This means you can keep your look and the 2% camo bonus on the tank. Yes and no, and I'll elaborate on this. I wasn't doing too good until I equipped them and combined with the excellent depression and mobility it has become a very fun tank to play. Two prototypes were built for testing but they were deemed unsuccessful. This means that trading shots or dueling tanks is extremely risky at best. Its best at abusing its camo rating and not taking fire. If a 13-90 or bulldog rolls into you and you're alone you might as well just quit to garage.
The Panther seems attractive because I love German meds and I got a crew for it but since everyone says it's 'meh' at best I can't really decide between the two. Man I went through your replays and got the tank without thinking twice. Overall the tank is not a challenging build. The only thing they should remove is statistics. You can play it like the Cromwell and also 'crominate' in matches just like the Cromwell. Seems you get ammo racked nearly every hit. I did not apply the product directly; I dabbed them gently using a wet brush, and then dabbed this brush onto the surface of the model.
Err it's available in the premium shop you buy gold from normally. Which one would you recommend? Conclusion and Recommendations This tank is extremely good. Though you could play it like a medium the tanks strengths are in its camo and sniping, so that is what you want to abuse. I have completed a review so you guys can check that out, Let us know what you think about it? To me it seems like they made french premium a laughing stock at the moment. Notice it appears much bigger than the Dracula did. Select the Dracula as a target.
The tank not only existed only on paper, but the armor was essentially paper as well: 30mm frontal armor, 20mm all around armor, which explains why it was only 34 tonnes. A good driver can make it do anything any other medium can. I haven't got an 88 but it kinda looks crap. While it was originally intended as a tank destroyer, in WoT it's more in place as a medium tank. Notice how big it looks and how much space there is at either end of the tank. It needs more fitness than the Dracula and might also be more exciting for this reason. The price is somewhat high, but this is always the case with limited run resin kits; the question is if the uniqueness of the model is worth it for the you.
I bought mine over the weekend despite knowing damn well that it was going to challenge me, but I needed a French medium trainer. Artillery will feast on you, and with a direct hit you won't even remember that there was an arty rebalance trying to counter the 1000-damage penetrating hits. If you think a little bit, it's not logic when that happens, I understand is a premium tank, but shouldn't be like that. One issue with the model is, however, the texture of the resin. Same thing in terms of the gun and armor.
Remember guys, this tank can go to tier 9 matchmaking with big guns like Obj 704 and Wt Auf Panzer, wich can destroy it in two shots, and remember too, that tank has 30 mm in all sides, turret too. I wanted to recreate the striped winter camo pattern from World of Tanks. Come to think of it the Panther mit 8. I'm using this setup right now. That being said this tank has tremendous support ability and crazy clean up potential. This tank is fine in good hands, but otherwise its useless. Adding to the problems is bad gun handling - all in all it results in an inadequate package of a quick-ish medium tank with an average gun, bad gun handling and absolutely no armor.
That's not even counting that this playstyle is impossible on most of the in-game maps. It does have a better gun though but it takes quite some skill in positioning to really exploit its strengths. If the penetration is good the tier you are fighting does not matter one little bit. Its speed allows it to go from engagement to another either flanking already engaged tanks, surprising people who don't think you can move so quickly or pulling up into the next ambush position. Or just want to start a new account? Yes, there's not question about it.
I tried sniping in first 2 mins, then I felt team might gets pissed if I camp in start for few shots. It can easily peek-a-boo enemy targets over ridgelines and has the horsepower to quickly reverse course. Vents, vertical stabilizer and I think both optics and binoculars are viable options, optics when you feel confident in this tank with your skills. Second bundle details to come in a later post. Don't be afraid of blind shooting bushes and stuff.