Star Wars™: Galaxy of Heroes

Star Wars™: Galaxy of Heroes

By Electronic Arts

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2015-11-24
  • Current Version: 0.17.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 174.91 MB
  • Developer: Electronic Arts
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 246,721 Ratings


Live your Star Wars™ dreams as you fight with your favorite dark and light side heroes across iconic locations to become master of the galaxy. Create and customize your dream squad using characters from every era, including new characters from Solo™: A Star Wars™ Story, Star Wars™: The Last Jedi™, and Rogue One™: A Star Wars™ Story. Engage in turn-based RPG warfare, confront giant bosses, pilot legendary ships in space like the Millennium Falcon, and take your strategy to the next level! CREATE THE ULTIMATE TEAM Rebel leaders? Imperial stalwarts? You’re free to choose as you construct elite light and dark side teams while collecting heroes and other characters from the Star Wars™ universe. Develop your strategy and make key moves in this epic RPG. Pick teammates with complementary abilities and go to war with unbeatable squads! BECOME MASTER OF THE GALAXY Defeat opponents and rise to the top as you dominate the galactic hologames based in a far-off cantina. Improve your combat strategy by upgrading your heroes’ abilities as you play for even more powerful attacks and bigger wins. Then fight other players in Squad Cantina Battles, PvP Squad Arena, and Squad Tournaments to conquer the galaxy. PLAY WITH POWERFUL CHAMPIONS Make smart, tactical decisions and equip your heroes with cool gear to enhance their damage. Unlock fun abilities to make your team unstoppable as you unleash commanding moves like Luke Skywalker’s Destined Strike, Darth Vader’s Force Crush, and Young Han Solo’s Trick Shot. ENGAGE IN EPIC SHIP BATTLES Collect iconic starships, including the Millennium Falcon, and massive Capital Ships, like Admiral Ackbar’s Home One, to construct your war fleets. Keep your cool in fast-paced space combat, deploy reinforcements, and turn the tide of battle with the right strategy. Face fun new challenges and compete in the Fleet Arena to test your prowess. Gather unique upgrade materials for characters, available only as rewards for ship battles. Each vessel has its own crew and strategy, adding special skills to individual ships. Recruit powerful pilots to create the strongest armada in the galaxy! RISE TO THE TOP IN GUILDS Lead Raids with friends and fight against bosses like the Rancor, AAT Tank, and the Sith Triumvirate when you create a customizable Guild. Collaborate to form a strategy with your Guild in Territory Battles where members unleash their entire arsenal of characters and ships against a progressively evolving battlefield. Show your dominance when you face off in games against other Guilds to conquer territories and top global leaderboards in Territory War. Terms of Service: Privacy and Cookie Policy: Game EULA: Visit for assistance or inquiries. EA may retire online features after 30 days’ notice posted on



  • Review

    By Try dent
    Great game!!! Just some of the equipment boosts requiring 20 of the same item and all my toons needing that same item is ridiculous.
  • Relics are trash

    By Snakebeaver
    Relics have ruined the fun in the game.
  • Out of control

    By DeathTOSwgoh
    Used to be such an amazing game until the greedy SOB’s from EA/CG turned it into complete p2w garbage by abusing the community time after time to milk their cash cow as much as possible. If you haven’t played it yet, don’t start. Go join Dragon Champions; was created by an independent game studio with devs that were huge fans of Swgoh and is pretty much a carbon copy but better and with more reasonable micro transactions.
  • Bait and switch tactics beware

    By DK9933
    Game is fun until they use bait and switch tactics to swindle your money, buyer beware.
  • Unless you plan to spend $20k+ don’t play it.

    By Apock1986
    The game developers have stopped making worthwhile content and hose over everyone except those willing to spend tens of thousands of dollars on a mobile game. At this point you would have to spend in excess of $500 to fully gear a single character in a short period of time. The newest character took 15 near fully geared characters to unlock in a totally unusable state even if you spent a few hundred dollars gearing.
  • Greedy Company

    By ejundersc0re
    I don’t really think a long review is needed. The game definitely has its ups and downs, but the developers have been unprecedentedly greedy these last few months to the point where I can’t in good faith recommend this game. Your money won’t take you very far. You need to spend thousands of dollars to actually see any tangible improvement. Do yourself a favor and steer clear.
  • Pay to win

    By Roys Papa
    This is a very fun game especially if your a SW fan. However the 4 years I have been playing have become a pay to win issue. It started out for all players. Now people that wanted to spend money have now become the only thing that matters. Tired out dated only for big spenders.
  • Trash game at this point

    By normal everyday average guy
    I will hold out hope that they improve it because this was an all time great game long long ago... but as of recent it’s just about who has a bigger wallet and the devs (really EA) don’t care....
  • Battlefront II

    By ふじさきはやと
    Please, for the Instant Action, which is great by the way, please add an update for the Empire, where you can play as the Imperials in the Instant Action, and, please add a usable AT-AT.
  • If you’re still playing, stop. If you haven’t started, don’t.

    By Leonsguns
    If you are thinking about downloading, I would suggest you refrain from doing so now while you still have your money and haven’t invested any time in this game. At first the game seems exciting and enticing. Lots of characters to unlock and work towards and events to look forward to. The problem lies in the late game. When you reach the max level, I can guarantee you will never catch up. Even if you are willing to spend thousands of dollars in an attempt to catch up, you will literally never progress towards where you need to be to be competitive. With that having been said, the worst part of the game isn’t the actual game itself but rather those who are in charge of it. The developers simply do not care if you are having any fun with the game. What they care about is whether or not you’re willing to give them money for scraps. If you are, then they will still gouge you financially while providing a pittance that they expect you to thank you for. If you are still playing, stop. If you haven’t started, don’t. Spend your money elsewhere.