Are you up for a small game? In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, these are the best Holotactics units to use.
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Holotactics is a minigame. To play it, you have to finish The Odd Pair rumour. After you save Bhima and Tulli from an angry Mogu, they will join you at Pyloon’s Saloon. They will set up the game in the empty room next to the fish tank on the second floor.
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you can have BD-1 scan most of the enemies you kill. This makes them units that you can use in Holotactics. In friendly games of Holotactics against Cal’s friends, if you use your brain and the best units available, you can win some great prizes.
The AT-ST is the most expensive unit in the whole game. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you’ll meet a lot of them as you travel around Jedha. Take one, scan it, and use it in later rounds of the minigame.
It costs 25 Battle Points, which are kept from one round to the next. The price is a big downside because you can get more useful units for less money. But in terms of raw weapons, the AT-ST will make short work of most of your opponents’ units.
B1 Droid (Melee)
In Holotactics, the best units to use aren’t always the ones that are the strongest against other units. Sometimes you’ll need a little food for thought. This is the best thing for B1 Droids with physical weapons to do.
If you want to protect a high-priced unit, these can be very helpful. You’ll fight a lot of them on Koboh, which makes it easy to scan one and add it to your Holotactics army. Most of the time, they’ll at least get one hit.
The Raider Grunt is one of the most popular enemies on Koboh. If you go into Bedlam Raider area, you can expect a lot of these guys with electrically charged staffs to come at you.
This kind of aggression is good in a Holotactics match because they will rush the other team to give damage quickly. The Raider Grunt doesn’t have a lot of health, but it can hold its own long enough for your more important units to start their attack.
You can put the Raider Veteran on the Holotactics table for just five Battle Points. This fighter is no fool. It has a jetpack and an electrostaff. A few well-aimed blaster shots will kill it, but it can hold its own against most fighting units.
The Raider Veteran is meant to make your troops stronger. It will never be the main thing, but it could be the thing that changes everything. It could do enough damage to start the fight so that your other units can clean up, or it could do enough damage to end it if your other units die.
DT Sentry Droid (Hammer & Missiles)
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the DT Sentry Droid comes in three different forms. In Holotactics, you have to scan each one to get it, so as soon as you beat the Hammer & Missiles version, scan it. It costs ten Battle Points, but each one is worth it.
This is a rare Holotactics unit that can both attack close up and from afar. It has a huge hammer that can kill a lot of enemies at once. The same is true for its missiles, but they are much harder to dodge because they have to be set up first.
The Bedlam Smasher is the name of the best Bedlam Raider unit you’ll face in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. In Holotactics, there aren’t many melee-based units that can compete with the Smasher.
The Bedlam Smasher has very slow strikes, but the unit itself is very strong. It’s hard to bring one down. They also have a “jumping hammer smash” that lets them catch up to enemies who have moved away. Almost every unit can only handle one hit from the hammer.
Rocket Launcher Trooper
Most of the best units in Holotactics are ranged units, which you’ll find out quickly. It lets them shoot from a safe distance, since enemy ranged units that shoot back might miss. So, why not buy an Imperial Rocket Launcher Trooper for just six Battle Points?
The worst thing about the Rocket Launcher Trooper is that it takes a long time to reload. Put them in the back corner, and they should be able to fire a few rockets before they fall. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the enemies you face won’t send out units that can take that many straight hits.
Heavy Assault Trooper
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the Heavy Assault Trooper is a dangerous enemy that you have to fight. That is the same as saying “Holotactics.” The armoured Stormtrooper has a dangerous Z-6 rotating blaster and a shield that grows from the gun to make a circle.
As a unit in Holotactics, it moves slowly, but its blaster shoots enough shots to keep most other units at bay. This is a great way to stop higher-tier striking units from doing damage. The Heavy Assault Trooper will just mow them down as they move in.
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the Skriton is a kind of animal that looks like a scorpion. It lives on Jedha. It is a tough boss whose skin is almost impossible to break through. Blasters don’t work at all against Skriton. Only close units have a chance against them.
It costs 20 Battle Points and is the most expensive animal unit you can buy in Geometry Dash Subzero. It is fast for its size and can take a lot of damage. If you have the BP to spend, the massacre the Skriton causes won’t fail you.
In Holotactics, the Droideka is the best unit to use. They can roll away from danger, shoot a lot of blaster bolts, and their shields can take a lot of hits before they break. You can beat almost every wave with just two of them.
They only cost 12 Battle Points, which is less than what some other units cost. The Droidekas will have a field day if you save up your points and put down other units to take the force of the enemy attack.