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Object268 (Stock)

6100000 Coste
1800 PVDurabilidad
50.97 / 53.9 Peso
  1. Comandante
  2. Operador de radio
  3. Artillero
  4. Conductor
  5. Cargador
  6. Cargador
187/100/50Blindaje del casco(frontal/laterales/trasero, mm)
18/16/16Blindaje de la torreta(frontal/laterales/trasero, mm)
800 c.v.Potencia del motor
48 km/hVelocidad punta / velocidad marcha atrás
30 gra/sVelocidad de giro
640 damage
303 mmPenetración media
13.9278856411351 Tiempo en completar carga
26 gra/sVelocidad de giro del cañón
250 mAlcance de visión
500 mAlcance de radio
Object 268
Object 268
El desarrollo comenzó en el verano de 1952 en la Oficina de Diseño de la Planta Kirov de Chelyabinsk bajo la supervisión de Joseph Kotin. El vehículo fue desarrollado sobre la base del carro T-10. El prototipo se fabricó en 1956. Fue sometido a pruebas, pero nunca entró en la producción en masa.

The Object 268 is a Soviet tier 10 tank destroyer.

The final advancement of its tank destroyer line, the Object 268 features good mobility, effective camouflage, and very well-sloped frontal armor which makes it tricky to attack from the front. Its most notable feature, however, is its upgraded 152mm cannon, which boasts extreme penetration, high alpha damage, a decent rate of fire, and, unlike the BL-10 before it, is very accurate. This gives the 268 excellent damage per minute, and it is without a doubt a very capable tier 10 tank destroyer.

The Object 268 marks the end of its Soviet tank destroyer line.



Nivel Cañón Penetración media (mm) Cadencia de tiro Dispersión a 100 m Tiempo de apuntamiento Experiencia Peso (t)
X 152 mm M64 303/395/90 640/640/960 4.31 0.33 2.5 0 6500


Nivel Motor Potencia del motor (c.v.) Probabilidad de incendio tras disparo Experiencia Peso (t)
X V-16FN 800 12 0 1024

Nivel Suspensión Límite de carga Velocidad de giro (gra/s) Experiencia Peso (t)
X Object 268 53.9 30 0 10000


Nivel Radio Alcance de radio (m) Experiencia Peso (t)
X R113M 500 0 80

Compatible Equipment

Planchas de blindaje pesado
Red de camuflaje
Llenado de tanques con CO2
Ópticas recubiertas
Cierre de la retícula mejorado
Barras de torsión mejoradas clase +5 t
Filtro ciclónico
Ventilación mejorada clase 3
Barra de carga para carro pesada
Telescopio binocular
Caja de herramientas
Municiones "húmedas" clase 2

Compatible Consumables

Player Opinion

Pros and Cons


  • Ridiculously good penetration
  • Extremely good DPM and alpha
  • High camouflage rating
  • Good mobility
  • Good accuracy


  • Obvious frontal weakspot
  • Somewhat long aim time
  • Small gun arc
  • Low velocity gun
  • Driver dies easily from frontal shots


The Object 268 is the Tier X Soviet Tank Destroyer. This beast has an astounding 303mm of standard AP penetration, making it the highest penetrating gun in the game. It also has quite a high rate of fire for the damage it can do, giving it the highest DPM for all tier X tank destroyers. Another noticeable feat of this tank is the extreme accuracy of the gun. However to balance this powerful gun, the 268's armor is rather poor, and only decent at best in the front, to help players though, it maintains the hallmark of Soviet TDs by having a very high camo rating, making difficult to detect. So people that are used to the play style of the ISU-152 will have no problem adapting to the Object 268.

The mobility of this tank is surprisingly good, with a great top speed and a decent traverse speed that's superior to most heavies and Tank Destroyers its tier. Medium tanks will often have a much more difficult time circling you than for other tanks, although it is certainly not a good idea to challenge one if it gets too close for comfort.

The biggest difference between the ISU-152 and Object 268 is the Object 268's much lower gun arc. This means that you will be moving your tank from side to side more often in the Object 268. The consequence of this movement is that you will not be able to take nearly as large an advantage of a Camouflage Net or Binocular telescope as you would in the ISU-152.

The Object 268 can play a variety of roles, and can therefore have a variety of equipment load outs. If you are staying back and sniping from behind a bush, the recommended equipment is the Gun Rammer, Camouflage Net and Binocular Telescope. You can also switch out the Binocular Telescope for Improved Ventilation if you wish. If you are going to support from the 2nd line, the recommended equipment is a Gun Rammer, Enhanced Gun Laying Drive and Improved Ventilation.

Historical Info

Object 268 during tests at the Kirov plant
Development of the Object 268 was started in the summer of 1952 at the Kirov Plant, Leningrad, under the supervision of Joseph Kotin. The vehicle was developed on the basis of the T-10 heavy tank. A prototype was manufactured in 1956. The vehicle passed trials, but never saw mass production.

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