One thing you might overlook in WarFriends is Warpath Mode. But here’s the thing, you really shouldn’t, because it’s a great way to earn impressive awards if you get a bit burned out on the main mode.
So with that in mind, the third part of our guide is going to focus entirely on Warpath Mode. Because it’s different enough from the main mode that you might need a few hints and tips to get you through.
Come back tomorrow for the fourth and final part of our guide where we’ll walk you through some advanced hints and tips that’ll get you through the meat of the game without so much as a scuff. Well, probably a few scuffs.
Warpath Mode is different from the main mode in two very important ways. First, you don’t have your squad on hand to help you. Instead it’s just you and the cover against the rest of the world.
Second, there’s no hero on the opposing side of the map. Instead you’re trying to take down a whole bunch of enemies before you die. And it makes the whole thing a lot more frenetic.
Warpath Mode also features some challenges. So it’s a good idea to make sure you know what you’re supposed to be doing before you dive in.
And then there’s the other twist - you can bring a friend with you this time. You can have a Facebook friend, a squad member, or a player whose username you know tag along for the ride.
And sometimes you’re going to need to. Because while there’s extra rewards for just finishing some of the levels, you’ll also get special rewards for finishing super difficult challenges, and sometimes these need you to have a friend.
Warpath Mode is a great way to earn a whole bunch of currency. Remember you’ll have to spend dog tags to play, and that the special hardcore missions are on daily cooldowns.
The rhythm of the game is similar to the main core of the experience. You swipe to move and tap to fire. The units you’ll be fighting are the same as in the main game, so treat them the same.
If you get a crate for a score chain, then swap to your pistol. Once again your pistol has infinite ammo and your other guns don’t, so it’s worth not wasting bullets you won’t get back.