I think people misunderstood my previous question, and that's my fault. However, I think it's a good time to test out something I've been working on.
You see, I've been watching Lobotomy Corp playthroughs and realized that there is a certain dramatic weight to being fragile. Not so fragile that a single hit from anything will do you in, but using kiting and The Hellevator to escape Gevura's heavy attack is definitely a cool move.
Powered armor is supposed to reflect that. Basically, it can protect against anything that can be sprayed and allows for inhuman sprint-bursts to help evade larger-caliber weapons (more precisely, their users).
But, I'm uncertain if it makes sense from a military perspective. Assuming people have access to modern tech (as in weapons) plus this "fast" powered armor, would its sprinting bursts be useful in most combat situations?