Cards are one of the most important parts of the gameplay in South Park: Phone Destroyer, and if you want to be the best kid in the neighborhood, then you’ll need to build your deck up and keep getting more cards. There are over 80 different cards for players to collect in the game, and if you want to collect them all, you’re going to need to know the best ways to get new cards in South Park: Phone Destroyer.

How to Get New Cards

There are quite a number of ways for players to get their hands on new cards in Phone Destroyer, and we’ll go over each way in this article. We’ve already talked a bit about how to win in Phone Destroyer without spending money, so make sure you take a look at that guide if you want to play the game and maximize your time without spending real cash on it.

Open PvP Packs

One of the best ways to earn new cards—especially for players who like to go up against others around the world—are PvP Packs. These special card packs are received for every 3 wins that you pull off in the game’s PvP mode. Of course, you’ll need to wait four hours for the pack to cooldown and become available after you open one, but that doesn’t change that it’s still one of the best ways to get new cards—especially if you enjoy the PvP in Phone Destroyer.

Claim Free Packs

Every four hours that passes a new free card pack will become available within South Park: Phone Destroyer. The only drawback to this method is that the game only allows up to two card packs to be stashed, which means you’ll want to come back every four to eight hours to go ahead and unlock the card packs that you have available, which will make it possible for you to get more. Not only are these cards completely free, but since you can theoretically receive up to six of them throughout a twenty-four-hour period, it makes this a great way to farm for cards without really even having to do anything.

Join an Alliance

Alliances haven’t made a big splash just yet, but once you unlock the ability to join one, we’d suggest doing so immediately. Not only are they great for meeting other players, but they also allow you to request cards from your fellow Alliance members. You’ll also want to make sure you donate any unneeded or unwanted cards to help out your teammates, too. That way they keep wanting to donate to you in the process.

Purchase Cards

As we mentioned above, spending cash isn’t a requirement in South Park: Phone Destroyer—but as with any mobile game—it’s definitely an option. If you really want to unlock a lot of cards right off the bat, then dropping some real money is going to be a sure-fire way to stock up on cards to give away, add to your deck, or just ignore. It’s not many people’s favorite way to stock up on cards, but it is always an option.

These are the main ways that you can earn cards in South Park: Phone Destroyer. Keep in mind that you can also replay certain single player missions within the game to unlock new cards, as well as take part in special events, which will also allow you to receive some new cards. No matter what you decide to do, just about every activity in South Park: Phone Destroyer will open up some way for you to get your hands on new cards, making it easy to build up your deck and take down your enemies.