The closed Supertest is about to be graced by a visit of a heavy British gentleman, the A43 BP prototype.
It’s more widely known to players as the Black Prince, the big brother of Churchill (the tank not the Prime Minister).Continue reading “Supertest News: The A43 BP Prototype”
This is what I got when tried to purchase it 🙂 🙂 🙂
Today the VK 75.01 (K), a tier VIII Premium German heavy tank will enter the Supertest.
Gameplay-wise, it could be described as a tier-adjusted VK 45.02 (P) Ausf. B. The VK 75.01 (K) has excellent side armor and a strong glacis plate with 180mm of nominal armor. The well-protected turret (250mm nominal armor in the front) utilizes a gun dealing an average of 490 damage per shot with 226mm of armor penetration with the standard round.
The VK 75.01 (K) is efficient at a close range, and sometimes at mid-range: this way, you can compensate for the not-so-stellar accuracy and aiming time of the gun. It’s a classic slow German heavy with a thick hide, so be careful when choosing a flank to push or defend. The VK 75.01 (K) has a decent turning rate, so running circles around it isn’t a universal go-to option for its adversaries. As for the German’s operator, the general tactic is rolling out of cover to deal damage (with enemies’ shots most likely ricocheting or being blocked by armor) and then rolling back into cover to reload. Add support from the allies to this simple play style, and you will win time after time!
The VK 75.01 (K) is manned by a crew of five: Commander, Gunner, Driver, Radio Operator, and a Loader.Continue reading “Supertest News: VK 75.01 (K)”