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Friday, March 4, 2011

M6A2E1 Specs

M6A2E1 specs revelaed. This vehicle will be available in pre-orders.

Tier - 8
Hit Points -1500
Weight Limit - 66.96/70.5 t
Engine Power - 960 h.p.
Speed Limit - 29 km/h
Traverse Speed - 24 deg/sec
Hull Armor - 191/44/41 mm
Turret Armor - 191/89/208 mm
Standard Shell Damage - 270-450
Standard Shell Penetration - 149-248 mm
Rate of Fire - 4.8 rounds/min
Turret Traverse Speed - 26 deg/sec
View Range - 430 m
Signal Range - 650 m


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  2. hmm good enemy :D

  3. it have more frontal armor than T32 ? O.o

  4. y but a bad Rate of Fire

  5. yaron,

    show mercy :). Just a typo.

  6. Sorry overlord, but you want to give this crap for most expensive preorder? It is not worth of it. Tier 8? It perfectly suit in Tier7, on this tier it is a coffin, nothing more. It is tier 7.5.

  7. yeah not worth my money too

  8. Please, tell us about crew. How many? The same as in normal M6?

  9. Anonymous,

    it has crew of 5: commander, driver, radioman, loader, gunner.

  10. What are you whining about? Tier 7,5,not worth the money...

    What do you think? That there will be masses of othertier 8 tanks from the beginning? After a hardwipe?

    This tank (and other premiums) will dominate the game in the first weaks, thats for sure.

  11. Why a crapy american tank?
    Will there be tanks from ALL Nations to choose from or only american? if not, I might as well start from scratch with Liechttraktor and grind as hell for a KT or VK45 again.
    Please tell me it won't be the only nation available on preorder!??

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