Before you invest your time to play Omniheroes, it’s a good idea to learn all of the necessary information about the game that will give you a massive advantage in your playthrough. The game has a lot of gameplay mechanics that players need to keep in mind. Even though the game uses a lot of idle mechanics, it doesn’t mean the game doesn’t have advanced gameplay features that’ll make it more competitive. That’s why it’s good to have a beginner’s guide to explain how everything works.

Table of Contents

  1. Summoning Characters
  2. Idle Rewards System
  3. The City
  4. The Wilderness
  5. Quests & Events

BlueStacks' Beginners Guide to Playing Omniheroes

Omniheroes is an idle RPG that makes use of the gacha system to collect heroes that players can add to their teams. The ultimate goal of the game is to assemble a powerful team that’ll give players the ability to clear the hardest content available. Once the perfect team is assembled, there are still more steps that players will need to follow. Make sure to install Omniheroes on BlueStacks so that you can play this game on your PC and take advantage of all the exclusive players that come with it.

Summoning Characters

The most noticeable feature of idle RPGs is the need to collect powerful characters in the game. In Omniheroes, there are a lot of useful characters that can make or break your experience since not every unit has the same level of relevance in clearing the higher content. It’s an unfortunate truth that having weak characters in the game will make it extremely harder for any player to experience high-level content because their team won’t be able to push the campaign at a certain point.

BlueStacks' Beginners Guide to Playing Omniheroes

Summoning powerful characters is the most important thing to do in Omniheroes. Sadly, there isn’t an easy way to do that since the game uses a loot box system that is heavily based on luck. That’s why a lot of players opt to do Character Rerolls to ensure that they get a very good start in the game, which is something you’ll definitely want to consider. Remember that your goal is to get as many 5-star legendary characters as possible to assemble a powerful team that can do well in both PvE and PvP.

Idle Rewards System

The idle rewards system is also a distinct feature of this game. The system works by giving players various rewards whenever they’re AFK or offline. These rewards provide basic loot such as currency, experience, and armor/weapon pieces. The game will collect loot using the idle rewards system until the 14-hour mark, so it’s a good idea to log in at least every 6 hours to collect your loot. It is not totally a free loot system since players still need to work to improve the items that they get.

BlueStacks' Beginners Guide to Playing Omniheroes

It’s good to keep in mind that the quality, level, and amount of loot that players get from the idle rewards system increases whenever the player completes a new stage in the main campaign. It’s a good idea to finish at least chapter 3 during your first day of playing the game so that you can instantly get long-term loot. After that, try to improve your idle rewards by completing at least 5 stages every day and using the loot that you get from the chest to upgrade and improve your existing team.

The City

The City is a zone in Omniheroes that players can think of as the main page where they can do miscellaneous tasks. In this zone, players can summon new characters, look at the character pages, take a look at the shop, and do other tasks that don’t involve going into combat. It’s a good idea for players to familiarize themselves with the different buildings in this zone to understand how they can fully maximize their teambuilding by unlocking the full potential of their characters.

BlueStacks' Beginners Guide to Playing Omniheroes

The most important thing to keep in mind about the city is that many of the features that players can use are locked behind campaign progress. This means that players need to try to rush the main campaign as fast as possible so that they can maximize the usefulness of this zone. It’s a good idea to try to click the locked structures in this zone to show how they can be unlocked and if it’s possible to do so at the moment. It’s always a good idea to invest a few minutes every day to check out what’s new in the city.

The Wilderness

The Wilderness is another zone in Omniheroes where the combat modes can be found. This zone is where the game places the different dungeons, stages, challenges, and game modes that are separate from the main campaign. It’s extremely important that players participate in the dungeons and challenges since those have daily resets. These dungeons provide a large amount of useful resources that players will need to farm but can only do so a few times per day until they’ll need to wait for the next reset.

BlueStacks' Beginners Guide to Playing Omniheroes

Similar to The City, players also need to finish certain stages in the main campaign to unlock new dungeons. The challenges in this zone also level up whenever the player completes the current level. However, the Power Rating requirement for each of the dungeons and challenges increases as the players complete each stage. This means that players are forced to ensure that their teams are always up to date so that they have the capability to defeat the enemies that stand in their way.

Quests & Events

RPGs are always known for having a ridiculous number o quests that players need to complete. In Omniheroes, players can participate in the main campaign, daily quests, weekly quests, achievements, and event missions that only come once in a while. All of these quests are equally important to complete since they all give useful rewards that are necessary for the player to upgrade their current team.

BlueStacks' Beginners Guide to Playing Omniheroes

Events are common in most mobile games since companies don’t want their players to feel like they’re doing the same thing forever. These events often have really good rewards that players need to keep an eye out for because they are designed to draw in players to participate. It’s also important to note that they are often time-limited and sometimes don’t return to the game anymore.