Incursion and Planetary Interaction
INCURSION AND PLANETARY INTERACTION
NEW Command Center Upgrades in INCURSION
INCURSION brings a significant change to the Command Center features, introduced with TYRANNIS. The intention with the change is mainly to simplify the initial deployment of your planetary facilities and make it easier for you to expand your colony and meet its need for increased power supply as its processes and manufacture chains become more complex.
INCURSION AND NEW PROCESS MANAGEMENT
Apart from a new set of Command Center upgrades system, INCURSION will also see greatly improved as well as entirely new management menus for the extracting of planetary materials. Instead of the extractor introduced with TYRANNIS, you now have so called Extractor Heads which are linked to an Extractor Control Unit. The Control Unit's menu is easily manageable and allows for a more informative inspection of the extraction progress and modification.
Basically what it means is: You can now deploy up to 10 Extractor Heads to 1 Extractor Control Unit. Instead of having to define material type, quantity and amount of cycles for each and every extractor individually as before, you can now manage these factors through 1 single menu, the Extractor Control Unit.
* The number of Extractor Head Unit’s supported. Their status and the ability to drag and move them individually. * The extraction area size for the heads. * A program production chart that displays the extraction over time, along with the rate of output. * Scan buttons for each research type. * The current cycle status. * Install/Cancel program Button.
With a new and general control tool for your Planetary Interaction activities, you also have a more specialised tool by which to modify the extraction process. This is made possible through options provided for each Extractor Head individually.
* Can be moved independently within the control range of an ECU * Can be enabled or disabled up to a maximum of 10 per ECU * Each requires PG & CPU * Can have their area of effect size adjusted * Can interfere with other ECU if in a shared area of effect. This however at the cost of reduced efficiency overall.
Planetary Interaction - Further articles and information
For further information on Planetary Interaction: Content, features, menus, management & organisation of colonies and their processes, we would like to refer you to the following articles and announcements to learn more:
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