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A mod for C&C Red Alert 3.
This mod adds a new faction, S.W.I.F.T., to RA3. Also added will be a few new units for the Allies, Soviets, and the Empire of the Rising Sun.
As of now, there this mod is going to be designed for online play and skirmish. However, a campaign may be added in the future.
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- Mobile Base Building. The S.W.I.F.T.'s Construction unit has a build style like the C&C4 Crawler. However, there are differences. There is a constant build radius around the MCV. Also it allows you to build structures as you moving. Due to it's supreme mobility, the MCV is quite vulnerable. You can deploy your MCV for added armor, however, you lose quite a bit of build radius when doing this.
-Mobile Tier System. Going on with the idea of the S.W.I.F.T. being agile, they have a mobile tier system. You construct a Tier Tower (You must build a Tier 1 Tower before building a Tier 2 Tower) from you MCV, and place it down at a location. All production structures within it's effect radius get the benefit of the tier. If you need quick tier advantage at one of your other bases, you can use it's secondary ability to chrono it across the battlefield.
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