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How To Equip Missile Launchers & Mech Arms In Phoenix Point

How To Equip Missile Launchers & Mech Arms In Phoenix Point
Some of Phoenix Point’s special classes get very powerful weapons. Here we explain How To Equip Missile Launchers & Mech Arms In Phoenix Point as both the Technician and Heavy classes gain access to very powerful weaponry that’s a little confusing to equip.

Exploring your ever expanding inventory in Phoenix Point it’s likely you will eventually encounter and collect some special weaponry. Some of this weaponry includes Missile Launchers and Mech Arms. Neither of these items function like traditional weaponry, they cannot be equipped to your ready slot and the body slot doesn’t activate them either.

How To Equip Missile Launchers & Mech Arms In Phoenix Point

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Both the Missile Launchers and Mech Arms are considered “Mounts”. There is a special category in the equipment screen for Mounts, this is where you equip both the Mech Arms and the Missile Launcher. However, both of these items of equipment require additional prerequisites.

The Mech Arms are a Technician class feature. You do not need to be a Technician to equip them but it’s always a better idea to be proficient with gear so put Mech Arms on your Technician. In order to equip the Mech Arms to a soldier, that soldier needs to be wearing a Technicians chest piece, such as the Tech Ops 7 Body Armor from New Jericho. Likewise for the Missile Launcher. For a Soldier to equip the Missile Launcher in the chest slot, they must be wearing a Heavy class chest piece.

And that’s How To Equip Missile Launchers & Mech Arms In Phoenix Point.

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