Get a Taste of Immortality
With over a hundred mobile games across several categories, Mobirix took the AFK challenge and said: “Aight, bet.” Immortal Rising is an idle action RPG where the most important thing is to level up. Be it from upgrading gear, abilities, pets, runes or the character. You will transform your run-of-the-mill D tier whatshisname into a true undefeatable-supreme-SSS tier-God-like immortal.
The gameplay is simple in the sense that all you need to do is level up, but confusing because there’s a lot you need to do to level up. Since everything has its own level-up material, you’ll always be farming, 24/7. Be it experience, materials, currency, weapons, everything. Always, all the time. The beautiful thing is that you don’t have to be present for the grind. You can automate pretty much everything, including boss fights. All you have to really do is level up the stats and weapons and send the immortal to the dungeons. It even farms when you don’t have the game open for up to a day’s worth of grind.
Immortal Rising is truly one of the most comfortable game experiences I’ve encountered when it comes to farming. Mind you, this doesn’t mean the game is boring. I cannot count the hours I spent mindlessly upgrading everything and watching my immortal make big numbers. To build the immortal into an uber-badass and then completely obliterate the monster hordes and the bosses is the most satisfying thing in the game.
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The progression is very linear. You will not always be able to defeat a boss or clear a dungeon, but it never feels as though you’ve hit an insurmountable wall. You just need a few minutes of grinding and levelling up to be able to pass it. It’s as if you’re climbing hills and not mountains, making it less daunting and not at all frustrating. Whenever you feel stuck, level up your gear, abilities or personal stats. Besides, sometimes all that’s standing between you and the next stage is dodging manually, so keep that in mind.
Don’t think that seemingly pointless grind has no purpose. After you reach Class A Awakening, you’ll be able to become part of a guild and test your character in PvP combats. And let me tell you, that sure is an awakening. Your character won’t be half as built as you think he is. As soon as you enter, you’ll find yourself in the underground of the classifiers. Additionally, there’s a chat system where you can talk to your guild members or other players and ask for advice.
The Cost of Awakening
For a free-to-play, Immortal Rising is one of the friendlier ones, especially for beginners. You get a lot of materials, missions, passes and quests that will provide tons of resources. The first time you obtain weapons, rings or talismans will give you currency. From time to time, you get in-game emails with materials, there are lots of events and, well, you get the gist. You will have plenty of resources available to you that will spare you the need to pay for them.
However, if that’s not enough for you, you can watch ads when you want even more rewards or if you don’t want to spend on summons. You’ll get a certain number of free summons a day by watching ads. You can also watch them by doubling the rewards you get by completing daily missions. Besides, there’re four altars you can activate by watching ads that buff your character for a set amount of time. These altars can be levelled up by having them active while defeating monsters, so a win-win. Once you spend those, there are no more ads until the next day. Do keep in mind that watching the ads is one hundred per cent optional, so you don’t have to watch them at all. You can spend currency to make more invocations and buy access keys to the dungeons or pay real money if you wish to make everything even easier. You will get plenty of in-game currency, so don’t worry about spending it.
The End of the Journey
As idle games go, this is easily one of my favorites. The constant level-up hit my dopamine receptors just right. Even if seemingly I’m just watching the immortal fight an endless battle, I’m still enjoying it. Constantly annihilating enemies is extremely satisfying. You can try out a wide range of weapons, skills, talismans and pets to build your character the ways you want. The grind doesn’t feel like a grind, there are no ads unless you want them, and it caters to casual and competitive players alike. The offline recollection system is simply phenomenal. And if you are actually looking for a challenge, the PvP will undoubtedly give you one. Definitely try Immortal Rising if you want a rapid-growth RPG that requires a low time investment but still offers a challenge.
Is a God-like Super Saiyan tripe S tier Immortal considered Hardcore?
Great game for casual and competitive players. If you’re a dopamine chasing rat, the leveling system will have you hooked.