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Wait, you can have map specific units?
That's pretty awesome.
You've gotta wonder how this & the Matilda II are even related.
It's so difficult to find information about late war Hungarian armour. Very interesting stuff though.
I think last time this was posted we concluded it was photoshopped. Somehow I doubt the Panzer III's turret would fit into the Panzer I's turret ring.
Not to mention it would make for a completely useless vehicle.
I used to love pcpowerplay and was a frequent reader, but RPS has since taken over for me.
Looks cooler than the actual Abrams.
Late war Hungarian armour has always intrigued me.
It does exist as a concept, but just not officially under the designation 'v-44'.
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Best news post yet. I continue to have hopes that you will keep pressing on, this has alot of promise.
Frogs - Nickname for the french.
certainly elements of the panther used
There's something I like about that camo.
Tracks look waaay too thin for a vehicle of that size.
See that tiny bit of red paint on the side of the turret?
Same with that jeep.
The m41 looks a little large, but the m48 is pretty good.
That's more like it!
You could get nuke tanks in crysis 1. Awesome game.
Nice to see an asian artist that doesn't draw anime girls all over his tanks. x_x
Yeah I pretty well agree. Gas turbine engines are not ideal for desert terrain.
Did you honestly think they just let the Germans roll over them?
Yeah the Germans captured about 40 intact ones at Cambrai, fixed them up and put them back into action.
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the electric generator that powered the turret rotation in the ausf. h (the previous model) was removed and thus the turret had to be hand cranked. There were also various changes to the engine. The Ausf. J was essentially a downgrade from the H but it was a much simpler tank to produce.
The example in this image here was a panzer IV captured in the 60s by the Israelis. After the war a bunch of european countries found themselves in possession of a few panzer IVs so rather than scrapping them they decided to sell them off to Syria.
Also, the skirts were pretty much standard on all panzer IVs after 1943.
Tiger III's don't exist :P.
Also It's a panzer IV Ausf. J, people.
Trench attacking simulator 2012.
And then the leopard 2 was a boat.