The Chimera continue to invade Earth! Our Resistance 3 Walkthrough Primer gets you started for on-line multiplayer with info about weapons, berserk abilities, and matches.
Support Abilities can be activated in battle to mostly aid yourself and teammates. Some also provide a means of confusing enemies.
Ammo Beacon is used by Survivors, Wardens, and can be unlocked for Customs. It deploys a beacon that restores to primary weapons within range. At higher upgrades it can help a large radius of allies in restoring depleted ammunitions.
The Bubble Shield is a unique unlockable for Custom load outs. It creates a shield that provides cover from all range weapons and grenades. However, close range enemies can enter inside the shield and cause damage with melee attacks. It's overall effective for capturing points on Chain Reaction and securing nodes during Breach.
Spotter is used by Infected, Specters, and can be unlocked for Customs at level 10. When activated, enemies will be spotted and marked on the radar. If the tagged enemy is killed by a teammate, you gain a nice 90 xp bonus. Spotter is a great means of building early experience as you can easily spot large groups and obliterate them with the aid of your allies. Its uses in free-for-all death matches are much more limited.
Decoy is unlocked at level 12. Releases a dummy projection of yourself. At its base level, the decoy remains stationary and is very unlikely to distract foes. None the less, the decoy can still be a good way of confusing enemies in the heat of battle.
The Heal Beacon is gained at level 18. Its energy bursts will restore health to yourself and any allies within range. Very helpful within intense fire fights that leave little time to recover.
The Radar Beacon is gained at level 28. It reveals close range enemies on your radar. This is a good means of spotting groups that have not already been detected by the rest of your team. During Death matches, it is also a nice means of keeping your back safe if you choose to camp and snipe.
Bust and Thrust
Bust and Thrust is gained at level 17. It is not a truly helpful ability, but instead allows you to taunt fallen enemies and gloat over captured objectives. It is recommended to only equip this when you don't need any other tactical advantage, or are steamrolling the competition.
I think my game is glitched cuz when I try to shoot the boss in the back ( the glowing shiny part) nothing happens. I mustve shot him a 100 times. I managed to shoot the eyes but can't shoot the back of it which is th second and last part of destroying the monster :S
@Yarvem Found a couple of typos on the Combat Attributes page: you have "verity" instead of "variety". Just FYI
One reason to go to IGN is because they make a (screen-shot/text)-walkthrough for almost all top-tier games, just sayin! I've been coming to GS and or IGN sense befor most of you guy's were even born. Too-funny indeed!
@Yarvem OK that makes sense. I almost always have an internet connection so it's alright but I kinda liked the convenience of having those PDFs in case I was travelling. Good luck updating all those old ones ;)
@Konuvis We are including more videos in guides now. Those typically can't be included in a PDF. Also, there is an emphasis to go back and update the guides when possible, so a PDF could easily go out of date.
The first version of the Primer is up. Be mindful it's a bit barren, but I'll be updating it within the next few days.