I've noticed this as well. I assumed it was just because of how well the Radwagon 90 performs. I think (don't quote me on this, haven't checked in a while) the TAM 2C has the same. Want to support the cha.
- It finally received the name Radpanzer 90, and it is known as the Radkampfwagen 90 in War Thunder. The final production model was completed in 1986. It featured a rear-mounted engine, had an independent suspension for the wheels, and the turret was that of the Leopard 1A3.
- Wheeled/light tank: vehicles such as Radkampfwagen 90 and CV 90105 have superior top speed especially on road. You can easily get to the flank of the entire enemy team and shoot the side of the T-69.
- Radkampfwagen 90! Happy Clappy Jappy Chappy. Radkampfwagen 90! This is a subreddit for War Thunder.
War Thunder offers access among various different Tanks, designed and constructed by countries worldwide. This guide will recommend several tanks, taking into account vehicle protection, maneuverability, enjoyability, and, most importantly, overall value out on the battlefield.
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This French tank is well-designed with reliable protection, has a quick autoloader, and excels in long-range engagements, resulting in good survivability out on the battlefield. Additionally, the Leclerc is exceptionally mobile, has superior acceleration, and maneuvers well.
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Bulky in size and is a bit slower overall — However, the Leopard 2A5 possesses a massive 120mm gun, making it capable of penetrating most who stand in its path. Additionally, it has solid armor, especially around the turret cheeks, making this German tank immune to most shells.
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Considered as an all-around ‘jack of all trades’ tank, the Abrams is capable of any role bestowed to it. Superb protection, firepower, and mobility, and highly adaptable to any environment. Additionally, the turret is challenging to penetrate and can eliminate aircraft or helicopters if required. Nevertheless, this American tank is easy to penetrate, so drivers must act strategically in combat.
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Excellent armor in the tank’s frontal area, roof, and turret — translating into an aggressive playstyle. The Syrv 122 also benefits from solid speed and maneuverability. Additionally, this tank fires off DM33 shells, which is considered a very high penetrating firepower. Overall, this tank is considered to be one of the top-tier tanks in-game.
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The key to success with this Soviet tank is not letting your enemy have a clear line of sight of your side armour, because ammo is stored vertically here, making it highly vulnerable in this area. Despite that, the T-80U is very agile for its size and weight while also sitting quite low to the ground, making it very deadly, especially when hiding behind a hilltop or ditch. Additionally, the turret is profoundly accurate, and the armour is solid.
Type 90 (B)
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Hosting a relatively small profile, autoloaded 120 mm cannon, great suspension, and substantial mobility, the Type 90 is a force to be reckoned with in either Rural or Urban combat engagements. It’s worth noting that despite adequate armour protection in the turret and upper front plate, other areas of the tank prove to be weaker in comparison, so operators will need to stay diligent. Nevertheless, In the right hands, this Japanese tank is very competent.
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