Note: With the release of the Parity Patch, Siege has been removed from the game. The Developers plan to re-introduce it at a later date.
ObjectiveEditOne of the teams will be escorting a player-controlled Scorpion Tank, while the opposing team will try and stop the tank from getting to the "finish line" before the time runs out.
The escort team will not only need to escort but will also need to lower the barriers by hacking and repair the Scorpion Tank using Repair Tool in order to keep it moving forward.
The defending team will need to defend the barriers from escorting agents, and can use depot items like the RL5 Armor Stinger to incapacitate the tank long enough for the timer to run out, thus winning the match.
The Scorpion Tank can only move along a predefined path and must be piloted by one player in order for it move.
Certain events specific to the Siege mode will grant additional combat points.
|Defend Scorpion Tank||100||Kill an enemy agent close to the friendly Scorpion Tank (unless you are the pilot).|
|Attack Scorpion Tank||100||Kill an enemy agent close to the hostile Scorpion Tank, including the tank's pilot.|
|Scorpion Pilot Killed||100||Kill the pilot of the tank, either by burning out or by destroying the tank. This will also give Attack Scorpion Tank.|
|Scorpion Tank Disabled||100||Given to all teammates when the hostile tank is destroyed.|
|Checkpoint Cleared||500||Given to all teammates when each checkpoint console is hacked.|
|Door Cleared||150||Given to the hacker of the barrier console. This will also give Checkpoint Cleared.|
|New Scorpion Pilot||150||Given upon entering the Scorpion Tank. A cooldown exists to prevent farming.|
No bonus points are awarded for actually loading the tank on the endpoint truck.