It's a matter of choice, but I like the Hellcat. The mobility of the Hellcat can be important. Hellcat - Jackson: Hellcat is a mobile sniper. With either of these tanks, do not play them like you would a medium tank. Coupled with a preference to hull-down positions, this can slow down an advance considerably. Many also found their way into other armies, although in limited numbers.
The only M18 variant which was produced in significant numbers was the M39 Armored Utility Vehicle, a turretless variation used to transport personnel or cargo or as a gun tractor. Comparing it to medium tanks: Mobility: The M4A3E8 is far more mobile. T30-T95: This is where it gets interesting. S The Hellcat is also sexier P. Regardless of which you play, they are tanks you pretty much survive by what they are. I actually much prefer the Jackson. Screens take 100 percent crew into account.
These are my own mods, and not something required to use this cam. Engage them at range and stick with teammates if it is likely to encounter these machines. The need for a better armed tank hunter was confirmed, at a high cost, in the battle of Kasserine pass and later in multiple engagements in Sicily and Italy. The Hellcat is just the better tank. Have you ever tried brawling with these bad boys, and how it went? First sortie with the new old gun is a victory. One on one though, the tiger had a high-velocity 88mm and excellent armor.
What people have said is pretty much correct. One of a few American tank destroyers manufactured on its original chassis, not on a tank chassis. Army, 2nd Cavalry, Third Army, Germany, March 1945. The open-topped turret a characteristic which it shared with the M10 left the crew exposed to snipers, grenades, and shell fragments. Im waiting for more post before i dedicate a day to grinding these out You'll most likely hate the Hellcat then.
And although the gun does less damage than it does in pc, it has a better rate of fire. I put my chaffe crew in it and guess what? I havent played the Jackson yet, so i can't give you a straight answer, but i can tell you that i enjoyed most of my 800 battles in the Hellcat. So it all depends what you want now and later. Nerfing gun depression would kill the Hellcat immediately. As reported by someone already using the Demon Plus cam, it has pretty good drive-ability if its tuned properly.
Got 3 marks in mine, and the gun handling is incomparably better than on the hellcat. Well i have both man and i can tell you the extra armor on the Jackson won't help you that much. I haven't driven the Hellcat in a while, and I really miss it. All work on the three amphibious models was canceled after the end of the war. And in answer to the other question. They are taking a tank that uses all camo and speed and gun and making it have much less backup speed which means getting killed often + making the gun much much less effective. To this end the Hellcat was not intended to engage in protracted combat, and had light armor and extremely high speeds to quickly respond to breakthroughs in the line by German armor.
I seem to remember the Jackson not taking as long. It should complement your play style and give you a chance to start learning to how to use speed. It's a lot like a more mobile E 100 with a better gun and worse armour. It seems to be really popular in Australia for the Trackhawk guys who want a cam but also want to fly under the strict radar they have down there. That being said, tigers did suffer from mechanical problems, and germans in general had a chronic lack of fuel. I got lucky in one battle , 3 hellcats and me in my m36 torn apart another team by staying together. Iran was also provided M36s before the revolution of 1979, and saw action in the Iran-Iraq war.
Jackson line isn't too bad, some tanks arent super exciting but e3 looks very nice. The T110E3 operates a crap ton better than the T110E4. Shoot-and-scoot tactics familiar to artillery will be very successful in avoiding fire. Its good to have a variety of different game styles to choose from within one game. I suppose that would fall more in line wih the Russians or Chinese. In April 1943 the General Motors company produced the first prototypes. The Hellcat, due to its 76mm gun, had major difficulty penetrating the glacis of Panther tanks.
The Hellcat is very popular in tank companies along with the. The beauty of the Hellcat is how tiny it is. I have it on Xbox and the 90mm loads in 6. The gun isn't that great for sniping either so your sort of stuck with what you have. However, if you are looking for a great tank right now, go with the hellcat. Generally, while a nerf was needed, i fear that it may have been overdone.