The ZLT11 in the game currently has a very exaggerated wrong turning diameter.It reaches a staggering 50 meters, which causes the ZLT11 to perform very badly in the city map.
And we have ample evidence to prove this wrong.The ZLT11 is the same chassis as the ZBL08 used as an IFV and the VN1 series for foreign trade.
Here’s a 2009 .4 article detailing the development and testing of the 8x8 chassis.It was founded by the Chinese Society for Science and Technology and the China Ordnance Engineering Society, and it contains many test photos, so the data should be considered reliable.
In the section on testing off-road ability, it is clearly indicated that the turning diameter of this chassis is less than 20 meters.And there are photos as evidence.
Also, here is a video of the Thai Army demonstrating the VN1C.There is a fragment of the IFV turning around, and as you can see, it only uses a small diameter.
We have the data, we have the photos, we have the videos, and I think that’s very good evidence.So I posted an issue to report the bug.
Significant error in the turning diameter of the ZLT11 // Gaijin.net // Issues
See how Gaijin responded?
I seem to hear, “Because I’m right, I’m right”, not a bug! How arrogant!
So what’s the problem? Obviously, Gaijin got the model wrong.
The photos of the vehicles and the in-game models could not be directly compared due to the angle of the shots, so we used a significant straight line extension to do so.
The vertical line of the rear of the IFV in the first picture and the vertical line of the front side of the IFV in the second picture are compared with the position of the tires, and we can clearly see that Gaijin has made the tires a little more inward.
In addition, at the front of the IFV, the straight-line extension of the distance between the tires and the chassis should be close to the fifth light grille.In the game, the extension cable is only on the third light grille.
So it’s clear that Gaijin has narrowed the distance between the tires and the chassis.
In general, the tires should be farther outward, and the space for steering should be wider. This is a model error, not “not a bug”.
I will create a new bug report issue, please support me and let Gaijin realize his mistake, thank you.