|“||The Exodus cruiser performs best when deployed to the front line. It's fast, armored and has a wide field of fire.||”|
|— In-Game Description|
Exodus cruisers are a larger and more powerful version of the Genesis cruisers, they have a emphasis on being a front line warship with more armor and mass.
They are particularly suited for medium and close range combat. They are quite popular amongst low level players, who replace their Genesis cruisers with Exodus cruisers.
Exodus cruisers have an emphasis on survival in combat. They have more armor slots than other ships in its tier. They are effective warships in short and medium range skirmishes in PVP.
Exodus cruisers have a good balance of armor and firepower. With three armor slots and three weapon slots, a good amount of mass, they are capable brawlers in low level combat.
Exodus cruisers can be upgraded to Mark III. Making them more effective at destroying frigates as well as increasing their mass and armor.
Exodus cruisers are not oriented for long range combat. Ships that are faster with more range can attack Exodus cruisers outside of their weapon range and continue to manoeuvre outside their range.
Exodus cruisers also have significantly less mass than other Venom battleships. Despite being a Tier II ship. Many mid level players eventually prefer using Venom battleships in their fights as they continue to progress up the technology tree and upgrade their fleet bay.
In PVP, weapons such as HEX missiles and Disruptor rays are effective. Hydra missiles, SICO missile and Thermal beams are even more potent. Exodus cruisers should avoid engaging an entire fleet of Venom battleships due to their sheer firepower.
Other rarer weapons that can only be obtained in events like Impulse beam, Reverb ray, Aurora ray and Gatling ray are also ideal weapons of choice with good firepower to mass efficiency and unique advantages of their own.
- Exodus cruisers were at one point very popular amongst players and were considered the strongest ships in PVP battles.