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Lenino 64
« on: 25-05-2018, 21:05:19 »
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Re: Lenino 64
« Reply #1 on: 26-05-2018, 08:05:08 »
First of all, loving the new update. Thanks again to the developers for all the hard work.

Just little feedback on the Ferdinand:

Exaggerate the engine sound. Quoting a report, dated 29 June 1943; "a very loud engine noise which can be heard over a distance of 30km". According to crews, the Ferdinand was extremely cacophonic inside the fighting compartment, wih two Maybach HL 120 TRM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umBxIFMubEk), two Siemens Schuckert K58-8 generator sets and two electric motors rumbling simultaneously.

and maybe decrease the amount of HE-rounds, as they were described "unfortunately low" in the basic load (in 1943). As we know, the Pz III were deployed as a close-protection measure against the soft targets.

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Re: Lenino 64
« Reply #2 on: 01-06-2018, 04:06:40 »
There are cable poles and cables too close to the german airstrip, it´s hard to avoid them when you are flying low to reload. If you need to land to repair it gets even worse, considering the airstrip is very short already.

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Re: Lenino 64
« Reply #3 on: 12-08-2018, 14:08:27 »
i think poles have too many tanks for first phase it feels like another cobra for germans.pz3 too weak to fight t34s maybe couple of pziv at start panzerschrek kits could fix balance problem

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Re: Lenino 64
« Reply #4 on: 12-08-2018, 15:08:10 »
100% Agree with you! Luckily there will be less tanks for Poles in next patch ;)

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Re: Lenino 64
« Reply #5 on: 13-08-2018, 03:08:35 »
I had a brilliant round on Lenino the other day, and while tanking I managed to basically ram my T34 into the Elefant's (Ferdinand's) rear. Now, the opposing player didn't notice my intrusion, so I hit his rear armor in multiple spots (rear hatch, lower plate, exhaust pipe...), and didn't recieve a hit indicator. Now I know this thing is monstrously armored, but was it intended for the 76,2mm AP not to go through its rear?
He was not wrong. Amateurs talk tactics, pros talk logistics.

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Re: Lenino 64
« Reply #6 on: 13-08-2018, 13:08:51 »
Yes, regular soviet 76,2 ammo cannot penetrate Ferdinands. They are only vulnerable to captured PAK40s fire, AT grenades, mines, polikarpovs bombs and artillery AP shells.

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Re: Lenino 64
« Reply #7 on: 08-09-2018, 08:09:11 »
Historically, one T-34-76 managed to penetrate Ferdinand's superstructure upper side at point-blank range, but the round went right through the superstructure causing no damage to the vehicle itself.