Changes to 10x In-Game ships - Public Test 13.4

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Changes to 10x In-Game ships - Public Test 13.4

WG is implementing balance adjustments to the following in-game ships after analyzing combat statistics and player feedback: Fenyang, Ship Smasha, Siliwangi, Chung Mu, Yumihari, Yodo, Vladivostok, Monarch, Annapolis, and Condé.

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  • VIII Fenyang & VIII Ship Smasha: Torpedoes can now damage cruisers, battleships, and aircraft carriers. 😃
  • VIII Siliwangi: Main battery reload time reduced from 4.8s to 4.5s.
  • IX Chung Mu:
    • Maximum torpedo damage reduced from 19,033 to 17,967.
    • Torpedo speed reduced from 67 kts to 64 kts.
  • VIII Yumihari:
    • Sigma value increased from 2.1 to 2.2.
    • AP shell maximum damage increased from 12,000 to 12,600.
    • AP shell penetration slightly increased.
      • AP Shell Air Drag from 0.34 to 0.378
      • AP Shell Krupp from 2650.0 to 2600.0
      • AP Shell Mass from 870.0 to 970.0
    • X Yodo:
      • HE shell maximum damage increased from 2500 to 2850.
      • Fire chance increased from 10% to 12%.
    • VIII Vladivostok: Detectability range by sea increased from 15 km to 15.4 km.
    • VIII Monarch: Repair Party consumable replaced with Specialized Repair Teams consumable.
      • Slot 2
      • Charges: 3
      • Action time: 20 s
      • Reload time: 80 s
      • HP per Second: +1210 hp/s
    • Supership Annapolis: HP reduced from 56,000 to 51,900. 😕
    • Supership Condé: HP reduced from 63,000 to 55,400. 😕

Kindly be aware that the information provided in this post is tentative. The announced adjustments and features are subject to change throughout the testing phase. The definitive details will be made available on our game's official website.


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  1. Why nerf Chung Mu after all these years? Makes a absolutely no sense!

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