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The L210 LAARK is an improved version of the L209 LAARK that was developed by SRPA Research and Development in 1951. The L210 LAARK has similar functions as its predecessor, with the exception of its secondary fire, which replaces the Air Brake function and employs a "shredder" device in which it fires a large number of mini rockets capable of reaching a fortified area. The secondary fire is also useful in ensuring crowd clearing situations.
The secondary fire is best suited against groups of Patrol Drones, Hybrids and Leapers as the shredder missiles can individually target multiple individuals, making it effective for clearing out swarms of weaker enemies. Ensure you fire the shredders away from cover as the auto targeting will result in them impacting anything in the way of the target.
The Soldier class can unlock the LAARK as a secondary weapon, which is a formidable asset to any team wishing to try and complete their objective. Although the Soldier must lose his protective shield while using the LAARK, the damage potential more than makes up for it.
The LAARK is only accessible in Competitive multiplayer once level 15 has been achieved. Upon attaining this level, a Berserk will be unlocked which can only be used by Humans and this will grant access to the LAARK.
The L210 LAARK improved since its design was acquired by SRPA Research and Development in 1951. Increased range and accuracy has made it a formidable weapon against Stalker, Goliaths, and other heavy vehicles. A special modification fires dozen of explosive shredders capable of reaching fortified area.
Every rocket of primary ammo has a black skull and crossbones on the main body.
(Single player) Near the end of the Chicago level in the campaign, Nathan Hale fights against the Leviathan with the L210 LAARK. It takes seven rockets to kill it.
(Co-op) The L210 LAARK is a highly effective weapon and it is capable enough to kill large groups of Hybrids in one shot if you aim in the right spot.