AMPs System is part of WildStar Action Set Builder (default key ‘B’). At level 6 you’ll unlock AMPs. You can find AMP tab right next to your Abilities tab. This feature allows you to get extra stats and additionally tune character’s build. While leveling, your character earns AMP points. At level cap, your character will have 45 AMP points obtained through leveling. At level 50 you can get 10 more AMP points by spending Elder Gems. Elder gem vendor sells item called AMP Power Upgrade that unlocks an additional point of AMP Power. A maximum of 55 AMP Power can be unlocked through leveling and bonuses. Placing points into unlocked AMPS adds new features like: abilities cooldown reductions, adds lifesteal to your attacks, improves secondary stats, unlocks new spells, adds effects on heal, damage, kill, abilities and etc.
Once you open AMPs Tab you’ll see 6 AMP sections – Assault, Support, Utility, Hybrid A/S, Hybrid A/U, Hybrid S/U grouped in three circles, representing Tiers. Each Section reflects the play stile of a player. While Assault gives more commodities for damage dealers, Support section gives more commodities to healers and tanks, Utility gives more commodities to PvP combat, Hybrid A/U; A/S; S/U with their commodities tries to connects Assault, Support and Utility.
AMPs system is part of the WildStar Action Set builder. While leveling players get AMP points, which can be used for unlocking AMPs. Tier 1 AMPs are unlocked by default, when you collect enough AMP points, but AMPS Tier 2 and Tier 3 are locked, and players have to unlock AMPs with corresponding AMP items first. These items can be obtained as quest rewards, random world drops, from Scavenged Supplies boxes you get from Challenges, or you can buy them from vendors.
In the table below you can find locations for all Engineer Amps, for both factions Exile and Dominion. By clicking on the links in the Vendor columns you can see map location for each vendor. You can also search the table by choosing vendor name, or location from drop down menus at the top of the table.
If you missed the Engineer livestream this past weekend, or just want to rewatch it, the whole stream is now available on Wildstar’s YouTube channel. It’s a great way to see the new class in action and to get a sense of how it will be played in game. Give the video a watch, and let us know what you think of the Engineer in the comments below.
Do you dream of your own private droid army? One that can support you as you blast things with your rocket launcher, or laugh off enemy attacks in your oversized power suit? Well you’re in luck, because the Engineer is here to help you fulfill those dreams.
Armed with their technical know how, the Engineer is going to bring a bunch of cool gadgets to the battlefield. Not the least of which are their bots; little helpers that can tank, dps, heal, or cc depending on what model you choose to go with. This gives the Engineer a ton of variability to players to experiment with.
Continue reading to check out all the info on the class, as well as a schedule for the Engineer’s livestream and Reddit AMA. And be sure to let us know what you think of the new class in the comments below! Continue reading →
The Engineer has finally been shown, and damn if it doesn’t look cool. From close range tanking with a massive power suit, to long range DPS with an awesome looking rocket launcher, the Engineer can do a little bit of everything. Throw in some cool bots for support and you have a one person army who is ready for any situation.
Check out the DevSpeak and take a look at the Engineer for yourself, then let us know if you’re as excited about the class as we are in the comments below.
Carbine Studios just released an awesome trailer showcasing all the classes you’ll be able to play once the game launches, including the two unrevealed classes. They are Medic and Engineer! Medic will obviously be a healing class. There is a Dev Speak video released about the medic (more about that in the next news post) and they are ultra high-tech, close range, hybrid healers and damage dealers. They carry these sci-fi looking cannon-guns called Resonators into battle and I am not sure if they fry you until you are healed or heal you until you are fried. Engineer is not there to change your oil and tighten your screws (as the main character in the video trailer so regretably says). They seem to have robot pets that will take care of all your pest problems and more. They seem to be able to have all four robots active at the same time and carry a shotgun type weapon which makes them a mid-range/long-range class with pets (hunter anyone?). I am sure we will find out more about these in the next Carbine class drop, but in the meantime enjoy some screenshots from the trailer and the trailer itself.
Marauders thought that Nexus will be easy pickings …
… until they met the Medic …
… and Engineers …
… which resulted in this new look for the marauders.