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Since we last reported on the Homeworld Remastered Mod's Player Guide, L.I.F. has added an entirely new section covering the Union of Border Worlds ships and their potential upgrades. Besides dry facts such as armor, speed, construction time and cost, the document includes personal commentary and insights on how best to use each ship class. The UBW is the third faction to be included in the Player Guide, after the Confederation and Kilrathi sides. You can download the newest update of the Player Guide here. Once you've familiarized yourself with the concept and tactics, you may want to check out mod itself. You can grab it from the Steam Workshop, or from Mod DB if you got Homeworld Remastered through GOG.

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