Armors are types of body armor used by soldiers in XCOM 2. All soldiers are capable of equipping armor to protect themselves against damage and environmental hazards during combat missions.
The following is a list of all the body armors available in XCOM 2.
Light armors grant the wearer extra mobility and dodge stats, focusing less on health and more on the movement flexibility of the wearer. All Light Armors share the ability to Grapple to elevated surfaces. Each armor need to be manufactured individually by 'completing' the required Proving Ground project.
Medium armors are all-around general purpose armors that allow a balance between mobility and strength. All Medium armors share the ability to provide an extra utility slot on the wearer. An unlimited supply of these armors will be granted once the required build order in Engineering has been finished (with the exception of the Icarus Armor).
Heavy Armors focus on the survivability of the wearer, increasing health more than medium armor and providing armor points to block additional damage. All Heavy Armors share the ability to mount a Heavy Weapon on the wearer. Each Armor needs to manufactured individually by 'completing' the required Proving Ground Project.
SPARK Armor Edit
SPARK Armors are exclusive to the Shen's Last Gift DLC, and can only be equipped on SPARK units. They do not provide any special attributes or abilities, but an unlimited supply of armors will be granted once the required build order in Engineering has been finished. Each iteration will grant more health, mobility, and an extra armor point as technology progresses.
- SPARK Armor
- Reinforced Frame
- Anodized Chassis
- Reaper Armor
- Plated Reaper Armor
- Powered Reaper Armor
- Skirmisher Armor
- Plated Skirmisher Armor
- Powered Skirmisher Armor
- Templar Armor
- Plated Templar Armor
- Powered Templar Armor
- All armors increase a soldier's Hit Points, while only the Warden Armor, Icarus Armor, and all of the Heavy and SPARK Armors increase the Armor stat.
- The Hazmat Vest, Hellweave, Nanoscale Vest, Plated Vest, and Stasis Vest are considered utility items and may be combined with any of the above armor systems.
Table of ArmorsEdit
|Name||Type||Health||Armor||Mobility||Dodge||Item Slots||Special Attributes|
|Resistance Warrior Kevlar Armor||Basic||1|
|Wraith Suit||Light||+6||+2||+25||1||Grapple, Wraith|
|Serpent Suit||Light||+5||+1||+35||1||Grapple, Frostbite, Panic Vipers|
|Serpent Armor||Light||+7||+2||+40||1||Grapple, Frostbite, Panic Vipers|
|Icarus Armor||Medium||+7||+1||+1||2||Vault, Icarus Jump, Panic Archons|
|E.X.O. Suit||Heavy||+5||+1||1||Heavy Weapon slot|
|W.A.R. Suit||Heavy||+6||+2||1||Heavy Weapon slot|
|R.A.G.E. Suit||Heavy||+6||+1||+1||1||Heavy Weapon slot, Rage Strike, Panic Mutons and Berserkers|
|R.A.G.E. Armor||Heavy||+7||+2||+1||1||Heavy Weapon slot, Rage Strike, Panic Mutons and Berserkers|
|Hazmat Vest||Utility Item, Experimental Armor||+2||Grants immunity to Fire, Acid and Poison|
|Hellweave||Utility Item||+2||Burns enemies that try to attack in melee|
|Nanoscale Vest||Utility Item||+1|
|Plated Vest||Utility Item, Experimental Armor||+2||+1|
|Stasis Vest||Utility Item, Experimental Armor||+2||Regenerate 2 HP per turn. Up to 8 HP per a mission|