- "Creative Bastards, aren't they? Looks like they're using old Lancers!"
- — Baird on first seeing a Turret in action.
The "Multi-Turrets" were multi-weapon, multi-purpose stationary turrets created by the Savage Locust as a replacement for the Troika, and can have various weapons mounted on them, such as Mk 1 Lancer Assault Rifles, Mk 2 Lancer Assault Rifles, Gnasher Shotguns and Boomshot Grenade Launchers.
What the Savage Locust lack in technology, they more than make up for in ingenuity, and with no Troika Turrets to be found they created improvised gun racks to mount and fire multiple weapons simultaneously. They can swap in whatever weapons they can salvage whether that's Pendulum Wars era Lancers, Gnasher shotguns or the grenade launching Boomshot.
Multiplayer and Horde 2.0Edit
- Horde 2.0 in Gears of War 3 for 1,500 dollars. Turrets are used for decimating small groups of enemy troops, especially against Wretches . They are also useful when a Brumak comes into the fray, where you can use the Multi-Turret to destroy the Brumak's wrist-mounted chain guns. The Retro Lancer Multi-Turret upgrade is the initial man-able turret, which costs $1500 to build and requires a Level 4 Barrier. It holds 600 rounds of ammunition. The Retro version of the Multi-Turret is available to buy in
|1||Retro Lancer Turret||$1500||Level 4 Barrier||Holds 600 rounds of ammunition.|
|3||Lancer Turret||$2500||$50,000||Holds 600 rounds of ammunition.|
|4||Repair Cost Reduced||n/a||$90,000|
|5||Troika||$4000||$140,000||Holds 400 rounds of ammunition. Enemies will not be downed.|
|6||Repair Cost Reduced||n/a||$200,000|
|7||Armored Troika||$5000||$270,000||Holds 500 rounds of ammunition. Enemies will not be downed.|
|8||Repair Cost Reduced||n/a||$360,000||Command Center Unlocked (Requires Horde Command Pack DLC).|