I cant see why the Russian players need yet another "premium!" 122mm gunned tank that will no doubt wreck everything it looks on the battlefield :/ That gun challenges even the Maus' armour, let alone Panzer IV or Panther armour...
But otherwise a great line up and i'm excited to see them in action ^^
Looking at you my pretty Leopard A1A1 <3
It is basically a IS-2 turret on a KV-1's chassis, at a 6.0 BR. That being said, it is literally just an easier-to-kill IS-2.
God_of_Velcro, AND the is2 is already prey easy pickings
Was really hoping the US attacker line would get some new additions but great update.
when WT adds a desert map, a greece map, call the patch "desert hunters" and still no clue about italians ... you feel trolled
I don't think even counting modern tanks and planes Italy would have enough to make a good tech tree,, there tanks were rather ummm , not so much tanks as assault guns or tankettes.... with a few that are real tanks.. Ive seen maybe 20 planes they had that were any good really correct me if im wrong but 20 planes is not a good tech tree making.
Rogue_309, Italian air TT would be preatty nice ... tecnically there would be more than 80 planes wich the most of them would be very good as statistics. In this site you can find some of them: https://italiantechtreewtint.weebly.com/ . Abaut tanks: There's a purpose to create an ita-hungary TT to fill all the gaps and btw the late ones (wixh are the real problem) would be italian modifications of german and usa post-war tanks
No Stug IV?? and no T-55??
Germans have the Leopard A1A1, Gerpard, RakjPz 2 HOT and Sdkfz 9 Flak37 to look forward too this update for Ground Forces.
Smin1080p, you can tell me if it will replace the German ATGM or will add the new in line behind him
nice the hudson and 2 iconic japanese fighters as well as a flakk 88 tank gun and a decent tier 1 russian aa nice.
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