D3GO Announces G.I.Joe War On Cobra Survival Event And Friends Feature

By way of the D3GO! Developer Blog comes word of exciting new features coming to the G.I.Joe: War on Cobra mobile game!

Here’s the scoop from Jason Day – Community Manager at Emerald City Games:

GI Joe War On Cobra Survival Event - Surveillance Port

Survival Event

Survival is a new feature in G.I. Joe in which players take on consecutive challenges to earn rewards. The ease of the path, as well as the potential rewards, can be affected by the player’s arsenal of cards, HQ, PvP progress, and more.

Battles in Survival Mode are largely similar to those in the World Map, but resource buildings are swapped for Survival Crates, and Event currency is earned instead of the usual resources.

The event uses branching pathways, with battles locked behind certain requirements. Players also have a limited number of attempts during the event, so make every battle count!

GI Joe War On Cobra Friends Feature - Surveillance Port

Friends Feature

The Friends feature in G.I. Joe: War on Cobra allows players to connect with one another while gaining benefits for doing so. The connection is not faction specific, allowing players on both G.I. Joe and Cobra to connect with each other.

Players will see an increased battle cargo capacity based on the number of friends they have — up to a maximum 100 friends. For every friend you add you will also earn 50 Venom or Valor (Alliance Currency).

You can find the max battle cargo capacity for each friend quantity below. We will continue to add more benefits to this feature over time.

Friend Quantity Battle Cargo Maximum Capacity
< 25 6
25 – 49 7
50 – 74 8
75 – 99 9
100 10

We hope you think these features are as awesome as we do!  This update is scheduled to go live sometime next week (week of April 6). Try them out and let us know your feedback. Be sure to discuss your thoughts and opinions HERE in the official G.I. Joe: War on Cobra forums.

Thank you!


 

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