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October 15, 2020

ST 0.9.10, Buffs 'n' Nerfs To Researchable and Premium Ships.

ST 0.9.10, Buffs 'n' Nerfs To Researchable and Premium Ships.

WG changed the characteristics of several ships, having analysed their combat performance and taken player feedback into account. Such changes were required to carefully adjust the balance of selected warships. WG will continue to introduce changes in the updates that follow, if deemed necessary.

British Tier V Heavy Cruiser Hawkins 1919
  • Main battery reload time reduced from 12.1 to 11.7 s.
British Tier VIII Aircraft Carrier Implacable 1945
Bomb parameters were changed:
  • Maximum damage increased from 4,900 to 5,100;
  • Chance of causing fire on a target increased from 28 to 29%.
Soviet Tier VIII Cruiser Tallinn 1947
  • Main battery reload time reduced from 13.5 to 13.0 s.
  • Detectability range by ships increased from 14.24 to 14.54 km.
Other detectability ranges were increased accordingly.

Soviet Tier IX Cruiser Riga 1943
  • Main battery reload time reduced from 14.5 to 14.0 s;
  • Detectability range by ships increased from 15.04 to 15.34 km. 
Other detectability ranges were increased accordingly.

Soviet Tier X Cruiser Petropavlovsk 1947
  • Detectability range by ships increased from 15.4 to 15.8 km. 
Other detectability ranges were increased accordingly.

We adjusted the parameters of the following ships based on testing results.
Italian battleships
 
Italian Tier VI Battleship Andrea Doria 1916
Italian Tier VII Battleship F Caracciolo 1913
  • The "Exhaust Smoke Generator" consumable was removed.
With this change, the features of the Italian battleships branch will become more pronounced while progressing along the branch, and the differences between mid-tier and high-tier ships will be more noticeable.

Italian Tier X Battleship C Colombo 1913 
  • Horizontal firing angles on both sides of the aft-end turrets were reduced by 10 degrees;
  • Sigma parameter was reduced from 1.6 to 1.5
  • Deck plating thickness reduced from 55 to 50 mm.
Italian Tier VI Destroyer Leone 1924 
  • Torpedo tubes reload time increased from 47 to 75 s.

British Tier X Light Cruiser Plymouth 1936 
  • Engine settings were changed. Now the ship will gain and lose speed in the same way as the cruiser Minotaur.
  • Main battery reload time reduced from 6.5 to 6.0 s.
British Tier VIII Light Cruiser Belfast '43 1939 
  • Main battery reload time increased from 9.0 to 10.5 s.

Japanese Tier IX Battleship Hizen 1935 
  • Main battery firing range reduced from 21.1 to 20.3 km;
  • Main turrets' traverse speed reduced from 4.5 to 4.0 degrees per second;
  • Detectability range by ships increased from 16.38 to 17.38 km. 
Other detectability ranges were increased accordingly.

German Tier IX Destroyer Z-44 1941 
  • The angle at which the check for ricochets is made for AP shells is reduced from 60 to 45 degrees;
  • Guaranteed ricochet angle for AP shells reduced from 67.5 to 60 degrees.
  • Arming threshold reduced from 25 to 12 mm.
French Tier VII Battleship Strasbourg 1938 
  • Reload time of the "Main Battery Reload Booster" consumable increased from 120 to 180 s;
  • Main battery reload time increased from 21 to 24 s.
Commonwealth Tier VI Light Cruiser Mysore 1940 
  • Removed the ability to mount the "Propulsion Modification 1" upgrade.
  • AP shells' arming threshold and fuse arming time were reduced to values similar to the AP shells of British light cruisers:
  • Arming threshold reduced from 25 to 12 mm;
  • Fuse arming time reduced from 0.025 to 0.005 s.
German Test Ship Tier X Aircraft Carrier Werner Voss 1945
  • Parameters of skip-bombers were updated.
IMPORTANT! Because these Ships are WIP, the information in this Article is tentative and reflects the state of game development at the time of its publication. Changes and new features may be removed entirely or implemented differently by the time the update goes live. Screenshots, specific values of certain characteristics, and details of in-game mechanics will not necessarily be relevant after these Ships are released. 


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