Welcome to the Iso-8 guide for Crossbones, the latest in our series about the popular game Marvel Strike Force. In this series we look at the best Iso-8 enhancements for MSF characters. While some may refer to Iso-8 as simply “mods” like in other mobile games, we will look to stay true to the naming convention of the Marvel universe and the developers over at Boundless Entertainment. We at Gaming-fans.com certainly do not claim to have all of the answers in this game, but we do our research and look to use every hero and villain we write about extensively. These are Iso-8 recommendations based on the character’s kit and actual gameplay to help you in your quest to dominate in Marvel Strike Force. Note that these Iso-8 classes may differ from one team makeup to another, so feel free use this as guide knowing that these can change in differing situations within MSF’s gameplay.
Today’s character to review is Crossbones. A character who was much more important in very early gameplay, Crossbones saw a small revival when Red Stars were added to the game, and then again when Baron Zero joined MSF and enhanced the Hydra faction. For the purposes of Marvel Strike Force, Crossbones is a Villain, Global, Tech, Protector from the Hydra faction. Let’s take a look at the stats we want to focus on enhancing through Iso-8 modifications in Marvel Strike Force.
Main Focus: Crossbones is a defensive character who gains taunt when he uses his Wrath special and also heals himself. He gains additional Max Health and Armor based on Hydra teammates, so adding to these two stats is recommended.
Ideal Iso-8 Class for Crossbones in Marvel Strike Force:
Crossbones has one more obvious role on the Hydra team – to eat up enemy attacks while granting Retribution. The way his kit works in Marvel Strike Force, there are two class options that stick out for Crossbones – the Healer class or the Fortifier Class. However, his Detonate ultimate has always been his most valuable ability offensively. This has led many to use the Raider and Striker classes on Crossbones for added CC/CD or Offense. While I tend to lean toward a defensive use of Crossbones in today’s version of MSF, if looking for a more offensive Crossbones I would go with the Raider class.