How To Access Raid Mode In Ultimate Tower Defense

Raid mode has been added to Ultimate Tower Defense, and we've got the way to get it!
Ulimate Tower Defense Raids Entrance
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Raid mode is a new mode that’s been added to Ultimate Tower Defense (UTD). It’s a lot harder than the other modes, and there’s a good reason to be intimidated since there’s not much information given before you start if you can find it. Below, we’ll show you how to access raid mode and anything you’ll need to know about it.

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Ultimate Tower Defense – How to Access Raid Mode

To play Raid Mode in Ultimate Tower Defense, you need to reach level 100 or higher. Once you reach this level, go to the gray ring area next to the battle mode, right next to the Play area. It will say “Raids” in big letters in the air. As long as you meet the level requirement, you will be let in. Keep in mind that this is a quick learning environment, and there will be no tutorial given before you’re put up against the Raids.

In Raid Mode, you become one of three summoners, and your job is to stop enemies from entering the portals on the outside of the large middle circle. They will keep coming, and you will need to summon your armies to help defend the portals. You are given your own health bar, but your allies will also have theirs.

Ulimate Tower Defense Raids In Action
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This game mode is a lot like playing against other people, but with a twist: instead of fighting against real players, you join forces with two friends to battle computer-controlled enemies. Your defenders come out of the portals, all set to stop the incoming foes. If you fail, then you lose, and because the damage amount is put up, you can see exactly who isn’t doing their job.

Since this is a new game feature, you might meet players who are still learning how Raid Mode works. Some teammates might need time to understand the game’s details, so patience is important for a good experience.

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Jorge A. Aguilar

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