- Battle takes place in London.
- Morals off.
- Two Rounds.
- First round: Random encounter.
- Second round: Cyborg hears about Beck on the news and comes up with a plan to stop him.
Who wins and why?
Who wins and why?
I've got the beleive that the cybernetic parts of Victor and his HUD wouldn't fall for illusions. Also I'm not sure but I think it's implied his remaining skin is pretty durable as well or he wouldn't have been able to take the hits he did so bullets won't work neither will fire.
Anyone who thinks Beck wins is simply trolling.
Beck uses tech to cause the illusions. If you think for a second that Cyborg doesn’t hack those and take control then you’re delusional
Cyborg wont know its tech tho. Plus he needs to attach to hack it.
In what part of the movie he needed physically connected to things to hack them ?
Did he had physical access to Batcave before he met them ? Batcomputer ? He was physically connected to what when he found where last motherbox is ?
He doesn't need to know if he uses tech or not. His "Cyborg" part automatically activates to defend him anyways.
Cyborg hacked the batcave wirelessly, he wins both rounds by hacking the drones and turning them on Mysterio (or deactivating them and then punching a hole in his face). His HUD/technology should allow him to detect the drones as threats, and Mysterio finding a way to incap Cyborg at the least.
Cyborg hacks the drones.
He doesn't need to physically interface with technology to hack. He hacked the Batcave Supercomputer remotely from his house and hacked the military computer of the guards near the Kryptonian scout ship. In a deleted scene, he hacked the entire nuclear arsenal of the world through a simple hand gesture. Technology is basically his bitch.
Why would Cyborg be troubled with illusions created from drones when he has scanners and other detection methods? Note that I have not yet seen FFH.
Mysterio's illusions are convincing enough to fool Shield's satellites and scanners: this is directly referenced in-movie.
At very least, the illusions aren't going to be completely obvious even with the relevant scanners, though no doubt they will still help for when Mysterio tries to go for the "darkroom" approach and try to deprive Cyborg of sensory information altogether.
The hacking thing, should Cyborg be capable of it, is the obvious answer against Beck and makes this a bit of a mismatch.
Otherwise, it probably goes to cyborg after a few minutes by using information from external sensors to locate Beck and triangulate his own location while using his superior travel speed to catch up despite fumbling through the illusion around him and to nab him while his "largely bullet-proof" durability buys him enough time for this all to happen.
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