Comes with unique Kuomintang insignia on turret. Buying in large bundles will get you the best value for your money and is the option you will most likely use the majority of the time. Mediocre gun and nonexistent armor will be its drawbacks, but the vehicle might have decent depression. It's a tier 5, makes awesome credits, and is great for learning some of the basics of the game. Running a clan in this game is very time consuming and difficult to find good members. This provides protection from small arms fire and cannon attack.
But even for me, the Type 64 feels incredibly powerful right now. The new tank was designed to fight in the mountainous and boggy terrain of South China. It does have some problems with penetration but you needn't worry as there's usually a bunch of glass cannons just waiting to get scouted. Just not 'to learn how to scout'. Once you get Sixth Sense on the Type 64, it does get significantly better as it's survivability increases just by knowing when your cover is blown, like all light tanks but it still gets lit quicker than most lights and is a bit more difficult to hide in bushes with it's large profile. If I didn't just buy the mod 1, I would probably buy it. I don't feel that is worth 900 gold.
The good thing though is that it is possible to get the tank by itself. Others above me have given you some solid advice, I strongly recommend you take it. The better option might be to hold off and join one of the numerous clans that have been around for a while and then move up the ranks and see if managing a clan is right for you. Love mine, but havent taken it out since the new patch. On pc, it's a pretty good active or passive scout although the pen was poor for that tier.
T71 More than 50 of these vehicles were produced in Taiwan. My videos have been getting better though, and if you would like to check them out and subscribe I would really appreciate the support! The 76mm M1A2 is fine for T6 even on a med easy8 so no problem with the gun at all, plus 10 degrees of gundepression with 390m viewrange most other got 360m! Published by Harkonnen Tank Nut and Gamer Wannabe! How does the Cromwell B have better camo? Turret rotation can be a real nuisance at times though but that -10 gun depression on a Chinese tank is special. This tank is used by Nationalist Chinese Army in Taiwan. This is my original proposal to SerB, as a part of the Nationalist Chinese line. From videos I've seen, and reviews I've read on the forums, I have no doubt this is a premium that is worth getting.
The 76mm rifled gun used on the Type 64 is manufactured locally in Taiwan. The hull is of all-welded steel construction as in the M41 but incorporates advanced welding techniques in its manufacture and uses a new high-hardness alloy steel. A total of 14 pre-production tanks and 25 first-series tanks were ordered to be constructed at the 201 Factory, with the last tank completed in 1979. Since they are expensive you only want to use them against tanks you cannot penetrate reliably, but when you do use them they will increase your chance of doing damage and winning which offsets the increased cost slightly. I did well in both the Jackson and Hellcat. I'm very new to youtube I started my channel less than a week ago , and this was my first video so please excuse the poor production values.
Put some thought into the T-44 Mod 1, it's a hard tank to kill. Is this tank worth the extra 900 gold? Aunt edit wants you to know that the crew on the 64 is composed of 5! Hello everyone, yesterday, a supertester leaked that a new Chinese Taiwanese Type 64 light tank is being introduced to World of Tanks. If you have the patience, wait for the Chi Nu Kai aka Shinobi to come up for sale again. I thought that everyone hated the T21. I can see players trading their tanks in only to have tzem receive a buff in tge next patch, ha! When I am not in the mood to play anything serious, or when I am sick of weekend teams, I play the tier 8 premiums and earn credits. All in all, it's a very capable scout, and it makes a good end-game assassin as well. I'm a terrible light player, I'm sure I ranked that high because there just aren't very many of them out there, and they don't get played that often.
The Type 64 is fantastic, but it is quite a challenge to get the hang of. It has great depression and elevation. Much like the poor 59 patton, the small amount of people that do own it, don't really enjoy it. Because of it's poor gun, many people don't do well in it. Biggest down side of this tank is the amount of ammunition it gets.
This can be a money pit for many who lack patience and want to skip up to the higher tiers quickly. What this tank does to the lower tiers is no joke, and you´re safe from facing tier 9s as well. Developed by Detroit Arsenal from 1952 through 1953 as a replacement for M41. Premium tanks from tier 2-5 make a decent amount of profit but the tier 6-8 premium tanks are where you will see a noticeable difference in income. The tank is comparable in design to the M41 series of American tanks, which already proved itself reasonably-capable of holding its own against the threat of and tanks during the Vietnam War, but has an improved electrical system.
C and Taiwan Nationalist China,R. If you want to get a feel for the Chinese light tanks then it's not a bad way to get your feet wet with minimal effort. The Lowe is also excellent, but you have to get used to playing it. It's your typical light tank in terms of armour, or lack there of, low hit points, and it's unforgiving it played incorrectly. Now it also farms lots of credits. If you want a premium, buy a tier 4 or a 5.
The type 64 is on sale til Friday, you have time to get it before they pull it from the store for the time being. However, it has not been released. It'll be a very bad tank for that. For equips, load vertical stabilizers, a gun rammer, and optics. I find it ok but not spectacular. The gun is good enough for a scout, nice pen compared to the auto-loader on the 59-16 and more damage than the 57mm.