Survive the new frontier in Starhawk on PlayStation 3 with these handy hints from developer, LightBox Interactive.
Working as a team in Starhawk on PS3 is absolutely critical to having a real shot at winning. If you try to fly solo, you will fail. Teamwork, is paramount to coming out on top, so be sure to find yourself a good squad.
For the love of God - RUN
Press the R2 button on your wireless controller to run. Do it all the time. Never, ever, walk around. Run, run and run. Otherwise you are a sitting duck. You have been warned.
In Starhawk it's absolutely imperative that you use your Wireless Stereo Headset as a means of communication with your teammates. Trust us, you'll last a whole lot longer. Be sure to encourage your friends to use their headsets too so you can all work together for the best kind of Starhawk experience.
The mines in Starhawk are magnetic, which means you can attach them to your Hawk or Razorback vehicles. Once they are attached, and if you can get close enough to an enemy Hawk or Razorback, the mine will automatically stick to your opponent.
Wall spam, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing
If you place a lot of walls on a map using the Build and Battle system, they have a tendency to suck up a lot of space. Be sure to place walls on a map intelligently by looking for potential bottlenecks. It's very tempting to build walls as they are relatively cheap to construct in the game, but stand firm and avoid spamming the battlefield with unwanted clutter.
Tear it down
You can sell and remove most buildings on the map by using the yellow control panel found on each structure. Simply approach the panel, choose Remove from the options menu and down it comes.
Bite the hand that feeds
If you ever come across a player on the Starhawk battlefield with a handle that begins with LBI or SONY, it's us. So go ahead and try and take us out. We want you to. Really, we do.
So, what are you waiting for? Put these great tips to use on the PlayStation 3 battlefield and get blasting on Starhawk now.
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