World in Conflict
Submitted by: bonek
Start the game with the -console command line parameter.
Then, press ~~ during game play to display the console window.
CameraFreedom – Free camera mode
cmdlist – List all console
WinGame – Win current
UnlockAllMaps – All missions
Hints and Tips:
Submitted by. boneK
CAPTURE COMMAND POINTS WITH TEAM MATES:
You will both receive the score for doing so, and will each receive the
bonus for capturing the command point together. Don’t be stingy and
points yourself when waiting one or two more seconds can result in your
collecting double the TA and points!
FORTIFY AREAS WITH TEAM MATES:
Don’t be one of the silly players who piles all their units into a
perimeter point, fortifies it to full, then moves on to the next. One unit
from multiple players will fortify an area faster than a billion units of
your own all crammed into the one command point. For instance, 1x Heavy
and 1x heavy AA unit, with a jeep or transport truck from an infantry
will fortify much faster than three of your own medium or heavy tanks.
Also note that infantry units fortify a little faster than vehicles,
are vulnerable to artillery while fortifying.
USE THE REQUEST SYSTEM:
It is there for a reason use it. Your team mates will not know how to help
you or what you need doing unless you let them know, fortunately, – and
unfortunately in some instances – we can’t read each others mind,
over the internet. Let your team mates know what you need, and try to
with any assistance that you can provide when ever necessary.
KEEP ACTIVE ON VOIP:
If you’ve got a microphone, try and get some strategic chatter going and
some strategies to better overcome whatever obstacles you encounter on the
battlefield. While the request system is extremely powerful, it is often
intuitive and faster to just say what you need.
If a team mate requests TA or needs something done, don’t be afraid to
your TA away. Having said this, don’t give away all your TA carelessly,
it with players who actually need it and know how to use it effectively.
example, some players think that a light artillery barrage hurts heavy
– it doesn’t! For one more TA point, a tank buster is the perfect tool for
DOUBLE OR TRIPLE PLACE TA WHERE POSSIBLE:
Most of the TA options are cheaper when placing them multiple times. Thus
is wiser to place them more than once to get the most out of your TA
However, don’t waste them on nothing if there is nothing to hit.
There is a 30 second count down timer to the beginning of a match for a
to choose your units, and to quickly discuss any strategies. Hit the enter
the moment the match has started in order to get your units to the
as quickly as possible.
CHOOSE YOUR DEPLOYMENT ZONE WISELY:
Always deploy as close as possible to the objective which you’ve decided to
move your units to. This will cut down any lost time actually navigating to
the location where the conflict is happening. Remember in assault and tug
war modes to move your drop zone up each time you’ve made a successful push
DESTROY TACTICALLY VALUABLE BRIDGES:
This can be one of the strongest strategies in a game. Destroying a bridge
halt the enemy advance for quite some time, and can cut of an enemy supply
The most effective way to blow bridges is by dropping laser-guided bombs on
Support players should be the only ones asked to blow the bridges, as the
guided bomb is the cheapest for this particular faction It costs the
player 8TA for a laser-guided bomb, while the other classes have a greater
for this. Give the TA to a support player and request a laser-guided bomb
bridge. Most will be happy to oblige.
You are also able to blow up bridges using demolition engineers, but the
of utilising this strategy is that it takes time for the engineer to arrive
bridge, and they are very vulnerable whilst placing the charges. Often a
which needs to be destroyed is near the enemy forces, and can put the
operation at risk. Laser-guided bombs are the best option for blowing up
REPAIR BRIDGES ASAP:
If you’re unfortunate enough to have one of your bridges destroyed, the
thing you need to do is give TA points to your support player. They are the
ones who can effectively repair bridges, as the TA cost for doing so is the
BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS:
Watch the map for friendly TA strikes and don’t wander into them
advantage of the terrain where possible, and be sure to utilize natural
instance, a building is great cover against a tank, and simply moving a
metres can negate the tank’s ability to hit you.
DON’T UNDERESTIMATE THE VALUE OF AMPHIBIOUS UNITS:
Many people assume that just because the bridge is blown, you’re safe from
units. Enter the amphibious transport. This is able to cross shallow
other bodies of water to give potential unexpected avenues of attack
UNIT VETERANCY DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE:
Units in World in Conflict gain experience from capturing command points,
and damaging enemy units. These units have added benefits in that they
do slightly more damage, and have their special abilities recharge at a
rate. These can easily give you the edge in an otherwise even battle.
help of a support player to keep your units in top shape and regularly
state of veterancy to cause problems for the enemy.