Attacking, Adrenaline and Signature Moves
- Fighting in WWE Immortals is all about timing. You don’t have a way to move in and out of range or jump like in many fighting games, so you’ve got to time your attacks properly. Wait for the opposing fighter to drop his or her guard, then tap (for light attacks) or swipe (for heavy attacks). Successfully hitting a combo of three attacks in a row will usually give you the chance to follow up with a stronger attack if you swipe in the direction displayed on screen.
- Light attacks are quicker than heavy attacks. Your opponent won’t have a chance to hit back if you tap rapidly. While heavy attacks are slow, they help you pin down your opponent for a few seconds. A combination of light and heavy attacks will do greater damage than only taps or swipes.
Once you get a full Adrenaline meter, you can unleash a Signature Move on your opponent. Learn what you need to do to maximize damage from your signature moves. Some require you to tap the screen as fast as possible, others to swipe the screen as fast as possible, and still others ask you to stop a scrolling meter when it’s as close to the middle as you can get it. The common denominator is that you only have a few seconds to power up the moves, so learn how each move is activated and be ready.
Some Signature Moves even cause status effects, such as Burning Damage from Kane or draining the opponent’s Adrenaline Meter. Many characters, such as The Rock (Stone Watcher), also have passive boosts (special ability) that activate upon using a Signature Move.
Defending and Blocking
- As in most direct style fighting games it's important to learn to block attacks and Signature moves. Note that while you have to hold down two fingers to block, they don’t necessarily have to be next to each other.
- Your opponents will signal when they’re about to try a signature move with a red exclamation point above their heads. As your opponent's Adrenaline Rush move meter fills, be on your guard, ready to block the attack and to counterattack with a move of your own.
- Look out to block incoming tags since as soon as a new wrestler comes into play, they will immediately use a Signature Move.
- It’s important to remember that blocking prevents some, but not all damage, so if you’re extremely low on health, it still might not save you.
Characters, Chemistry and Upgrades
- Focus on Gold Wrestlers: Gold-tier wrestlers are superior to Bronze- and Silver-level wrestlers in quite a few ways. Along with the better passive abilities, every level-up for a Gold-tier wrestler gives much more max strength and power, and cumulatively, it adds up quickly. It will take a lot of patience to skip out on the Bronze and Silver packs, but shoot for the Gold pack as soon as possible.
- Chemistry can make a difference. Each Superstar and Diva has a list of Allies and Rivals. Teaming them with Allies increases both health and attack strength by 10 percent, while pairing them with Rivals decreases defense but increases the rate at which Adrenaline recharges.
- Talent Enhancements cards improve your character’s health, damage, stamina regeneration and other attributes. You get free talent cards on random occasions. They can also be purchased at the store for 3,000-5,000 coins. Purchase only those cards that belong to a character in a team. There’s no use purchasing a talent card for a character that you do not own.
- Ideally, you should have six good wrestler cards and upgrade them to get the most out of them. You can upgrade them with cards that you buy from the store or
directly spend coins upgrading them. As in most games, the easiest way to level up your wrestlers is to replay the easier stages over and over again.
- You’ll be able to upgrade and unlock additional Signature Moves at Level 5 and Level 20. Even if you don’t plan on using these moves, spend the cash to unlock them so your character can build all three gauges of the meter.
Other Gameplay Tips
Tapping on the character profile will replace the current wrestler with a new wrestler. When battling an opponent, tag-in a character only when your current wrestler’s health gets low. A tagged-in wrestler comes with a full adrenaline bar. When you have used up a signature move of your current character, tag in another character and use his signature move soon after he/she appears on the screen.
- Every hit on an opponent gives a small boost to their adrenaline meter, so just be wary about this. For instance, Giant Big Show's Signature 1 is a multi-hit attack that doesn't do that much damage, but gives the opponent at least a half bar of adrenaline. It's better to use his Signature 2 which does a lot more damage and doesn't give the opponent that much adrenaline since it's a single-hit.
- Of course, attacks that drain adrenaline are key. Dark Sorceress Paige's Signature 1 ("Banshee Rage") and Yes! Movement Daniel Bryan's Signature 2 are two examples of attacks that drain adrenaline, making the battle safer and more firmly in your control.
Online Multiplayer Tips
- Complete the daily quest in the Online Match mode for a quick way to earn extra credits and battle rating points. Often, these will ask you to do things like win a match without blocking, or without using any signature moves. Challenging? Yes, but also worth it if you can pull them off.
- Other WWE Immortals players can attack your team in the Online Match mode even while you aren’t playing, and your battle rating can suffer as a result. Thus, it’s a good idea to always have your toughest possible lineup set in the tournament, even if you have no plans to play for the rest of the day.
Unlimited Stamina Cheat
- Are you tired of waiting for your favorite wrestler's stamina bar to regenerate over time? Well, all you need to do is to set the date on your phone or tablet ahead by a day while in-game and you'll see the stamina bar recover to full.