We are sure there are still a lot of new players here who are looking for good tips & tricks to improve their skill on Wargame: Red Dragon. So since today, and in partnership with the Wargame Learning Program, we will provide every week in this thread some new tips & tricks.
#1 Tip of the Week: (Provided by RaventheFuhrer)
RaventheFuhrer wrote:Don't group important units (like AA or artillery) but instead spread them out. This makes them less vulnerable to counter-battery from enemy artillery, or bombs from enemy planes.
#2 Tip of the Week: (Provided by DoktorvonWer)
DoktorvonWer wrote:If you have teammates, talk to them. Don't sit doing your own thing all game; the chat system and the flare tools are there to facilitate real-time communication and co-operation.
#3 Tip of the Week: (Provided by Delicious RBKs)
Delicious RBKs wrote:Combined arms is key. Have mobility, firepower and protection. These can take many forms, but make sure that you have counters available to whatever your opponent is likely to throw at you. If one of your units is highly specialised (and many are), make sure they have backup.
#4 Tip of the Week: (Provided by RaventheFuhrer)
RaventheFuhrer wrote:For more efficient plane management, imagine that you're leading your plane by a string. Clicking just a little ways (less than 1 km) in front of your plane, and constantly adjusting will tug this string and let you control your plane with more precision. Also, remember when using bombers/close air support to always use 'Fire Position' rather than relying on the AI to drop its bombs when you right click a target. ATGM planes are an exception.
#5 Tip of the Week: (Provided by PlebSquasher)
PlebSquasher wrote:When engaging entrenched infantry, such as in a town or strong defensive position, make sure to suppress them with rocket/artillery fire, or bombs before moving in. Units with less morale have reduced chance to hit, and less rate of fire as well.
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