Colt .45 killer said:those things could punch through any russian tank with 1 hit .. angeled or not any t34 would be 1 hit and dead .. an is2 .. ehh .. probably 1 hit..
A Tiger I's 88mm KwK36 L/56 could kill an angled (or unangled) T-34 at ranges over 3000m (the round would even penetrate through the tank completely causing a catastrophic engine explosion or as witnessed through tests and combat accounts) in one shot in real life. If we are going for realisim the Tiger II and Jadtiger should have no problem killing T-34's or any other tank in 1 shot. The Tiger I can kill an IS-2 in 1 shot if the IS-2 is within range (about 500+ at 90 degrees) or farther when using tungsten core rounds. I am not saying the IS-2 is a weak tank infact it was one of the best tanks of the war (equal terms with the Tiger I depending on crew) just trying to show you that the 88mm L56 is grossly underrated and underpowered in game and if the L56 is capable then the second Tiger's 88mm KwK 43 L/71 and the Jadtiger's 128mm Pak 44 L/55 would most certainly produce even greater and more impressive results.
jedinstven-o crni Wuk said:and the next map they run out of fuile or have to be abadoned cause of a brakedown ... and the crew gets rolled over by a lot crapload soviet T34 and IS2 ... hirr hirr hirr hirr
Breakdowns are not modeled on any tank so they should not happen exculsively on the "King Tiger" not only that breakdowns happened because of long range driving I dont think driving around on a tank map would cause a breakdown. As for fuel shortage no tank in game has a fuel gage or anything like that so modeling a fuel shortage on the Tiger II does not apply just like it does not to every other tank also please name a map which is 170 km long, this was the Tiger II's range (about 105.6 miles) or even 1/4th this distance accounting for Germany's fuel shortage at the end of the war.