Submitted by: C.A.
Level Up Tips:
* Group Up with Friends: Earn a 20% EXP group bonus at the end of games.
* 500 XP Bonus for Winning: That’s a bonus 100 XP while in a group.
* No Strings Attached: You are always earning XP by playing the game, at a rate
of about 4 XP per second. And whether you win or lose, you always get 250 XP
for staying to the end of a match.
* Gold Medals Earn 150 XP: Get Gold Medals for doing the most damage, most kills,
or most heals. Silver Medals still net you 100 XP, and even Bronze Medals get
you 50 XP.
* 200 XP per Consecutive Match: Keep continually playing to get a bonus 200 XP.
* 1500 XP Bonus for First Win: Play every day and win every day to get a 1500 XP
bonus. Get 500 XP every time for winning subsequent matches.
* 400 XP for Backfilling: Help the matchmaking help you get a 400 XP bonus.
* Prestige System Hype: More Loot for me, more Loot for you.
Mercy is a representative of the Supports without which any team can have a hard
time during a match. Her task is to keep her allies alive or to support them during
the offensive, that’s why her weapon, the Caduceus Staff, has two firing modes: when
holding the LMB it will heal the character your aiming at, and when using the RMB
it will boost their damage. If you want to take a more active part in the attack,
you can always switch to Caduceus Blaster, which is better than nothing but that’s
pretty much it. Mercy can also fly up to an ally that needs help or slow her fall
from bigger heights. Her ultimate ability is Resurrect, which allows her to bring
back to life dead team members where they died. Extremely helpful when assaulting
or defending a strategic point.
Level Up Overview:
The character level is followed by the XP needed to level up.
* Level 1: 1,500 XP
* Level 2: 3,000 XP
* Level 3: 4,500 XP
* Level 4: 6,000 XP
* Level 5: 7,500 XP
* Level 6: 8,500 XP
* Level 7: 9,500 XP
* Level 8: 10,500 XP
* Level 9: 11,500 XP
* Level 10: 12,500 XP
* Level 11: 13,500 XP
* Level 12: 14,500 XP
* Level 13: 15,500 XP
* Level 14: 16,500 XP
* Level 15: 17,500 XP
* Level 16: 18,500 XP
* Level 17: 19,000 XP
* Level 18: 19,500 XP
* Level 19: 20,000 XP
* Level 20: 20,500 XP
* Level 21: 21,000 XP
* Level 22: 21,500 XP
* Level 23-100: 22,000 XP per Level
When playing in the Temple of Anubis, check out the vehicle in which you spawn. On
the inside, you’ll find the skull of a Hydralisk (from Starcraft), and on the outside,
you’ll find a spray-painted Murloc from Warcraft. On a separate map, you’ll find
promotional posters hyping various movies based on characters in the game. If you
check the company behind the titles, you’ll see that it is Goldshire Productions.
As you might recall, Goldshire is a town in World of Warcraft.
Dangerous Leap on Hanamura Map:
When the enemy team’s base on the Hanamura map is in the easily defended shrine area,
some characters you might choose can head outside the base and make a leap from one
ledge to a balcony (after shooting away the railing) to gain surprise access to an
area of the base from which it is easier to launch an attack. However, characters
with a shorter jump typically can’t cross the gap. The good news is that there’s a
higher path that makes the leap possible for most characters (perhaps with assistance
from a wall run), provided you’re willing to risk potential death if you don’t execute
it properly. The video demonstrates the process.
Peeking around corners without getting shot:
Go into an emote for third person to peek around corners without getting shot.
Hiding behind turret shield:
If a Bastion is on your team, you can hide behind their turret shield. It can be a
good place for Torbjorn’s turret, or crouching snipers.
More effective rockets with 76:
While playing as 76, aim rockets at feet for splash damage instead of missing.
More effective ultimate with D.Va:
While playing as D.Va, shoot your ultimate into the air over an objective or enemies
instead of straight into an objective or enemies so they cannot dodge it as easily.
Make sure it rains down and explodes mid-air.
Attracting attention of enemies with Lucio:
While play as Lucio, you can wall ride to reach high points in the map, making enemies
look up at you while your team kills them.