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Designated scouts?


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Fang89 #1 Posted 31 October 2012 - 09:46 AM

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I didn't have time to try out the new tanks in test server so I'm asking you guys. Do Brits have a light tank that could do scouting like M24,T-50-2 or VK2801? Superior speed, viewrange and camo is what I'm looking for :) Thanks.

saml6131 #2 Posted 31 October 2012 - 09:51 AM

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Not yet, our tier 5 light tank is currently the Crusader, which is more of a medium tank than a scout. It should still have the same matchmaking as any other tier 5 medium tank though. However, because of it's classification as a light tank, it should still get the camo which makes it even more effective at flanking the enemy and re-appearing behind them.

Our tier 4 light does get the scout treatment, but it isn't that good as one.

There are rumours that we may get a prototype FV101 Scorpion/Scimitar as our end tier scout, but I doubt it will be tier 5.

zomgbuffalo #3 Posted 31 October 2012 - 09:58 AM

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Hmm... What about TD's?

Fang89 #4 Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:08 AM

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FV101 looks nice but seeing as its a postwar design with also a nice gun, it'd be probably tier 8-10. Which is not a bad thing, tier V scouts are treated as tier V-X too because of the scout matchmaking and this would be an actual high tiered vehicle so it could pack some punch vs high tiers too. I wouldnt mind getting one :)

zomgbuffalo #5 Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:19 AM

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As for scouts... BatChat.25t is the best for me :P




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