Red Talon Operator vs Soldier in State of Decay 2

Here's Red Talon Operator vs Soldier in State of Decay 2.

In State of Decay 2, the player has the option of calling in two different types of Red Talon contractors at the cost of 2750 prestige. These two characters are powerful soldiers the player can use in their community as characters.

The Red Talon contractors can also come with several unique traits and skills, all of which are randomized but are selected from a group of special skills and traits. 

Both the Red Talon Operator and the Red Talon Soldier have the same stats, skills, and even traits, so if you were wondering what the main difference is between them, there isn't any beyond how they look in the game.

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Red Talon Operators will have a daybreak uniform that includes a face mask, and soldiers will have the original daybreak uniform that just comes with a grey and black uniform. Beyond initial cosmetic appearances, there are no other significant differences than this. 

So if you were worrying about losing out on something if you went with one or the other, don't worry as, as we stated, both characters in the game are more or less the same. If you want to learn more about either of the characters in the game, check out the official wiki for State of Decay 2.

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