Dragon Ball: The Breakers Survivors Cheats
Create Your Loadout
Before you start a match, you should create a Survivor Kit. The build consists of your active skills, passive skills, and D-Forms.
|Skill Type||How It Helps You|
|Active||Skills you activate, but they have cooldowns. You have offensive, defensive, and movement options. The offensive options help you attack the raider, such as Solar Flare or Kaioken Rush. Defensive protects you or your teammates, such as using the Smoke Screen to avoid lock-on. Movement lets you traverse the map using a Grappling Hook or the Saiyan Escape Pod.|
|Passive||These activate under certain conditions but usually don’t have a cooldown. For example, you can use a Hovering Device to glide or Wall Kick to gain height.|
|D-Change||The different forms you take of Dragon Ball characters. You assign each character to three different levels. For example, if you assign Goku to level three, you’ll use his power when you activate a level three D-Change.|
Tip: You can create multiple loadouts and pick whichever you want to use before a match.
Prioritize Power Keys, Civilians, Then Dragon Balls
You’ll have to prioritize some essential items from chests to win games and meet those conditions. Each game has five power keys to activate the super time machine. Since they matter the most, you’ll want to make them your top priority.
You’ll come across civilians, so make them your second-highest priority. Otherwise, the raider will kill them and become more powerful. If you help them escape, they’ll give you Power Charge cubes to increase your D-Change level.
If your team collects all seven Dragon Balls, you can summon Shenron to power up one character or your entire party. However, the raider can steal them from you and summon Shenron, so you’ll have to avoid contact with the enemy. They’re important if you plan to defeat the raider, so go for them if you think you can’t power the super time machine.
Tip: You can find radars around the map to help you get these items. For example, if you find a Power Key radar, you can figure out the location of the power key within range. The same applies to Civilian and Dragon Ball radars. Your radars combine into one and don’t count as an item, so always get them.
Consider Your Items
You’ll also come across one-time-use items as you travel around the map. However, you can only carry two of them at a time, so you’ll have to think about your circumstances and pick the most useful ones for the situation.
|Item Name||What It Does||When To Keep It|
|Vegeta’s Gloves/Rocket Launchers||Shoot a projectile to stun and harm the raider.||When you plan to fight the raider or create a distraction.|
|Barrier Recovery Device||Restores your barrier, so you can take more hits before you get knocked down.||When you expect to run into the raider soon or use it immediately if you need to restore your barrier.|
|Senzu Beans||Instantly revive yourself or a teammate.||Avoid using it on yourself since you can only get knocked down twice before dying. Instead, use it on teammates in tight situations.|
|Cooldown Drinks||Restore your D-Change charge time.||When you plan to fight, or use it immediately when you recently used a D-Change.|
|Scouter||Look around the area and find the raider. It’s the only item you can use multiple times.||Use it if you struggle to keep track of the Raider.|