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  1. You for the last year: "Tornado When???!" *Gives Tornado* Also you: "NOOOOO not THAT Tornado"
    49 points
  2. I can ban you for spam pinging me every day if you like?
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  3. 33 points
  4. Do not consider it as hint, I just noticed your post as the opportunity to drop some Michel Scott moment.
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  5. Artist's impression (i.e. me and 5 minutes in MS Paint) of a MiG-25 turning battle in the current AB maps.
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  6. It has come to my attention that you are required to unlock and purchase FIVE (5) Rank VII planes to unlock Rank VIII! I believe this is requirement is excessive and should be reduced to 4. The 5 plane requirement is quite literally asking to research all planes from all lines or most just to unlock said Rank. It's too much, specially taking into account the RP and SL requirements of each of these planes. Take U.S, for instance. I researched all three fighter lines. Why should I be required to research and purchase the whole bomber/attacker line I have no interest in now just to be able to unlock Rank VIII? This is asking to research and purchase the entire tech tree just to unlock the top Rank. In most trees, this requires you to research and purchase every single line: about 1,850,000 RP and 5,040,000 SL worth of Rank VII vehicles.
    21 points
  7. You will stop, not because people need to pay to you, but because you are breaching the forum rules and spamming off topic posts which we have warned about many times in this thread. It's not for you to decide what can and what cannot be posted here. You can use the appropriate areas of the forum to discuss as much as you like. But you cannot go into a thread and tell others what you want to post is fine and they are the ones wrong. Please check the forum rules and review your previous posts. That's quite enough off topic discussions from everyone on the Kfir and Python. Please take it to the relivant topics and areas guys. It doesn't belong here.
    21 points
  8. https://warthunder.com/en/news/7983-development-9a35m2-it-s-time-to-master-missiles-en The Holidays are coming, traditions be kept "Where are our dovblegs", so many people wept "They come when they're ready", Smin assured So many discussions 'bout vehicles were endured But look, here's a Gopher, and it brings Strela-10 And the end of the question: "Dovbleg is when?" Dovbleg is NOW! And update is soon! So many people are over the moon! ... ... Four weeks to Christmas, people. I thought some traditions would have to be kept. Dovbleg rhymes are BACK!
    21 points
  9. New leak Source: I made it like 5 minutes ago
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  10. On the flipside, when we don't release equal tier premiums for every nation at once or at the same time, equally as many people who care about one nation are asking why we miss some of them out. Imagine if we just released the intruder and called it quits. It would be "OnLy UsA aGaIn!". This time, multiple nations get them at the same time. There is plenty of things coming in the update, with generally a little something for everyone.
    20 points
  11. To celebrate St. Andrew’s day this year, the Scottish flag is available in War Thunder! You can find it in the World Flags tab in the decal menu - you’ll be able to purchase it from 30.11.2022 until 02.12.2022 at 10:00 GMT. Make sure to add this rare flag to your collection, and help celebrate the Feast of St. Andrew! You can find Scottish flag (and all other national flags) in customisation menu Decals > Common > World Flags
    20 points
  12. Quick headsup that politics are still severely punished.
    19 points
  13. 1- Add the R-73 with HMD 2- Add the R-73 without HMD 3- Do not add the R-73, keep the MiG-29 with R-60Ms With other alternative solutions to keep it as balanced as possible, they could for example: provide AIM-9Ls for more aircraft and perhaps the AIM-9M if possible and needed the Python-3 for the Israeli F-16 and the PL-8 for some Chinese jets HMD for the F-16 as well add the AIM-95 Agile prototype 55g thrust-vectoring dogfight missile to (one of or all of them): F-4C, F-4J, F-8E and/or A-7 These are random examples to help you think more and shape your opinion. If you have more to share, please feel free. They might not add it this patch according to feedback, but before you come to quick conclusions please read what must be said about the R-73, so the feedback is most realistic and fair (either fairly and realistically positive or negative). First I want to stress on something: the R-73's addition is inevitable. It is THE heat-seeking missile for all 4th generation Russian jets. Whether it gets added this patch or later will not make a difference. The Russians were ahead of the West here in IR missiles and they did not catch up with them until the AIM-9X, IRIS-T and MICA were introduced in the 21st century. In my view, it's pointless to delay it. Should we advocate to delay it because the US did not have a closer counterpart until the AIM-9X? I think of course not. The addition of it does also not negate the power of the AIM-9L. Though it does not come very close to the R-73's effectiveness, in its own right it's still a powerful missile that can destroy the MiG-29. If a MiG-29 is dead, it cannot use its R-73s. Allow the meta to shift, it's natural! Second: this is where I want to provide objective information on the R-73 and I like to recommend careful reading. What makes the R-73 scary for some people in the community is that. yes, its scary how agile it was, advertised to keep up with 12g aircraft and no aircraft in real life can pull past 9g. In terms of maneuverability, it may just be almost invincible to being dodged.. but it is not necessarily about its maneuverability and HMD combo because even the most maneuverable missiles like the SRAAM are easily confused by flares.... but more so that the R-73 gets IRCCM. I would like to make a few things clear: we already have IRCCM-compatible missiles in the game such as the Magic 2. The Magic 2 currently does not get IRCCM, so there's a chance it doesn't get IRCCM either. However in the event that it does, I have information on what kind of IRCCM it had. The R-73 had spatial separation for IRCCM, slightly better than the Igla but not better than the Stinger POST's. In real life, under usual conditions, the R-73's kill probability was rated at 90%, but with flares it dropped to 55%. In real life, France and the US concluded that in order to defeat the R-73's IRCCM, the pilot had to flare enough. There were no specific maneuvers required, just that they had to flare enough to confuse the R-73. The IRCCM is not modern 21st century AIM-9X levels. It was designed in the 70s. Conclusion: the R-73 is an extremely agile missile with 45g load at the beginning and 40g at the end of the rocket boost. It's quite HOBS capable and currently has HMS / HMD (helmet sight cueing system). In real life, it could be defeated by flaring enough. In-game, it may not come with IRCCM which would make its maneuverability and HOBS redundant if you drop flares. But if it does come with IRCCM, you will have to drop enough flares. Adding it now or later does not make any difference. It will have to be added sooner or later, especially as the Su-27 did not have access to R-60Ms. I also don't think they should remove THE short-range for Russian fourth generation jets because the West does not have an exact, down to the nail counterpart until the AIM-9X. In my opinion I'm content with the R-60M, and I think the point still stands that they cannot delay the R-73, it may just be coping and ignoring the inevitable. The AIM-9L is also still very good regardless, and more maneuverable over distance. If an AIM-9L hits a MiG-29, no R-73s can be fired. And lastly, the German MiG-29 should also get R-73s when it's added, so with the regular mixed matchmaker it could even the sides identically. Thanks for reading!
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  14. As I said in the Rumor Roundup thread, the MiG-29 without R-73 would be like adding the F-14 without AIM-54, So as long as other nations receive AIM-9L or other comparable missile like Python, PL-8 and such I see absolutely no issue with the MiG-29 getting R-73 this update. And TBH it's going to get added eventually so....... might as well get it over with and introduce it on the plane it came into service with like the Phoenix on the Cat.
    18 points
  15. The J7-II is not Mig-21 The AV-8 is not Harrier
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  16. In the upcoming War Thunder update, our aircraft trees will climb to rank VIII! We are also introducing a rank VII Premium aircraft to boost research of the new top-tiers. Meet the A-6 Intruder, a highly sophisticated American all-weather attack aircraft, originally developed in the late 1950s based on the USN’s experiences in the Korean War. A-6E TRAM Intruder, strike aircraft, USA, Rank VII. Premium. Features: Outstanding ordnance capacity Excellent strike capabilities Capable radar system Thermal vision No fixed weaponry Traditional turbojet engine without afterburner Dear players! We are thrilled to announce a tier-up for War Thunder aviation! The upcoming major update will bring rank VIII to the game which will include 4th generation jets and aircraft of comparable combat efficiency. Also, almost every gaming nation will also receive a rank VII Premium aircraft to boost up the progress of any single plane in the national tech tree, including new top tiers. Today we reveal the first one, menacing A-6E Intruder wielding the heaviest payload in the game and the TRAM targeting pod which allows to use laser guided bombs! Pre-order - A-6E TRAM Intruder Pack The Kit Includes: A-6E TRAM Intruder (Rank 7, USA) 2000 Golden Eagles Premium account for 15 days Pre-order bonus: "Cool Hand" title Pre-order bonus: tricolor camouflage 69.99 STORE History In the aftermath of the Korean War, the United States Navy concluded that its air support availability heavily depended on fair weather conditions as the primary strike aircraft at the time was the piston-powered A-1 Skyraider. As a result, the Navy issued a set of requirements for a new all-weather strike aircraft in 1955 to which eight aircraft manufacturers submitted a total of 11 design proposals by 1957. Among the submissions, Grumman’s proposal for a twin-engine turbojet aircraft was selected as the winner of the competition in 1958. The first prototype of the aircraft, designated YA2F-1, took to the skies in 1960 with the first production aircraft entering service in 1963 under the official designation A-6 Intruder. Although the A-6 Intruder was among the most advanced aircraft at its time due to its sophisticated avionics, it was also subject to frequent upgrades. As a result, a multitude of variants were subsequently developed throughout its service life. Among the later variants was the A-6E TRAM, introduced in 1978. Apart from featuring improved electronics, it also incorporated the TRAM (Target Recognition Attack Multi-Sensor) pod under its nose, allowing the installation of more advanced suspended weaponry. Although only around 70 were built anew, most older A-6E airframes were converted to this standard. In general, A-6 Intruders took part in many conflicts over their 30-year service career. Starting their service by taking part in the Vietnam War of the 1960s, the A-6 Intruders also took part in other conflicts during the 1970s and 80s as well as in the Gulf and Balkan Wars of the 1990s. Overall, close to 700 Intruders were produced before the aircraft was officially decommissioned from service in the late 1990s. In War Thunder, the A-6E TRAM Intruder will be a new Premium naval strike aircraft joining the seventh rank of the American aviation tree with the release of the next major update. Due to its omission of fixed forward firing weapons - a highly unconventional trait for an American strike aircraft - the Intruder may at first appear like a toothless tiger but rest assured, this bird carries enough firepower to single handedly wipe out an entire tank platoon! We got your attention now, pilot? Then keep on reading to find out more. Before we dive deep into explosive matters however, it’s worth taking a look at the A-6E itself of course. The Intruder is a relatively compact naval aircraft powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney turbojet engines. The aircraft may not be able to break the sound barrier but it can still reach a more than respectable top speed of about 650 mph (~1,000 km/h), thus allowing it to quickly get in and out of the heat of battle. Download Wallpaper: 1920x1080 2560x1440 3840x2160 As previously mentioned, the A-6E doesn’t feature any sort of fixed forward firing weapons, making the pilots’ dogfighting and strafing capabilities with the Intruder severely limited. However, this doesn’t mean that the Intruder is a sitting duck against hostile aircraft either as pilots can choose to include Sidewinder AIM-9L missiles , as well as 20mm gunpods in their loadouts to counter such aerial threats. But going back to the subject of the Intruder’s ground attack capabilities - pilots will be able to choose between different types of suspended weaponry to mount onto the five hardpoints found on the A-6E. The A-6E can mount unguided FFAR and Zuni rockets as well as incendiary and conventional bombs of various calibers up to 2,000 lbs. Total loadout is truly outstanding: in the “bomb truck” setup the Intruder is capable to bring up to 28x500lbs or 13x1,000lbs bombs! However, pilots can also equip their warplane with more advanced precision munition such as GBU-10, GBU-12 or GBU-16 Paveway II laser guided bombs - up to five at once. Thanks to this vast assortment of weapon options, pilots can always ideally equip their aircraft for the task at hand. The A-6E Intruder is soon arriving into War Thunder as the new Premium American strike aircraft with the release of the next major update. In the meantime, be sure to follow the news for the latest information regarding the upcoming update. Until then, clear skies and happy hunting pilots!
    18 points
  17. Well apparently not LOL! Good joke guys, job well done!
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  18. This thread whenever it's getting close to an exact hour:
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  19. "Suffer" is an exaggeration. In the dogfights, both were equally matched, but the F-16 pilots were better trained. Physically the MiG-29 is superior: They preferred the F-16C mostly because it was high tech in comparison to the older German MiG-29A. There's a lot of tech in the F-16C's cockpit that makes life easier for the pilot, whereas for the MiG-29A 9-12A, there's more stuff to pay attention to. A more accurate claim would be that it bleeds energy less. The MiG-29's climb rate is 335 m/sec, the F-16C's climb rate is 254 - 275 m/sec besides the notable acceleration characteristics favoring the MiG-29, and being faster in a straight line. I am realistic and I know my aircraft. It's just that for many people, the idea that Soviet tech can be better then American tech or even just good is considered propaganda and difficult to swallow.
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  20. It's kinda hard to make out anything of its latest photo.
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  21. I swear to god I will lose my mind if you guys don't begin to understand that leaked images from pre-dev servers will not contain all vehicles in the tech tree like how every single dev server does. Every time there is a dev server, some vehicles are hidden but accessible. Shut up. Shut up. Shut up.
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  22. We had Finland just last patch. So I would lower your expectations of a whole new nation this patch. Rank VIII is the big stuff. As for everything else, please wait for the news like everyone else.
    16 points
  23. Its all fine and Dandy but 70 USD for a Premium Plane with only 2000GE and 15 Premium time is just not enough. since all Pack Premiums had these bonuses since the first 30 USD Premiums like the Tiger 2 H SLA, maybe its time just add a bit more flavour to that pre oder pack. 60 Dollars is already a new game price now you want to push beyond with the same bonuses? How about you add another 1000GE on top of handing out an additional 30 days of premium time because would be at least acceptable from my point of view.
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  24. With a price tag of $69.99 USD why purchase the new jet for the US when the golden eagles and premium time are not increased as well????? If your going to put 10 extra dollars into the total, it makes more sense to increase the golden eagles to 3000 and the premium time to 20 days. Why not do that for your player base.... at least that.
    15 points
  25. I'm currently developing an AI to answer for me at this stage ))) Smin8080p
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  26. Gaijin be trolling like: Step 1: announce Rank VIII Step 2: spend the next seven days showcasing just about anything but any of these like they haven't just dropped the biggest bomb in 2022 Step 3: XD
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  27. The SUB-I-II is one of four prototypes of what would eventually become the Type 73 APC in service with the JSDF from 1973. Coming to War Thunder as part of the next major update, Japanese tankers may look forward to the arrival of a specific version of this prototype, featuring a 20mm turret that didn’t make it into the production variant! Briefly: A prototype version of the Japanese Type 73 APC, outfitted with an experimental 20 mm roof-mounted turret. SUB-I-II, SPAAG, Japan, rank IV Features: Fast-firing 20mm cannon Decent mobility Light protection Amphibious History Based on the influence of the Vietnam War as well as on the experiences from using the American M113 APC, the Japanese military concluded several drawbacks on their Type 60 APC. Namely, it was deemed that the vehicle had slightly poor mobility, lacked amphibious capabilities and had no NBC protection systems in place. As a result, in 1964 various Japanese companies, including Mitsubishi, began work on addressing some of these drawbacks by conducting tests with experimental platforms. By 1967, the Defense Agency laid out the requirements for a new APC design and contacted several companies to produce different parts of the vehicle. Furthermore, four prototype versions were ordered for testing from Mitsubishi and Komatsu. Both companies had to produce a version with steel armor plating as well as one made from aluminum. While Mitsubishi’s aluminum-based prototype would in the end be selected as the most suitable design and would thus form the basis for the subsequent production version of the Type 73 APC, it was also selected to conduct different tests. Namely, during testing, the SUB-I-II prototype, as it was known, also had a Rheinmetall 20mm turret mounted on its roof to test the feasibility of evolving the Type 73 from a pure APC into an IFV design. However, due to various technical issues and an increased cost, it was decided not to pursue this design choice further. As a result, the Type 73 would end up remaining a pure APC design, without substantial armament fitted to it. In War Thunder, the SUB-I-II will be a new SPAAG arriving in rank IV of the Japanese ground forces tree as part of the next major update. Being the experimental version of the same chassis of the Type 75 MLRS already familiar to some seasoned tankers in War Thunder, the SUB-I-II exchanged its access to a rocket launcher for a much more practical fast-firing 20mm autocannon. Sounds interesting enough? Then keep on reading for more details! As previously mentioned, the SUB-I-II represents a prototype of the Type 73 APC, which in turn serves as a basis for the Type 75 MLRS. Therefore, it should come as no surprise to tank commanders that both vehicles share nearly identical characteristics in regards to mobility and protection for example. As a result, the SUB-I-II is fairly mobile and can conquer even harsher terrain due to its low weight but as this comes at the expense of rather light protection, this means that the vehicle isn’t particularly well-suited for close-quarter brawls and head-on engagements with the enemy. Download Wallpaper: 1920x1080 2560x1440 3840x2160 On the other hand, what makes the SUB-I-II stand out from its close relatives is its Rh 202 20mm autocannon, mounted on top of the vehicle. Being a weapon familiar to many tankers from high rank battles, the cannon can be used both against light ground targets as well as aircraft to almost the same devastating effect. However, even with dedicated armor-piercing ammunition loaded, aspiring commanders of the SUB-I-II must still bear in mind that this is only a 20mm cannon, meaning that it may not be effective against more heavily armored opponents without turning the engagement into a point blank shootout. In short, the SUB-I-II will not only expand the roster of available Japanese ground vehicles at its rank in general, but it will also give seasoned tank commanders access to a highly versatile combat vehicle, capable of assisting its allies by scouting out enemy positions and engaging suitable targets from the flanks while also capturing strategic points along the way and defending them from potential air attack. The SUB-I-II will soon make an appearance in tanker’s hangars as it arrives in War Thunder as part of the next major update. In the meantime, be sure to stay tuned to the news to catch all the latest developments surrounding the upcoming update. Until then, happy hunting tankers! You can greatly speed up the research on this vehicle with: Type 74 mod G/Kai Pack The Kit Includes: Type 74 mod G/Kai (Rank VI, Japan) 2000 Golden Eagles Premium account for 15 days 59.99 Store
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  28. I made a gif overlaying the tree onto the F-16 loadout "leak" so you can more easily understand which planes are where. The A-6E is visible below the F-5C. The F-16 itself isn't visible, but presumably it's just a hidden vehicle for now. Again, IF this is a fake, the attention to detail on the addition of the A-6E is incredible.
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  29. Our volunteer moderators are not incompetent, and in fact dedicate a huge amount of time and effort into answering and responding both to posts and questions regarding reports. The issue is the sources you in fact provide sometimes are not "primary sources" and are sometimes not even valid sources at all. Most are Wikipedia or 3rd party website based. This has also been explained to you several times over private messages. I would strongly recommend you also re-read the forum rules: Spesifically: Such matters should be raised via PM if you have issues. It has nothing at all to do with this topic and will not be discussed here.
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  30. In the upcoming War Thunder update, the 9A35М2 will become the earliest SAM available for research in the Soviet tech tree. 9A35M2, SAM, USSR, rank VI Features: Maneuverable missiles High profile Unable to hit ground targets Amphibious History The continued development of the Strela-1 short-range missile air defense system resulted in the creation of the Strela-10 system. Sample testing began in the period from 1973, and after improvements and corrections, the first serial modification of the Strela-10 entered service in 1976. Almost immediately after that, further modernization and improvement of the project led to the release of the Strela-10M complexes in 1979, Strela-10M2 in 1981 and the most advanced Strela-10M4 in 1989. Work on the project of a regimental self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system continued into the 21st century, however, these modifications were not mass-produced and were never put in service. With the release of the next major game update, enthusiasts of Soviet vehicles in War Thunder will receive the 9A35M2, a.k.a. Strela-10M2, the first air defense system available for research in the Soviet ground vehicle tech tree. The machine, built on the chassis of the MT-LB armored tractor, is designed to destroy enemy aircraft at short and medium distances. The 9A35M2 ammunition load is 8 surface-to-air missiles with a thermal seeker: four in launch containers and four available for reloading. The missiles are capable of hitting enemy aircraft at distances up to 5 km, while the missile has a good maximum overload indicator for its rank, which results in high maneuverability. Download Wallpaper: 1920x1080 2560x1440 3840x2160 The new 9A35M2 should feel very familiar to tankers already familiar with the Shturm-S, as both vehicles share the MT-LB multi-purpose chassis. It is a quite mobile amphibious platform that can easily overcome rough terrain. The armor of the vehicle is only bulletproof and will not protect against tank guns, autocannons and close bomb explosions. By the way, the 9A35M2 itself has a fairly high silhouette, so it would be wise to fire from behind cover or from the lowlands. The new Soviet air defense system will take place between the artillery anti-aircraft guns and the 2S6 SAM, thus covering the need for anti-aircraft missiles at the pre-top ranks. The vehicle will be able to provide invaluable assistance to the team, destroying attack aircraft and early helicopters, which are forced to come close to the tank battle area due to the limited range of their ATGMs. Look for a new SAM vehicle at rank VI of Soviet armored vehicles research tree immediately after the release of the upcoming War Thunder winter update. You will always be the first to know about other interesting vehicles, locations, new game mechanics and game improvements in our Devblog series. Stay tuned to the news! You can greatly speed up the research on this vehicle with: Object 120 Pack The Kit Includes: Object 120 "Taran" (Rank V, USSR) 2000 Golden Eagles Premium account for 15 days 49.99 Store
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  31. Some of those changes are literally gamebreaking... Out of ALL the feedback, only the Harrier GR 3 and identical vehicles in different trees (P-47s, Churchill) were accepted. Even on the Russian forum like 50% of the posts said NOT to uptier the R2Y2 and they are only allowed to post feedback on thee vehicles per player.
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  32. As before in the previous thread, looking at the statscard and knowing it will lack IRCCM, I say; 1- Add the R-73 with HMD + provide more 9Ls and Python-3 for Israel, as well as HMD if historically accurate Its simply going to be bigger, heavier R-60M, with 2km more front lock range, a flight range comparable to the Navy Sidewinders (D/G/H), the R-27T seems more broken to me, to be honest. --------- For those who haven´t seen the statcards yet:
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  35. Tbh you're not as funny as you are think you are. Aircraft is also plural in English. You don't say 'aircrafts'.
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  36. best part about it its completely nonsensical, and just rambling, and makes 100% no sense to create a video like this. The answer is one of the easiest ones, use your brain. We have a understanding what is a gen 4 jet should be, and most "gen 4" jets all have common ground of what is a "definite" gen 4. you won't see a f-80c being called a gen 4, and you wont see a f22 called a 4th gen. 0:40 is rambling, and 3:50 onwards is supporters.. giving us a nice 3 minutes or so talking about the Wikipedia definition doesn't have a base ground due to there is no real definition of what is considered gen 4. no need give your users headaches creating a video.
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  37. After completing 36 tests with tanks with same ammo separate shell loading system (Challenger 2 Black Night, T80BVM, T73B3) we found out bunch of interesting facts. All test were performed in shooting range game mode penetrating all three mbt's side hull armor with VCC60 (249mm APDS penetration) and VCC30 (116mm APDS penetration). 1. T80BVM. - Penetrating T80BVM hull side armor using VCC30 (116mm APDS penetration) and VCC60 (249mm APDS penetration) we got 0 out of 12 one shot kills hitting T80BVM ammunition, even though one or few shells of T80BVM were destroyed completely by VCC60-30 APDS round(s) without any explosion. 2. T72B3. - Penetrating T72B3 hull side armor using VCC30 (116mm APDS penetration) we got 2 out of 6 one shot kills hitting T72B3 ammunition, again one or few shells of T72B3 were destroyed completely by VCC60-30 APDS round(s) without any explosion. - Penetrating T72B3 hull side armor using VCC60 (249mm APDS penetration) we got 4 out of 6 one shot kills hitting T72B3 ammunition. 3. Challenger 2 Black Night. - Penetrating Challenger 2 Black Night hull side armor using VCC60 and VCC30 we got 12 out of 12 one shot kills hitting its ammunition. Conclusion. We see that 2 soviet tanks (T80BVM and T72B3) are surviving much more penetrations directly into their ammunition than Challenger tank (which has same separate shell loading system and wet ammo rack which soviet tanks do not have). According to knowledge we have, soviet ammunition (ammo rack) is the most dangerous and explosive out of all modern mbt's we have in our game. Looks pretty strange that T80BVM and T72B3 are not exploding after any ammunition penetration (every time). Thank you so much for your attention and development of our favorite game, all the best! We are ready to test any other weapons and reaction of soviet ammo rack if there will be a need. Link for a video of tests
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