Unfortunately, there's a few realities t oaccept here. It was only when this range was increased that the chances of hitting the target dropped. Having a choice of which side to sidescrape from, pick the one that gives arty cover, then the one that hides your cupola as well. Extremely time-consuming to build, only 25 rolled off the production line in the first month. Put that accurate gun to good use, abuse the high ground when fighting Soviet or Chinese tanks.
Unlike Tiger, King Tiger is very well-armored, both the tower and the hull, and its frontal plate is not placed vertically but at an angle, which further enhances its already impressive armor. The king tiger is wider at the rear than it is at the front. That tank took 5 rounds at point blank range on the upper and the lower glacis, and even on the seams, and none penetrated…not even close one round burned its way in to a depth or about two and a half inches; still had a long way to go. Because you can't be useful if you can't pen anything get the next tier eight gun. You will make a profit a very small amount of the time due to the use of premium rounds against you. At this point, if the allies continued their current path, the tiger 1 and panther tanks would only be as good, instead of better than, the forces of the Americans. This changes the weak spots and sets your armor up for success.
Typically deployed in separate heavy tank battalions, Tigers suffered high breakdown rates due to engine problems, the overly complicated wheel system, and other mechanical issues. A small part of your upper front plate might be exposed when you scrape out, but the effective armor will be 235mm+ at this angle. Hmm I wonder why that could be. You can't just sit at the back and snipe with it, you need to move with the pack. Though designed as a breakthrough weapon, by the time they saw combat in large numbers Tigers largely were used to anchor defensive strong points. The roof armor that slants down may be at nearly autobounce, but it is only 40mm. As the war progressed, Shermans mounting 76 mm guns had some success against Tiger Is at short range and effective flanking tactics were developed.
I was being sarcastic about us. I used my 88mm gun until I got the top gun on the Tiger 2- it really cuts down on ammunition costs. The tank first saw combat in the fighting for Leningrad, and Tigers were at the forefront of battles from Tunisia to Kursk. And the dicker has been a tank iv been recently playing and doing very well in. The gun is good but not that great. You're not contributing to your team as much as you could. Its armour is cheese, its gun is only adequate, and its mobility is bad.
You need to grind credits at low tiers to prop it up. Sam Chandler is the Australian piece of the AllGamers puzzle. Despite this performance, the Tiger's slow production and high cost relative to its Allied counterparts made such a rate insufficient to overcome the enemy. Its aiming time is a respectable 2. Only good thing is ufp when angled and sidescraping works too but against T8 tanks that does not help because turret.
I haven't tried sidescraping much because the side armor is still the same 80mm from the Tiger I. I'm the reason it's so bad right now is that fact that gold ammo is just too common place. Did they see a gap or weakness? The problem with the Tiger 2 is that the armour really is quite pathetic when facing anything with 210mm+ pen. I find in world of tanks you have to find the kind of tank you like and that suits your play style. When you are top tier heavy tank and there isn't any russian brawlers around you then you need to be on frontline.
The accuracy of the top gun was buffed to 0. Stay with support at all times, alone you are strong, but together you are unstoppable. Stop raging and blaming external factors for your failing. That's tougher then if you need it spoonfed. Free exp should be used to modules only. And only just recently did i get jgpze100. You will want a better gun for E75 anyway, and this carries over.
I am surprised that I never once tried sidescraping with the King Tiger. So overall, it is a slightly above average gun with good stats. Mid tier and garbage tier needs to be played like a second-line support tank. This turret is the stock one you start out with, of which 50 of the 492 made had. Additionally, each shell which penetrates the frontal armor has a great chance to set the tank on fire. But the gun is gravy and butters anything.