As you may remember earlier this month, we posted a reworked US light tank line with things split between auto-loading and conventionally armed US light tanks. Well looks like things are moving forward, as the T71 CMCD has moved to supertest with new stats:
Engine Power: 340 hp
Power to Weight: 20
Speed: + 64 / -25 kph
Hull Traverse: 46 ° / s
Turret Traverse: 65 ° / s
View Range: 390 m
Hull Armor: 25/22/19 mm
Turret Armor: 22/22/22 mm
Gun: 76 mm T185 (without magazine)
Penetration: 145/210/38 mm
Aim Time: 1.9
Depression/Elevation : -10 ° / +20 °
13 thoughts on “T71 CMCD Supertest Stats”
Can you please make that screen with new tank lines little bit bigger? I cant see a shit from this little picture. Thank you.
And thank you for your work I love your web, Rita.
Honestly it’s kind of a WordPress issue, single images aren’t able to be magnified. We can try to work something with it though.
I press the “Control” and the “= +” keys to enlarge the page which in turn enlarges the font, pictures, etc.
Right click on the picture and select “view image” then hold Ctrl and press the + symbol a few times or hold Ctrl and use the mouse scroll wheel to increase the size of the image.
I’m still working my way up the American LT line. Luckily for me, your tech tree pic above shows that I am already on the new line that leads to the auto-loaders.
ffffffff… argh, I need to get to the autoloading t71 asap then, that M7 and t21 are hot garbage.
It is a shame because the M7 used to be a fantastic tank as a medium with the pre-nerf 6 pounder.
And 380 vr, but you know WG, “we make M7 a scout, so we must nerf the vr” WG and logic non existent 🙁
what happens if you already have t71 now? will you get this version as well?
happy that they are a adding researchable tank instead of a prem.
And here I sit, still waiting for the T92 light…
when is the american tree going to split into autoloaders and non autoloders?
im currently grinding from the bulldog to the T54E1 and im worried about not getting enough time.
About time too, that pseudo IS-3 was a mistake through and through.