Polish 40TB Habicha ST Stats

Good day everyone,

Supertest stats for the Polish Tier 6 machine as it goes into supertest:


From WG:

One More Polish Tank in the Supertest: The 40TP Habicha

Tier by tier, we’re moving down the Polish branch. Today it’s time for the 40TP Habicha—the Tier VI medium tank—to roll out onto the closed test.

The 40TP Habicha is a mobile medium with a 90mm gun which stands out due to its alpha damage (240 points) and decent rate of fire. Yet the targeting parameters are far from ideal: the dispersion of 0.42 prevents efficient sniping, and the targeting time isn’t favorable (2.7 seconds). The tank is relatively fast: it can quickly accelerate to its maximum speed of 50 kp/h and sustain it thanks to a power-to-weight ratio of 17.4 hp per ton.

The armor of the 40TP Habicha doesn’t protect it from enemy fire much (mind you, we’re talking about a Tier VI medium). You can compensate for this by making use of the Pole’s gun depression of -8°: hide its frail (and pretty bulky) hull on the back slope of a hill.

To sum up: it’s a mobile medium with above average alpha and below average targeting stats. The protection is far from the best so you should stick to terrain-based play while driving this big guy. This is the pre-Supertest state of the vehicle. If the trials show the stats need some tuning, we’ll make adjustments.

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Polish 40TB Habicha ST Stats

11 thoughts on “Polish 40TB Habicha ST Stats

      1. Anonymous says:

        No worries, I wondered id ST screenshot was mixed or just a typo. Tank itself looks okay. Nothing like cromwell but hey, cant all be good 🙂

  1. wheeledtank says:

    I mean… 90mm of hull armor isn’t that bad (for a tier VI medium.)

    You know, the stats kinda remind me of the VK30.01(P), but it seems to have more emphasis on close-range fighting in comparison

    1. Revanche25 says:

      At the beginning of 1939, Italian armored forces were carrying 1,400 tanks, of which 1,300 were CV-33/CV-35/CV-38, in September 1939 Poland had about 1,000 tanks out of which only 600 were light reconnaissance tanks TK-3/TKS. Perhaps about Polish contribution to World War II, it’s time to look for information in books and not in wikipedia.

  2. ROMBAT says:

    It,s a rubish non_sens. If i have a no sniping gun i need armor in order to survive in close combat. It doesn,t make sense to have good gun depresion but not to have a good sniping gun.

  3. heinz says:

    You still remember when not all tier 6 mediums had 90mm guns? I remember. and guess what, we still had fun in the tier 9 matches.

  4. z00ey says:

    After the Firefly VC premium tank godlike tier 6 gun handling it will be hard to accommodate to anything else…

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