How to Change Character in Spellbreak
Are you ready to battle it out with other players around the world?
Spellbreak is a free-to-play, battle royale style game, where you can unleash your inner battlemage for ultimate victory. Slinging spells and mastering the elements is a major part of gameplay, but before you enter the battlefield you need the proper character.
Discover how to change your character avatar skins and find out which classes are available. Before you enter the Hollow Lands, you need to make sure you build a character that is just right for you.
How to Change Character in Spellbreak
Unlike some games, Spellbreak doesn’t start with immediate character customization. When you first log into the game, you’re immediately hit with a tutorial.
But don’t worry.
The character you use in the tutorials isn’t the one that’s applied to your account, that comes later.
First, you need to complete the seven-step tutorial.
Once you’ve mastered the basics of the game, you’ll see a new window where you can “Choose an Outfit” This is where you get your first character selection.
That’s right, your first one.
Unlike other games, you don’t set your character’s look and use the same one throughout the game. Each new skin or outfit can drastically change the appearance of your character in-game. Keep in mind, though, that these skins are set looks. So, you can’t further customize your character’s physical attributes after selecting a skin. What you see is definitely what you get.
There are a couple of ways to get your hands on these skins.
The first way is to reach specific milestones in the game.
For example, when you complete the tutorial, you’ll get to choose between eight outfits. They are equally divided into four possible male looks and four female looks. This will be the last time you’re given this many choices between outfits.
The next option to get a free outfit in the game won’t happen until you finish the Prologue at Level 2. But then, you’re limited to one outfit called Huntsman, a male character. After that, you won’t find another outfit in-game until you hit Level 7 in the Prologue.
Occasionally, you’ll find events and giveaways where you can score limited edition outfits too.
However, in-game milestone rewards and events aren’t the only ways to score an outfit for your Breaker.
If you have the cash, or in this case, gold, you can purchase outfits to use in the game.
To buy an outfit in the game, you’ll need the proper currency. You can exchange your real cash for in-game gold by going to your gaming platform’s store and spend it in-game.
Alternatively, you can also buy Spellbreak Packs from your platform’s store. These packs generally include in-game currency, as well as a special outfit. Packs available at the Steam store include:
- Starter Pack
- Spellslinger Chapter Pack
- Warlock Chapter Pack
Both the Starter Pack and Spellslinger Chapter Pack include one outfit and in-game gold currency. The Warlock Chapter Pack offers two outfits, as well as other goodies and a substantial amount of gold.
How to Change Class in Spellbreak
Classes and gauntlets go hand in hand in Spellbreak. Unlike other games, you’re free to experiment with different elements and styles until you find one that suits your playstyle. Plus, you’re free to select a new class at the beginning of each game.
However, there are a few things you should remember when it comes to selecting a class:
Bonuses Stack with Each Round per Class
Every time you survive a round in Spellbreak, you will get special bonuses associated with that class gauntlet. And every time you reach a new waypoint, you will get a new skill for that class.
So, if you banked some bonuses on a Pyromancer gauntlet and decide to switch to Tempest, those bonuses aren’t applied to Tempest. Even worse, if you’ve never used Tempest before, you’re going to spawn in with a common Tempest gauntlet and have to work your way up again.
Only Make Changes at the Beginning of a Game
Also, you can’t make any class changes when you’re in the middle of a battle. If, for example, you find out that the Stone Shaper class isn’t working out for you, guess what? You still need to survive the round with the tools you have. The only other alternative is to exit the game and start a new one.
Will Spellbreak Be Free?
Proletariat released Spellbreak on December 15, 2020. It’s free to play on these platforms:u003cbru003eu003cbru003e• Steamu003cbru003e• Epicu003cbru003e• Nintendo Switchu003cbru003e• Playstationu003cbru003e• Xboxu003cbru003eu003cbru003eKeep in mind, though, that they’re slowly releasing content and the entire game is far from complete.u003cbru003eKeep in mind, though, that they’re slowly releasing content and the entire game is far from complete.
Is Spellbreak Easy?
Saying that Spellbreak is “easy” depends on the gamer playing. The controls are easy to master but it may take some time to get used to the spell system. Understanding each base power and sorcery, as well as using element combinations, takes time.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eSo, it’s easy to get started but it may take a little longer to claim complete mastery. Especially if you’re trying to master each element.
How to Change Your Primary Gauntlet in Spellbreak?
If you’re looking to change your primary gauntlet in the middle of a game, you’re out of luck. You’re free to select a class at the beginning of each gaming session. But once you select one, it’s yours to keep for the duration of the game
What Is the Best Class in Spellbreak?
The best class in Spellbreak depends on your playing style because each class has different characteristics.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eAre you a sharpshooter and prefer to snipe at players across a battlefield? You may want to consider the Frostborn class. On the other hand, if you’re looking for an armor boost and power attacks, a Stone Shaper gauntlet may be what you’re looking for.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eYou may have to play around with the different classes before you find one that works for you. Just remember that you collect bonuses after surviving each round. But they’re applied to the gauntlet class you have equipped at the time.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eSo, it’s tempting to jump around and constantly change elements until you find the right combination. But don’t go overboard or you may find it hard to power up in one class.
What Kind of Game Is Spellbreak?
Spellbreak is a free, multiplayer, magic-based game, where you fight other opponents in a battle royale. Some players compare it to Fortnight and PlayerUnknown’s Battleground or PUBG because you fight to be the last one standing.u003cbru003eWhen you start the game, you pick a location to (literally) drop in and enter the battle. If you’re looking for lots of action, the game’s map helpfully reveals places where opponents are dropping in.
Charge Into Battle with Style
Who says you have to charge into battle looking like your opponent?u003cbru003eu003cbru003eSpellbreak offers a variety of ways to customize your character to fit your gameplay style. From outfits that change your character’s appearance to classes, you have the freedom to play how you want.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eDo you have a favorite skin or class? Tell us about it in the comments section below.