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When are we going to see County's?

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[-BMV-] tekteam26 9
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When are we going to see RN Heavy Cruisers like the County class, much less Exeter and York? It would be nice.

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[SF-B] pewpewpew42 686
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I'd bet it will be a while. They're adding U.S. cruisers soon, and supposedly Italian ones later in the year. We would probably see UK or French DDs first.

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[-K-] Ace_04 1,109
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While I fully expect a Royal Navy sub-branch of heavy cruisers in the future, they definitely won't be this calendar year.

I also hope that WG resists the urge to make them overly gimmickly like RN light cruisers and battleships.

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[SW] StingRayOne 453
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Patience young Padawan

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[CUTE] Rolkatsuki 712
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Im guessing late 2019 or early 2020 

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[APOC] _greifer 49
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If anything perhaps a premium for it, but not the line.

CV rework, US Cruisers, Italians, and maybe UK DDs? lots of additions prior I think, not that I wouldn't like to see them in soon! :)

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[SYN] mofton 1,462
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Maybe 2020.

This year is USN CL/A, RU BB and IT CA/L.

Next year the priorities are RN DD, RN CV (if there's a rework...), FR DD, IT DD, IT BB. Then there's the possibilities of the RU missile destroyers which went AWOL, BB line splits etc.

An RN CA split seems relatively unlikely compared to some of those.

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