The unofficial wiki about the online robot combat game by Pixonic.
War Robots (The Game)
War Robots (formerly Walking War Robots) is an online multiplayer robot combat game developed by Pixonic, in which players pilot giant robots in a 6 versus 6 team capture-the-flag style combat simulation. Available on both iOS and Android.
War Robots (This Wiki)
This Wiki's purpose is to provide a collaborative encyclopedic repository for everything related to the game, War Robots. Here you will find a community of dedicated players sharing hints and tips about the game, and information on the various Weapons, Robots and maps!
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Being primarily an area control game, War Robots requires a team with a good mix of robots in order to win. Capturing beacons and defending beacons require different setups. Unless you are lucky enough to kill the entire red team, having a full team of heavy hitters (or long range snipers) won't win you the match if you can't get to the beacons before the timer runs out. Robots that are setup for a particular role e.g all close range heavy damage weapons, is generally better than a robot setup with weapons designed for different purposes e.g. two close range and one long range weapon. Be a specialist. It works well in War Robots.
While not an exhaustive list, here are the main roles typically found on a good team.