Facilities Overlay Edit
The facilities overlay hilights all friendly controlled facilities in blue, neutral in green and enemy in red. While the facilities overlay is active hovering the cursor over a facility will display its victory point value. It can be activated at any time by pressing its button in the top left.
Infrastructure Facilities Edit
Ports come in two sizes, major ports and minor ports. Ports are always supply dumps and may also double as locations from which reinforcements may enter the map.
In scenarios where airfields are present, capturing and controlling airfields will either increase a player's air zone - allowing them to effectively extend air superiority over a larger portion of the map or increase a player's available air points from turn to turn.
Combat Facilities Edit
Comprehensive Combat Facilities Reference Edit
|Facility Type||OPC Cost (Inf/Mech)||Defensive Modifier||Die Roll Modifier||Bombardment Reduction|
|Breached Enemy Minefield||3/6||+50%||N/A||N/A|
|Breach Friendly Minefield||3/6||+50%||N/A||N/A|
In addition to providing defensive bonuses in combat, cities are also often valuable victory locations, some cities may also contain large supply dumps.
Towns are numerous but often less relevant than cities. Defensively they modestly reduce defender casualties and in some scenarios towns may be valuable victory locations.
Forts are powerful man-made defensive positions. Forts double the defensive combat value of any unit inside of them and reduce the effectiveness of incoming artillery barrage. In the future they may be available to be built by players but at the moment the feature is disabled for game balancing.
Minefields are a form of hex side terrain that can be built by engineers (though the feature is currently disabled). Minefields provide a defensive modifier and dramatically slow down movement across the hex side. Minefields inhibit both sides but minefields belonging to your team slow down friendly units less than enemy units. Minefields can be breached or completely cleared by engineers.