Soulstone Survivors Guide – Tips And Tricks


If you’re looking for some quick and easy tips and tricks to help improve your Soulstone Survivors gameplay, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve created a Soulstone Survivors guide that will help you better your horde melting skills within a few simple steps.

Soulstone Survivors is a new horde survival game where you play from a selection of 14 characters. The game so far features up to five different maps, and you must mow down wave after wave of mobs, while going up against special bosses such as Lords of the Void every now and then.

Make sure to check out our other Soulstone Survivors articles, such as our Soulstone Survivors character list. If you’re looking for a new game to try out, check out our Summoners War: Chronicles tier list and our Dear Ella codes guide.

Soulstone Survivors Guide

Let’s start training you up on Soulstone Survivors. By the end of this guide, you’ll be in the know of some of the best tips and tricks within the game.

Collect Your XP

In similar games of the same genre, like Vampire Hunter, you’ll level up quite quickly after you defeat enemies. However, what’s different about Soulstone Survivors is that you don’t level up from killing enemies, but by collecting the XP that the enemies drop. This is an important tip, and we see lots of new players missing out on XP because they forget/don’t know to pick it up.

Prioritise Speed

In Soulstone Survivors, you are rewarded for finishing rounds quickly. In fact, some characters are unlocked by completing levels within a time limit. For these reasons, you want to be able to finish rounds quickly, but how? Well, a good way to improve your speed is by using a defensive passive build and prioritising the movement speed with skill runes such as the dash. We recommend that you have two dashes and that you use them often.

Balance Single And Multi-Target Damage

In Soulstone Survivors, you must defeat the horde in order to unlock the boss fights. The problem is, however, that single target damage is only really good against mobs and multi target damage is only good against the bosses. This means you should have a good balance of both before trying to conquer the mobs or defeat the boss.

There Is No Contact Damage

In most horde survivors, brushing up against enemies will instantly deal an amount of damage to you, making you avoid them like the plague. Again, what sets apart Soulstone Survivors from other games in the same genre is that there is no contact damage. This means you can fight close ranged without having to worry about taking damage from your enemies for simply standing too close, giving you more opportunities. If close quarters is your speciality, then dive in!

That will do it for this Soulstone Survivors guide. Make sure you grab the game from the top of the page and check out the related articles in paragraph three. If you want more information on the game, check out the developer’s official Twitter.

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