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Two hot new tanks come to Tank Workshop:
SU-152 mounted a 152 mm gun-howitzer on the chassis of a KV-1S heavy tank. As an impromptu heavy tank destroyer, it is capable of knocking out the heaviest German armoured vehicles—it was nicknamed "Beast Slayer". This tank cannot be silenced while its skill “Counterattack” deals Reflect Damage to the enemy.
Crusader III, a British tank with Mk. IV Liberty engine, is up-gunned with the 6-pounder. Equip the tank, and your commander will not be dizzied any more. Its skill “Crush Revolt” will be triggered when it received the dizzy skill, which deals Reflect Damage to the enemy.
Fine new support for your Airforce in Air Supremacy!
The Mitsubishi A6M "Zero" is considered to have been the most capable carrier-based fighter in the world when it was introduced early in World War II, combining excellent maneuverability and very long range. It sacrifice his own HP to reduce the max HP of the enemy. Kind of Crazy, but that’s the most beautiful part of it—the courage.
The P-51A used the new Allison V-1710-81 engine, a development of the V-1710-39, driving a 10 ft 9 in (3.28 m)-diameter three-bladed Curtiss-Electric propeller. The armament was four .50 in (12.7 mm) Browning machine guns, two in each wing, with a maximum of 350 rounds per gun (rpg) for the inboard guns and 280 rpg for the outboard. The fighter can lower all your enemies’ speed, that’s what we needed in the battle -- decelerate the enemy and blow them up!