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May 12, 2020

0.9.4 "Buffs' n' Nerfs" to Researchable and Premium Ships


0.9.4 "Buffs' n' Nerfs"

In the second stage of the Public test for Update 0.9.4, we've changed the characteristics of several ships, having analysed their combat performance and taken player feedback into account. Such changes were required in order to carefully adjust the balance of selected warships. We'll continue to introduce changes in the updates that will follow, if deemed necessary.

Tier VIII European Destroyer Öland:
* Standard torpedo tube reload time reduced from 70 to 59 s.

Tier VIII U.S. Cruiser Cleveland:
* Fighter consumable added to the slot with Surveillance Radar.

Tier IX Seattle and Tier X Worcester U.S. Cruisers:
* Fighter and Spotting Aircraft consumables added to the slot with Surveillance Radar.

Tier VIII U.S. Battleship North Carolina:
* Deck armor thickness increased from 37 to 38 mm.

Destroyers:
Nicholas
Farragut
Mahan
Benson
Fletcher
Ognevoi:
* Defensive AA Fire consumable is now available for mounting on any hull.

Tier III Soviet Cruiser Aurora:
* Gun traverse speed increased from 5.3 to 5.5 deg/s.

Tier IV Soviet Battleship Gangut:
* Base main battery firing range increased from 12.3 to 12.4 km.

Tier III U.K. Destroyer Valkyrie:
* Main battery reload time increased from 5.4 to 5.6 s.

Tier IX U.K. Destroyer Jutland:
* Main battery reload time increased from 4.2 to 4.3 s.
* Torpedo tube reload time increased from 124 to 125 s.

Tier X U.K. Destroyer Daring:
* Main battery reload time increased from 2.7 to 2.8 s.
* Torpedo tube reload time increased from 124 to 125 s.

Tier II U.K. Cruiser Weymouth:
* Added the Repair Party consumable.
* Main battery reload time increased from 8.57 to 8.9 s.

Tier V U.K. Cruiser Hawkins:
* Main battery reload time reduced from 13.5 to 13 s.

Tier V German Destroyer Т-22:
* Hydroacoustic Search consumable added in a separate slot.

Tier VI German Destroyer Ernst Gaede:
* Hydroacoustic Search consumable is available for mounting on a standard hull.

Aircraft:
* The spotting range of all aircraft has been reduced from 17 to 16 km (spotting range being a parameter that determines the distance at which an aircraft can detect a hostile target).