Tips for Starting DC Worlds Collide


DC Worlds Collide is an exciting RPG set in the DC Universe. Players will be able to assemble a unique team of 5 heroes created by DC. There are many heroes in the game and each of them has unique abilities. By combining the abilities of the heroes, players must defeat all the villains, and in this guide, we will share some tips for beginners.

Tips for Beginners

Let’s start with the Public Security Plan. This is the buttle pass menu where players can see their weekly and daily missions. They must be completed to receive points that will increase your tier and receive various rewards.

As in any other RPG, players need to level up their heroes to advance in the game. However, this requires the following resources:

  • Coins
  • Experience
  • Titanium

We recommend always keeping the 5 main characters on the same level. This is because DC Worlds Collide has a special feature that allows you to level up new heroes for free. When you add a new hero to the team, their level will become the same as that of the weakest in the main team. 

RELATED: DC Worlds Collide Teams Tier List – Best Teams in The Game to Use

Also, try to experiment with different Heroes. If you do not like the hero, you can spend 5 diamonds to return all the resources spent on upgrading. But unfortunately, this cannot be done with equipment, so we recommend raising its level slowly.

And the last piece of advice is Shop. Shop assortment changes regularly, so if you need something, you will be able to buy it sooner or later. For example, you can purchase missing hero shards.

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