Spectre
AoA Ingame Spectre.png
Unit
Affiliation

AoA Logo Cartel.png Cartel

Role

Main battle tank

Armament

140mm railgun
40mm autocannon (upgrade)

Protection

Light armor plates
Optical-based stealth system

Properties
Hit points

25

Production
Cost

Credits 1000
Aluminium 750

Produced by

AoA Icon Prototypes Bay.png Prototypes bay

Combat
Weapon

AoA WIcon Railgun.png Railgun

Function
Upgrades

AoA Icon Optronic Sensor.png Optronic sensor
AoA Icon 40mm Autocannon.png 40mm autocannon
AoA Icon Advanced Optical Camouflage.png Passive receiver system

AoA Icon Spectre.png

The Spectre is the stealth main battle tank of the Cartel. The Spectre is a combination of the Swedish Strv 2000 and the Polish PL-01 prototypes.[1]

Background[edit | edit source]

The Strv 2000 was a supertank of Swedish origin. Development studies were conducted in the 1980s, to determine a possible design for a Swedish tank for the next millennium the design that was developed the furthest was armed with a 140mm and a 40mm coax. The Cartel design in-game seems to be a continuation of the basic idea but further updated with reduced signature technologies reminiscent of current concept vehicles and with the autocannon being mounted on a RWS.

Upgrades[edit | edit source]

AoA Icon Optronic Sensor.png Optronic sensor
Costs Aluminium 1000. Researched at the prototypes bay. The Spectre will be able to spot and engage enemy from further away.
AoA Icon 40mm Autocannon.png 40mm autocannon
Costs Credits 1500. Researched at the prototypes bay. The Spectre can be equipped with an additional 40mm autocannon, which will enable it to efficiently engage helicopters, but also add its firepower to that of the main gun against ground targets.
AoA Icon Advanced Optical Camouflage.png Passive receiver system
Costs Aluminium 750. Researched at the stealth lab. Grants Spectres a BAE systems AN/ALR-94 passive radar, making them able to reveal enemy stealth units.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Eugen Systems, Focus Home Interactive, Act of Aggression. September 2, 2015.

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