Hello again everyone! In this second part, I’ll answer your history related questions along with the questions regarding the two Hungarian tanks already in the game. You can find the first part of this Q&A here.
Q: Considering both the Hungarian tanks we have haven’t made a good impression thus far, what would you change about both of them?
A: About the Toldi III: I honestly have no idea what the balance department smoked when they added the soft stats to this tank. They simply just ruined a decent tier 3 candidate, which supposed to be the ‘best’ of the Toldi series of tanks by giving it tier 2 stats. Seriously, compare the Toldi III, German tier 3 premium to the Strv. m/38, Swedish tier 2 regular light tank. Now compare the Toldi to the Strv. m/40L and see how the Hungarian tank SHOULD work in the game, because realistically speaking, the 43 M. Toldi III and the Strv. m/40 were both the peak of the development of the same Landsverk L-60 light tank in two different countries. They should be on par with each other in the game as well, although I do agree with that the Swedish vehicle is the superior of the two. Continue reading
WG NA just uploaded this video. Enjoy.
You can read about it in the 9.19 supertest patchnotes here.
Hello everyone and thank you for all of your questions! You actually asked more than I thought you would, but I enjoyed answering them nonetheless. I even learnt some new things 😉
I grouped the similar questions together to avoid too much repetition. I also corrected the misspelling and some grammar mistakes in the questions if you don’t mind.
In this first part I’ll answer the questions about the possible Hungarian branch or tech tree. In the next part, we’ll take a look in the general Hungarian tank related matters, alongside with the questions about the two Hungarian tanks already implemented in WoT.
Q: What kind of lines we would potentially see on Hungarian tech tree? (medium, heavy, light or TDs?)
Q: How many lines are going to be available?
Q: So, how should the Hungarian tech tree should look like?
Q: Will we see the little-known but beloved Hungarian low-profile tank destroyers in the tree? Such as the Tas rohamlöveg, 44M Zrinyi I and variants of the Toldi rohamlöveg. If yes, what is the likelihood of a 2-10 full line?
A: At the moment, there are two incomplete lines, a light/medium line up to tier 7 and a tank destroyer line which either ends at tier 4 or at tier 5, depending on how historically accurate the Szebeny tank destroyer proposal (Nimród 80) would be added (if it would be added at all).
In addition, the fate of the Tas rohamlöveg is yet to be decided. If WG decides to add it even though its historical authenticity issues, it can be balanced anywhere between tier 6-8. I’ll talk about the details in later answers.
WG EU has released a new video covering the new Premium Tank Trade-In which is for a limited time only.
Slow day today, so here is “Another day in world of tanks #18” by the AwesomeEpicGuys.
Good merning everyone, since it’s the weekend and it’s likely gonna be a very slow one at that, i’ll give you somethign interesting. Hungarian Historian Karika has offered himself to do a Questions and Answers. Ask him anythign you like and he’ll answer them on a later date.
And PLEASE keep the questions related to hungarian tanks and tree.
Hello everyone, we have been contacted by Forcellrus where he asked us if we would like to promote his Discord Server, which is the unofficial World of Tanks Discord server.
It’s home to players from all Regions and even has some VIPs like Meathead Militia and Dorjan aka, Luke Kneller, the guy from Best replays of the week as well as JustforLolzFYI. If you want to join it and meet new people to platoon with, click here.
Thank you everyone for your questions mostly staying on topic. I’ve been working on stuff for Italy for quite some time now and most of it can be seen/reviewed on the WoT NA forum at http://forum.worldoftanks.com/index.php?/topic/200193-italian-tanks-and-military-vehicles/ I apologise if I haven’t answered your questions perhaps completely. I;ve done my best to illustrate and answer your questions and hopefully like me you all look forward to a separate, distinct and interesting Italian tree. – Vollketten