Star Wars Force Arena: How to Get More Credits / Coins Fast (Guide)

Coins or as they are called in the game – Credits are extremely important in Star Wars: Force Arena and you will never have enough, especially later on as you progress through the game. This is the basic currency which is mainly used to upgrade your cards, but you can also spend some in order to buy more cards or switch cards at the trader.

In this article, I am going to share a complete guide on how to get more Credits in Star Wars: Force Arena and share all the methods to make more money in order to quickly upgrade your deck. It’s not going to be anything out of the ordinary and most likely you already know about all these methods – but it’s worth reading in case there’s something you don’t know already because you can always use some extra coins in the game.

So let’s not waste any time and let’s check out below our guide to getting more Credits in Star Wars: Force Arena!

1. Complete the missions
As you saw in our guide to the Star Wars: Force Arena missions, you get a nice amount of Credits for completing some of them. The same goes for completing the Limited Time missions, so you should always keep an eye on the requirements and play to complete all sets of available missions in order to score some easy Credits.

2. Log in daily
The game rewards players with daily log in bonuses, including Credits – so it’s wise to try and log in every day, even if you don’t manage to play daily. But if you log in daily, you can still reap on the benefits from the rewards – and there’s more, as you will see below.

3. Open card packs
There are various types of card packs that you can open in the game. You get a free pack every 4 hours and you can stack a maximum of 3 of these and each rewards you with some credits. Opening Victory Packs (which you earn from winning battles) will also reward you with a bunch of free credits depending on the type of Card Pack you’re working on, as well as the Play Pack which are earned for playing the required numbers of games every 24 hours.

All in all, just logging in to the game and starting to unlock packs/collecting the free ones will reward you not only with a lot of cards, but also free Credits to improve your decks. And if all else fails, you can always spend Crystals to buy some more packs!

4. Tier Rewards
Star Wars: Force Arena has 7 Tiers, each separated into 3 divisions. Your ranking here is based on the Points you get from winning battles in the game. Every two weeks, the ratings are reset but before that, you get the Season’s rewards based on the Tier you were in at the end of the two weeks/season. Obviously, the higher your Tier, the better the rewards – including free Credits, so do your best to rank as high as possible every two weeks.

5. Play battles

UPDATE: This method no longer works. You only receive Credits for Victories now.

For every battle that you take part in, you will be rewarded with a small amount of Coins. The numbers are indeed low compared to the prices of the upgrades as you progress through the game, but there are no limits on how many battles you can play each day, so simply starting a battle and losing it – and doing this over and over again – will reward you with some coins. However, you will lose your Tier rankings, so do this only when you’re not ranked highly.

6. Buy Credits
Definitely the fastest method to get a ton of Credits quickly is to purchase them. You need to spend Premium Currency on that and, obviously, the more you spend, the more Credits you get per Crystal. So if you are really in a big need of Credits, try to make a larger purchase in order to maximize your gains.

Finally, there might be special events and rewards in the future and the only way to know about them is to play the game regularly and log in daily. So make sure you do so!

If you have other methods of making more Credits in Star Wars: Force Arena, don’t hesitate to let us know by sharing a comment below!

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