New mechanics for repairing armored vehicles
Vehicles in Enlisted are very complex and consist of a lot of different internal modules - there are targeting systems, multiple parts of the gun, engine, transmission, and much more. But before, these cool details were only visible in the hit camera.
In the upcoming major update, repairing armored vehicles will become a much more interesting and tactically important process - each of the key modules can be repaired separately!
Separate repair of modules
Let's say you've been hit by a powerful APHE round that has taken out your engine, track and cannon. The enemy is already loading a new shell - how to get ahead of him?
Well, fix only the cannon!
The standard repair kit will contain parts for 8 repairs, and can be used directly from the inventory or can be picked up. The number of times you can extinguish fires will also increase.
With this separate repair mechanic, the process of repairing each module will be faster than it is now, when repairing the whole tank. As a result, you will have every chance to restore the vehicle to fighting condition in the shortest possible time and fire back at the enemy!
The process of repair will be very apparent - the color of the module will indicate the degree of its damage from white to dark red.
There is good news for infantry too! In order to repair the tank, the player needs to approach the damaged module. Got the hint? If the cannon is damaged, the enemy can't hide behind the tank anymore.
Stay tuned, commanders, this is not all the new features of the upcoming update!