We’ve been playing Titanfall Assault like crazy since it was released and we absolutely love the game! I personally like how the challenge levels have increased since its launch: now it’s a lot more difficult to win battles, so if you find yourself stuck, don’t hesitate to check out our tips and tricks for the game.

One thing is certain, though: you can’t be a great Titanfall: Assault player unless you have a great deck. And even though building that perfect deck requires time and dedication (or some real life money thrown at the game), there are also some basic rules that you can follow to get the most out of the cards you have.

In today’s article, we’re going to talk strategy and focus on how to build a perfect deck for Titanfall: Assault on mobile. These tips and tricks are always useful, so don’t hesitate to check them out!

Learn the card Classes and their Stats
We’ve already shared with you the details about all the cards in the game. The numbers are also available in the game, so make sure that you check them all out and remember the basic details.

Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of your cards is the first major step towards winning battles and especially to building that perfect deck in the game.

There are three classes: Pilot cards (they can capture Hardpoints and roam around the map freely), Titans (they are massive and usually expensive, dealing a ton of damage but unable to capture Hardpoints) and Burn Cards (the support-type card, offering backup fire or extra options in battle. Some of these cards can capture Hardpoints as well, but all can be considered static).

Have cards for each situation
Building a balanced, well thought deck is what you must focus on. Knowing the weaknesses and strengths of your cards, try to have an answer for any potential situation in the game: if the enemy floods the map with robotic units, make sure that you have cards strong against those. Same goes for the other way around.

Tip: Try to keep options for any situation with your burn cards and focus on a specific type of damage with your Pilots and Titans. This way, in most cases, you can really catch your opponent unprepared and gain the upper hand in battle.

Keep your card costs under control
Each card has a particular cost attached to be deployed. Finding the right balance here and keeping the costs under control is extremely important.

It’s true that cards that cost a lot are usually extremely good, but going to battle only with expensive cards is not a good idea because even those great cards can be easily destroyed by sheer numbers.

I recommend trying to keep the costs between 3 – 3.5 for your deck and only bring 1 or maximum 2 really high cost cards into your deck.

Only level up the cards you actively use
Upgrading cards is definitely what you must do in order to better your deck, but you won’t be able to upgrade all the cards in Titanfall: Assault, even if you meet the requirements at one point.

Check out all the stats of the card, weight in the Pros and Cons, test them out in Practice matches and only start investing in them when you are sure you are going to use that particular card. The upgrade costs become extremely expensive as you gain levels and you don’t want to have the cards for a new upgrade and not the money…

My favorite so far: low cost titans
Things might chance in the future when balance updates are released, but so far I am enjoying a great deal of success with low cost Titans. I have a deck where all the three Titans are low cost (2) and I can easily spawn them on the boar as soon as the option becomes available.

Drop three low cost titans at Hardpoint B and you’re already one step closer to victory. Try this strategy and let me know if it works for you as well.

Join the discussion now! What are your findings and tips about building that perfect deck in Titanfall: Assault? Let us know by sharing your thoughts in the comment section below.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Another good tip is to use cards that are cheap and strong against other units like shielded grunts there good against specters so if you get tired of a whole bunch of specters running around the map capturing your hard points use shielded grunts

  2. The gunner is an underestimated pilot. It only takes a few seconds for him to get to his max damage. As long as he has a decent tank distracting damage from him he can shred any titan. I’ve taken out many core ogres with him while their attacking my reserve ogre.

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