Today, we’re going to give you guys the best tips and tricks to give all your Brawlers at least 500 trophies through Showdown without teaming.
I have all my Brawlers at least 500 trophies on my main account, have all my Brawlers at least 500 on a second account.
This is not to show off but also to show you guys you’re getting your information from a reliable source from someone who’s done this from time to time, getting all their Brawlers to 500 trophies easily.
I’m gonna show you guys the best tips and tricks, as well as strategies, the best strategies that you can use in Showdown to win without teaming.
Best Tips For Getting All Brawlers to 500? in Showdown!
The first thing I always do whenever I start a Showdown game is checking my surroundings.
For example, if El Primo is nearby, it will be perfect because when being Shelly, I can beat El Primo 1v1 easily. Or with tanks, like Frank, are easy matchups for Shelly, they’re gonna always keep their distance from Shelly.
So knowing your matchups is so important.
The most important thing in Showdown is to know whether you can beat those Brawlers with the Brawler that you’re using.
For Shelly, she’s a mid-range Brawler. She’s best for taking out Brawlers that have very low range, tanks like Bull, El Primo and Frank.
Besides that, remember to check the bushes to know if there’s something hiding or camping in there
And another thing is to keep awareness of other Brawlers coming from the left or behind. You also need to keep track of how many brothers are left at the top left screen.
Colt’s best matchups are Brawlers that obviously have less range than him.
Another very important thing is knowing box placements of your map. To me, knowing that you know there’s most likely a box on the bottom right to go for, rather than the box at the middle. Because the middle of the map is the riskiest place, where you can get trapped and you’re gonna have multiple Brawlers fighting for the boxes there.
The key to Showdown is to play the safest move every single time and you’re always gonna be moving up in trophies because you want to stay alive.
Showdown is about survival and you want to survive as long as possible.
For example, if I meet Shelly in the early of the game, I’ll give Shelly the 1st box because I don’t wanna risk dying.
Don’t get greedy for boxes. That’s one of the biggest tips I can give you.
If you are up against another Brawler that has the advantage, such as Shelly, you would not want to mess with her to get those boxes, it’s more important for you to stay alive.
If there are many players staying alive, like 10 Brawlers, and you have zero power, whenever you’re in this position, the best move to make is to camp. It’s not safe to move around and mess with others.
The best way to use Dynamike or Barley is to always use walls to has advantages, then you will always win games and make trophies. Another very very important tip is when you’re checking bushes, keep your distance from them.
The way to checking bush is to shoot at it, stop to check it out and then you can go toward it.
Besides that, you always need to keep an eye on their power-ups.
If they have more power-ups than you, then they got an advantage so you don’t want to mess with them, unless you can take advantage of other things (like walls, etc).
A very big tip is flashing your super. If you can flash your super and then reset it back, it’s gonna keep enemies away from you, or else they’re gonna have to pay the consequence of getting close to you.
When playing throwers like Dynamike, you also need to learn how to shoot right next to them, like right on their feet, to keep the enemies away.
Brock has the longest range.
Other Brawlers that can actually have the range like Brock is Spike with his spike attack and Gene with his splash attack, but those attacks don’t really deal much damage. Brock does so much damage with his range, which is kind of an advantage. For example, when facing Rico, as long as I use my full range, Rico can’t catch me, target me or deal much damage to me.
If there are two Brawlers or more coming toward you, you have to stay back and fend them off because you never want to get into a situation that is trapped from different directions.
Bo is a super powerful Brawler for Showdown.
You need to keep track of conflicts when one Brawler is facing another Brawler, because that is an opportunity for you to finish up the weaker Brawler.
If you find someone won the fight and got power-ups, don’t risk it.
Besides that, paying attention to know who’s dying, who’s alive, who he just killed is also important.
Pre-firing is a good option when you want to keep enemies back, but don’t want to waste your ammo on spamming. If you lose all ammo then your enemies can rush you.
Because Showdown is all about survival, you need to know about making a safe place.
It’s not about dominance, not about getting kills all the time, no, it’s about playing it safe and staying alive.
As I mentioned before, the middle of the map is the riskiest place. But when you saw boxes in the middle and no one’s there, then you can go get them. Just remember to be careful.
For Ricochet, you guys can use walls and his long range as advantages.
If you can’t see the opportunities in the situation, you can choose to get back and stay safe. Another tip is not to get distracted by the power whenever you kill someone.
Jessie is not recommended to use in Solo Showdown, she is more useful in Duo Showdown if you have a teammate to play with.
But even by those disadvantages, as long as you follow these tips you’re gonna be successful.
Jessie has a pretty same range like Colt but she does a very little damage, so if you face long-range Brawlers, you might have to a distance.
Tanks like El Primo, Bull might be tough to deal with when you don’t have your super.
That’s all of the tips for getting Showdown trophies.
I hope you guys are enjoying this article. Make sure to leave comments if you have any questions. Thank you for reading and I’ll see you guys again.