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There are a lot of games that you can play that will let you form different formations of characters in order to create your own teams. Dislyte is no different since there are a lot of Espers that can be acquired that can be added to your squad. Being a game with online elements, you’ll be playing with other players as well who have the same goals as you. What if you want to try out using your team and challenging other players? Thankfully, Dislyte has specific game modes that can let you test out your squad versus others.

In this page, we’ll be checking out the Arena feature which lets you play through casual matches. If you believe that you have what it takes to try and defeat other players, then this mode is for you. This is one of the modes that you’ll be able to acquire once you reach account level 18. Let’s check what features you’ll be expecting from here.





How does the Arena work?



The Arena can be accessed on the game’s screen by swiping to the right side of the main area. Here, you’ll find a button the Arena, and you can only use it once you have the correct account level requirement. Tapping on this area will provide you with an interface that says, “Casual Match”.

Use the Invite button and send a request to other players in the world chat if they want to fight with your team. You can also send an invite to your friends.
Use the Invite button and send a request to other players in the world chat if they want to fight with your team. You can also send an invite to your friends.


This will be the prep room where you can invite other players to fight against you in a real live casual match. This means that any person who will accept your invite will also be playing at the same time as you, and you will need to be more careful with your choice of moves. While at the prep room, you can change your avatar for your Esper. You’ll then have to use the invite button in order for you to add another player for battle.



Once all 5 Espers have been chosen, you can then ban 1 Esper from the opposing team and you’ll proceed with a 4 v 4 match
Once all 5 Espers have been chosen, you can then ban 1 Esper from the opposing team and you’ll proceed with a 4 v 4 match


If a player accepts your invite, you will need to form a squad that has a total of 5 Espers. Once that is decided, you will then ban 1 Esper from the opponent’s squad, and both of you will fight in a 4 v 4 match (Note: This is a recent update for the Arena). Your main goal will then be to defeat other players and take out their HP to 0 in order to win.



Are there any rewards at the Arena?



As stated in the game’s mode, the Arena only provides you with a casual match. This means that there are no rewards that will be given. Either you’ll win or you’ll lose, the Arena is a place where you can practice with your team and test out each of your Esper’s skills.



You might be wondering if there’s another way for you to try out your squad and get rewards as well in return. Well, thankfully there’s another game mode that you can unlock at the same time as the Arena. If you want to use your squad and fight others competitively, you’ll have to go to the Point War section.

Arena only provides casual matches; therefore, no rewards are given. You can joint Point War for competitive matches and rewards
Arena only provides casual matches; therefore, no rewards are given. You can joint Point War for competitive matches and rewards


This concludes our page for our Arena Guide in Dislyte. Please feel free to check our guide menu since we'll be posting other pages regarding the game's features. You can check out our Answers Page as well to see if there's any information that can be useful for you. If you have any comments, please leave them down below. We'd love to hear from you!




 
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