Welcome to quickgamer’s Dungeon Hunter 4 walkthrough for beginners. Graphics are sure what improved the most in the entire Dungeon Hunter sage, the gameplay style remains quite similar.
Choosing a Character Class
Battleworn: Excels at close-range combat and at dealing with several enemies at a time. Battleworn fight with two-handled swords and regain Energy by getting hit by enemies. [Blademaster Strategy Guide]
Blademaster: Master of melee and 1-on-1 combat, dealing high critical damage. Blademasters fight with short swords and regain energy by attacking enemies. [Blademaster Strategy Guide]
Sentinel: Deadly accurate elite archer of the Valen army. Sentinels excel at long-range and 1-on-1 combat, and quickly regain Energy passively. [Sentinels Strategy Guide]
Warmage: Excels and long-range combat and at fighting several enemies at once. Warmages fight with staves and quickly regain Energy passively. [Warmage Strategy Guide]
You can also pick between male and female heroes on the right sidebar of the hero selection screen, below the description. You can delete a character from this same menu, simpy tap on the character and then tap on the delete, on the right sidebar.
They should have really left a bit more character space when picking your name, since it seems very short.
So which is the best class in Dungeon Hunter 4?.
When gaining a level, your character’s stats will increase. You will also receive a skill point that you can use to acquire or upgrade a skill.
Directional Pad. Used to move the character, and to face a direction when performing skills.
Action Button. Used to perform basic attacks, initiate dialogs and interact with objects (changes from weapon to hand when the latter are available)
Skill Button. Used to perform the active skill assigned to each button.
Spirit Spell Button. Used to perform the spirit spell assigned to it.
Potion Button: used to consume a health potion.
Social Button: Opens your Friend List
Mini-Map: Opens the Dungeon Map Menu
Character Button: Opens the Character Menu.
You will find regular chets in levels, some of them are clearly visible and some others are hidden in passages that would not visit when heading directly towards your objective. Bosses also drop elite chests.
A mission is a small quest that is available in some levels. Each of these levels contains a set of 3 missions. In some of them each set has its own Difficulty levels: Normal and Elite You will automatically receive a reward after completing a mission.
Additional quest-givers will appear along your way, these NPCs have a big blue ! mark on top of their heads. These quests are sort of challenge missions that you have to finish right after you accept them.
You have 3 types of Skills. Active Skills, Passive Skills and Spirit Skills. Tap on your character profile and then tap on the Skills tab to access the menu.
Active Skills: Skills that you can perform once they are assigned to one of the three Skill buttons. Each skill costs Energy to use.
Passive Skills: these skills have a persistent effect when assigned to a passive skill slot and don’t cost energy. You can only have four passive skills applied at once. They can be changed at any time in the skill menu.
Spirit Spells: Very powerful skills. Only the skill assigned to the Spirit Spell button can be used. You only have 1 spirit spell can be active at any time and the cool-down after being used is much longer than the one of active skills.
Skill Points: Used to level up unlocked skills and Spirit Spells. You gain 1 Skill Point every time your character levels up.
Adding skill points to skills improves them.
To equip a skill, you have to drag it to a slot on the Mapping Screen.
You can also win Skill Points by playing the Wheel of Fate. [you can get up to 2 free spins at the Wheel of Fate every day by playing cooperative matches]
Arcana: Directly influences Energy-related statistics. Affects: Max Energy and Regeneration.
Power: Directly influences Damage-related statistics. Affects: Base Damage and Critical Damage
Fortitude: Directly influences Health-related statistics. Affects: Max Health and Health regeneration
Agility: Directly influences Movement-related statistics. Affects: Dodge Rating, Critical Chance and Attack Speed.
These attributes are increased when the character levels up and when using elixirs or scrolls
The more slots you have, the more items you can carry in your inventory. Unfortunately, it costs 10 gems to get +2 inventory slots. Sell low-level equipment oftenly to have enough inventory space for new item drops.
Weapon: Increases your damage when equipped. Weapons can have from 0 to 3 charm sockets, and have one of the following ratings: Average, Fine, Masterwork and Legendary.
Armor: increases your maximum health. They can have the same amount of charm sockets as weapons and the ratings is the same.
rings: Hard to find, but very valuable and powerful. They increase different statistics than do armor and weapons, such as XP gain. You can only have 1 ring equipped at a time.
Potions: Consumables with effects that persist for a specific amount of time, from 1 hour to 1 day. You will receive 1 Health Potion every few hours up to a maximum of 3 potions. You can also buy them in the shop.
Elixirs and Books: Consumables with effects that last forever once used.
Some weapon drops have charms on them. You can indeed remove charms from items and that costs gold, the amount varies depending on the weapon level.
What are Charms?. Small items which provide a boost to your statistics when merged with an item equipped with sockets. Charms come in 4 different shapes;
- Circle: Power, fortitude, agility, arcana and essence
- Triangle: Nature, Fire, Mind, Perception and ghost
- Square: heart, soul wisdom, bandit and scavenger
- Star: blessing, soldier, winter, storm and monk
You can merge 2 identical charms of the same level. It’ll create a stronger version of the same type.
From the World Map menu, you can travel directly to any location you’ve discovered by tapping on its flag. The flags represent the location’s game mode. Some can be played solo; some with other players. Solo Arena/ Co-Op Level, Player vs Player, and Cp-Op Arena.
The downward-pointing orange arrow indicates your current locations. The glow surrounding a flag indicates your current quest objective location.
You can join or host multiplayer games by tapping the Multiplayer button.
You can review and track Quest objectives from the Dungeon Map. the orange arrow represents your position in the dungeon. You can see your current Quest objective by tapping on the quest title. when you tap on the main quest title, you are taken to the area, that shows a yellow spot that indicates where to go next. Of course, if the Area has not been explored, you will only see the blinking yellow spot. Once you close the mini-map you will see a small orange arrow on the mini-map on the top-right corner of the screen pointing toward your Quest Objective.
If you see a red dot circled with a star-shape icon, it means there’s an elite enemy in that spot.
Green dots indicate NPCs waiting for you to interact and possibly ending or starting a quest.
You can craft items by using materials. Tap on the Character button and then on the Crafting Menu Tab (Smith icon) to access it.
In this menu, you can craft weapons, helmets, armor, gloves, and boots with materials that you gather during your journey. To craft, simply seleect an item and then tap the Make button. You can craft an item only when you have the required amount of materials. You can also convert materials into other types to craft even better items by tapping the Transmute button. Transmuting works by transforming certain elements into others, which are certainly harder to find. Below is the transmute table; .
- 3x Black Iron = 1 dragolith
- 3x dragolith = 1 Ancient Crystal
- 3x ancient crystal = 1 Voidstone
At the end of each area/zone, you will have to fight a Boss. Some classes have advatanges against different type of bosses depending if they are Melee or Ranged fightes. After you are done with the Boss, a Teleport will be opened to take you to the location to finish the main quest.
You can check out what your friends are up to by tapping the Social button in the World Map at the bottom of the HUD.
Special tasks which you can complete in order to earn rewards.
Daily Challenges: Challenges which you must complete before the end of the day in order to win a reward.
Weekend Challenges: challenges which you have the weekend to compete in order to win a reward. If you complete the challenge on the first day, you will be able to replay it again but will earn a different reward by doing so.
Wheel of Fate
Spin the wheel to win powerful prizes! Each star you land on provides bigger rewards. Skulls will end the game, but you can pay gems to re-spin. Spin the Free Wheel once a day, or spend some gems to earn bigger prizes on the Silver and Gold Wheels.
You can adjust multiple aspects of the game;
- Language: sets the language of the game.
- Combat text: toggles the scrolling combat text (shows only your text, all players’s texts or none))
- SFX Volume Bar: Adjusts the volume of the music.
- Push Notification: toggles push notifications sent by the game when it is not running.
- Controls: customizes the location of the control buttons
- Free-for-All: Eliminate all opponents. The first player to reach the required number of kills, or the player who has the most kills, wins the match.
- Team Deathmatch: team-based competitive mode. the first team to reach the required number of kills, or the team that has the most kills, wins the match.
- Cooperative Levels: levels which can be played solo or with other players.
- Ethernal Battle: survival-oriented cooperative level where players must fight waves of enemies until they all die. Available only after completing the Single-Player campaign
Available only to players who are hosting a multiplayer match. Arena: sets the arena for the match. The host can only select arenas that he/she has unlocked in the single-player campaign. Game Mode option sets the mode for the multiplayer match. Wave Start for eternal battles only sets the wave at which the match will start. Difficulty (for cooperative levels only) sets the match’s difficulty level. Create: creates the match and lobby with the host’s specifications.
Shows a list of your friends from the following social networks: Facebook, game center and gameloft LIVE.
Game Invitation: Sends an invitation to the selected friend to join a multiplayer game session.
Send Gift: sends a random gift to the selected friend.
Join Game: Sends you directly to the selected friend’s multiplayer match.
Open Game Invitation: opens a game invitation message sent by a friend.
You can access the shop by tapping on your character profile and then the shop tab. In the shop you can buy weapons, armor, vanity gear, consumable sand enchanted rings. You can also purchase gems which can be converted into gold when needed. As you level up and progress through the game, check back for more powerful items or exclusive sales.
Dungeon Hunter 4 FAQs and Tips
- How to get to the main menu of the game? . Simply go the World Map to see the main menu and all the options located exclusively there.
- How do you create another character?. Can you have multiple characters at the same time?.
- The wheel of fate can be found at the main menu, and only the bronze lottery is free. You need to pick between the items that result of the lottery session. Claiming the prize ends the lottery session. You can come back within 24 hours again for a free spin.
- Where can I find the challenges?. Challenges can be found in the “News” section, in the main game menu.
Yes, you can get multiple characters in the same account. Tap on your character’s profile and then tap on the character tab >> finally tap on the “create new hero” button
[box type=”download”]You can leave your gameloft username below so other players can add you to the list and make multiplayer levels much easier to play.[/box]