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BIONITE: Origins™ is an upcoming, futuristic, first-person shooter & real-time strategy hybrid for the PC and iOS platforms. The core gameplay consists of piloting hovertanks in first-person, destroying other tanks or structures, commanding your squad to attack/defend certain targets, and a full strategy mode with base-building in the Strat game-mode.

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The Bayonet 'Scout'
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Chompster Sep 26 2012, 6:32pm says:

wow that looks awesome :)

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Elementalist Sep 27 2012, 4:06am says:

I like this!

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sgt.davis44 Sep 27 2012, 6:11am says:

That looks absolutely epic!

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EclipseStardestroyer Sep 27 2012, 8:21am says:

Just looking at it, you can tell it's a scout. It looks fast, maneuverable, and not mean't for huge fights.

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Judicat0r Sep 27 2012, 9:11am says:

It looks it was built around its own engine.

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aldruyn Sep 27 2012, 11:37am replied:

You nailed it, Judicat0r. The Bayonet scout is a turbine engine with a cockpit. It's designed for quick hit-and-run scuffles and can usually be encountered in packs.
It is currently the most agile vehicle the IMI have encountered on the battlefield. Although it's lightly armoured and can be taken down in a few hits, the nimble scout is notoriously difficult to lock on to.

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