This is just a complaint from a German player about the continuous exploitation by Gaijin. The hatred comes from the PSO without the D armor, from the Roland, from the UH Tiger, and from the Tornado IDS.
All the following content comes from what I felt in the game, very subjective. If you have different opinions, friendly discussions are welcome.
To start with the conclusion, because German players have a large number of Golden Eagles vehicles, Gaijin believes that they can’t earn more money from German players. Therefore, they have distributed Germany’s excellent vehicles to other countries to force German players to play other nations.
In the United States, we can already see the signs. The best F4 (Before the F-4S) for American players is not in their own country, and the best F16 is also not in their own country (at least before the F16C). This is all to force American players to play other nations.
Of course, the U.S. Air Force is still good, at least it’s not weak now. But let’s look at the situation in Germany now: there are no high-quality MBTs, only invincible time-useful air defense, and the Tornado IDS that has trouble turning. The helicopters have been weakened to the point where it’s considered good if eight missiles can destroy a vehicle.
The only thing that might save some face for Germany now is the PSO, which is just an L2A5 with a shovel and a better machine gun. There’s no doubt that Gaijin doesn’t want to reduce potential Swedish players.
Now the game experience of the German player community continues to be sacrificed for Gaijin to make more money. In the future, which country will be next?
About four years ago, I was a Soviet player without a 10.7 ground vehicle, because at that time Germany had the strongest ground forces. I bought the LA1A1/120 and developed the L2A6, which gave me a better gaming experience. Later on, because I got busy with life, I didn’t have time to play the game. Now that I’m in the hospital due to illness and have some spare time, I came back to play the game and found that if I want to play better German tanks, I have to play Sweden. I must say that Gaijin’s approach is indeed effective, as now I have to play Sweden for a better gaming experience :)
(this is just my feeling and my choice)
Although the country I’m playing has changed again, all of this has never changed my dislike for Gaijin.