WoT 9.17.1 Common Test Feedback Thread
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This is about freaken time!!!!! Thank you!!
-Pz. 58 Mutz, Pz. 58 and Schwarzpanzer 58
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Posted Feb 09 2017 - 23:49
MAPS, MAPS, MAPS!!!! Add maps. I'm tired of playing the same 5 or 6 maps everyday. You need to put back every single map you took away from us. Also, changing the name of a map and adding snow or fire, doesn't make it a new map. Stop adding, buffing and nerfing tanks and add some maps instead. If people complain about certain maps being unbalanced or boring, maybe you could install a feature in the game where each player can select 5 maps they don't like and will never have to play.
Posted Feb 10 2017 - 00:48
I tested out the Jagdpanzer IV after it had a better premium ammo, and it certainly did improve its battle effectiveness. But I wish that if its possible to increase the shell velocity of the AP ammo on the 88 Pak L/56.
Currently the Jagdpaner IV has the lowest shell velocity of all tank destroyers at 773 m/s, this greatly limits it's ability to use it's accuracy on small targets or at long range fighting against other tank destroyers. The low shell velocity will make shells miss at long distances because it loose energy. It also make shooting at quick moving targets difficult because the low shell velocity and the limitations of turrentless tank destroyers.
If you can, will you please buff the shell velocity of the 88 Pak L/56 because I do enjoy playing the Jagdpanzer IV and it is a fun tank to play. The limited penetration which is partially solved certainly is delightful. I may ask a little to much, but I wish to improve the shell velocity of the AP ammo.
Posted Feb 10 2017 - 02:04
This is 99% my own ignorance, but when watching the Common Test video I saw something I have never seen before:
What is that?
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