This is my THANG! I had no idea what I was doing and what the agenda was but I love this casual arena. This is where I will most likely have my first game.
This is the third tutorial out of four. The team that gets to zero first loses. Real games are 5v5 but this is 3v3. Every skill in this game is a skill shot meaning, you cannot tab-target like World of Warcraft. You have to ensure that your shots are going to hit the opponent.
Smite allows players to enable auto-purchasing of items. As you can see in the video, it does help me focus on the game and not be distracted trying to learn items. I can see this as a disadvantage as well. It can be easy to just let the game do it and not learn the items to have the best gaming experience. I like that it is there, it takes self-discipline not to become dependent on it.
And yes, I was on a mission for revenge. Interfering with my kill will result in death! I had fun. One thing about not knowing what an opponent can do…it allows for more aggressive play simply because you have no idea what you are getting yourself into!
Hi-Rez Studios released a God Pack for Smite. You will receive all the current and future gods when they launch automatically for a one-time payment of $29.99. Since free gods rotate, you have to schedule your time to practice and learn new gods. With the God Pack, I can practice and play and not have to worry, which is lovely!