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The Chronosphere is the Allied support superweapon. Einstein's most memorable and recognizable invention, previously used to great effect in the Second Great War. This structure has the capability to warp several vehicles to any location on the battlefield in the blink of an eye.
The Chronosphere has been improved many times over by SteinsTech over the years, such as enabling it to permanently teleport more than one vehicle, allow infantry within transports to be teleported safely, and theoretically reduce the chance of chrono vortexes to zero. The chronoshift is still deadly to unprotected infantry though.
ChronoshiftStallion Transports), even if they are grounded, amphibious transports and epic units.
Note that teleporting land vehicles (except amphibious ones) to water will cause them to sink to their demise or result in their destruction upon arrival; this also applies for teleporting naval vessels to land as well.
- The Chronosphere in the Black Forest, Germany, located next to the SteinsTech Laboratory, is the target of a Chinese strike force in Ego Ergo Hax. The first part of the mission involves escorting Yunru near the Chronosphere so she could hack it.
- Between The Gardener and Panic Cycle, the Chronosphere is used to bring the Battle Tortoise carrying KI Scientists to the SteinsTech Lab. However, the Chronoshift doesn't go as well as expected, and the Tortoise ends up a distance from the lab. Once the Tortoise is safely escorted to the lab, both it and the Chronosphere (which can't be controlled by the player) must be defended from Soviet forces for the rest of the mission. Once the Soviet forces are destroyed, both are obliterated alongside the rest of the Allied forces by a MIDAS.
- An old abandoned Chronosphere from the Second World War is the target of PsiCorps in Divergence. It must be captured from the Soviets; after 3 minutes, Rashidi's Drillers will arrive to dismantle it, which lasts for 3 more minutes. The Chronosphere must be defended from enemy forces for this duration. At the beginning of Godsend, the Chronosphere is used to teleport the Aerial Fortress Irkalla and an elite task force of Epsilon Headquarters to London.
- In Relentless, the Paradox Engine's on-board Chronosphere can be directly controlled once the first part of the mission is over, in the form of a Chronoshift that is not disabled when the player's base is low on power.
- Unlike in the vanilla game, the Chronoshift can no longer teleport enemy units nor kill any infantry. In addition, the support power Chronolift will be available once the Chronosphere and Experimental Warpshop has been constructed.