Master the game by checking the best LifeAfter tips and tricks! This LifeAfter tip teaches you how to get the most out of the game.
LifeAfter is a pretty addictive game we found after PUBG mobile. The player has a lot to do. PvP Nancy City Battles, Miska rescue of Miska, boss battles, events and more. We have posted many guides about this game and shared the best LifeAfter tips and tricks in today's post! Let's get started!
LifeAfter Tips and Tricks: –
1.) Write your skill points wisely
In early games, everything looks good. But if you proceed to a higher level, things will change. One of the dynamic changes is the cost of upgrading abilities. As you know we know we have to use new dollars and skill points to upgrade our abilities. In an early game, it always feels easy.
However, the cost of upgrading these abilities will increase tremendously. It is better to use your skill points wisely. E.g; You need 14,000-15,000 skill points to unlock level 4 tools. Such advanced tools are indispensable when gathering in difficult areas (secondary resources). You should unlock as soon as new features become available. However, you need to upgrade the correct abilities first.
E.g; You can save advanced tools in your collection skills. You can save thick armor and solid weapons in crafting abilities (to increase rigidity). Spend points / dollars on upgrading your combat abilities to increase your DPS.
When you tap the skill icon, the game displays information on the right side of the screen. Please read it.
2.) Craft items from nano plastic
Go to the furniture shop in the camp or hope 101. Aim the furniture maker inside the store and then make a nano plastic maker. This machine allows you to convert resources such as sulfur, cyanate, claws, etc. into Nanoplastic I and Nanoplastic II.
Nanoplastic (I, II) can be used to craft tools, ammo boxes (crude oil, plain, fine) and health packs. Tap the Create option at the bottom left of the screen-> Click the Nano Plastics button at the bottom left of the Simple Build tab. You will now see all the items that can be crafted using nanoplastics. Select an item and press the craft button.
To get nano plastic, put nano plastic maker in manners-> close-> convert-> choose material-> unlock material (tap the lock option to unlock)-> convert-> add fuel; Tap the nano-> finish button to charge for nanoplastics.
3.) Make your armor and weapons more powerful
Cotton layers, chain layers and steel layers can be connected to the armor by sockets. And there's inventory for muzzles, aiming aids, and weapons. These armor and weapon accessories can be crafted in weapons and armor stores. Equip this accessory with weapons and armor to increase HP Caps and Damage (DPS).
You can also upgrade these accessories to level 8 using armor and mechanical materials. If you are at camp, you can buy these material items in armor and weapons shops. Also, exclude medals from these material items + exemptions for event currency.
4.) Talk with NPC
The blue dot on the mini map shows the location of the NPC. Daily conversations with these NPCs give you awesome rewards such as treasure maps, rare items, new dollars, and more.
5.) Beginner Quest is very important
If you have started the LifeAfter game, we recommend that you proceed with the beginner quest. There are valuable rewards you can earn by completing this quest.
6.) Always go to the ammo box, health pack or any guidance in Miska
Miska University is one of the Hell game modes of LifeAfter games. In this mode, you will face a zombie gang that will chase you until you die. You must bring enough ammo boxes, health packs before entering this game mode. There are ammo boxes out there, but in some places you can also use your own.
7.) Bounty Quest is the best
Complete bounty quests to speed up your skills. This daily bounty quest rewards a huge amount of crafting / collecting / combat mastery points. This quest is obtained from home points in the area. Aim the board and accept the quest.
8.) Complete daily household events
The furniture event at Hope 101 rewards a luxurious drumstick meal. This item can be revived. Basically, vitality recovers slowly. To check this, tap the Character Stats-> Soul in the upper left corner. If you are in a furious battle, this can help you.
9.) Sell Items to Dealers
If you want to earn a new dollar, you can sell things to the merchant. E.g; You get infected blood by killing zombies in your area. You can sell this blood to your furniture store manager for a new dollar. If you are at camp, go outside the mansion and explore the island. Kill zombies or people to get certificates, old currencies, rusty keys and more. Such items can be sold to a furniture store manager.
10.) Choose your certificate wisely
LifeAfter allows players to choose one of nine certificates. We recommend you go for a gun maker certificate. Firearms or making firearms are quite good because they increase rigidity and turn off UMP9 skin formulation. Two collection certificates can increase the likelihood of receiving secondary resources. These rare secondary resources can be sold in the market / trade for gold bars.
– See the LifeAfter Cert Guide.
11.) Participate in TLE
Limited time offers are offered for a short period. E.g; At the time of this writing, there is an event called White Day. Some players ignore these events. However, to get a premium event, you need to participate in this event. E.g; Previously, it was an alloy drill bit. And this time you can get official debris.
12.) Complete all daily tasks
Getting gold in LifeAter is very easy. Gold is rewarded at almost every daily event. Tap Daily Options-> Here in the top right corner of the screen to see what's hot today. Tap anyone to see details, rewards. There are events like Nancy City, Goal Training, Camp Pond, Mika, Unknown Creatures, Reward Missions and more. The best way to get gold bars.
13.) Exploration completed
Every zone or mode has a box to charge for. Collect a certain number of boxes and you will get gold bars. The game offers one tip every day for every region. You can find tips and maps here at home icon-> navigation-> in the top left corner. Also the number of hidden breasts.
See – Explore LifeAfter Sandcastle
14.) Hunt the Chest
In addition to exploration boxes, there are many boxes in the autumn forest, pasta city, sandcastles and many more places. E.g; In the autumn forest, you can find chests at the helicopter escape point behind the cave behind the house. In Farstar City, you can find boxes in your high school building, in your house, in the park (on the bus). And in Sandcastle near the castle area. You can get valuable items from this box. Screws, alloy drill bits, plastic, new dollars etc.
15.) Attend camp as soon as possible
Participate in camps to earn more rewards through camp events. You will also have access to exclusive shops, merchants and estates. These additional events include the following: Patrol quests, infected aggression, goal training, camp ponds, territories, camp boss battles (every Sunday), resource crates and daily diners.
See – LifeAfter Camp Guide
16.) Medal Exchange
Participate in Nancy City to earn a drill medal. You can exchange these medals for rewards such as adrenaline, ammo boxes, skill points, “formula shards”, mechanical materials and many more items. Just talk to Acer. Acer is near the camp's helicopter or at the entrance to Hope 101.
17.) Card Match Game Play
In a shelter or house (green house) there will be a card game on a desk or box. Aim over there-> Play-> Invite nearby players. If you connect the same card in a row, you get a new resource, a rare resource.
18.) Use advanced tools for collection
Start with Stone AXE, Stone Pickaxe (Step 1 tool). You can create advanced tools by upgrading basic logging / miner functionality in the function menu. Fire AX, Assembled PIckaxe, Level 4 AX, Pickaxe. Lower tool levels reduce the drop rate of secondary resources. Therefore, we recommend using advanced collection tools when collecting secondary resources.
19.) Resource Trading
Hope to buy and sell items / gear in 101 market. Players can buy the resources they want by selling rare resources / gear for gold bars and paying them. Check out stalls in the market, especially if you are struggling to find rare items. You can get almost all items.
20.) wall, door upgrade
Defense also plays an important role. When you are at camp and the camp is 7 days old, the zombies periodically attack the mansion / home. Upgrade your manners walls and doors. To do so, use the material bench to make an improvement. Level 2 Enhancement-> Level 3-> Etc. To place it, aim at Build-> Enhance-> Wall. This increases the defense of the wall / door.
And one of the best ways to stop zombies from entering the mansion is to install an electric fence just behind the mansion. The game also gives players free defensive items. Collect from mailboxes such as ammo boxes and fences.
21.) Using the shutdown function
The single bed in the mansion offers two options. Sleep and use. Tap Use-> Exit. This over time restores the durability of the armor and equipment equipment. You can use this feature instead of repairing it. The difference is that you do not lose robustness in this method.
22.) Use Vault to Store Closets and Cabinets
Storage items such as wardrobes, cabinets, etc. take up a lot of space in the estates. And manners look ugly due to these items. Therefore, we recommend storing these items in the vault.
23.) Food Recipe Consumption
It is better to consume food recipes to get a buff. For example – to go in cold areas, to grind fast, to fight in PvE or PvP, and so on. See the list here-> LifeAfter Recipes for more information.
24.) Play a stronghold and send a stronghold
Don't forget to do fort battles to get fort point / map festivals. For valuable items such as rare and valuable game items, treasure maps, etc., you can tell your Point Point Merchant this point.
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