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The Cycle Frontier: Quarters Guide

Every player has their own personal Quarters in The Cycle: Frontier. These provide a variety of boons to the player. This guide goes over the benefits they provide and how to improve them even further.

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In The Cycle: Frontier every player has access to their own personal Quarters. These quarters can help players to generate currencies, increase their inventories and improving crafting times.

Your Quarters in The Cycle: Frontier

Quarters are located in the station and their functions divided in 3 main sections. Let’s go over each of them one by one.

Generators

Generators can be used to generate daily amounts of K-Marks, Aurum and Supply Crates. K-Marks and Aurum are the game’s two main currencies, so you definitely want to generate as much as you can. Supply Crates, on the other hand, provide multiple daily rewards.

Upgrading generators allows you to generate and hold more K-Marks and Aurum. Supply Crates can also be upgraded, giving you better daily rewards with each tier. Generators are located to the right as soon as you enter your quarters. You have to manually check your generators and collect any currencies and supply crates, don’t forget to do so.

Inventory

Inventory can be upgraded in this game to increase the capacity of your Stash in the Station and your Safe Pockets in your loadout. Your Stash is where you store items such as resources and the like. Safe Pockets are a part of your loadout, which allows you to store items that won’t be lost should you die.

Workshop

Workshop is pretty straightforward. Upgrading it makes other upgrades take less time. For example, a generator upgrade that would take 15 minutes might take 11 minutes after a workshop upgrade. It’s pretty basic, but it definitely helps save time.

Upgrading your Quarters

As soon as you enter your quarters, you’ll notice a computer to your left. This computer allows you to upgrade any of the 3 previously mentioned categories. Picking any one category will show you the upgrade trees for that category.

It’s fairly straight forward here. Any upgrades with locks can’t be done yet, usually because you lack the lower tier upgrade right above it. Clicking on any upgrade will show you what the upgrade does and what you require to do it. Additionally, hovering over any of the required resources will let you know where they can be found. It’s a pretty straightforward process overall.

If you have all the required resources, upgrades and K-Marks to upgrade, you simply click on the Construct button. It will take some real time for the upgrade to complete. This timer counts down even if you aren’t playing the game, so you can just come back later.

On top of that, you can upgrade your quarters themselves. The requisites are shown on the top left in the same window that shows the categories. Generally, you just need to perform a certain number of upgrades and get some resources. Upgrading your quarters works the same as all other smaller upgrades. Just click on Construct once the conditions are met and wait real time for the upgrade to be done.

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Overwatch 2: Which is The Best Hero to Use | New Hero Tier List

Use these heroes when the game drops

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In various regions of the world, Overwatch 2 will be launched on October 4 and 5. To make room for the release of the game, the Overwatch servers will also be shut down. These are some of the best heroes you may use when the game is available.

Which is The Best Hero to Use, New Hero Tier List in Overwatch 2

Overwatch and Overwatch 2 are different in some ways. Hero quests, dynamic weather, passives, visual enhancements, and many more will be available. But the new maps, characters, and game types included in Overwatch 2 are among the most eagerly awaited.

Some heroes will return when the game starts, and they might get updates or revisions that alter the meta.

Overwatch 2 Tier List

There will be six different hero tiers in Overwatch 2.

S-Tier

In the Overwatch 2 meta, these heroes are so powerful that some players can carry an entire team alone.

Dva

Winston

Sombra

Kiriko

A-Tier

These heroes are powerful and skilled in both assault and defense.

Zarya

Lucio

Genji

Briggette

Sigma

Tracer

Sojourn

Zenyatta

Ana

Baptiste

B-Tier

These heroes are average yet still rather good in the current meta, depending on the map you are playing.

Doomfist

Wrecking Ball

Symmetra

Soldier-76

Torbjorn

Reinhardt

Moira

Orisa

Roadhog

Mei

Reaper

Widowmaker

Echo

C-Tier

While it is possible to utilize these heroes, there are better options available.

Ashe

Cassidy

Hanzo

Junker Queen

Mercy

D-Tier

Avoid utilizing these heroes if possible.

Bastion

Pharah

E-Tier

Playing these heroes will force you and your squad to give up on the game.

Junkrat

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