War Tech Fighters – Hacking Terminals

A detailed explanation of how hacking terminals works in War Tech Fighters

Hacking a Terminal

In this guide you’ll learn how to hack terminals in War Tech Fighters.

Thou the process is slightly different wether you use mouse+keyboard or a controller, the basics are pretty the same.

When your War Tech connects to a terminal you see something like this.

War Tech Fighters - Hacking Terminals

You see 4 yellow moving bars raising and falling without an apparent reason.

Mouse+Keyboard users

Using A and D (or whatever you remapped to the [Left] and [Right] commands) and the Left mouse button and the Right mouse button you rotate the decoding interfaces (those keys/buttons must be hold to see the interfaces rotating).

Controller users

Using the left and right analog sticks you rotate the decoding interfaces.

The decoding interfaces work like the tuning knobs of a radio. Your goal is to find the correct rotation for both of them.

Among the moving bars, there are 2 of them you have to keep an eye on.
The first and the third (as shown in the picture).

When you’re roughly close to the correct rotation of one interface you see those bars growing and becoming blue.

If you refine your rotation and get closer to the solution the other bar to the right grows and becomes blue as well.

This works separately with the left and the right interface.
The Left interface influences the FIRST and SECOND bars, the Right one influences the THIRD and FOURTH ones.

Note for game controller users

If you’re using a controller to play the game it will vibrate as you get glose to the solution with separate vibrations for the left and the right interfaces. Vibration is a good feedback to understand if you’re close to the solution.

When you find the correct rotations for both the interfaces all the bars becomes blue and the code is hacked.

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