The test server is open to anyone so you can test the new physics engine. Not sure it is good or bad, just different. Handbraking for a 180 degree turn with your gun aiming at the enemy but tank pointing for a quick retreat in 13 90 is awesome.
I have an idea to our Team Speak issue. I used to use a program called Raidcall it was like ts. Google it and download it and we can use it when ts goes down. I created a room for the DOGS the id is 10474727
Are you a fan of windmills and seemingly endless slopes and hills to use as cover? Welcome to Redshire, the featured map of Wargaming’s latest Skirmish. But this isn’t just any battle! This week, we’re adding encounter rules to this 4v4, tier VI shootout.
Sign up today and see if your team has what it takes to blast their way up the leaderboards while competing for that 5,000 grand prize.
Registration: Open Now! Registration Ends:Sunday, February 1
Alpha registration is for the entire run of the tournament. Bravo registration is for the weekend matches only.
The complete schedule will be provided at the end of registration, once the final teams have been determined. Rounds will begin each day at the times indicated below. Use this Time Zone Converter tool to help know what time it is in your region.
Matches begin at 19:00 PDT (22:00 EDT) unless otherwise noted.
Skirmishes now have three days of group play (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) followed by a playoff (Friday-Sunday). Teams can choose to play only in the weekend playoff or participate in group play for better seeding and greater prizing.
After completing group play, a standings table will sort all teams across all groups based on points earned against points possible. Prizes are awarded at completion of group play to teams finishing in the top half of the standings. These teams qualify for the Alpha Playoff. All remaining teams qualify for the Bravo Playoff.
Alpha Playoff: This playoff consists of the top 50% of group play teams who will play for a larger prize pool. Group play performance will determine playoff seeding.
Bravo Playoff: This playoff consists of all remaining teams and includes teams registering solely for the weekend. These teams will compete for a smaller prize pool and the playoff brackets are not seeded.
Both the Alpha & Bravo Playoffs will use multiple brackets holding a maximum of 16 teams. This means multiple winners are awarded prizing for their standing in their respective bracket.
(8) Landkreuzer P. 1000 Ratte, Experimantal Super Tank Design (1942 to 1943):
weapon manufacturing company Friedrich Krupp AG designed this super
heavy tank in 1942 upon approval of Adolf Hitler. But German Minister of
Armaments and War Production, Albert Speer cancelled the project in
1943 before any units were constructed. At 1000 metric tons, if built,
it would have been 5 times heavier than the heaviest tank ever built,
Panzer VIII Maus.
Image used: Size comparison between German tanks- Landkreuzer P. 1000 Ratte, Panzer VIII Maus and Tiger II tanks
was designed to be armed with naval artillery with 25 cm (10in)
hardened stell armor. To compensate for the Ratte’s immense weight, it
would have been fitted with three 1.2 m (3ft 11in) wide caterpillar
track or treads on each side with a total 7.2m (24ft) tread width. Main
weapon of the Super Tank would have been two 280 mm SK C/24 Naval guns. A
128 mm anti tank gun, eight 20 mm Flak 38 anti aircraft guns and two
15mm MG151 auto-cannons were also part of the armaments of the Ratte.
Two 6,300 KW (8,400 hp) marine diesel engines of U-boats or eight
1,500KW (2,000hp) E-boat engines were supposed to be fitted with the
super tank. It was supposed to carry up to 41 crews and attain maximum
speed of 40kmph (25mph).
used: Cutaway illustration depicting the Landkreuzer P. 1000 Ratte
Super Tank Design. There were no blueprints of interior of this tank;
assumptions were made based on similar German battleships.