Asphalt 9

Asphalt 9: A Beginner’s Guide *2021*

Getting Started

Firstly, after you’ve downloaded the game, you’ll be taken through the game’s intuitive TouchDrive system.

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IMPRESSIVE VISUALS: The game looks amazing on all devices!

This enables you to play without having to do too much at all, simply select when you want to drift or use nitro.

As well as this, the game will ask you to select a path at each ‘junction’. Should there be a ramp and a road to take, you’ll have to swipe according to which one you want to use.

Moving Forward

The next major step is getting started with your first car. This will be the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution.

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TIME TO GAME: TouchDrive makes playing the game incredibly easy!

You’ll start with 15,000 credits, so we recommend getting a few upgrades in on your car. You won’t need those credits to unlock new cars in future (more on that later).

Now, get started with you career and start earning some cars you really want to race in!

Start Your Engines

The next step is to get playing! In the career mode of the game, you’ll have certain flags with objectives assigned to them.

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SWITCH IT UP: You can also get the game on Nintendo Switch!

Completing these will earn blueprints (the new way of unlocking cars) and credits.

There are also Daily Objectives and wider career achievements. We highly recommending completing these.

Not only will you earn tokens, the game’s premium currency, you’ll also earn more blueprints. This will help later down the line when you’re looking for your first S-Tier car!

Ready for Racing!

So, that’s our Beginner’s Guide. The game is a great arcade racer, so don’t focus too much on the realism.

As you progress, there are many cars for you to unlock, and singleplayer as well as multiplayer modes.

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Best Class D Cars in Asphalt 9

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Let’s have a look at the recent changes and in my opinion this is the order of the Class D cars right now:

  1. Porsche 911 Targa
  2. Dodge Challenger Hemi
  3. Ford Shelby GT350R
  4. Ginetta G60
  5. Lotus Elise
  6. Porsche 718 Cayman
  7. Chevrolet Camaro GS
  8. DS e-Tense
  9. Volkswagen XL Sport
  10. Nissan 370Z NISMO
  11. Mitsubishi Lancer Evo
  12. BMW Z4

I think it’s not that much of a surprise that the Z4 is the worst car here and the Lancer and 370Z aren’t that much better in my opinion.

For me the Lotus Elise is ranked a little higher than the Porsche 718 Cayman for the reason that there are several tracks where the Lotus simply performs better, e.g. Carribean to name one.

With the release of the Ginetta I thought it will dominate but I actually founds that it’s not that superior but still a very solid car in Class D.

The Dodge and the Ford are actually pretty much the same and I wouldn’t start any discussion about it because they are so close to each other that we can say both of them are second-best in this class.

The crown in the D Class is for sure for the Porsche 911 Targa simply because it has the highest top speed and a skilled player will dominate every track with this car.

Best Class C Cars in Asphalt 9

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Let’s move on to Class C and there hasn’t been much changes lately:

  1. Vencer Sarthe
  2. Acura NSX
  3. Pinifarina H2
  4. Maserati Alfieri
  5. BMW M4 GTS
  6. Mercedes-Benz AMG
  7. Dodge Viper ACR
  8. Rezvani Beast X
  9. Lotus Evora Sport
  10. Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
  11. BWM 3.0 CSL Hommage
  12. Dodge Challenger SRT8

Since the last nerf the Challenger is last and actually just a pretty useless car overall. The Camaro is decent on some tracks but that’s actually not enough to rank it higher on this list, in my opinion.

The AMG and the M4 are actually pretty decent choices, especially when looking at the point where you can get them in Asphalt 9. They are not that easy to drive but in the hands of a skilled driver they can perform quite well.

The Vencer Sarthe is still the best car when looking at the times. I know the nitro efficiency is not that great but the top speed and handling make up for that in the long run.

Best Class B Cars in Asphalt 9

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Let’s have a look at Class B now and there have been some changes lately

  1. Apollo N
  2. Lamborghini Huracan
  3. Chevrolet Corvette GS
  4. Mercedes Benz SLR
  5. Sin R1
  6. Ferrari F12tdf
  7. SCG 003S
  8. Ferrari 488 GTB
  9. Cadillac Cien
  10. Lamborghini Asterion
  11. Ford GT
  12. Exotic Rides W70
  13. Jaguar F-Type
  14. Aston Martin DB11
  15. Porsche 911 GTS

I think the last places don’t need some extra words here as they are simply the weakest cars in Class B.

The Cadillac Cien does outrank the Lamborghini Asterion in my opinion because it has a higher top speed and with some skill, it can do better overall on most tracks.

For the Mercedes Benz SLR, Sin R1 and Ferrari F12tdf you can let me know in the comments if you agree, for me they are similar although different when it comes to stats. I’d always pick the Sin R1 over the F12tdf for sure. The SLR has better handling but lower top speed but I found that it can still beat both, the F12tdf and the Sin R1 on most tracks so I ranked it higher.

The Apollo N is the best car although the Huracan is able to beat it on some tracks – both are great cars but the Apollo is still slightly better overall if you ask me.

Best Class A Cars in Asphalt 9

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Now we’re getting to the second-highest class in Asphalt 9 and there are some changes recently that made me come up with this ranking:

  1. Genty Akylone
  2. Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
  3. Pagani Huayara BC
  4. McLaren 570S
  5. Porsche 918
  6. VLF Force One
  7. Lamborghini Aventador J
  8. Ferrari 812 Superfast
  9. Lamborghini Aventador SV
  10. McLaren P1
  11. Ferrari LaFerrari
  12. Dodge Viper GTS
  13. Ferrari J50
  14. Aston Martin Vulcan
  15. Nissan GT NISMO

I think places 9 to 15 are pretty close to each other and I think you could discuss with me one or another placement there. Still, I think overall those cars are placed that low for a reason and looking at the total times on events you won’t see them in the top lists that much anyway.

The Ferrari 812 Superfast is better than the Aventador SV for sure just because of the stats but overall the Aventador J is stronger.

The Porsche 918 and the VLF Force One used to be superior in Class A and very similar when it comes to performance overall and if you did upgrade them enough they are still a viable option. I think the Porsche 918 is a little bit better because of the better acceleration that will give you an edge on shorter tracks.

The McLaren 570S has the highest top speed in Class A in Asphalt 9 but you can only use that efficiently on the longer tracks so I ranked it lower than the Pagani. The LaFerrari Aperta is slightly stronger than the Pagani and the Akylone is the best choice right now in Class A on most tracks. It’s just about raw stats.

Best Class S Cars in Asphalt 9

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Alright, let’s go over the fastest class now and I think this is what we can discuss most on:

  1. Koenigsegg Jesko
  2. Bugatti Chiron
  3. Koenigsegg Regera
  4. Trion Nemesis
  5. W Motos Fenyr Supersport
  6. Zenvo TS1
  7. Lamborghini Terzo Millenio
  8. W Motors Lykan Hypersport
  9. Icona Vulcano
  10. Lamborghini Egoista
  11. Ferrari FXX-K
  12. Lamborghini Centenario

Place 12 to 7 are pretty clear when looking at the stats in my opinion and those are also the cars that get the worst times compared to the other ones.

The Zenvo TS1 is pretty strong but has a poor nitro efficiency so I had no other option than potting it on place 6.

The Trion Nemesis appears a lot stronger now and there are tracks where it can actually beat the Koenigsegg Regera so for that reason I have it on 4th place.

The Chiron used to be the best car but since the release of the Jesko it’s simply not the best car in Class S in Asphalt 9 anymore. It has a slightly worst acceleration and nitro efficiency than the Chiron but the handling is so much better than you can pull off better times consistently with better top speed.

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How to Get More Free Credits

Since credits are needed for every performance upgrade you make to any car, you’re never really going to have enough of them. The more cars you have and the better they become, the more pronounced this need will be, as every level of upgrade carries a higher cost.

Fortunately, you get credits with every race you run, but there are ways to speed up your earning power. The first thing to look for is My Career races that have multiple goals. Every goal you hit in a race earns you a flag, which can help unlock more solo seasons, but beyond that, every one also carries a credit reward. Knocking out three flags in one race brings three times the credits, so prioritizing those races is a good idea. While you are in My Career, make sure to check out the map of your current season as there are occasionally nodes you will unlock that give you a quick infusion of credits.

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The other place to earn some quick faux cash is in Daily Events, where you will see races for each class of car that yields credits as a reward. If you can beat the best target time, you can actually win yourself four different credit rewards from just one race, so it pays to have a car in each class that you have maxed out in terms of performance just for this reason alone.

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How to download on PC?

You can download the game to your PC from the official website of the developer or from the Microsoft Windows 10 store.

Minimum system requirements. Your computer must meet these requirements for the stable operation of the game:

  • RAM – over 2 GB,
  • Free space on the hard drive – over 2 GB,
  • Intel Pentium III processor no older than ten years,
  • OS Windows 7, 8, 9.1, 10, architect 32-bit or 64-bit,
  • Installed emulator.

How to download the emulator? Asphalt 9: Legends performed well on the Bluestax emulator. To install the emulator:

  1. Follow the link to the Bluestax website at the beginning of this article. Click on the red button “Download Asphalt 9: Legends on PC”;
  2. Install the downloaded file to your computer.
  3. In the window that appears, enter your username and password from your Google Play account to save progress.
  4. Open the Google Play Market and download the game. The Google Play Market icon will be on the main screen
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How to Unlock More Cars for Free

Along with TouchDrive, perhaps the biggest change for Asphalt veterans is how you acquire cars in Asphalt 9. Forget about saving up money to buy them, as the key to unlocking new cars and ranking up the ones you have is now in the hands of a card system. Car cards are called blueprints, and you’ll need different amounts of them to unlock and then to rank up each car. There are positives and negatives to it: The undeniable randomness of the gacha-esque mechanic means you won’t always be working on the cars you might want most, but it also adds a feeling of progression toward multiple cars at any given time that some players will definitely appreciate.

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It’s going to be tempting to splash some cash as the game is good about throwing deals at you to simply buy cars, but if you’re patient, you can grind out a whole bunch of them over time and even unlock about four or five in your first couple of hours with the game. Here are all the ways to earn blueprints we’ve found so far:

  • Take full advantage of My Career mode: The main solo mode in Asphalt 9 will yield you car blueprints on a regular basis. Be sure to take note of the goals for each race, as some levels have multiple tasks to complete before you receive the blueprints they are offering. Not all cars’ blueprints are in My Career, but you’ll find a nice variety from several different tiers. And the mode is huge, too, enough to occupy you for weeks even if you play like a fiend.
  • Participate in Daily Events: Once you progress enough to access them, the Daily Events tab is something you’ll definitely want to visit … well, daily. Each weekday has an event with blueprints up for grabs from a different car class, and on weekends, you’ll find them for all classes. The Daily Car Loot is especially worth playing every day, as you race solo against the clock for the chance to earn blueprints from different classes depending on what you drive in it.
  • Join a Club and work with other players on milestones: Clubs are the Asphalt term for guilds, and you’ll want to join one even if you aren’t into social interaction in your mobile games. Over the course of each Club season, every member earns reputation points for any race they enter, with the Club’s total reputation unlocking rewards at certain milestones. Every few milestones will grant blueprints for an epic upper tier car, so there’s no good reason not to band together.
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  • Try your hand at Multiplayer: Asphalt 9 offers live multiplayer racing with up to eight players per race, with all the bells and whistles that you’d expect: leaderboards, a ranking system and seasonal rewards among them. However, even if you’re complete pants at PvP racing, you can earn up to three different packs of blueprints per day simply by attempting multiplayer races. The key is either to “git gud” and win races, since you’ll earn three cups for a win, but you’ll get one cup just for playing (and two for coming in second, which we also like to call “first loser”). Earn enough cups in an hour and you’ll get that free blueprint pack.
  • Open card packs in the Shop: The shop will give you a free pack of blueprint cards every four hours — and unlock some mobile games, they don’t stack, so checking in every four hours is the way to go here. You can also spend your premium currency, called Tokens in this game, for Premium Packs that have an additional chance at rare cars. You can also get less rare cards, because gacha. Either way, even more common blueprints can be helpful for ranking up the cars you unlock in My Career, so it’s worth saving up 65 Tokens when you’re able.
  • Cherry pick individual blueprints in the Legend Store: Adjacent to the card packs in the Shop is the Legend Store, which offers a rotating selection of car blueprints every few hours. Some you can buy for credits (a lot of credits), others will cost you Tokens. The trick here is that you need to spend more currency for each successive blueprint, so it’s not very cost effective for more than the first one or two. Still, it’s an option that’s out there for you.
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How to Gain More Fuel

There should be much rejoicing at the fact that Asphalt 9 does not have an overarching energy system that controls how much you can play in one session. What it does have, though, is in some ways a bit worse, because each car in your collection had its own separate supply of gas, which tops out at six units. That means you can only play six races with any given car until you either wait for the gas to refill or take action to get more right away.

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You have multiple options for doing the latter. The first is to speed up the time you need to wait by paying Tokens, or, since we’re trying to keep it free here, by agreeing to watch ads. Depending on the length of the refill time, you may have to watch more than one ad, but whenever you’ve satisfied the requirement, your entire fuel tank gets filled, so it’s not all that bad, all things considered.

(There’s probably also a limit to how many videos you can watch in one day, but we haven’t run into that yet.)

If all the vehicles in your garage are running low on gas, the thing you’ll want to try to do is rank up your reputation, as each time you level your profile up, you get a fuel refill for every car, no matter how many you own. Obviously, this is a pretty nice reward, and since you get reputation points for literally every race you enter, solo or multiplayer, you’re constantly working on this at all times.

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Asphalt 9: Top 5 Tips And Tricks

#1 Customize Your Driving Controls

One of the first things that users need to take care of is their driving controls in the settings. There are multiple ways players can go about this depending on their comfortability. You can start off by experimenting and seeing which suits you best. Once you find the right controls, stick to them and let your muscle memory take it to the next level gradually.

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You can opt for the Touchdrive option to just race tapping a few interactive buttons. This is easier and helps players focus on the track. However, if you are someone who has always like the classic way of playing Asphalt, you can opt for gyro driving. The gyro does make it more complex but, does retain the conventional way of playing the game. One can also use on-screen steering and acceleration controls to play the game.

#2 Optimizing The Nitro Usage

One of the best ways to bag that first place is by knowing when to use nitro and when not to. If you conserve nitro and time its usage perfectly, the game is yours. From maintaining speed in long stretches to overtaking that persistent first place holder, using nitro at the right time can make a big difference.

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#3 Collecting Flags

Collecting flags is of crucial importance in Asphalt 9 as it helps players in progressing season on season. Moreover, it helps players earn more game modes as well which sustains the fun of it. Furthermore, 10 flags gives players access to the ‘Clubs’ section of the game where you can connect with your friends. 15 flags gives players access to ‘Limited Time Races’ which offer amazing prizes that no other mode can give you. Additionally, 20 flags gives players access to the ‘Multiplayer’ section which allows you to compete with players from across the globe. This makes the game highly competitive but at the same allows players to get better at the game.

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#4 Upgrading Cars

Upgrading cars to the highest possible level gives you that advantage of winning a race. Coming up with the right mixture of speed, handling, acceleration and nitro is what can help you win a race. It is not always about speed but a balance of all these elements which takes your game to the next level.

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#5 Replaying Races For More Cash

It is important to replay races even if you have won it before. Replaying races offers players with the opportunity to get more cash. Moreover, it also acts as a great way to practice for tough races in the future.

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Never Played an Asphalt ? Here’s What You Need to Know

Asphalt 9 makes no bones about the fact that the driving you’re doing bears no resemblance to real life, in case the hints we dropped about the tornado and the earthquake weren’t clear on that score. This is high energy, full bore arcade racing with an emphasis on tons of boost and outrageous jumps and other tricks. The first thing you’ll need to orient yourself with is the nitro button, because you’ll be using it often. Your nitro meter is at the top of the screen, and you fill it by running into bottles, doing tricks (including jumps or 360) or by using the button on the opposite side of the screen to drift through turns, which conveniently is also the fastest way through many of them. You can hit nitro any time you have any meter and get a speed boost until the meter runs down, but you can get more speed by timing a second tap for when the meter enters a blue area. Tapping when the meter is purple creates a nitro shockwave, which is the fastest boost possible but also burns through your meter the quickest.

Racing in Asphalt 9 is also full contact, in the sense that you can physically knock other competitors out of the race briefly (they respawn pretty quickly) to get an advantage. Simply double-tap the drift button while in a nitro boost and if you time it right, you’ll do a 360 that can knock out other cars. You can also score a KO if you time a boost just right from right behind it, but of course you need to be aware of others doing the same to you, particularly in multiplayer races.

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Though the game supports both tilt and tap steering control schemes, one new and interesting feature this time out is called TouchDrive. With TouchDrive activated, the car essentially drives itself in terms of acceleration and steering, but you still need to man the drift and nitro buttons. On top of that, icons at the top of the screen will appear and tell you what track features are coming up in the next few seconds, including nitro bottles, jump ramps and shortcuts. By swiping to one side or the other, you tell the AI to head for that feature, making it a true auto-drive/full control hybrid. TouchDrive isn’t infallible, as you can still run off the road or miss long jumps if your timing is off, and it’s not going to be a match for skilled competitors in multiplayer. But it is very usable in solo modes, a big boon for beginners and a way to play and accomplish some things without too much effort on your part.

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Legends tips to guide you to victory

1. Select a control style

New Touchdrive controls make racing a breeze

With several different driving options within the game, it’s important to find the one that suits your style of play. The new Touchdrive method means that the only things you have to focus on are when you want to use your Nitro, when to drift and which path to take during the race. Simply swipe left or right on the screen. If you want a more immersive experience, tilting the device to steer and having full control of acceleration and braking is the way to go.

2. Master Nitro usage

Knowing when to use your Nitro boost makes all the difference

Mistiming your Nitro boost can often mean the difference between first and second place. You can use the Nitro normally to get a small boost of speed but the biggest possible boost is known as the Perfect Nitro. Tap the Nitro button once and wait for it to hit the small blue line before tapping it a second time to get a much longer and more powerful boost.If you’re in a situation where you’re closing in on the finish and need a more powerful boost than the Perfect Nitro, then the Pulse Nitro is the technique to use. Once you have a full Nitro bar, tap the button and tap it again at the purple line which appears just before the blue line. The Pulse Nitro offers a bigger speed boost than the Perfect Nitro which is great for that last ditch overtake.

3. Collect flags

Collect flags to unlock new game modes

Acquiring flags throughout Asphalt 9 is the way to progress from one season to the next and they can be used to unlock more game modes. Earn 10 flags and you will gain access to Clubs, Asphalt’s version of guilds. Get 15 flags and it will enable you to compete in limited-time races where you have the chance to win special prizes. These races may be harder than the ones on the campaign so make sure your car is upgraded. Once you collect 20 flags, you’ll have access to the multiplayer mode where you can compete against other racers from around the world.

4. Remember to upgrade

Upgrade your car to improve skills such as speed, handling and acceleration

Upgrading your cars is essential if you are going to be battling it out for the victory on both single and multiplayer modes. Ideally you will want to upgrade your car so it’s a few points above the recommended rating for the track you are racing on. If you want to improve the speed of the car, focus on upgrading the Top Speed and Nitro but don’t forget to upgrade the Acceleration and Handling elements of the car in order to manoeuvre the car easier on track.

5. Replay races for extra cash

Replay races to score yourself some extra bucks

The more upgrades you equip to your car, the more expensive the upgrades become so it is important to keep an eye on your finances. An easy way to make some quick money if you’re just short of your next upgrade is to replay races that you have already completed. You’ll get less money than you did the first time around but it’s a great way of getting extra cash.

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Tips and Tricks for Beginners

1. Start with TouchDrive, But Get Ready for Manual

One of the new features introduced by Asphalt 9 is the TouchDrive, which basically allows you to focus on speed without having to worry about acceleration or steering. If you’re playing the mobile version of the game on an emulator for enhanced performance, the TouchDrive system is absolutely necessary, since you cannot steer by tilting your device. Even when you’re playing on a handheld device, however, this feature can take a lot of pressure off your shoulders and allow you to have crazy fun while flying in your car.

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Playing with TouchDrive on is perfectly fine for most career and event missions in the game. If Multiplayer is your ultimate goal, though, then you will, at one point or another, need to switch to Manual. The only way to break into the top 1% for multiplayer leaderboards and events is to get off the standard lanes and use the full width of the tracks, which you can only do by manually steering your car.

2. Stunts and Drifts Charge Your Nitro

Nitro is one of your most important tools in Asphalt 9: Legends. It allows you to accelerate your car, achieve a better rank, and maintain your lead on other racers. To upgrade it, you have to use credits to improve your car, whereas to charge it, you have a few options at your disposal. These include drifting and performing stunts.

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Drifting is not only a great way to charge your Nitro, but also the best way to take many sharp turns and leave your opponents behind in the process. Even a short tap on your break can sometimes set you up for a better position once you complete a turn or perform a stunt and are about to press Nitro.

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Aside from drifting, the two stunts you can perform in Asphalt 9 are 360 turns and barrel rolls. The former charges your Nitro for about 40% and can help you change your direction, but takes quite a while to execute, so it should be used with care. Barrel rolls, on the other hand, can only be performed by hitting a curved ramp, which usually sets your car flying and can give you an advantage over other players.

3. Use the Right Type of Nitro (Don’t Just Shockwave)

There are four types of Nitro in Asphalt 9: Legends. These are:

  • Yellow Nitro. Activated by single-tapping the Nitro button, the Yellow Nitro lasts the longest, but offers the smallest speed boost. This is a great option to use when you take a gentle curve or when you’re already at max speed on a long straight lane.
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  • Blue Nitro (Perfect). Activated by tapping Nitro for a second time, when the bar crosses a blue portion, the Blue Nitro is faster than the yellow, as well as shorter in duration. This is a good option for rough terrain.
  • Orange Nitro. Activated by double-tapping, this type is even faster and shorter than the Blue Nitro. Best used when you’re about to take flight.
  • Purple Nitro (Shockwave). The fastest and coolest looking by far, Purple Nitro is a player favorite, but it isn’t always the best option to use. For example, when your car is already travelling at max speed, a Shockwave won’t improve your game significantly. In these cases, a Yellow or Blue Nitro might be more suitable, whereas the Purple Nitro can be saved for coming out of sharp turns and speeding up mid-air.
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4. Hoard Credits and Tokens

Credits, tokens, and other resources are key to your progression in Asphalt 9: Legends. Credits, for example, can be used to upgrade different aspects of your car, which you might be tempted to do as soon as you start a new game.

Keep in mind, however, that you will unlock new and better cars at a constant rate. Your first car, the Mitsubishi Lancer, for example, will be replaced as soon as you finish your first career circuit. As such, you should only upgrade cars as far as you need to in order to pass certain levels. Though credits might seem plentiful to begin with, this will no longer be the case once you unlock your first A- or S-class car, which will require exorbitant amounts of resources to upgrade.

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The same goes for your Tokens. The initial missions you complete during the first couple of career circuits will grant you a decent amount, but you shouldn’t spend them on tickets for events or refueling, which you can also obtain by watching ads.

5. Complete Career Missions for Cars

As a new player who is committed to remain F2P, you’ll have a difficult time collecting vehicle cards for the best classes in the game. In fact, completing career missions will be your single most reliable way to collect new cars, which is why you should focus on these circuits first.

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You can also grab a few free cards each day by taking part in daily single-player events. While multiplayer events are bound to give you better rewards, you’ll find that, as a fresh player, you’re constantly matched up against opponents with outrageously good cars. Don’t let this discourage you! At a slow, but steady pace, you can put together your own collection and even help out with Reputation Points for your Club.

Now that you have the basics down, you can start your adventure in Asphalt 9: Legends and rest assured that you won’t make any choices you’ll later regret. Just keep unlocking career missions to put together a decent fleet of D- and C-class cars and use both level-ups and ads to fulfil your refueling needs. By the time you actually run out of fuel, you’ll need a break anyway!