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Generation Zero: Soviet Machine Blueprints collectibles location and details

Name X Y Desc
Lynx (Scout) -2953.6 -1966.0 The grunt unit of the Soviet Military, it typically moves in groups of 4 and can quickly create strategies based on the flow of battle.
Lynxes can travel on all sorts of terrains due to their large gyroscope, a unique locomotion technology responsible for their swift and unpredictable movement. The sphere is protected by two prominent steel railings as well as other pieces of armor plating.

Two rear-mounted diesel engines supply the Lynx’s horsepower while a front-facing sensory organ provides environmental and tactical information.

The Scout model can be recognized by its military green camo and is equipped with retractable saw blades for melee combat as well as a burst assault rifle mounted on the top of the chassis.

Loadout:
Burst assault rifle
Sawblade
Lynx (Soldier) -2470.4 -1848.0 This machine typically moves in groups of 4 and can quickly create strategies based on the flow of battle. Lynxes can travel on all sorts of terrains due to their large gyroscope, a unique locomotion technology responsible for their swift and unpredictable movement. The sphere is protected by two prominent steel railings as well as other pieces of armor plating.

Two rear-mounted diesel engines supply the Lynx’s horsepower while a front-facing sensory organ provides environmental and tactical information.

The Soldier version is recognizable by its distinctive yellow camo, frontal grids protecting the sphere, and reinforced armor for the engines. In addition to the regular Scout's loadout, this model comes equipped with a grenade launcher, which can be deadly at medium-range.

Loadout:
Burst assault rifle
Grenade launcher
Sawblade
Lynx (Spetsnaz) -1543.7 -3374.7 This machine typically moves in groups of 4 and can quickly create strategies based on the flow of battle. Lynxes can travel on all sorts of terrains due to their large gyroscope, a unique locomotion technology responsible for their swift and unpredictable movement. The sphere is protected by two prominent steel railings as well as other pieces of armor plating.

Two rear-mounted diesel engines supply the Lynx’s horsepower while a front-facing sensory organ provides environmental and tactical information.

This special forces unit sports a classic winter camo and a sphere with chains to move on snowy grounds. Its loadout includes all the weapons equipped on other models, but the addition of a fearsome flamethrower as well as reinforced armor plating make this particular version a force to be reckoned with.

Loadout:
Burst assault rifle
Grenade launcher
Flamethrower
Sawblade
Wolf (Scout) -1560.5 -4144.7 Designed to transport and deploy infantry machines of the Soviet Military, the Wolf is often utilized during the first stages of an invasion. However, as a result of its remarkable loadouts, this machine is a mighty opponent in its own right: a missile launcher on each side of the body, toxic gas attack and a menacing Gatling gun provide the offensive power necessary to deal with enemies at all kinds of ranges.

In 'tank mode', Wolf machines travel alone carrying 4 Lynxes of the same class packed in their hollow body. After deploying the Lynxes, the Wolf may transition to 'assault mode', a stance of increased mobility which exposes the deadly Gatling gun, but also most of the machine's vital organs.

The Scout model can be recognized by its military green camo.

Loadout:
Missile launcher
Toxic gas dispersal
Lynx-unit deployment
Gatling gun
Wolf (Soldier) -1667.6 -2816.0 Designed to transport and deploy infantry machines of the Soviet Military, the Wolf is often utilized during the first stages of an invasion. However, as a result of its remarkable loadouts, this machine is a mighty opponent in its own right: a missile launcher on each side of the body, toxic gas attack and a menacing Gatling gun provide the offensive power necessary to deal with enemies at all kinds of ranges.

In 'tank mode', Wolf machines travel alone carrying 4 Lynxes of the same class packed in their hollow body. After deploying the Lynxes, the Wolf may transition to 'assault mode', a stance of increased mobility which exposes the deadly Gatling gun, but also most of the machine's vital organs.

The Soldier version is recognizable by its distinctive yellow camo and reinforced armor plating that protects its head and legs. In addition to the regular loadout, this model comes equipped with a recovery field, an innovative nano-technology that can heal the Wolf and the units it deployed.

Loadout:
Missile launcher
Toxic gas dispersal
Lynx-unit deployment
Gatling gun
Nanotech recovery field
Wolf (Spetsnaz) -594.2 -4026.6 Designed to transport and deploy infantry machines of the Soviet Military, the Wolf is often utilized during the first stages of an invasion. However, as a result of its remarkable loadouts, this machine is a mighty opponent in its own right: a missile launcher on each side of the body, toxic gas attack and a menacing Gatling gun provide the offensive power necessary to deal with enemies at all kinds of ranges.

In 'tank mode', Wolf machines travel alone carrying 4 Lynxes of the same class packed in their hollow body. After deploying the Lynxes, the Wolf may transition to 'assault mode', a stance of increased mobility which exposes the deadly Gatling gun, but also most of the machine's vital organs.

This special forces unit sports a classic winter camo and heavily reinforced armor. Its loadout includes all the weapons equipped on other models, with the addition of a charged shock pulse, a weapon that inflicts high electric damage to nearby enemies, and cluster mines, a short-range, but highly damaging explosive.

Loadout:
Missile launcher
Toxic gas dispersal
Lynx-unit deployment
Gatling gun
Nanotech recovery field
Cluster mines
Charged shock pulse