From 1942, Japanese engineers began to take an active interest in German tanks in general, as well as in their components. By 1943, a large amount of materials was accumulated, which served as a basis for creating their own projects, one of which was the Type 5 Ka-Ri heavy tank destroyer. Its very powerful armament allowed it to hit any American tank, and its thick frontal armor provided reliable protection from most tank destroyers. The presence of such a vehicle would have significantly strengthened Japan’s defense potential, but its development began too late. It existed only in blueprints due to the war ending.
6 thoughts on “WoT: Introducing The Ka-Ri”
Looks like a generic all rounder that will slightly be in the meta side, but not by much, but the armor wont block anything in brawls
yea buy 50 boxes and then get an auto copy and paste su 130 pm . what a joke . greed knows know levels
Su is gold compared to this shit
It’s about the SU-130PM and Forest Spirit tanks, which are exactly the same tanks only Forest Spirit has a fixed 3D skin
they also straight up lie about the new td . The thing has no armor . Then they say the tanks selection is good and its not most are bad or average .
They describe this tank as an assault TD is totally false but this thing as a sniper is pretty good.
0.26 accuracy with rather fast aim time for 500 alpha every 10s? That’s a pretty sick gun at tier 8.
Mobility is definitely not MT level but it’s quite mobile with a decent 16+ hp/t and 40 km/h top speed as well as a health -18 reverse speed and good turning speed.
Its platform is a carton box so you won’t bounce shit but at least you won’t get pen by HE.
Overall not a flexible tank, not an epic tank but it can snipe the shit out of anything making a mistake.