Armour Battles – Soviet Statistics

Recon

T–70

t-70_30The T–70 was developed as a light, reconnaissance tank, despite having a slower speed than the T34s. It can get itself out of trouble using its Break-off ability.

 

 

 

Type: Light AFV

Training: Regular

Move: Average

Reliability: Average

Reaction: 4D

Weapon: 45L46 Gun

  • Range: 7/14/28
  • FP: 5D AT: 6D

Notes: Recon. Break-off.

AFVs

T34/43

T34-43The T34/43 is an improved version of the T34. Fast and armed with a 76mm gun it has sloped armour and is a good all-round tank.

 

 

 

 

Type: Medium AFV

Training: Regular

Move: Fast

Reliability: Average

Reaction: 7D/6D

Weapon: 76L43 Gun

  • Range: 8/16/32
  • FP: 6D AT: 8D

Notes: Sloped armour.

T34/85

t-34-85The T34/85 was developed to carry a larger gun capable of dealing with the German Panthers and Tigers. Its increased armour and 85mm gun make it one of the best tanks of World War Two.

 

 

 

Type: Medium AFV

Training: Regular

Move: Fast

Reliability: Average

Reaction: 7D/6D

Weapon: 85L53 Gun

  • Range: 10/20/40
  • FP: 7D AT: 9D

Notes: Sloped armour.

KV–85

kv-85The KV–85 is a heavy tank armed with a 85mm gun. While better than the T34/43, the KV–85 is out-performed by the T34/85.

 

 

Type: Heavy AFV

Training: Regular

Move: Average

Reliability: Average

Reaction: 7D

Weapon: 85L53 Gun

  • Range: 10/20/40
  • FP: 8D AT: 9D

SU–85

SU-85The SU–85 is equipped with the same gun as the T34/85 and is an effective tank destroyer with good armour protection and fast speed.

 

 

Type: Medium AFV

Training: Regular

Move: Fast

Reliability: Average

Reaction: 7D/6D

Weapon: 85L53 Gun

  • Range: 10/20/40
  • FP: 6D AT: 9D

Notes: 180° fire arc. Sloped armour.

Off-Table Artillery

The 76mm howitzer provides artillery support for Soviet forces.

76L39 Battery

Training: Regular

Type: Light Off-Table Artillery

Move:

Reaction:

Weapon: 76L39 howitzer

  • Range: Off-Table
  • FP: 3D AT: 3D

Notes: Artillery suppression.

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