Jump to content. Hi all! Why you ask?
To increase firepower, a new long-barrelled mm gun was mounted on the T26E1 in January The prototype was designated the T26E4. Development was discontinued in January due to problems with the gun and the loading mechanism.
T26E4 Super Pershing. In patch 8. The SP has spaced armor on the front hull and front turret which makes this baby a hard nut to crack even tier 10 gun would have a hard time penetrating this tank frontally.
Jump to content. Was considering the IS-6 because of preferential matchmaking, the Lowe for looks, and the T34 for the monster gun. The Super Pershing also looks cool. Lowe is far better than I thought and bounces shots all over.
Update on the proposed preferential MM tank changes that were first talked about with the testing of a changed KV-5 some months ago. From here on out this comes from the WG portal:. NOTE: The fixes described below are not final.
The first round of changes improved the vehicles involved, though some are in need of further changes. First we have the armor changes then the mechanics changes. FCM 50T further changes in italics.
Tier is the golden tier. The matchmaker takes T matchmaking corresponding line from the table. The gun is rubbish a mm cannon which requires liberal use of Premium rounds leading to exorbitant rearming costs.
In May we have shared our plans for preferential matchmaking and later detailed an update in July, detailing our plans on how we aim to improve the vehicles themselves and the current issues we have with the matchmaker itself. VIII VIII T
A few days ago several preferential matchmaking tanks received some changes on Supertest. Soon after the Community took to torches and pitchforks to show their discontent with these changes. Took Wargaming almost two months to let players know they have decided to back up on that decision and instead they will try to buff these tanks while keeping the preferential matchmaking.