Ground Control 2 Q&A
Joe "OuTkAsT-1" Topolnisky
The ActionTrip has sat down with Massive Entertainment's Henrik Sebring for a quick Q&A regarding their upcoming RTS, Ground Control 2: Operation Exodus. Topics range from factions to the dropships. Snip:
Action Trip: What would you say are the main strengths for each of the warring factions?
Henrik Sebring: The two factions are very different on the actual battlefield. The NSA relies on cruder but somewhat conventional technology. They have a wide selection of different infantry types and vehicles. They excel in dominating the ground with their heavy terradynes backed up by support units such as the long-range mobile artillery and dual-purpose (anti-missile/air-defense) rocket vehicle. One of the strengths of NSA is that they have superior numbers and can more easily go for flanking maneuvers.
The Virons on the other hand are extremely flexible, as they rely on melding units together on the battlefield. A Viron unit is generally much stronger than the NSA units but suffers more when their units are actually killed. Also, being organic allows the Viron units to regenerate their health on the battlefield. Virons can easily master hit and run tactics - their units are fast using hovers and can even travel over water.
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