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First Look: Tier VI Italian Cruiser Trento

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Tier VI's Trento is where the Italian cruiser line in transitions from light cruisers to heavy ones, as Trento moves up to 203mm barrels for her main armament.  

 

 

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Well I should hope the torpedo tubes are worth the sacrifice of 2 100/47 twin mounts. If anything in my extremely biased opinion WG has been rather reserved with the AA outfit and tacking on torpedo tubes to what appear to be secondary line ships doesn't really make sense. 

 

Edit: Also if I understand how the game handles things in regards to ballistics the use of the HE weight would make the SAP shell ever so much more floaty at long distances.

From what I see in gm3d the 203/50 ironically mixes up the reduced velocity with the original AP shell weight. So maybe I should just stay quiet. 

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1 hour ago, Sparviero said:

Well I should hope the torpedo tubes are worth the sacrifice of 2 100/47 twin mounts. If anything in my extremely biased opinion WG has been rather reserved with the AA outfit and tacking on torpedo tubes to what appear to be secondary line ships doesn't really make sense. 

 

Edit: Also if I understand how the game handles things in regards to ballistics the use of the HE weight would make the SAP shell ever so much more floaty at long distances.

From what I see in gm3d the 203/50 ironically mixes up the reduced velocity with the original AP shell weight. So maybe I should just stay quiet. 

As far as I'm concerned, let them do whatever they want with the shell velocities. =)

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