can also gain extra powers for those things. For instance, as you level up your tank, it may gain the ability to pull aggro for a much longer period, or that the tank can gain an extra damage buff to help protect itself from damage. As such, it is important to constantly upgrade and train your heroes.
In terms of upgrading different components, it is best to focus on the dps first, then the healer, and then the tank. The reason for this is because this is still a shooter, and not a complete fighter game. As such, a tank isn’t completely necessary, as long as you are able to out-dps the opponent.
The best way to do this is to constantly grind out the lower levels of zones. Each zone gives you different items to put into your characters. As such, constantly redoing them allows you to store up the necessary items to upgrade at a fast pace. You can also do an auto-pathing through the zones, which will help you to complete them all without having to lift a finger.
The best option for all of this is to always upgrade to the fullest extent of what the level can allow. There is a ceiling for how much you can upgrade a character during the early stages. As such, always try to max them out as best as possible, so that you will always be at the peak condition for a fight. This is especially true against online opponents that are also being controlled by another opponent. Even if you constantly land the same shots as your opponent, it won’t mean much if your damage is lower. So, make sure to always upgrade to the furthest extent.
Make sure to always look for a good combination of warriors and fighters. The best is to always have 1 tank, 2 straight dps, and then one long-range sniper/healer. This way, it is always a well-rounded composition.
Combining it all
Remember, these are just a few rules and tips that can help you throughout the entirety of your war against the enemies. Rally enemies to your side, and upgrade them as you go. Ensuring that you constantly upgrade and power up your team will mean that you never run into trouble, no matter the opponent. Always be ready to steady your aim, and use the different skills and utility to combine to be a large powerhouse. Always try out new things, but find the best fit for the wars. Lastly, aim for the head, and never shoot below the waist. Good luck, and happy aiming!