|Strange...it's listed in-game as a Matarhorn...yet there's clearly a Brubeck Engines 'B' on the front grille. |
Maybe it's built by Brubeck for Matarhorn? Perhaps Brubeck doesn't sell in the UK market, as far as in-game lore goes, so their products are sold under different brands in the UK?
Smaller, more civilian products sold under the Centaurus brand (anything currently listed as a Talos is actually a Centaurus, with Talos being part of the model name), and larger, more commercial oriented machines sold as Matarhorn?
But then a machine similar to this in WD2 was simply branded as a Matarhorn, no sign of Brubeck identification. Strange.
But this all does have me theorizing that Brubeck, Centaurus, and Matarhorn are all owned by a single parent company, or Matarhorn has a deep alliance with Brubeck.
| GeoZR177 wrote |
+1 for the Ocelot.
|Not a Maxx Pro rather a Force Protection Ocelot, an MRAP currently used by the British Army|
|In Game Name: Matarhorn Arbiter|
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