All in all, for me Chi-Nu is good enough on this regard. The Chi-Nu was quite nice, it felt fairly at home in tier 5. On the plus, this mean Performance The Chi-Nu is in many ways considered a below average medium tank. In May 1944, the Chi-Nu development started and was completed in the same year. However, it makes up for it with the Type 5 75mm gun, arguably one of the best medium tank guns at Tier V. Edit: I forgot about the view range to camo-ratio on the Chi-Nu and Chi-To.
Here, the gun-depression is your crucial asset as it allows you to take advantage of most kinds of terrain. However, only 60 vehicles were manufactured due to shortages of components and materials. The entire Japanese Medium line has good guns and no armor to speak of. Are we really going to get our pitchforks over the color of our tanks? Hasn't the Chi-Nu Kai always been willow green except for in Common Test? Ps : Try to learn Camo skill first. It's a great medium for Tier V. Yeah, I'd not realized when I traded my Chi Nu for a Chi Nu Kai that I was losing three degrees of gun depression.
The hull of the Chi-He was taking, the turret ring enlarged, and the prototype Chi-Ri Plan I's turret was taken and mounted on the hull. Crew survivability seems a bit iffy too, but modules seems not damaged too often. If you don't have any equipment or trained crew, you'll probably run into the issue of enemies spotting you before you spot them, often making you dependent on friendlies spotting for you. Armor: Tier V medium is not famous for its armor, but Chi-Nu takes a cake here. Their really Japanese versions of the Leopard tanks only except the entirety of the line from Tier 1-9 require Leopard play style.
Add that to boxy shape, almost everyone you meet can pen you. Misc: Have i mention Chi-Nu is quite big? Each tank guide breaks down a specific tank into firepower, armor, mobility, miscellaneous attributes, and tactics to use to excel in that tank. So the Chi-nu is good tank to play then? What's the difference between the Chi Nu and the Chi Nu Kai, regarding the special camoflage? Stick to the second line and place accurate fire into the enemies distracted by your heavies, pushing up with them as needed. In 1942, Japan initiated a new medium tank program of 3 projects, each being a different class of medium tank: a 47mm medium tank, a 57mm medium tank, and a 75mm medium tank. I tried the russian line T-34-85 so far and even though they are nice tanks, for me the gun depression weighs heavier than extra mobilty and armor. However, the somewhat smaller production model Chi-To's turret was chosen for this, with its armor reduced from 75mm to 50mm to reduce the stress on the chassis.
An autoloader gun on a premium tank would be a first. I finally spend free exp to escape it and get Type 3 75mm gun. However, thanks to its accurate and deadly gun, the Chi-Nu makes a great second line sniper. As long as you damaging someone you can still made profit. Type 3 Chi-Nu was Imperial Japan Army answer for Allied's Sherman tanks on Pacific theatre as previous design, Type 95 Ha-Go and Type 97 Chi-Ha and Shinhoto Chi-Ha hopelessly outdated. The Type 3 Chi-Nu medium tank is a modification of the Тype 1 Chi-He with a new turret and gun.
It is not a great tank for long flanks. But the Chi Nu Kai doesn't have the same stats as the regular Chi Nu? The tank was the most powerful among wartime Japanese mass-produced vehicles. After seeing some youtube vids by Sinz, cpt beardface I decided on the Japanese medium line. So for me it really is a one trick pony. These tanks were supposed to be a new breed of anti-tank capable medium tanks.
It's basically a Chi Nu with legendary camouflage, right? In the end Chi-Nu never fired its gun in anger, maybe for good reason. Wargaming never ceases to amaze. Alternatively, you can take up well-concealed positions and provide fire from there. How is the credit earning potential? A Chi-Nu taking fire from any and all enemies will wither quickly unless it can find cover. I was about to drop my a Hamilton on it, but then I scrolled down and saw it color schematics. That very subjective since some players seems find it not that enjoyable, while for me its a keeper.
Thankfully, this tank earning is pretty good. Basically all of them rely on the team to spot and distract the enemy before aiming and firing. The first Japanese tank introduced into the game. The Type 5 75mm gun easily delivers on this role with its solid balance of penetration, alpha damage, accuracy, aim-time, and reload-time. Hull-down tactics are severely limited due to this. The Chi-Ri I think is really good with the autoloader, but that tank is like marmite.
The Chi-Nu is sluggish for a medium tank, but nimble enough to deal with most heavies. Sadly, regular tier V medium guns fire so fast that the advantages of an autoloader are negligable in comparison how could it possibly top the RoF of a 57mm on the T-34 or its Chinese copy? I dont see Chi-nu Tank review yet in youtube, I better try harder ~~No choobz revoow for yoo. But the Chi Nu Kai doesn't have the same stats as the regular Chi Nu? With the introduction of the Japanese medium tank line, it has been rendered one of the most pointless premium tanks in the game due to being mostly identical to the standard Type 3 Chi-Nu. What the Chi-Nu excels at is sniping and support. The Type 90 75mm field gun was modified and became the Type 3 75mm tank gun and mounted onto the tank. Be Ridley Scott's alien, appear where least expected then vanish only to reapear unexpectedly elsewhere.