Tricky_Fish_68, on 12 January 2017 - 03:56 AM, said:
I enjoy peak-a-boom heavies and TDs like the T110e4 and KV-1s. I have fun with spot-and-relocate lights like the type 62. I like flexible meds and heaviums like the m103 and the t54. I like sniping turreted TDs like the hellcat.
But i can't play turretless TDs like the obj 268 and its line. I dont do well with them and i don't enjoy them, although i sometimes enjoy the big alpha from the su-152.
Does anyone else loath the turreted TDs?
Or does anyone else have a particular playstyle that they are incompatible with?
I don't loath any of the TDs, with the turretless one you do have to predict where the OPFOR is going to pop up and set up your firing position so you'll be concealed and ready to fire when they pop into your line of sight. Also it is wiser to simply stick to one target in your firing arc rather than moving the tank to hit a potentially more juicy target and risk blowing your cover at the same time. If you have to move, ideally do it when the OPFOR has no direct sight of you at longer ranges.
The turretted ones are generally more flexible, but they will still be outplayed by other tanks in a straight firefight unless at some higher tier ones.
Sometimes with TDs like Ferdi or ISU-152 you have to play the support gun role alongside the heavies and push hard. Especially Ferdi sine it has a rather big alpha and decent armor to back it up.
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