|This article is about the enemy in Mass Effect 3: Retaliation. For information about Seeker Swarms in general, see Seeker Swarm. For the multiplayer power, see Seeker Swarm (power).|
Once launched, a Seeker Swarms targets players in order to explode near them. If a player is caught in the Seeker Swarm, they will take a small amount of damage and their cooldown-based powers will be disabled for a short length of time. Their explosion will also significantly decrease the accuracy of any and all players caught within the blast.
Seeker Swarms move fast and can be hard to target due to their shape. They only have a small amount of health, but it's much higher than their size would suggest.
- Area of affect powers such as Shockwave, Electric Slash, and Inferno Grenade are one of the quickest and easiest ways to eliminate a Seeker Swarm.
- Singularity can be used to immobilize and eventually destroy a Seeker Swarm.
- As a swarm is about to explode, it will momentarily stop and vibrate even more frantically. Running away while it is immobile will cause the swarm to dissipate while keeping power use intact.
|Mass Effect 3 Enemies|
|CAT6||Brooks • CAT6 Heavy • CAT6 Sniper • CAT6 Specialist • Clone • Disruption Drone|
|Cerberus||Adjutant • Assault Trooper • Atlas • Centurion • Combat Engineer • Dragoon • Dr. Eva • Guardian • Kai Leng • Legion Assassin • Nemesis • Phantom • Rampart Mech • Turret|
|Collectors||Abomination (Possessed) • Collector Captain (Possessed) • Collector Trooper (Possessed) • Collector Web • Praetorian (Possessed) • Scion (Possessed) • Seeker Swarm (Plague)|
|Geth||Combat Drone • Geth Bomber • Geth Hunter • Geth Prime • Geth Pyro • Geth Rocket Trooper • Geth Trooper • Geth Turret|
|Reapers||Banshee • Brute • Cannibal • Harvester • Husk • Marauder • Ravager • Swarmer|