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WOT: Object 907, 2 amazing games, NA C_bastian [R-7], WORLD OF TANKS nn#WoT #Worldoftanks #WoTeu #WoTna #WoTpcnnSupport my Channel if You like: www.tipeeestream.com/hardcoreletsplaywot/tipnnObj.
907nThe Object 907 is a Soviet tier 10 premium medium tank.nnThe decision to start development of a next-generation medium tank simultaneously while improving the T-54 was made on July 13, 1953.
Development was carried out by Research Institute No.
The project was submitted in February—March 1954, and, in April 1955, the hull of the new vehicle was tested for shell resistance.
However, the project was later canceled due to its complexity.nnThis tank was available as a reward tank along with the M60, VK 72.01K, and T95E6 for the top 3000 players on the NA server and top 11000 players on the EU server who had gained the most fame points during the 3rd, 4th and 5th Clan Wars Campaigns.nnPros:n- Extremely trollish armor layouts: this tank actually had V-shaped armor layouts, which makes shot at corner of lower plate gets absorbed.
side may able to bounce some shots when angledn- Very strong turretn- High DPMn- Decent all-around mobilitynCons:n- Poor alpha damage and below average depression on gunn- Hull roof is rather large, easily overmatched, and marked clearly by a line for easy targeting.n- Exceptionally weak ammo rackn- Low ammunition countnnMap WindstormnC_bastian [R-7]nObject 907nDamage 11178nEnemy vehicles damaged/destroyed 13/8nnMap KharkovnC_bastian [R-7]nObject 907nDamage 10254nEnemy vehicles damaged/destroyed 13/10nn---nHardcore Letsplay: Maker of "Funny WoT Fails & Gains" "YOLO KINGs" "ARTY KINGs" "CARRY KINGs" "DERP KINGs"nn+ every day: WoT replays of top dmg/frag games.nnIf you have nice replays in one of those categories feel free to send me the link into Youtube inbox.
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