How To Play Party in Spellbreak
It’s time to gather a team and venture into the Hollow Lands battleground. Protelariat’s Spellbreak is a battle-royal extravaganza complete with elemental magic and looting for tactical advantages. Teammates aren’t necessary to play Spellbreak but having a party can give you an advantage when faced with the might of other battlemage teams.
Make sure you have every advantage at your fingertips. Learn how to play in teams and discover other information that may be useful before you play.
How to Play Party in Spellbreak
Playing with teammates in Spellbreak is as simple as pressing a few buttons. Check out how to get started below:
- Launch the game and sign in.
- Go to the Main Menu screen and select the “Friends” tab OR look for the Friends icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Select “ALL FRIENDS” to see a list of friends already added. If you haven’t added your friend’s ID yet, go to “ADD A FRIEND” and enter their Spellbreak ID. Once both parties accept the invite, you’ll see them added to your list of friends. You can also check pending invitations under “FRIEND REQUESTS.”
- Once you’ve added your friends’ IDs it’s time to enter a match. Go to the “PLAY” tab and select the “GAME MODE” on the left side of the screen. You can play in both BATTLE-ROYALE and CLASH modes with teams. CLASH mode requires nine players per team while BATTLE-ROYALE teams are made up of three, and includes the host player.
- Add your team members by selecting the hooded outline with the plus sign next to your avatar. If you haven’t added friends already, you’ll be redirected back to the “ADD FRIENDS” page. Otherwise, select your team from your list of friends.
- Press the “PLAY” button in the left-hand corner and let the battle begin!
Crossplay Now Available for Spellbreak Players
Do you have friends who play on different consoles? Maybe you wanted to add a PC friend to your Xbox party? Protelariat has good news for players looking to add friends but system restrictions prevented it in the past:
Crossplay is supported for all Spellbreak players.
Even Sony’s PlayStation, who’s been notoriously reticent about any crossplay for their games, allows for Spellbreak crossplay on their systems.
So, grab all your friends, whether they’re part of the PC Master Race or strictly console and enjoy a party without borders.
How to Leave a Party in Spellbreak
Inviting friends to play is a great feature that can give you an edge on the battlefield. But if you’re the host or leader and you forget to release your friends; they’re essentially held hostage until you come back. They can’t even switch to Solo mode for some game-grinding practice in your absence because they’re tied to your party.
So, before you leave the game, do your buddies a favor and release them from the party:
- Go to the game lobby or “Play” tab screen.
- Select your character when you’re the party host.
- Click “Leave Party”.
Is Spellbreak Multiplayer?
Spellbreak is a multiplayer spellcasting battle-royale where the only goal is to be the last mage standing. Just because it’s a multiplayer game doesn’t mean you can’t solo the map, though.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eSpellbreak has three modes to choose from that cater to different types of play and intensity.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eThe first mode is the solo mode. Teams aren’t required when you play Solo in Battle Royale. That doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t face epic battles against others wanting to make a name for themselves. It just means that you won’t get swarmed by coordinated attacks. In solo mode, it’s every battlemage for themselves.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eThe game also offers Duos that allow you to bring a friend in for killer combos and support, but you don’t need a full team to participate. The mode is a little more intimate but no less deadly than playing on squad mode.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eIf you’re looking for the typical multiplayer experience with a full team, Squad is where you’ll find it. Just remember that while you may have more support from your friends, so do other teams.
Is Spellbreak going to be free?
u003cimg src=u0022https://www.techjunkie.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/spellbreak-party.pngu0022 alt=u0022spellbreak partyu0022u003eu003cbru003eSpellbreak is free for PC, Microsoft Xbox, Sony PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch. If you want to make your avatar pretty, though, it’s going to cost you real money. You do receive some cosmetic items for your avatar when you pass certain milestones, but you don’t get to pick them. So, if you’re the type of player who likes to design their character’s appearance, you can count on spending money in the in-game store.
How many players can you play in SpellBreak?
The Spellbreak lobby can host up to 42 players per match. That doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re looking at 41 enemy mages, though, unless you’re playing solo. But for those playing Duos, you’re facing 20 other Duo teams or 13 enemy Squads of three.u003cbru003eu003cbru003e42 is the maximum number of players for a match, but you may have less than that on your map. It all depends on who’s online and playing the same mode at the same time.
How do you play with a friend in SpellBreak?
Playing with friends is easy on Spellbreak. You just need to do two things:u003cbru003eu003cbru003e1. Invite them.u003cbru003e2. Add them to your team.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eYou can do all friend-related tasks in the Friends tab. That includes checking out your friends list, sending out an invitation, and checking pending invitations. Once your friend accepts the invite, they’re added to your list and roster of available teammates.u003cbru003eu003cbru003eJust remember that you don’t necessarily need a full Squad of three players if you want to play with friends. Protelariat recently unlocked Duos mode for more intimate matches, so if you just have that ‘u003cemu003eone friendu003c/emu003e who decimates the battlefield, send them a friend request and add them to your next Duos match.
It’s Time to Make Some Friends
There’s no better time than now to make some friends and add them to your squad roster. Not only can friends turn the tide of a losing battle, but they can also help buy some time if someone goes down. Instead of getting sent back to the lobby when you go down in solo mode, players with friends can wait for a buddy to revive them and they’re back in the game. No more insta-losses with a careless hit.
Which mode do you prefer to use in Spellbreak? Do you prefer Duos or Squads? Tell us about it in the comments section below.