Path to Nowhere is an SRPG that features Real-time Tower Defense gameplay. In the year N.F.112, you are appointed to be the Chief of MBCC. Welcome to the Minos Bureau of Crisis Control. As the Chief, you are obligated to Shackle and Control the most vicious outlaws—Sinners, to Protect the city from falling. Hold on to the light in the darkness and salvage hope from despair.
In this guide for Path To Nowhere, I will share with you some beginner tips to get started with the game. I will also show you some working redeem codes so that you can get rewards and other freebies to collect.
Path To Nowhere Guide for Beginners and Redeem Codes
First of all, let us check all the redeem codes you can get to collect some rewards:
Take note that these codes are case-sensitive so input them carefully –
Guides For Beginners in Path To Nowhere
You can start off by Re-Rolling in the game. This will ensure that you have enough characters or the ones that you desire to start the game with. This is not an absolute recommendation so this is up to you. Here is a link on how to re-roll in the game.
Special Top-Up Pack
If you want to spend a nominal amount of money in the game, use it to purchase the Special Top Up pack for 99 cents. I myself am a F2P player so if I am suggesting this one, this has to be worth it.
If you do not want to get this pack, then simply ignore it and read on. Basically, you get to pick a decent character from this pack, one of each class:
After rerolling a few times, you should make your choice depending on your squad or the ones you are lacking.
New Chief Assessment
This tab is also important for a beginner player so you should not ignore it to start with. Open the tab, and you will see that you are presented with Daily tasks. This unlocks each day so you can complete and collect the rewards each day.
This is a great way to stack up on currency, resources, and overall XP for the game. I highly recommend that you do this.
Once you get 65 points here, you will unlock Nox. Nox is one of the top characters in the game in the current meta so you have more motivation to do these tasks and collect the points.
Changing Character On Main Menu Screen
Here, I will show you how you can change the main menu character. To get started, click the recycle arrows, at the center of the home screen. it should look something like this:
Go inside that menu and you will have a list of characters to put up on your home screen. There is also the given option to change the background home screen image for Path To Nowhere. This is quite a neat feature and I like it.
Currencies: Ultracube, Hypercube, Stamina, and Discoins
The main currencies that govern the game here are called Ultracube, Hypercube, Stamina, and Discoins.
Ultracube – These are super rare in-game currencies used to redeem Hypercubes. Unfortunately, these can be only acquired by spending real money in the game. Not a good thing for a F2P player like me and others out there, but something to take note of.
Hypercube – This is a rare in-game item that is used to purchase items for the game. These items help in progression and other things. As a Free-To-Play plyer, this is the currency you can collect and spend. Use Hypercubes for Summons, or to purchase or extend Stamina.
Stamina – Early on, you will have a lot of stamina, but once you start doing other activities, it will start to go down. This is where you should use Hypercubes to get additional Stamina to sustain the progression.
Discoins – This is basically gold in the game. You use this currency in DisCity to promote Sinners, Crimebrands, and others.
Free To Play Character To Look Out for
If you are a F2P player like me, you need to make the most out of the free characters you get. One of the most important characters or Tanks to look out for as a F2P player is Demolia
Not only does she Block 2 damage, but she can also do decent damage herself. Coming from a B Ranked character, this is a hefty amount and I totally recommend that you use this character as a beginner, especially if you are a F2P player.
Path To Nowhere is not that hard of a game to grasp if you play it step by step and start from the basics of any idle gacha game. These tips and tricks will hopefully help a beginner to get started with the game and make the progress look easy and smooth.
Thanks for reading!
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