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One of Paladins‘ most unique elements is its card system

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Paladins Champions of the Realm is a free-to-play, 5 on 5 hero shooter that had an extended Beta from 2016 to the beginning of 2018 before its fully fledged release on other platforms. The genre is burgeoning at the moment with games like Overwatch and the different take on the genre Fortnite being played worldwide. The Nintendo Switch has had a noticeable lack of games to scratch the competitive multiplayer itch with the likes of Splatoon and Doom being the only real offerings to date.

Team Deathmatch is the easiest mode to understand right away. A 5v5 free-for-all where the team that manages to get to 40 kills first wins the match. A few different arenas are available and are randomly assigned, though for the most part are pretty similar. A number of walls and obstacles provide both cover and elevation advantages to provide strategic gameplay. Onslaught provides a similar experience but has the added wrinkle of a capture point that needs to be occupied and defended. Points are distributed as the capture point is held in addition to kills made during the match. Furthermore,You can buy cheap Paladins Crystals Code at mmocs.com by using the code “MMOCSVIP” for a 3% discount.

The first team to manage 400 points becomes the victor. Honors for the mode that lasts the longest and requires the most strategy goes to Siege. In the middle of the arena is a wagon of explosives, the first team to capture the wagon receives a point. A second point is then awarded to the team that either manages to walk the payload to the opposing team rally point, or to the team that defends their rally point. Up to four rounds can potentially be required as the victor is the team that gets to four points first.

One of Paladins‘ most unique elements is its card system. Each champion has a bunch of different cards available to them, which provide passive bonuses like increased health or reduced ability cooldowns. You can equip five cards at a time—no more, no less—and you’ve got 15 points with which you can boost the effect of your chosen cards. It’s a fairly simple system, but it opens the door to a wide range of different builds for each character.

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