Brought late into the war by the
Americans, and first deployed from the landing
craft on the beaches of Normandy, this robot
benefited from a design already tested by years
of application in war. Originally intended to
fulfill an anti-aircraft role, the Hausen was
found to be an invaluable aid in the urban combat
taking place on the long road to Berlin. Its
four guns proved a boon to Allied troops with
their ability to lay down a withering curtain
of lead to tear through sniper roosts.
-Extremely large forearms used for added stability
and for breaching walls and barricades in urban
-Secondary sighting system aimed at the sky
for an anti-aircraft role.
-Set of four 35mm flak cannons.
-Plated skirt protects shoulder joints and allow
for quick servicing.