Two Tier VII vehicles are coming to the Supertest:
- The M-II-Y, a Tier VII American heavy tank.
- The T-34M-54, a Tier VII Soviet medium tank.
We start with the M-II-Y, is the first representative of the Yoh branch that features the new reserve track mechanics.
The vehicle is equipped with a 90 mm gun that causes 240 damage per shot. It has an aiming time of 2.2 s and a dispersion is 0.4. Its standard AP shells are capable of penetrating 202 mm-thick armor, and its special APCR shells can penetrate armor as thick as 242 mm. The reload time is 9 s.
The vehicle has decent armoring both in the hull and turret. The thickness of the frontal armoring reaches 203 mm in the turret and 165 mm in the hull. The vehicle’s durability is 1,250 HP. It has a top speed of 40 km/h and its specific power is 14 h.p./t. Similarly to the higher-tier representatives of the branch, this vehicle has good gun depression/elevation angles: –10/20 degrees.
In terms of gameplay, the M-II-Y resembles its successors in the branch but is adjusted according to its tier. The vehicle will play well on rough terrain thanks to its decent gun depression/elevation angles and solid turret. Also, in battle, you should not forget about the new reserve track mechanics, which can increase the vehicle’s survivability.
The T-34M-54 is a typical Soviet medium tank which is equipped with a 85 mm gun that causes 180 damage per shot. Its standard AP shell penetrates 171 mm of armor, while the penetration of its special APCR shell is 210 mm. The gun’s accuracy is 0.39, has an aiming time of 3 s, and a reload time of 5.6 s.
The vehicle has decent frontal turret armor with a thickness of up to 200 mm. It has a top speed of 55 km/h and its specific power is 14.7 h.p./t. The vehicle’s durability is 1,250 HP.
The T-34M-54, being a medium tank, is a versatile soldier. It is moderately armored, mobile, and has acceptable firepower. The technical characteristics of the vehicle allows it to cope with the tasks that medium tasks usually fulfill in battle. You can do both: fight alone or in a group of the same medium tanks.
Dispersion during turret rotation – 0.12
Gun dispersion during hull movement – 0.24
Gun dispersion during hull traverse – 0.24
Dispersion after shot – 3.5
Shell Velocity – 900/1150/700
Terrain Resistances – 1.2/1.3/2.4
Dispersion during turret rotation – 0.18
Gun dispersion during hull movement – 0.25
Gun dispersion during hull traverse – 0.25
Dispersion after shot – 4
Shell Velocity – 900/1125/900
Terrain Resistances – 1.2/1.5/2.3
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