Afk arena is a game I have been playing for the last few months, and I have Alpharad to thank for that. I remember him promoting this game when Joker was a new unit worth getting, and I thought nothing of it, and this was around the time I started to get burnt out on Fate grand order. And it had a lot of events dropping.
What is AFK Arena?
So, I figured, what’s the harm? It’s an idle gacha game where you can play the game by not playing at all or actively play it and unlock content, gear, and features. The game at first looked simple, but the more I played, I learned this game had a lot of layers to it.
You can do so much in this game. And how you play the game is up to you. You can whale in the game to pull units. You can join guilds where they can help make grinding for gear easier. You can chat in the global chat room, but I don’t recommend that as that chat room is full of adults and kids spreading rumors and begging for gifts during certain events.
You only use chat to find a guild or make friends. You can chat with users or send voice recordings to strangers or friends. The only issue is global chat drama, hot takes, and chat crashing the game.
For reference, I was in 1-1 a few months ago and getting my footing with this game, and now, I’m at 27-48, which looks like mid-game content from what I have played up to now. I have done so without spending a dime in the Afk arena, and I’m glad.
You get a ton of events to do. There is always something a f2p can earn or get. It is worth noting that these events or some events are for high-level players, and you can try them, but there is a chance you will hit a wall, and that event is done for you until you can level up and get better gear.
I will say afk arena is a fun time sink. There is often a lot you can do. Pvp, story mode, free events that test the DPS you got, and you can get an idea if you are strong or not. The daily guild hunts are to see how much damage you can do in x amount of time. At the start, it looks like your standard game.Continue reading “Afk arena”