Equipment can be mounted on a robot's hardpoints; there are currently three different hardpoint classes, light, medium and heavy, usually with light being less powerful, and heavy having more powerful equipment.

On each robot, weapons or shields can attach to their respective hardpoints. A robot may have from one to four of them, and depending on design can be in a variety of positions or combinations. The hardpoints on robots cannot be upgraded, re-positioned or removed; (however developers are known to change hardpoints type/location in rare cases - Cossack had a light hardpoint that was changed to medium, Gl Patton was designed with two light hardpoints, and later another two were added, and Golem had the location of the light hardpoint changed, from next to the medium hardpoint, to under the heavy hardpoint).

The equipment class has to match the corresponding hardpoint class. There is one exception to this rule; the Ecu can be mounted to either a light or medium side hardpoint but is not available on light and medium hardpoints on specific robots (e.g. the top medium hardpoint of the Rhino).

List by Hardpoint Type




Equipment Types


  • Kinetic: Simple bullet/shell firing rifles/cannons with a flat trajectory and high velocity. They can continuously fire at enemy robots, doing large amounts of damage over time. These weapons are absorbed by all shields, however, physical shields take 2x damage from them.
  • Rocket: Launchers that fire powerful explosive munitions that do splash damage. They travel slowly with a flat trajectory (except the Noricum and Zenit which fire in a high mortar/artillery-like arc). They can output a huge amount of damage in a very short amount of time (hence the term "Death Button" or "Russian Death Button") but will leave the user defenseless while reloading. These weapons have the ability to damage and penetrate physical shields (such as the Ecu and the ones used by the Rhino, Raijin, Lancelot, etc.)
  • Homing Missile: These lock on and fire projectiles that track the target. With some practice, you can wind homing missiles over, under, and around obstacles. You need a large cover to block incoming homing missiles.
  • Energy: Energy weapons are line-of-sight weapons that fire laser beams or bolts of super-heated plasma. High velocity and damage. They also have the capability of bypassing Ancile shields. Making them very effective against robots with a built-in energy shield, such as the Haechi, Carnage, and Fujin.


  • Shield: Equipment used to block incoming fire. Physical shields (Ecu) and energy shields (Ancile) are available.

Weapons by Range, Hardpoint & Damage Type

Kinetic (Short) Kinetic (Med) Kinetic (Long) Missile (Short) Missile (Med) Rocket (Short) Rocket (Med) Energy (Short) Energy (Med) Energy (Long) Artillery
Light Hardpoint Punisher,
Molot Aphid Spiral Pinata Pin Magnum Spark Gekko,
Medium Punisher T,
Molot T Vortex Hydra Orkan Tulumbas Taran Shocktrain,
Heavy Thunder,
Tempest Nashorn,
Kang Dae
Thermite Chimera Exodus Trident Redeemer,

* The Ember is not a true energy weapon, unlike energy weapons, it is the only weapon that can bypass both physical and energy shields.

Equipment Cost Table

Light Medium Heavy
Equipment Price Equipment Price Equipment Price
Punisher 20,000 Silver Punisher T 30,000 Silver Nashorn 100,000 Silver
Molot 20,000 Silver Molot T 30,000 Silver Ancile 1,500 Gold
Spiral 20,000 Silver Ecu 50,000 Silver Thunder 580,000 Silver
Ecu 50,000 Silver Orkan 1,200 Gold Kang Dae 580,000 Silver
Gekko 750 Gold Tulumbas 435,000 Silver Zeus 1,500 Gold
Aphid 750 Gold Taran 5,650 WP Zenit 580,000 Silver
Pinata 290,000 Silver Hydra 5,650 WP Trident 7,500 WP
Pin 290,000 Silver Scourge 10,000 Components Trebuchet 7,500 WP
Noricum 290,000 Silver Shocktrain 10,000 Components Tempest 10,000 Components
Magnum 3,750 WP Vortex 10,000 Components Ember 10,000 Components
Gust 10,000 Components Ion 10,000 Components Redeemer 10,000 Components
Arbalest 10,000 Components Ballista 10,000 Components Dragoon 10,000 Components
Spark 10,000 Components Thermite 10,000 Components
Flux 10,000 Components
Exodus 10,000 Components
Avenger 10,000 Components
Chimera 10,000 Components

DPS Graph

Below is a graph showing the cycle and burst DPS (damage per second) of all weapons in the game.

Weapons are separated into 2 classes: Instant (burst) and sustained (cycle). Instant weapons unload all their damage in a second or less, while sustained weapons deal their damage over a period of 2 seconds or longer.

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Numbers as of version 4.0


  • Earlier versions of the game used mph (not km/h) for robot travel speed, it has always used meters (m, metric) for weapon ranges.
  • Any weapon can be "shot off" and damaged at critical health, including holstered weapons such as on a Quick Draw robot.
  • EXPIRED NUMBERS: A break down of weapon DPS and DPM can be found here. Best used and understood by experienced players.

See Also