Cover your Tow-Cable round the AT-AT’s thighs in Walker Assault!
The Imperial AT-AT in Battlefront crushes the Rebellion using its laser beam cannons and a damaging Orbital Strike. Among these towering behemoths provides Empire an enormous benefit in Star Wars Assault, gradually stomping its way over the battlefield while obliterating enemies in its damaging path.
Fortunately the AT-AT is vulnerable to Tow-Cables. Like the iconic scene inside the Empire Strikes Back, Rebels piloting Snowspeeders can encircle the AT-AT while wrapping cables around its legs. Succeed and you will bring the sucker down.
Doing this requires skill plus some patience. You need to become acquainted with the Snowspeeder control buttons and complete the Tow-Cable mini-game. There is also other Imperials to cope with. They don’t take too kindly to viewing their biggest edge under attack.
The Snowspeeder Tow-Cable is the vehicle’s awesome ability. Get near the AT-AT and press LB + RB on Xbox One or L1 + R1 on the PlayStation 4 when you start to see the on-screen prompt. Doing this brings about a vertical club with an Airspeeder icon showing up on the display. You intend to carefully tilt the right analog stay and right down to keep this icon within the club up. In case the icon is white you’re performing a proper job. It’s red the Tow-Cable will detach momentarily.
There’s still more to do! Take note of of the four dots on the departed. With each successful lap a dot converts blue, and the vertical pub shrinks, making maintaining your icon within range tougher. Turn the fourth dot blue and the AT-AT will decrease, but don’t make the rookie mistake of taking the hands from the controls. Pull back again to stop your Snowspeeder from slamming in to the frozen tundra.
Destroying an AT-AT is straightforward in safe conditions relatively, but you’ll cope with different factors, enemy fire to begin with. There is a great chance the Imperials will begin to gang up on you. Also, an AT-AT near a pile or wall membrane poses an issue since you will have trouble making successful laps.
Tow this beast.