The action in Star Wars Squadron does not stop, so today we are going to explain how to divert power to engines.
Certainly we will be able to notice when controlling our ship in Star Wars Squadron that it is not something so simple to do, so it is necessary to take into account some aspects, such as knowing how to divert power to the motors and for this purpose we will have the orientation of the following content, let's follow it.
Why divert power to engines in Star Wars Squadron?
In all existing ships in the game this capacity is present, certainly at the beginning when we are controlling a ship for the first time, its power will be balanced, resulting in that everything has the same proportion in terms of power, engines, weapons and shields. If we manage to divert the energy to the motors, they will be considerably enhanced, as well as the weapons and our shields, there are a couple of options that allow us to do this, by diverting the motor we will gain speed and agility, if We do it for the weapons we have to recharge the explosives will be faster, but when it runs out this will cause an overload and finally if we do it for the shields it is able to appear an envelope shield capable of withstanding a lot of damage, now to know how to do it let's look at the text that follows.
How to divert power to engines in Star Wars Squadron?
It is necessary that we do the following combination for the diversion with the PC control:
- For the engines we have to left d-pad 1
- For weapons the above d-pad 2
- For the shields on the right the d-pad 3
- To balance down the d-pad 4
According to the lights emitted by our ship we will realize the success of the energy diversion, let's say that for example we do it for weapons, the red lights will be noticeable to the maximum with the blue of the engines and the green of the shield, of this way we can see if we are successful in this execution.
Finally, now that we know how to divert power to engines, we can move on to Star Wars Squadron.
PC, PS4, Xbox One
October 2, 2020
video game, gameplay, price, 60fps, steam
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