Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp for Switch includes the remastered campaigns of the two Advance Wars games on the Game Boy Advance, from 2001 and 2003, for new players to enjoy on Nintendo Switch.
Each of the campaigns will take you a long time to complete, and they are no small feat. The game has two difficulty levels, Classic and Relaxed.
The mode Relaxed It’s not like it’s a walk, it’ll just give you a few more units or some captured city early on, but getting to the end of the campaign is still a challenge. But do you want more difficulty? This is how you can unlock the Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp hard mode.
How to Unlock Challenge Mode in Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp for Switch
Each of the two Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp campaigns is independent of each other, and you can progress through them whenever you want. If you complete any of those campaignsyou will unlock the option to purchase the hard mode (Challenge Campaign).
When you pass a campaign (100% is not necessary, spend the story watching the credits) you will be able to buy the Challenge Campaign after seeing the credits.
To buy it, go to the Hachi Shop. There you will find the option Campaign Challenge or Campaign Challenge 2. They cost 1 or 2 coins respectively, but don’t worry, will give them to you for free!
What is the Advance Wars Challenge Campaign?
The Challenge Campaign is not a difficulty mode for the campaign, like Relaxed or Classic. Actually, it is about a new campaign. Even if you have the same maps, the opponent has much more units and disadvantaged parts, so you will have to be much more careful.
Also, there is no Restart Turn option, which is in all other modes.
Being a new campaign, the Challenges Campaigns are part of a new save fileeach with their own rankings, so you would have to go through them again.
Here we leave you the analysis of Advance Wars 1+2 on Nintendo Switch and 10 fundamental tips and tricks to develop the best strategy: don’t be afraid to sacrifice units, how to raise the OJ meter, dispel the fog of war… Remember that This is not Fire Emblem!