After top charts Google Play’s, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang has already made its mark as a fun mobile alternative for today’s popular MOBA games. The game already has more than 1.6 million users on both the Android and iOS platforms. For beginners, the game can be a bit taxing and this post will help starters with simple game basics. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is closely similar to “DOTA 2” and “League of Legends.” Gamers who have already played these will generally have no problem moving forward.
Now, we move to the game’s preferable heroes for beginners and their corresponding items. Someone like Franco paired with a marksman like Layla or a mage like Alice would really decimate lane opponents when Franco is able to land a hook!
Tip 1: Focus on Learning a Hero or Character
Layla gets to max level, she is able to fire at towers without getting into tower range. As long as she is protected in the front, she can fire away and destroy towers quickly.
Fanny can move around the map quickly with her chains and it requires a bit of practice to get used to her extreme mobility.
Franco’s hooks also takes a bit of practice to keep landing them. Sometimes, you have to gauge whether your enemy will try to juke your hooks or walk in a straight line. but more experienced players will make use of side steeping on going to bushes to make your hooks harder to land.
Tip 2: Do Your Dailies
Everyday, when you login you get 2 free chests. Each chest will refill every 4 hours, so you can get 1 new chest every 4 hours. battle points (BP), hero ticket, emblems and magic dust. These are all useful items to help you advance in the game. Make sure to login daily to get them!
Tip 3: Big Bosses: Turtle and Blue Knight
The turtle gives extra gold for your team while the Blue Knight is a strong boss that will push a lane for you upon defeating him. Now, at lower levels, most people won’t contest too much. players will try to get every advantage they can and sneak in either the Turtle or Knight. The best time to do either objectives is when you either ace the opponent team close to your base or when you catch 1 or 2 players out near the center of the map.
Tip 4: Destroying Towers
Tower siege allows you to get closer to the enemy nexus. players will spend too much time trying to kill enemy players and forget that your ultimate goal is to destroy the enemy nexus. Keep in mind that when you die to a tower dive for being too aggressive and wanting to kill the enemy, it opens up to a counter tower siege.
Tip 5: Lane Pushing
In order to build up a minion wave in your favor, you will need to kill the opponent minion wave with your hero so that your minions stay unharmed. Eventually, your minions will stack up and a huge wave will form to help you push a lane.
The easiest way to do it is when a huge minion wave of the opposing team forms. You use your hero to clear it and this reverses the process and you will start building your own minion wave.
Tip 6: Grouping Up for Team Fights
After the laning phase, it is usually where your ally groups up to siege towers. Most new players will just do their own thing, so it is vital that you use communication pings to huddle everyone together for a team fight. This is a great time to use the “Prepare for Team Fight!” command line to let your team know it is time to group up.