Dune: Spice Wars is a new 4X Real-Time Strategy game, based on a Frank Herbert’s book series. The game is developed by well-known studio Northgard.
“Control the spice, control the universe with Dune: Spice Wars”
How to Get all Resources in Dune: Spice Wars
While exploring the vast space of the dangerous deserted planet Arrakis, you will be finding other different resources. Each of them has its own functions.
You will need to fight over the most valuable resource in this universe: spice. It’s widely used to travel through space and is able to expand consciousness. As it can only be found in Arrakis, it is sought by the most influential forces in the universe. You will lead one of the several fractions, like House Atreides, House Harkonnen, the Smugglers, and the native Fremen, and fight for domination over Dune and the spice.
Spices in Dune: Spice Wars
The most valuable resource in the game and Arrakis is the only planet you can find it on. Players can sell it for Solari through the CHOM Contract, exchange it with other factions, and keep it in stock to pay the Imperial Tax at Dune: Spice Wars.
You enter the game with 0 Spices. To start Spice Production you will have to set up Refineries in Villages near Spice Field and then deploy Harvesters at these Spice Fields. Another option is to hire Crews that can be attributed to Harvesters to increase Spice production. You can hire a 3 membered Crew using Manpower.
Agent in Dune: Spice Wars
With the help of agents, you can infiltrate enemy bases and conduct Espionage.
New Agents can be unlocked by completing the Intelligence Network tree in Developments.
Authority is an extremely important resource and is really hard to get due to non-tradeability. It represents leadership and works as an engine for the whole base.
You start with a basic of 4 assign agents to the Iraqis infiltration Every area has it’s own cost and authority the further you go through the map the more expensive it gets.
Some interactions in the game can provide you with some Authority. Trade with Siethes, establish relationship Levels with other Factions.
Player can get a +30% Authority production by constructing the Administrative Hall in their Main Base.
Unlock Local Dialect Studies, Lay of the Land, Outpost Logistics, and Sand Diplomacy in Development.
Influence/Landfill Standing in Dune: Spice Wars
Influence is a medium of exchange that can be spent to increase your Faction’s Votes for the Landsraad Resolutions. It can be traded between all the Factions, or produced by constructing specific buildings.
You can gain Influence by assigning agents to the Landsraad.
By constructing listening Posts you gain +2 Influence production.
Council Chamber gets you +30% Influence production which allows you to spend Influence to cancel resolutions applied to your faction.
The Embassy is another building that adds +2 Influence production and gives a +20% bonus to production based on relationship level with other Factions.
Solari in Dune: Spice Wars
Solari is the fuel of your base and your cash. The official currency unit of the Imperium which can be traded between Factions. You can also trade Spice for Solari via the CHAOM Contract based on their Faction’s Landsraad Standing
Solari as well as Plascrete is used for the maintenance of all buildings: build expansions to your base (not to add buildings to villages).
Seek for regions with Rare Elements, which are perfect for getting Solari. You will need to build a Processing Plant in the nearby Village to start Solari conversion from Rare Elements. Some Villages will also have Merchants who will add +3 Solari production to the overall income.
Solari is used to upkeep all buildings, that is why players need to build Maintenance Centers at Villages with more buildings to reduce and streamline the upkeep. Gaining a Special Region like Well of Riches allows players to get +100% Processing Plant resource production, as well as +500 Hegemony.
Water in Dune: Spice Wars
No wonder water is the rarest and most sought-after resource in the game. With it, you can take control of any village or trade with Sietches.
Water needs to be harvested since it is not available for trading between Factions.
You can get +50 Water production by constructing Water Extractor at Special Regions such as Polar Sink. Placing Windtraps at Villages with high Wind Strength will give you +3 productions of every level of Wind Strength in each Region.
Unlock Water Trade and Water Seller Contacts in Development.
Manpower in Dune: Spice Wars
Manpower is the human resource in Dune: Spice Wars. Train soldiers and crew members to manage transport vehicles.
You will have to build a Recruitment Center at their main Base to massively increase the production of Manpower.
You can also build Recruitment Office in various Villages. It is highly recommended to build the Recruitment Center in villages with the Strong-Willed and Way of Desert traits. It allows the player to train indigenous troops to increase the total Manpower.
Unlock Ground Command and Call to Arms in Development.
Plascrete in Dune: Spice Wars
Plascrete is a universal resource in Dune: Spice Wars, which is highly required for all aspects of construction. It’s your building material. Like most resources in the game, it can be traded between Factions.
You will need to create Plascrete Factories in various Villages. Regions with Minerals give a +50% boost to production.
Hegemony is basically your XP.
It unlocks new constructions to expand your base as you reach certain tiers. You can get hegemony by doing literally anything — from voting on resolutions in the Landsraad Council to defeating enemy military units — or by paying your taxes.
Another way is to build a Craft Workshop in the village to gain +2 hegemony every day. You can also build an Administrative Hall on your faction’s main base.
Unlock Crew Training Program in Development.
Knowledge is basically a resource that determines how fast you research new Developments.
You gain knowledge by constructing Research Hub in various Villages.
Unlock Local Hubs in Development.
Intel is a tradable resource and is important for carrying out Operations. It can be stocked up to 1000 units. With its help players can gain key information over rival Factions to carry out different Espionage missions.
Build Data Centres in Villages to get a +2 Intel production. Players can also construct the Intelligence Agency at their Main Base to get 20% more Intel production from Agents.
Fuel Cells in Dune: Spice Wars
Fuel Cells is another non-tradable resource, and you can’t get these from other Factions when you fall into a deficit.
With a help of Fuel Cells, you can run all your vehicles, it is also needed in a few buildings. Power your spice Harvesters and build new ornithopters.
You gain fuel cells by building Fuel Cell Factories in Villages near Regions with Energy Sources. These Factories have an upkeep of +8 Solari and +4 Plascrete. It is better to build the Fuel Cell Factory near Energy Source, allowing +50% overall production.
Unlock Energy Markets in Development.
Command Points are responsible for how many military units you can have. Each unit takes up a number of command points — troopers require three and support drones take four, for example. If a unit is destroyed (or you disband them), you get those command points back.
Construct the Command Post at the Main Base.
You gain more command points by researching and unlocking Ground Command, High Command, and Air Command in Development.