From July 14 to 21, Sterling, the assault of the TFB collection, is available in the store on the Caliber website for a favorable price. The set consists of the operator himself and the set of materials enough to fully upgrade this character.
Sterling is sold separately from The Old Guard kit for the first time.
Together with Sterling are: 2,700 medications, 960 alloys, 370 composite materials, 1,050 chemical components, 1,730 ciphers, 640 blueprints, 1,600 microchips, and 1,200 secret drafts.
Sterling is an underrated assault owned by very few Caliber players. On average, during a PvP match, Sterling deals more damage than any other assault, even the current idols of the public — Aphela, Faro, Volk, and Rein. If we compare Sterling and Aphela, who occupy the first and second places in terms of damage, Sterling deals 678 damage per match, while Aphela just over 600.
After the latest Caliber update, Sterling continues to perform well in other parameters:
Sterling’s Unfinished Business ability actually gives him a second life but requires a special approach to be truly effective. Statistically, Sterling uses Unfinished Business about three times per match.
An operator who was incapacitated during the effect of the ability but hadn’t bled out can perform self-revival. This gives the operator special Hit Point and Stamina Point pools. Note that self-revival consumes the operator’s whole stamina pool but gives 60 stamina points afterward.
For a special weapon, Sterling is equipped with an L17A1 grenade launcher with noticeable damage of 160. At operator level 13, Sterling receives a second special weapon grenade.
In terms of leveling, Sterling has four special traits: