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In the coming update named Zhukov (after the Soviet Marshal Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov) a brand new Soviet revolver will make its presence known! The Soviet Nagant M1895 Revolver!
The Nagant M1895 revolver is a 7 round revolver with the option to upgrade the ammunition to the large and powerful Leonov Medved round. This makes the M1895 a distinct revolver with a high damage output potential and impressive stopping power. It is the handcannon the Soviet soldier will love and trust when they are forced to abandon their primary weapon.
Our glorious light tanks assault teams are the highly mobile claws of our armies, their broad selection of uses ranges from the anti-infantry Panzerkampfwagen I Ausf. A over the versatile Panzerkampfwagen II ausf. C to the Panzerkampfwagen 38(t) Ausf. E that can even go up against some medium tanks in the hands of experienced panzer crews. In the coming update named Zhukov (after the Soviet Marshal Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov) comes the Panzerkampfwagen II, Ausf. L ‘Luchs’ light tank.
The final version of the German Panzer II, nicknamed ‘Luchs’ is better armored, faster and more maneuverable than the original light tank. It is actually so different that it is more or less a completely different tank from the early versions. It is excellent for reconnaissance and use against light tanks and infantry.
Straight from factory to front! In the coming update named Zhukov (after the Soviet Marshal Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov) comes the BA-6 Recon vehicle. This is the first 6-wheeled vehicle in the game and its two-person crew can punch above their weight-class with both speed compared to tracked vehicles and a very effective cannon.
The BA-6 is a heavily armed Soviet six-wheeled armored scout car. It uses the same turret as the T-26 light tank. It is armed with a 45mm 20K main gun and a 7.62mm DT coaxial machinegun for defense against infantry.
Comrades! Our factories are hard at work producing new tools which you can use to crush our enemies! In the coming update named Zhukov (after the Soviet Marshal Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov) comes the T-70 Soviet light tank.
The Soviet T-70 model 1942 is a very well-armored light tank. It is protected in some parts by 60mm thick (turret front) sloped armor making it very hard to destroy for enemy light tanks. It is armed with a 45mm 20K/L46 main gun and a coaxial 7.62mm machine gun.
In the coming update named Young (after US brigadier-general Gordon Russell Young) we are adding several new features to balance the War – an Underdog bonus for underpopulated factions, reworking the paratrooper system and adding even more battlefields.
The underdog bonus is a feature designed to even out the factions to make the campaign more balanced. The goal is to have the same amount of Assault Teams available for all factions. This is of course an impossible goal but we want to get as close as possible to help minimize resource waiting time (at least in the beginning of a war) and make the strategy gameplay more fun for everybody.
Rejoice US Tankers and Paratroopers. In the coming update named Young (after US brigadier-general Gordon Russell Young) comes the M1A1 carbine with folding stock.
As the weapon was designed to be a light and compact weapon, it only requires 4 equipment slots. This makes it available to US tankers and it allows for new tactical options for US paratrooper loadouts.
Paratroopers can unlock it on the Parachute Ribbon at Rank 11 as the Second paratrooper carbine.
Or it unlocks for tankers on the Armour Damage Ribbon at Rank 9 as the Second tank weapon.
The handling is quite similar to the existing M1M2 Carbine.
After a long time in development and several iterations, we are proud to present to you this new infantry-only map. No tanks to worry about, no pesky airplanes to ruin your day. It is the brutal strength of each player that determines the outcome of the battle.
Designed to be an intuitive and easily understood map, Depot will offer a dynamic and action-packed experience.