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T28- fake armor WG


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gartenmaster #1 Posted 15 November 2015 - 05:43 PM

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I have a question: where is Wargaming looking how much some tank has mm of armor ?  In the center of the gun ??   Few days before I wrote about "T28 has great armor" and today I am writing again.  It says this tank has 254 mm, but it doesn't have- looking by tank viewer. So Wargaming are you lying to the people or you are looking the armor in the center of the gun ?

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Eaglax #2 Posted 15 November 2015 - 06:02 PM

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10k games and you notice it now..... the numbers ingame show the strongest nominal armor in the front, which is in this case 254mm, ofc that doesn't mean the entire front is 254mm thick:facepalm:

 It has ALWAYS been that way, just look at any other tank, e.g. Jagdtiger ingame it says 250mm in the front, but it's only the superstructure, the hull has way less (150 and 100)

ofc the area where the T28 has 254mm is very small, but it doesn't change the fact the it was that way all the time...........



gartenmaster #3 Posted 15 November 2015 - 06:15 PM

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But that isn't true every time.. Look at the turret at T26E4, in game it is stronger that it writes (except that 2 lines at the bottom that have weaker armor...)

Eaglax #4 Posted 15 November 2015 - 06:25 PM

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:ohmy:...ingame it says 101mm and in the tank inspector it says 102mm :ohmy: (infact it's 101,6 so both of the are wrong, ingame they just don't show dezimals)

also those numbers do not include spaced armor.....didn't you know that either?

 






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