• This article covers the Resistance unit Scout.

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    1 Statistics

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    2 Overview

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    3 Attributes

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    4 Technology Upgrades

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    5 Gallery

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    6 Trivia

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    7 Notes

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Original Urban Assault help files entry.




Weapon type:None
Machine gun:No
Fire rate:N/A
Hit points:*
Best used against:N/A

As "your eye in the sky," this surveillance camera peels back the fog of war for a great distance, providing a tremendous tactical advantage. The fast air speed and nimble maneuverability of the Scout makes it perfect for commanders to see where enemy units are located, as well as motherships, technology upgrade centers, and other facilities. When you jump into a Scout, you can also use it as a mobile command post to give orders to ground units below while surveying all the action. The Scout becomes available early in the campaign as a technology upgrade.

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This section contains basic in-game information and properties of the object.

Single-Player & Multiplayer


Vehicle NameScout
Vehicle ID9
Vehicle ClassSatellite (ufo)
Energy5000 (50)
Radar Range4
AI Flight Altitude800
AI Attack Distance (vs Sectors)150
AI Attack Distance (vs Units)100
AI Retreat Distance (vs Sectors)10
AI Retreat Distance (vs Units)50
AI Task Preference Rating0 (vs Host Station)
0 (vs Aircraft)
0 (vs Helicopter)
0 (vs Tank)
0 (Sector Conquest)
10 (Reconnaissance)


* The unit of time used in the game engine/data script is in milliseconds by default.

* All energy values that appear in the game are divided by 100 from the actual engine/data script values.

* Player-controlled units will receive -60% incoming damage and increased manoeuvrability, as well as alternative firepower.

* AI-specific parameters such as flight altitudes or attack patterns are completely ignored when the unit is directly controlled by the player.

* AI-controlled air units can override their pre-set flight altitude values when targeting player-controlled vehicles above them, or when attacking host stations.