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Marvel Snap Conquest Mode Tips: How To Farm Infinity Tickets

Here are out top tips to do well in Marvel Snap's Conquest Mode!
Marvel Snap Conquest Mode Tips: How To Farm Infinity Tickets

Marvel Snap's Conquest Mode is finally here, and players are quickly discovering how difficult it is to win multiple games in a row. Tactics and decks that work on the standard Marvel Snap ranked ladder don't necessarily lend themselves to well when it comes to playing the same opponent multiple times in a row. 

In order to reach the heights of Conquest Mode Infinity, players will need to switch up their strategy and their deck list. That's where we come in. 

This article will cover several tips and tricks you can use to help you start farming Infinity tickets in Marvel Snap's Conquest Mode. 

Marvel Snap Conquest Mode Tips: How To Farm Infinity Tickets

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Compete in Conquest Mode to earn medals. (Picture: Nuverse)

As mentioned, Conquest Mode involves playing the same opponent multiple times in a row with the same deck. Instead of playing for cubes, players have a total of ten health points, and snapping will increase the amount of HP you wager with each match. The aim of the game is to deplete your opponent's health bar. Here are some tips that will help you get started in Conquest Mode. 

Multiple Win Conditions

It is important to play decks in Conquest Mode with multiple win conditions or decks that do not lose to a single tech card like Killmonger or Shang-Chi. This is because you cannot just retreat from a bad matchup in Conquest Mode and move on to the next game. If you queue into a counter pick, you have to have some way to combat that. Decks with multiple win conditions are great for avoiding blowout games without a single win. 

Avoid Surprise Decks

Surprise decks are great for the competitive ladder of Marvel Snap. Decks with weird off-meta strategies and surprise cards are excellent at snagging eight cube victories from an unsuspecting opponent. However, in Conquest Mode, this surprise will likely only work once. If you are lucky enough to snag eight cubes, then good for you, but if you only manage to grab two or four, your opponent will now know your whole strategy and the surprise is gone. 

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Spend medals to earn exclusive rewards. (Picture: Nuverse)

Get Out Of The Proving Grounds ASAP

The Proving Grounds can be entered an unlimited number of times, so there is not really any incentive to try super hard here. A lot of players have entered into what feels like a courtesy Snap, where both will snap on the first turn and then whoever loses will concede. If you go down to one HP while your opponent is still full, just concede and move on if you are in the Proving Grounds.

Be Wary Of Top Meta Decks

This might seem a little polarizing considering an earlier tip recommended avoiding off-meta decks, but all things should come in moderation. While you shouldn't base your whole strategy on a single surprise, you shouldn't rely too heavily on the most obvious deck list that every player is running. If you are too predictable, your opponents can exploit that. You should also be aware of what the most popular deck is in the format, as you are likely to run into it... a lot.

And those are all our tips to dominate in Conquest Mode. 

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