On this page of the guide, you can learn more about unit statistics and experience points. We also explain how and where to view individual traits.
Statistics and descriptions of units
In this window, you'll find a short description of the unit. If there are any symbols appearing next to the name of the unit, it means that the unit has a higher experience level. When you place the cursor on the question mark symbol, more detailed data about the unit will appear, such as maximum speed, armor, and health.
This window contains the following information:
- Vehicles - determines the number of vehicles that the unit currently has and their maximum possible amount.
- Durability - shows how much damage a unit can take. When it reaches zero, it means that unit has been destroyed.
- Suppression - a precentage, which defines the maximum firing intensity.
- Main Ammo - determines how much ammo the unit has left. Once it reaches 0%, the unit willl no longer be able to continue fire.
In this window you will find information about the following statistics:
- Accuracy (crosshair icon) - determines the chance of successfully hitting an enemy with projectiles.
- Speed (arrow) - shows the unit's current ability to move. If it is less than 100%, it means that the unit is under the influence of factors reducing the ability to develop maximum speed. This may be due to e.g. difficult terrain.
- Defense (shield) - determines the unit's current ability to reduce or avoid damage. If the value is higher than 100%, it means that the unit is entrenched.
- Morale (star) - affects the overall combat ability of the unit. Low morale can cause a unit to panic and stop firing.
The window may also contain additional information about the current situation, e.g. the presence of a chemical threat nearby, the level of units and whether the unit is currently under fire.
This window appears next to units transporting other units inside. Here you can see the composition of the team currently inside the vehicle .
When troops attack and eliminate enemy units, they receive experience points. After collecting a certain number of them, they advance to a higher level and gain bonuses to statistics, thus becoming more effective in combat.
Experience levels can affect the following characteristics:
- Rate of fire,
- Suppression resistance,
- Infantry survivability,
- Entrench level
When your experienced unit is neutralized, you must get a new unit and train it from scratch. Whenever you see that a unit won't survive the battle ahead, withdraw it immediately so it can regenerate.