|330 km/hTop Speed at Sea Level|
|330 km/hTop Speed at Best Altitude|
|500 mOptimum Altitude|
|430 km/hMaximum Dive Speed|
|65.5 m/sRate of Climb|
|70 km/hStall Speed|
|216 km/hOptimum Airspeed|
|8.2 sAverage Time to Turn 360 deg|
|100 °/sRate of Roll|
Pros and Cons
- High maneuverability
- High speed
- Low firepower
- Low strength
The A4N is a standard representative of the Japanese branch with good maneuverability. It's Maneuverability is slightly worse than the Soviet representative, but the difference is negligible. Decent speed, however it is only above the American counterpart, the F2F. Its Weapons are relatively mediocre. The advantage is that all the weapons are one caliber, and it's more comfortable shooting.The combat Strength is low, but it is traditional for Japanese aircraft. As a result, we get a good enough plane for cornering fights, this style of play will continue in this line and more.
Get involved in a landfill, with distracted opponents. Sit on their tails, and stick away from those with rear gunners. Avoid frontal attacks in all cases.
In general, the Japanese aircraft line requires careful maneuvers.
You can mount outboard bombs for use on ground targets. Note that this slows down your mobilty a bunch until you offload them, so dump them quickly and get back to the fighting.
|Fighters||IINakajima A4N • IIKawasaki Ki-10 • IIKawasaki Ki-5 • IINakajima Ki-8 • IIIMitsubishi A5M • IIIMitsubishi Ki-18 • IIINakajima Ki-27 • IIIMitsubishi Ki-33 • IVMitsubishi A6M1 Zero • IVNakajima Ki-43-I Hayabusa • VMitsubishi A6M2 Zero • VMitsubishi A6M3 (experimental) • VNakajima Ki-43-II Hayabusa • VIMitsubishi A6M5 Zero • VIKawasaki Ki-61 Hien • VIKawasaki Ki-88 • VIIMitsubishi A7M Reppu • VIINakajima Ki-84 Hayate • VIIIMitsubishi J8M Shusui • VIIITachikawa Ki-94-II • IXTachikawa Ki-162-I • XTachikawa Ki-162-III|
|Heavy Fighters||VKawasaki Ki-45 Toryu • VIKawasaki Ki-102 • VIIRikugun Ki-93 • VIITachikawa Ki-94-I|