Organic growth based on recruitment is not enough for War Robots clans to reach top clan ranking. Get several like-minded clan leaders together to agree, merge their most active players (above 1000) together and the new clan might be instantly placed in the top 10 or 20.
Fan fiction for War Robots game by Pixonic. Features fictional character Colonel Vasily Fedorov, 43, Ace, War Robot Pilot of the Federation. Introduces orbital bombardment weapon into game.
War Robots game strategy ‘Battle for Yamantau Bridge’ strategy. Yamantau map has a bridge that dominates the lower elevation leading to the centre beacon. Possession of this bridge gives the controlling team 3:2 advantage in beacons.
This is my strategy for capturing beacons in the War Robots Springfield Map based on my experience operating Carnage and Galahad. Routes traced between spawn sites and beacons.
War Robots players who want to build a Lancelot killer are looking at a question that bugged naval planners during the Napoleonic wars, namely the impact of broadside weight on a meeting engagement.
Galahad armed with two Gekkos and a twin-Molot has the potential to be ‘Sniper Lite’. It fills a special niche in terms of range and could withstand a double-tap from the heavy 4-gunned Butch.
Twin-Trebuchet-armed Carnage has often been associated with players who ‘camp’. It does not have to be this way. Carnage is a versatile bot that can capture beacons even in sniper mode.