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Nah, I know this has been posted somewhere back there.
I dunno about removing the PCV, it doesn't really make sense if you're charging up kevlar. :P
I'm pretty sure you posted this a while ago, tanker. :P
And by a while I mean well over a year, so it doesn't really matter.
Great to see another CoH mod that plans to add a new faction. :D
Ah, the T-35. The proof that multi-turreted tanks did not work.
Looks a little bigger in the other photo, but yeah, these are only mk Vs.
In the words of our American overlords, "to kill them cawmie basterds."
If it lessens the WoT content here, I'm ok with it.
It's like i'm back in 2009
Oh, you mean warfare films in general.
Still, tanks don't make much of an appearance. And when they do they're usually genuine.
So wait, how does the 262 work? I don't recall any information being posted about it.
More info here btw.
I have to say though, the S-tank is the coolest thing ever.
Pretty sure the only things left of it are the tracks and road wheels. :P
It's like a new trend just to slap ERA on every old tank you have.
"THERE, GOOD AS NEW"
Despite some of the flawed information you stumbled across, I'm genuinely curious about this.
It's an ERA box...
Err.. Has there ever been a t-34 in a film WITH hollywood graphics? Eastern front films are so rare in Hollywood that that's never actually been done afaik.
Switch it to openGL in options.
Though not entirely impossible (referring to your German tanks comment) as various nations sold Syria some old panzer IVs in the 60s and they saw service during the water war and the 6 day war of '67.
A vehicle still shrouded with much mystery.
No kill like overkill.
I made this over a year ago, haha.
Pretty much the same premise with the monster anyway.
Since trenches are enterable as cover I'd assume this is possible. Only it'd be a spiked club charge instead of bayonets. :P (They don't have a bayonet animation yet so the melee weapon is a spiked club.)
Sorry, if i came off abit harsh. :P
But i honestly have no clue where it says they went at 80-100mph.
And my sources are various books by Thomas Jentz and Hilary L. Doyle. As well as this: Wwiivehicles.com
Every day bro... Every day...
err... Most engagements involving tigers took place beyond 2km, Well beyond the range of the T-34s gun. And 60mm of sloped armour did not translate to 120mm, it was more like 60-80. And although the t-34/85 could infact take out a tiger, it was difficult to do from long distances because as griffinz said, the main gun wasn't very good.
I don't know where you're getting this, but you're posting alot of false information.