Spirit Hunters: Infinite Horde is a roguelike action game that shares many similarities with Vampire Survivors, where the player must battle waves of massive monsters that attack in a rush, using passive attacks and abilities.
Your task is to kill thousands of invasive monsters non-stop to survive in the harsh environment. Collect souls to level up, power, and abilities on the field and in Oracle’s vast, permanent upgrade system.
Newbie Spirit Hunters can feel quite fuzzy about many of the game’s mechanics, which while this can add to the challenge, can also become a major obstacle. If you also find it difficult to start experiencing this roguelike game, let’s learn the fighting tips in Spirit Hunters: Infinite Horde.
All items will disappear
Although this game is quite similar to Vampire Survivors, but gamers may feel surprised when all resources disappear in the game screen.
For example, in Vampire Survivors, anything dropped by monsters or destroyed on stage will persist in the environment or, in the case of Experience, combine into another colored gem of the same value.
However, in Spirit Hunters this is not the case, if you do not pick up the items dropped from monsters, they will disappear. So make sure to pick up all the Blue Souls, Crystals and Runes or get ready to survive without them.
Different currencies in the game
It’s not uncommon for games to have different currencies, which are used to unlock different features within a game, especially in roguelite. Spirit Hunters has 3 coins that can be used for permanent upgrades on the Divinity Web: Runes, Crystals and Embers, along with a unit used to buy many useful in-game things (coins).
Runethe most popular resource, used primarily to purchase upgrades for abilities or characters.
Crystal used to unlock abilities on the Divinity Web, essentially acting as portals to Hunter upgrades and new characters.
Ember is the rarest currency and can only be purchased on the difficulty mode map and used to unlock things like Crystals.
Maxine is a difficult character to use
Maxine is one of the unlockable characters in the game. Despite having the fastest speed, it is quite weak in the back so playing Maxine makes the game difficult. Despite the short cooldown, the character is too weak, with a huge 75% health reduction, making Maxine’s death inevitable, unless controlled by the most extreme gamers.