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BladedPheonix #1 Posted Sep 19 2019 - 22:47

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Howdy tankers,

 

so got my first armored car, and boy is it fun!

 

but I was wondering, will Wg eventually be adding German and American cars like Puma and the greyhound? :unsure: 



Vulcan_Spectre #2 Posted Sep 19 2019 - 22:49

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And British, and Russian (most likely) also there is enough french ones for another line

madogthefirst #3 Posted Sep 19 2019 - 22:54

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I believe there was some talk of them testing out german ones.

Omega_Weapon #4 Posted Sep 19 2019 - 23:11

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They will wait a while to see how the current wheeled vehicle mechanics are working out (not well most would say). They will likely make adjustments to the entire set of mechanics before trying to design and balance a new wheeled line.

Suicidal_Enemy #5 Posted Sep 20 2019 - 02:15

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Wait till the Russian ones.

 

Amour, speed, gun handling, pen, camo etc etc lol



ket101 #6 Posted Sep 20 2019 - 02:36

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View PostSuicidal_Enemy, on Sep 20 2019 - 11:15, said:

Wait till the Russian ones.

 

Amour, speed, gun handling, pen, camo etc etc lol


Russian armoured cars in general weren't hugely impressive as fighting vehicles, for the purposes of WoT.  The 6 wheelers in WWII had the standard Russian 45mm, and post-war cars were, in general, designed as amphibious scouts, with their heaviest armament being missiles.  This is a very basic summary.  Of course, there's bound to be scads of designs that never got off the drawing board that few have seen beforehand.



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View Postket101, on Sep 19 2019 - 20:36, said:


Russian armoured cars in general weren't hugely impressive as fighting vehicles, for the purposes of WoT.  The 6 wheelers in WWII had the standard Russian 45mm, and post-war cars were, in general, designed as amphibious scouts, with their heaviest armament being missiles.  This is a very basic summary.  Of course, there's bound to be scads of designs that never got off the drawing board that few have seen beforehand.


They will search relentlessly through all the napkin designs their experts can dig up until they find some fantastical Russian napkin designs that would be superior to the lines of all other nations.



Suicidal_Enemy #8 Posted Sep 20 2019 - 03:25

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View Postket101, on Sep 19 2019 - 21:36, said:


Russian armoured cars in general weren't hugely impressive as fighting vehicles, for the purposes of WoT.  The 6 wheelers in WWII had the standard Russian 45mm, and post-war cars were, in general, designed as amphibious scouts, with their heaviest armament being missiles.  This is a very basic summary.  Of course, there's bound to be scads of designs that never got off the drawing board that few have seen beforehand.


Wow, that went over ur head.



madogthefirst #9 Posted Sep 20 2019 - 18:21

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View Postket101, on Sep 19 2019 - 17:36, said:

Russian armoured cars in general weren't hugely impressive as fighting vehicles, for the purposes of WoT.  The 6 wheelers in WWII had the standard Russian 45mm, and post-war cars were, in general, designed as amphibious scouts, with their heaviest armament being missiles.  This is a very basic summary.  Of course, there's bound to be scads of designs that never got off the drawing board that few have seen beforehand.

Don't worry they will be adjusted for *ahem* "balance."







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