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Vehicles imported into the 20th-Century Chinese warlord states and Republic of China that were used in WW2 and Chinese Civil War in early tiers, And The vehicles designed by People's Republic of China (Communist China) and Republic of China of Taiwan, Tanks tend to carry the largest possible calibers into battle but pay heavily for the privilege.

China's tank development consisted of three phases. Prior to 1950 China relied on foreign made tanks purchased from or supplied by France (Renault NC31), Britain (Vickers Mk.E B), the USA (M5A1 Stuart), as well as tanks seized from Japan at the end of WWII (Chi-Ha). Chinese tanks through Tier-4 represent this period. In the early 1950s China was heavily influenced by vehicles of other nations, notably the T-34 and the IS-2, which were provided to China by the Soviets together with design and fabrication assistance for local production. By the late 1950's China began developing its own tanks by making modifications and improvements on the Soviet T-54 design. The Chinese Type-59 main battle tank and Type-62 light tank were the first Chinese tanks to be mass produced. The tier 6 premium light tank Type 64 was produced by the ROC from Taiwan, which strongly resembles some USA light tanks characteristics, being somewhat agile and fast firing gun.


0.9.18 Chinese Tank Tree

Chinese tanks, for the most part, have unparalleled mobility, good camouflage values and sloped armor. This makes their tanks very flexible regardless of if they are a heavy, medium, or light. They still play as you would expect, but they can often change their combat role a bit, should it be necessary. However, they have very poor gun depression, even worse than German or Russian tanks, and arguably the worst in the game. They also have very poor module health, and their modules are usually exposed. This results in frequent crew loss, destroyed tracks, engine fires, or even ammo rack detonation. However, while most Chinese tanks have (comparably) poor hull armor, their turret armor is unparalleled, sometimes even surpassing the hull armor values of heavy tanks.

Chinese Light Tanks are fast, agile, and have good penetration and alpha damage. They play very much like medium tanks. Their armor, Although it's sightly better than foreign counterparts (late tier tanks had almost tough protection as medium tanks) is really the only thing identifying them as light tanks. They suffers from poor gun depression and module damage.

Chinese Medium Tanks are, up to a point, very similar to the Soviet ones, combining mobility and firepower, at the expense of a low rate of fire and poor gun depression. At higher tiers they gain firepower and become more adept at brawling than their Soviet counterparts, while being less well-rounded.

Chinese Heavy Tanks are also similar to the Soviet models on which they were based. These tanks have good frontal armor and acceleration and faster rates of fire, which makes it possible to play them as "heavy" mediums. Later on they focus more on armor sloping and high maneuverability.

Chinese Tank Destroyers are mostly fictional "would-be" vehicle based on existing platforms. They start out with "conversion plan" of seized/imported tanks at Tier 2 - 4 with decent sustained damage output and mobility, making capable supporters and ambushers, but lacks armor. at Tier 5-7 featured conversion of Chinese Medium Tanks, which still retained glass cannon traits. At Tier 8 - 10, Chinese TDs drastically changed by trade mobility for heavier armament and protection as switching to heavier base models. Later vehicles carry heavy guns comparable to Soviet ones, and very thick frontal armor and high HP pool at Tier 9 - 10 TDs capable of standing against punches as German Jagds could. Like most other Chinese vehicles, they are generally hampered by subpar accuracy thus don't snipe so well.



Light Tanks

    I
    Renault NC-31

    Renault NC-31

    II
    Vickers Mk. E Type B

    Vickers Mk. E Type B

    III
    Type 2597 Chi-Ha

    Type 2597 Chi-Ha

    IV
    M5A1 Stuart

    M5A1 Stuart

    VI
    59-16

    59-16

    VI
    Type 64

    Type 64

    VII
    Type 62

    Type 62

    VII
    WZ-131

    WZ-131

    VIII
    WZ-132

    WZ-132

    IX
    WZ-132A

    WZ-132A

    X
    WZ-132-1

    WZ-132-1

Medium Tanks

    V
    Type T-34

    Type T-34

    VI
    Type 58

    Type 58

    VII
    T-34-1

    T-34-1

    VIII
    Type 59

    Type 59

    VIII
    T-34-2

    T-34-2

    VIII
    T-34-3

    T-34-3

    VIII
    59-Patton

    59-Patton

    IX
    WZ-120

    WZ-120

    X
    121

    121

    X
    121B

    121B

Heavy Tanks

    VII
    IS-2

    IS-2

    VIII
    WZ-111

    WZ-111

    VIII
    110

    110

    VIII
    112

    112

    IX
    WZ-111 model 1-4

    WZ-111 model 1-4

    X
    113

    113

    X
    WZ-111 model 5A

    WZ-111 model 5A

Tank Destroyers

    II
    T-26G FT

    T-26G FT

    III
    M3G FT

    M3G FT

    IV
    SU-76G FT

    SU-76G FT

    V
    60G FT

    60G FT

    VI
    WZ-131G FT

    WZ-131G FT

    VII
    T-34-2G FT

    T-34-2G FT

    VIII
    WZ-111-1G FT

    WZ-111-1G FT

    VIII
    WZ-120-1G FT

    WZ-120-1G FT

    IX
    WZ-111G FT

    WZ-111G FT

    X
    WZ-113G FT

    WZ-113G FT


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