In the world of idle mobile games, players are used to getting various free resources after they log in, as the game continues in the background and your characters keep grinding. And that’s great—nobody says no to freebies. In most of them, you can claim your free resources as soon as you log back in, as quick collect options appear right away, but that’s not always the case.
Street Fighter: Duel is a mobile game that features gacha-based mechanics and turn-based combat, and these fan-favorite characters continue fighting bad guys and gathering in-game currency and items when you leave the app.
However, if you’re just starting with the game, you may be confused about where to find all that free stuff. For that reason, here is a detailed guide on how to use quick collect in Street Fighter: Duel.
How to use quick collect in Street Fighter: Duel
If you’re logging in for the first time in Street Fighter: Duel, you should know that you need to complete a brief tutorial to get acquainted with the numerous options the game provides. You won’t get full control of the user interface before you finish following all the steps of the tutorial.
After you become a frequent player and return to the game, you will get a notification informing that a lot of battle rewards await, taking you to the screen where you can claim them right away.
Still, if you don’t get a pop-up, you need to get to the freebies on your own. To use quick collect in Street Fighter: Duel, follow these instructions:
- Tap Challenge in the lower right corner of the Main Screen;
- Locate a chest with the resources in the lower central part of your screen in front of the fighters;
- Tap on the chest and claim rewards.
While this may sound simple enough, the issue is that the quick collect chest is not that well-placed. It is right on top of all the action where you see your fighters in combat with enemies, which is quite distracting. There are no signs or words that tell you it’s the quick collect chest, and it is rather easy to miss.
That UI issue might get fixed in the future, but either way, that was a detailed guide on how to collect your idle rewards. And if you’re in need of more free resources to draw more heroes and level them up, check out all the codes for Street Fighter: Duel.
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