Project Phoenix Mech Models and Textures Revealed
Over at Google+, some crafty community members found what seems like the Project Phoenix Mechs geometries. The four Project Phoenix Hero Mechs will have unique geometry and textures, as well, as a bonus to c-bills earned and loyalty points (which probably have something to do with the community warfare, but no details are known, yet). It remains to be seen if these textures are official, but at the moment, there is no evidence to indicate otherwise.
Also notice the small icons on the textures. Some of the say the corresponding Project Phoenix package name. If you are still unsure wether to buy the Project Phoenix package or not, check out this comprehensive MC calculation. You might also click through some of the links at the bottom of this post.
Until then, enjoy the sneak peak images. Click the images to view in high quality.
Locust Standard variant vs Locust Hero Mech
The Locust will be the smallest Mech of the project and the lightest Mech in all of Mechwarrior Online to date. It weighs only 20 tons and comes with multiple ballistic slots.
Shadow Hawk Standard variant vs Shadow Hawk Hero Mech
The Shadow Hawk weighs 55 tons and features up to 3 ballistic slots combined with jump jets.
Thunderbolt Standard variant vs Thunderbolt Hero Mech
Thunderbolt is the heavy Mech of the package with 65 tons. The Mech has multiple ballistic, energy and missile hardpoints but no jump jets.
Battlemaster Standard variant vs Battlemaster Hero Mech
The assault slot is filled by the Battlemaster. 85 tons of pure death. It lacks jump jets but has multiple hardpoints in each category making it a fearsome opponent.
Links to check out
Project Phoenix MC calculations – Click here to see if Project Phoenix is worth your hard earned money.
Official MWO Project Phoenix web page - Go here to buy your Project Phoenix package today.
Official MWO Project Phoenix forum post - Click here to join the discussion and hype in the official forums.
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