Captain Tsubasa Ace: The Complete Reroll Guide and Tips

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Captain Tsubasa: Ace has finally received its global launch, as the action-packed football journey from DeNA is already getting plenty of hype. In the game, you get to experience captivating 3D animations that vividly portray iconic characters like Tsubasa Ozora, Kojiro Hyuga, and Genzo Wakabayashi, while also offering distinct gameplay modes for your enjoyment. A part of this game is also the characters and their abilities to win you games and pulling such players at the beginning of the game becomes very important. In this Captain Tsubasa Ace reroll guide we will list down the ways that players can Reroll effectively in the game.

How to reroll efficiently in Captain Tsubasa Ace

Captain Tsubasa Ace allows you to choose and pull from a set of characters at the beginning of the game. This is extremely important as a good player at the start would help tremendously you to have a better and easier experience to progress in their matches. Tier classifications are present, which means the better the tier, the better the player in your squad.

However you only get one shot at this, and that is at the beginning after which it becomes very hard to get the SSR tier characters such as Takeshi Sawada, Mitsuru Sano, and more. The game’s Reroll feature becomes available after you complete the tutorial. Upon tutorial completion, players receive in-game cash and rewards, unlocking the reroll option.

However, the best thing is that the reroll is free and thus will not require any in-game cash or resources to be spent, this way they could be used later on for more pulls in the game. Hence if you are not satisfied with the characters in hand at the beginning of the game, you can always reroll for another set of characters.

Captain Tsubasa Ace Reroll Guide for Android Devices

The reroll for the game, Captain Tsubasa Ace can be done with the help of a new account only, you will have to make sure they have a new account ready to successfully reroll in the game. Following are the steps one should follow to successfully reroll for their devices.

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  1. Start the game and make sure to skip the sign-in at the very start. This is to ensure you don’t get your data linked and play as a Guest player.
  2. Finish the tutorial and so skip the story content after you have seen it at least once.
  3. Claim the Gifts, Recruitment Tickets/Journey Vouchers, and more rewards that will be used to roll in the banners from the Mail-box, mission, and quest rewards, or any other place you can find.
  4. Go to the Recruit menu where you can find the option where you can pull a few players/characters. Check the Recruitment menu, where you can see the probability of pulling the players.
  5. Look for the top characters available. If you have enough Tickets, you can Summon up to 10 characters at one go. Follow the mentioned steps until you get your desired player.
  6. If you’re satisfied with the characters you’ve gotten, you can connect your game account to Google or DeNa for progress backup.

Captain Tsubasa Ace Reroll Guide for iOS Devices

The process for Android and iOS is the same. You can follow the above-stated steps to reroll on the iOS devices.

How to reroll on an Emulator in Captain Tsubasa Ace

Emulators are always the best tools for rerolling, because of their flexibility to provide multiple options at one instance. You can use popular emulators like BlueStacksLD playerMemu, or any other emulator. All the modern emulators have all the necessary features to make the rerolling process very easy and provide easy-to-use features. If you get stuck at any point, read the official documentation, or do a simple web search, any queries should be easily available on the web. To start with rerolling on Emulators, follow these steps:

  • Install the game on any one instance, most preferably on a 64-bit instance installation as they provide better performance and stability for most modern games.
  • Open the game after installation and complete the full download for the game. Simply close the game once that is done. You can also download the APK file of the game and use the APK Installer of that particular emulator to install it.
  • Make as many clones as possible for the game from the Manager menu of the emulator. The number of clones that you can make depends on the computer’s specifications, so make sure you don’t overload it.
  • Start the reroll process on the cloned instances one by one, and after a bad reroll just delete the cloned instance and again make clones from the main instance.
  • Once you get any of the top players in the game or your desired position, it is a perfect start for your account, so you make that account the main account.
  • After that, follow the binding process so that you can link your game to that account and play it on your phone as well.

How to bind a game account in Captain Tsubasa Ace

Next up in our Captain Tsubasa Ace reroll guide we will focus on how to Bind accounts in the game. Binding accounts is a pretty easy task to undertake. The following are the steps you should take to bind their accounts in the game.

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  1. Launch the game with the Game ID or Official Email ID.
  2. Once the loading screen appears click on the User section.
  3. Once in the user section click on the Bind email option.
  4. Make sure to type in the correct email ID and authorize it with the security code provided by the game.
  5. Once it is done that specific account will become the primary account for the game, Captain Tsubasa Ace.

Be sure to follow the steps stated above to successfully reroll in Captain Tsubasa Ace, and enjoy the best picks if you get them!

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