Upgrades[edit | edit source]
Costs 750. Researched at the helipad. Equips Tigres with 4 Mistral anti-aircraft missiles, fired in salvos.
Costs 1000. Researched at the helipad. Equips Tigres with TRIGAT-LR anti-tank missiles.
Costs 750 and 1500. Researched at the defensive center. Grants Tigres the ability to deflect enemy missiles targeting them.
Costs 500 and 500. Researched at the defensive center. Increases the sight and attack range of the Tigres and grants them the abilities to detect stealth units and fire their missiles indirectly.
Uses and Tactics[edit | edit source]
A fully upgraded Tigre can take on any threat; infantry, vehicle,aircraft, or building, and their cost of 2500 credits allows a player to field a large number of these with a strong credit economy.
A wolfpack of these are good for taking out refineries and cutting off enemy supply lines before disappearing into the fog of war.
However, the Tigre has low HP and is susceptible to anti-aircraft cannon fire. If they survive an attack, consider flying the damaged ones to the nearest Repair Outpost to patch them up before sending them out again.
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References[edit | edit source]
- Eugen Systems, Focus Home Interactive, Act of Aggression. September 2, 2015.
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