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Our Gears Tactics Sniper Class Guide will help players with the best abilities for this class of soldiers and how to best utilize this class in combat. Gears Tactics Sniper Class Sniper class is one of the most useful classes in Gears Tactics when players have leveled them up. As the name suggests, the Sniper relies on a long-range weapon. Not only that, they have very high accuracy and a higher chance of scoring a critical hit. Like all the other classes, Sniper has four development paths or skill trees which include Marksman, Hunter, Assassin, and Stalker. Marksman development path features abilities that increase damage and allow the Sniper to eliminate a few enemies consecutively. Hunter focuses on abilities that add additional action points for attacking and killing enemies. The Assassin development path features abilities that increase accuracy and critical hit damage. Stalker allows for the Sniper to stun enemies…

Our Gears Tactics Support Class Guide will help players with the best skill for this class and how to best use the support class soldier. Gears Tactics Support Class By name, many of you would mistake Support Class for just to offer support for their squad members. However, aside from providing support, this class also deals a decent amount of damage to enemies and can fight enemies just like any other class in Gears Tactics. Most of the skills for Support Class are focused around providing support and healing team members. The basic ability for the support class allows the entire squad to heal each time they kill an enemy. It has four development paths or skill trees which include Surgeon, Combat medic, Paragon, and Strategist. Surgeon focuses on unit treatment and support skills. Combat medic allows access to skills that heal the squad when an enemy is killed. Paragon…

Our Gears Tactics Heavy Class Guide will help players with the development paths for this class along with the best skill and how to best use this class. Gears Tactics Heavy Class This class of soldiers in Gears Tactics specializes in movement and even has a skill that allows them to use three action points at a time on movement. While the Heavy class specializes in movement but most of the skills for this class focus on dealing damage and fighting from a single spot. There are four development paths or skill tress for this class which include Specialist, Artillery, Demolitionist, and Defender. Specialist This development path focuses on the abilities that grant additional action points for defeating enemies one after the other and that allow changing position. Artillery This one focuses on dealing additional damage to enemies and shoot enemies more than once. Demolitionist This allows the Heavy class…

Our Gears Tactics Scout Class Guide will help players with this class’ abilities, development paths, best skill, and how to use this class efficiently. Gears Tactics Scout Class Scout-class soldiers in the latest Gears title specialize in mobility, close-range attack, stealth. However, stealth ability is specific to this class. Using the Stealth ability, Scout soldiers can disappear from the enemy’s vision. Not only that, these soldiers have access to the ability which lets them deal additional damage if they land a stealth attack. This class of soldiers has four development paths or skill trees which include Raider, Recon, Slayer, and Commando. Raider This development path focuses on health regeneration. Players will find the Double Shot skill in this path. Recon This development path focuses on movement points and will find the sprint ability in this skill tree. Slayer This development path is dedicated to stealth and killing wounded enemies. Commando…

Our Gears Tactics Vanguard Class Guide will help you with how you can efficiently utilize the Vangaurd-class soldiers and what their skill trees offer. Gears Tactics Vanguard Class Vanguard Class soldiers are best suited for the front lines where they engage with enemies face to face. Vanguard-class soldiers have a number of abilities that make them quite difficult to tackle. A bayonet is the main weapon for Vanguard soldiers which means they can only use melee attacks. Their melee attacks have a 100% chance of knocking back the enemy, however, this doesn’t work on bosses. Also, players have the option of 4 development paths or skill trees for Vanguard soldiers which include Warden, Shock Trooper, Assault, and Paladin. Warden Warden development path mainly focuses on abilities that enhance the amount of damage the soldier can absorb. This path also featured the ability for the character to self-recover if it gets…

In Gears Tactics, you will come across a variety of enemies that are part of the dreaded Locust Horde. In this guide, we will discuss all of the enemy units you will come across in Gears Tactics and how you can beat them. Gears Tactics Enemy Units – Meet the Locust Horde We will start off with my favorite enemy type in Gears Tactics, the Wretches, these little creatures are easier to kill than others which makes them my favorite because others are a pain in my backside. Wretches The best part about the Wretches is that they have low health which makes them an easy to take down enemy unit in Gears Tactics. They look like little bugs and they try to do melee damage whenever possible. The Wretches will also seize the opportunity to perform a melee attack whenever you are in melee range. You can take down…

Pvt. Augustus “Cole Train” Cole needs no introduction when it comes to the Gears of War series. Once a successful Thrashball player, Cole Train is a pre-order bonus character in Gears Tactics whom you will need to unlock first. In this guide, we will walk you through everything you need to know about unlocking Augustus “Cole Train” Cole in Gears Tactics. Gears Tactics Augustus “Cole Train” Cole To unlock Cole Train in Gears Tactics, you need to have the Thrashball Core Character Pack DLC installed. You can check that by opening up the Gears Tactics game page in your Steam’s library and looking under the installed DLC. With the DLC installed, you will need to play through the game until Act 1, Mission 4 after which you will unlock Cole Train. Belonging to Vanguard class, Augustus “Cole Train” Cole brings a few decent buffs to your squad which include: Bloodbath:…

Action Points in Gears Tactics are everything. You can use them to move your soldiers, fire, use skills, use the overwatch mode, etc. Since every in-game action is tied to having Action Points, it does not hurt to have a whole lot of them. The more APs you have, the more you are able to do and the better are your chances of winning. In this Gears Tactics Guide, we will walk you through earning more Action Points in the game. Get More Action Points in Gears Tactics Arguably the best and probably the only way of earning more APs in Gears Tactics is by performing executions. Executions in Gears Tactics are brutal finishing moves that you can perform on a downed enemy (the one on knees). Execution is a free action and you should be able to perform one after closing in on an enemy with a skull on…

Executions have always been a staple of Gears of War series and you would be wrong to think that Gears Tactics has abandoned them. In Gears Tactics, however, there are a few advantages of finishing off your enemies with an execution. Gears Tactics Executions Executions are gory finishing moves that games like Gears of War and DOOM are known for. Since these are finishing moves, you can only perform them on weakened enemies who are down on their knees. It should never be too hard to know which enemies are in the downed state – even amidst the heat of the battle. But why should you go for execution instead of normally killing an enemy? This is because execution is a free action that provides everyone on your team except the executing soldier with an Action Point, allowing you to obtain a few APs with a single execution. You can…

Gears Tactics is out now on PC and in this guide, we will explain everything you need to know about PC controls. Below is the details list of keys for Gears Tactics Gear Tactics PC Controls A proper understanding of the PC controls is required to get through the tough missions in the game, especially, when you are facing Hydra, Corpser, and Brumak. Keys  Controls      W,A,S,D / Mouse  Camera Movement  Left Click  Orders, Skills, and Units Selection  Right Click  Cancel Action  F3  Choose grenade  F2  Pick Additional Weapon  F1  Pick Main Weapon  Space  Approve Skill Selection / Attack  END  End Turn  TAB  Choose the Next Ally / Enemy Unit  Shift  Choose Previous Ally / Enemy Unit  R  Toggle TAC-COM Mode  X  Focus Camera on Active Character  Q  Rotate Camera to the Right  E  Rotate Camera to the Left  C  Move Camera Down  Z  Move Camera Up  V  Toggle Status…