Let’s face it, the world of Evolution 2 is not a safe place: It is filled with mutants, monster robots, and slimy spiders – there is no place for puppies and rainbows. And saving it takes a very long time, because, somehow, your enemies keep spawning. Well, you can complete this job the hard way which requires shooting for months and hoping for the best, or you can take the easy way and follow our tips & tricks. Let’s make this world a great place for puppies again!
Grab Your Free Stuff
Like all mobile games, Evolution 2 gives you lots of things for free, in order to encourage you to purchase more. Well, we are the wise players of BlueStacks, so we will just grab the free stuff and say thank you. In this regard, there are two important freebies you need to grab on a regular basis. The first one is the free bio-cells, which you can get from the Lab section every couple of hours. Since this resource is used for almost everything, it is quite important: You can finish an upgrade or level up a weapon with it.
Click here to get your free cells.
The second one is the free “black legion box”. You can open it free of charge every 4 hours and it contains all kinds of goodies: blueprints, equipment, and weapon XP. You will most likely get the blueprints as they have the highest odds (8.1%) but if you are particularly lucky, you can even get a “premium account” status too, which will give you lots of bonuses.
Speaking of which, you can also watch a video in exchange for opening an “advert box” for free. It contains up to 100 gems, which is the primary currency in Evolution 2: With enough gems, you can unlock everything. So we recommend watching that video advertisement once in a while – since you are using BlueStacks, you can surf while the video is playing, you don’t actually need to watch it.
Don’t Forget To Upgrade Your Drones
Steel is an important currency and you are always in need of it: You use steel to upgrade everything, including your equipment and your companions. In short, you can never have enough steel, the more the merrier. And the best way to get more steel is upgrading your drones. The world of Evolution 2 is filled with resources, and you can send drones to grab them. The higher the drone’s level, the successful they will be. Complete “Autonomous Avionics” research in your Lab to unlock Drone upgrade and keep researching it. You can also purchase additional drones but we don’t recommend it: They are too pricey and the world map does not have that many resources. Two drones will be enough until you hit the end-game phase, and then you can purchase two more if needed.
Co-Op Missions Are Not That Great
You can complete co-op missions with other players if you want. Or, you can still complete them with your companions. In theory, playing with other players should be good because they are not NPCs: They can pick their targets better. In practice, however, it is the opposite. We completed more than a dozen co-op missions with “humans” and they always went AFK (away from keyboard) immediately. So, basically, we carried them and completed the missions alone, which is a much harder job. Well, we all know that you can’t trust “real people”, so you should consider using your companion for co-op missions too. It will be faster and way easier.
Yeah, we are going with the NPC. She is more reliable.
Complete Terror Missions For Medals
As you already noticed, there are different types of missions on the world map. In addition to story tasks, you can also tale repeatable missions (which the Combo Key feature of BlueStacks will be quite useful). “Terror” is one of these mission types and it is probably the best one for three reasons: First, they are shorter than the regular story missions. Second, they give lots of bio-cells, which are required for, well, almost everything. Third, they give you medals which you can use to upgrade your companion. And upgrading your companion will increase your leadership status, which will make you more effective on the battlefield and give you the option to instantly complete a mission. So, keep doing those Terror missions – in fact, focus on them heavily: Getting lots of medals at the beginning will give you a great advantage.
We are talking about these missions and these medals.
And now, it is time to start fighting: You have learned how to increase your battle power, so why don’t you test your skills on the battlefield? And to become more powerful, you should take a look at our other Evolution 2: Battle For Utopia articles too. If you also have a tip to suggest, don’t forget to leave a comment. Good luck out there: Remember that we are fighting for the return of the puppies!