Tier 5 Japanese Premium Destroyer Okikaze Stats

Note: It is not a premium ship, it is a dummy Minekaze to test the strength of the Minekaze in future. (The current tech tree can’t be changed so WG made fake ships to do their work.)

Source: wows.ga

*Please note that the following stats are subject to change before it is released*

Tier 5 Japanese premium destroyer

Ship HP: 10900
Armour: 14 mm
Max Speed: 39 knots
Rudder Shift Time: 4.6 seconds
Turning Circle Radius: 550 m
Surface Detectability: 6.2 km
Air Detectability: 3.12 km

Main Battery
120mm/45 3rd Year Type (4 x 1)
Range: 7.6 km
Reload Time: 10 seconds
Turret Rotation Speed: 30 sec/180°

HE Ammo: 120mm HE Type 1
Damage: 2000
Initial velocity: 825m/s
Chance of fire: 8%

AP Ammo: 120mm AP Type 0
Damage: 2000
Initial velocity: 825m/s
Krupp: 1750

Type 6 (3 x 2)
Damage: 10833
Speed: 57 knots
Range: 7 km
Reload: 42 seconds
Detectability: 1.2 km

13mm/76 Type 93 Twin (1 x 2)
1.2km range, 4 damage

13mm/76 Type 93 (2 x 1)
1.2km range, 5 damage

25mm/60 Type 96 Mod.1 Twin (1 x 2)
3.1km range, 5 damage

Damage Control Party on first slot, Smoke Screen on second slot, Engine Boost on third slot


16 thoughts on “Tier 5 Japanese Premium Destroyer Okikaze Stats

  1. anyone else find it racist that only japanese destroyers are allowed long range torpedoes? shouldnt german DD’s be added? i mean, in my memory, they invested heavily in torpedo tech, and should have great torpedoes, where japan was using, like, ww1 gear. or am i being completely ignorant here?


    1. Racist ? Really?

      Also, German torpedoes were Meh at best, and overengineenered gadgets at worst.
      Japan on the over hand, had quasi-undetectable, long range torpedoes.

      After wehraboos, we are starting to see kriegsmarinaboos.


      1. You realize of course that US torpedoes in WWII were extremely unreliable till they used some captured German torps to reverse engineer right? After the fixes we started actually sinking ships in the Pacific with our subs.


        1. The only unreliable part were the fuses, which had a tendency to break when hitting perpendicularly.
          The rest of the torpedoes were fine.

          No, there was no reverse engineering of superior German engineering, the usn was more than capable of having technical superiority on most fronts on their own.

          And no, I don’t consider German magnetic torpedoes that had loads of trouble actually working, zig zag pattern torpedoes and short range, extremely slow electric torpedoes only good for submarines sinking unaware convoys, something the other nations could have made, had Germany actually used a enough merchant ships to even justify making them, to be a superior trait.

          Germany was not a naval juggernaut with technogical superiority, hence why they switched to using basically only submarines, more often than not ordering their entire Atlantic surface fleets to stay in harbors.


          1. Never said they were a Naval Juggernaut…
            However our MK14 was garbage, impingment of turbulence into the pressure sensor leading to overly deep runs, circle runs that sank a few of our own boats, exploding prematurely (mag det issue) in addition to the contact exploder issues you mention. After the G7e TIII the german torps were good (they had some of the det issues both mag and contact) and the MK16 took both pattern running and exploder tech from it. Facts not patriotism or choosing a “side”.
            Newport was always arrogant and their designs were “perfect” and they blamed the crews…hell they do the same to this day (called NUWC now). Read: http://www.dote.osd.mil/pub/reports/fy2014/pdf/navy/2014mk54.pdf
            That was how the program stood while I was working on it.


  2. It is not a premium ship, its a dummy Minekaze to test the strength of the Minekaze in future. (The current tech tree can’t be changed so WG made fake ships to do their work.)


    1. I’m looking at Nicholas for the same tier. These torps on Minekaze are only one knot faster, take 24 seconds less to reload, can go 1.5 km further and has almost 1k damage less to the Nicholas’ torps. Consider that Nicholas can fire 6 torps per broadside (12 torps in water) to Mine’s 6 to one or the other side at a time.


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