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About our The First Descendant Boost:

Following the trends set by its forebears, The First Descendant is the last in a long line of sci-fi themed looter shooters that have carved out a corner of the gaming world for their own dedicated fanbases. After nearly ten years since the release of the two games it most closely compares to, those being Warframe and Destiny 2, the First Descendant is a rare example of a new game trying to breach this small, nieche audience, and judging by its polarizing relese, the road ahead is looking anything but smooth. Stil, with entries into the genre being so few and far between, every new release is bound to catch some eyes, and knowing how bad the grinds can get in these kinds of games, the on-release rush will very quickly give way to the intense grind.

What is a The First Descendant Boost, and why should I buy one?

Being a brand new game in an extremely grind-heavy and competitive genre, it is very important for you to get ahead of the curve if you want a chance at progressing one the ball gets rolling, which means getting all the necessary weapons, Descendants and upgrades to progress through the game without issue. But, because of the grinds involved, it can be really tedious, difficult and time-consuming to do so.

That's why we've opened up our very own catalogue of TFD Boosts, tailor-made to help you enjoy your game time without wasting any of it on grinding. If you've got any questions or if anything catches your eye, our 24/7 Customer Support Team would be mroe than happy to help - you can reach them by clicking the little Live Chat button on the bottom right corner of the page.

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What is the First Descendant?

Released on July 2, 2024, the First Descendant is a sci-fi looter-shooter follows many of the formulas, trends and gameplay archetypes already established by games like Destiny 2, and more closely, its older cousin, Warframe.

Being a third-person class-based looter shooter, fans of the genre will no doubt quickly pick up on most of the mechanics present in the First Descendant.

What are some of The First Descendant's main mechanics?

Being more than a mere descendant of Destiny 2 and Warframe, TFD is something of a combination of the two, where the movement, gunplay and weapon configuration, i.e. having one slot each for Light, Heavy and Special, are undoubtedly as close to Destiny 2 as possible, its Modding system is extremely reminiscent of Warframe's, featuring aura slots, polarities and all, even augment mod slots!

The way you unlock new characters, called Descendants, is also very Warframe-esuqe, where you complete missions to get a chance at collecting peices of the new character, which you can then 'research' , or craft, to unlock them. Leveling is also done as expected, where you gain levels for each character and weapon by using them. There are also Ultimate versions of each character with better abilities, similar in feel to Primes from Warframe.

Speaking of weapons, the pendulum swings back towards the side of Destiny as the First Descendant features Exotic Weapons, each with their own unique exotic modifier and built-in stat re-roll system, so that you never get stuck with a gun that does not fit your playstyle or preferred Descendant.

When did The First Descendant release?

The First Descendant officially released on June 2nd, 2024.

What are the First Descendant Boosts

The First Descendant Boosts are our way of helping out with the disgusting grind the First Descendant, and all its forebears, always include. Be it for farming Weapons, new Descendants, Gold or rare crafting materials, or even for Leveling and clearing some of its higher-end content, there's little doubt that as the first weeks pass, most players will settle into the familiar rhythm of grinding for hours on end to stay competitive. Being as new as the game is, it is very important for any player looking to get into the true late game to have all the tools and resources necessary to get into lobbies, or clear the content they'll be facing. Trouble is, that gear is often locked behind heavy grinding.

 

So instead of wearing yourself out from the get-go, why not give a The First Descendant boost a try, so that you can enjoy this new game without having to go through the motions of endless grinding?

How do your The First Descendant Boosts work?

Our TFD boosts will work in pretty much the same way as most of our other boosts, especially those for Destiny 2 and Warframe. Essentially, you'll get to pick whatever it is you need done, and one or more of our elite, thoroughly tested boosters will help you get it. There are two main ways they'll be able to do this, those being through either:

  • Account Sharing
  • Selfplay

Account Sharing, as the name implies, means that your assigned booster will log in through your account in order to do the activities necessary to complete your order. These sorts of boosts always come with a hint of risk, as Account Sharing is almost always prohibited by games' Terms of Service, and The First Descendant is no different. Our boosters will mask their locations using VPNs while doing such services in order to maintain your account's safety, however, it is important to know that Account Sharing will never be 100% safe.

Selfplay, on the other hand, is almost always 100% safe, as during such services, your booster(s) will play alongside you, helping you get through whatever you need without having to rely on randoms and LFG.