Command and Conquer: Tiberium Wars is truly a game that is not for the weak and the faint of heart. One moment, you’re probably at a high, celebrating a victory that you thought was going to last, and then, boom, the next moment you’re caught up in a sad defeat. Well, to tell you the truth, when it comes to Tiberium Wars, there are actually ways to make it a quick win. However, it would be good if you’re paying attention to this tech blog, because this is where you’ll find the ways.
First of all, it’s called Rushing.
The technique of rushing is basically also known as the art of a fast, early-game, crippling strike. What is the goal? Well it is simply for you to proceed to infantry and light vehicles quickly, then using all of these elements to pressure or ‘rush’ the opponent into doing something (something dumb, as you would hope). The principle behind this is that crippling the enemy early on will then give you the headstart you need to dominate early on in the game.
So, how do you do it?
For a GDI rush, you ought to focus on the need to incorporate the following: rifleman squads, missile squads, and pitbulls. Also, as an addition (but only if you can), throw in some APCs wherein you can pile your missile squads, and then have some snipers as they will take care of infantry. Quick tip, though. You need to be careful that you don’t set up your army using too much time; if you take too long in building your army, your intended effect will not happen at all and the damage you hoped to cause shall have been impossible.
What if your opponent rushes you, too?
Should this happen, then it’s best that you keep up the attack with the units you already sent. However, remember that for everything else that you’re going to produce, you’re now going to use them to protect yourself. Lagging behind a failed attempt at a rush is possibly one of the worst situations you can ever be in, second only to being terribly devastated by an enemy’s own rush. Think along two lines: recover as quickly as possible, and be ready with your defense.
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