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Doesn't specify the armament anywhere.
Yeah I'd like a source on this.
This is a f*cking good replica. About as close as we'll get to a functional a7v.
The A7V's main problem was its mobility. Being a big metal box, it struggled with the battlefield of ww1.
On paper it was superior to the mark I-IV though.
That tank gameplay looks amazing. I might well buy this.
True, but the LTraktor is definitely linked to the LK.
basically the predecessor
it was just the fact that you said 'gun'. An AT gun is like, a pak 40 or zis-3.
well yeah... That's why they went out of use 60 years ago. :P
I've never seen the photos of them
Is the panzer II being in the game based on 'Panzer-Kompanie Kreta' having them?
Downfall & Panzer Marsch (I'm assuming) are Ostheer.
Pleased to hear downfall is ostheer actually, interesting perspective to show that scenario from.
Nice to see the Hungarians. Even the Italians & Czechs get featured in some mods and games. The Hungarians are a rarity.
Ok so they'd call a temporary truce to tell me how to play Command and Conquer. Sweet.
I love combat mission
I remember loving this movie just because of the awesome T-55 shots.
The Combine aren't from Xen. The invasion from Xen just attracted their attention to earth.
Keep on rolling man! These new models look great!
WHAT JOKE? THERE IS CLEARLY NO TANK, JUST BUSH.
Much like the early KV-1s and T-34s, tank on tank encounters with these were a scary experience for the Germans.
It's so difficult to find any information on German naval infantry, thanks for posting this Sturm! I was beginning to doubt their actual existence.
The Maus is a piece of shite anyway.
After reading this the vehicle seems to have had quite the history.
I don't think I will ever leave this group.
Quote:The Bradley was developed largely in response to the Soviet BMP family of infantry fighting vehicles, and to serve as both an Armored personnel carrier (APC), and a tank-killer.
The variant of Crusader DID see action on the western front and so did the short barrel Panzer IV in limited numbers. The Ferdinand however, is not even in this mod.
He is correct about the 88 first being used against armour in France. Not sure about the HE thing but I'm pretty sure they were equipped with AP ammunition.
"When the Tetrarch was re-designated as an airborne tank, several changes were made to its design. A number of tanks had their 2 pounder guns replaced with a 76.2-millimetre (3.00 in) infantry support howitzer; these tanks were then designated as Tetrarch 1 CS (Close Support). Additionally, Littlejohn adaptors were added to those Tetrarchs which still possessed their 2 pounders to increase their muzzle velocity and armour penetration."
Cited from the wikipedia page which has the reference there if you'd like to investigate.
And saying Normandy was my mistake. What I meant was, the developers at one stage said they'd only add it if it saw service on the western front.