21 thoughts on “WoT Console: Czech Tanks and Dunkla Pass

  1. It’s Dukla pass … there is even quite nice tank memorial there with Pz IV and T-34.

    I’d really like to see the map on PC.
    It looks a bit like Northwest though …

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  2. Nice new Czech Map very nice indeed looks fresh and modern with tress lots of trees!
    – while on the PC version of WOT we got the shity brawling corridor 4 minute slaughters that is Pilsen

    Console version of WOT is looking way more attractive than the PC version more and more this as each month passes
    they actually get “new maps? like wow!

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  3. hurvo says:

    it’s not dunkla but rather Dukla pass. First WG fucked up CZK tank crest by turning it 90 degrees the wrong way, and now they put sigil of modern czech republic onto premium T40. It’s of no importance for non czech or slovak, but it hurts my eyes to see it ingame. Pojebte sa zasrani rusaci vo WG (politely translated: WG is not doing good job)

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    1. Anonymous says:

      That Dunkla is fault, watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pZ18JgHBAk

      But CZK tank crest turned by 90 degrees? Is historicaly accurate due to crest used only on foreign vehicles primarily in soviet red army:


      original czechoslovak tanks has no markings
      Czech site: http://www.fronta.cz/lt-vz-35 and http://www.fronta.cz/lt-vz-38
      In UK they have British – US/British markings (US star used after D-Day for easier identification):
      http://forum.valka.cz/topic/view/16886/Tanky-1-ceskoslovenske-samostatne-obrnene-brigady
      and only smal arm of coats
      http://www.militarycarclub.cz/z-historie/cs-samostatna-obrnena-brigada

      even T-40/75 N (Pz.Kpfw.IV) and T-42/75 N (Pz.Kpfw.V) has no markings, some has flag like markings until eraly sixties. try read: http://forum.worldoftanks.eu/index.php?/topic/100590-ceskoslovensky-tankovy-strom/page__st__400

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    2. Nemetko says:

      That Dunkla is fault, watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pZ18JgHBAk

      But CZK tank crest turned by 90 degrees? Is historicaly accurate due to crest used only on foreign vehicles primarily in soviet red army:


      original czechoslovak tanks has no markings
      Czech site: http://www.fronta.cz/lt-vz-35 and http://www.fronta.cz/lt-vz-38
      In UK they have British – US/British markings (US star used after D-Day for easier identification):
      http://forum.valka.cz/topic/view/16886/Tanky-1-ceskoslovenske-samostatne-obrnene-brigady
      and only smal arm of coats
      http://www.militarycarclub.cz/z-historie/cs-samostatna-obrnena-brigada

      even T-40/75 N (Pz.Kpfw.IV) and T-42/75 N (Pz.Kpfw.V) has no markings, some has flag like markings until eraly sixties. try read: http://forum.worldoftanks.eu/index.php?/topic/100590-ceskoslovensky-tankovy-strom/page__st__400

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  4. HARK0NEN says:

    1. It is officialy called czechoslovakian tech tree. Not czech tech tree
    2. It is Dukla pass. Not Dunkla
    3. Czechoslovakia never was in south eastern europe, it is/was in central europe.

    You common knowledge much????

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