|“||The Siege Driver is a cutting-edge Projectile weapon that fires special gravitic projectiles to destroy enemy bases.||”|
|— In-Game Description|
|Mass||576 t||1,025 t||1,640 t|
|AoE Radius||100 m|
|Firing Cycle||C: 0.0 / F: 0.0 / R: 8.0 / N: 1|
|Hull XP||765 XP||1,218 XP||1,653 XP|
|Farming Tier||VEGA Tier II/III||VEGA Tier III/IV||VEGA Tier IV/V|
|Arms Lab Required||VII||VIII||IX|
|Time||Unknown||4h 57m 30s||6h 12m 30s|
|“||Destroy enemy bases with the Siege Driver.||”|
|— Event Store|
The Siege Driver is a devastating Projectile weapon designed for base attacks.
It fires light-blue orbs that move slowly, resulting in a tiny explosion at the target's position when the projectile was fired.
Strategy and Setup
Their explosion enables them to hit two modules at once if you align the edge of the further module with your maximum range.
Siege Drivers have a low fire rate, allowing this weapon to do a ton of damage per shot, often one-hit killing any ships that run into them.
Siege Drivers are useless in fleet combat due to their huge minimum range and slow projectiles, causing them to rarely if ever hit enemy ships.
They are also prone to overkilling modules due to their slow fire rate and projectile speed. This can be remedied by equipping Iridium Magnets or simply targeting the next module once the killing blow has been fired.
Siege Drivers are incredibly massive, severely restricting what other equipment can be used on your ships.
- The Siege Driver, along with the Brimstone Torpedo, have the narrowest firing arc out of all player-obtainable ship weapons.