World of Warships – HMAS Perth – Australian Tier VI Premium Cruiser Stats

Hello everyone,

A new premium cruiser is coming to World of Warships. The HMAS Perth is a modified Leander-Class light cruiser operated by the Royal Australian Navy. She was originally constructed for the Royal Navy, where she was commissioned as HMS Amphion.

Source: wows.ga

*Please remember these stats are supertest stats and are subject to change before final release version.


Stats

Survivability & Manoeuvrability

  • Hit Points: 27100
  • Armour: 13-100 mm
  • Maximum Speed: 32.5 knots
  • Rudder Shift Time: 7.6s
  • Turning Circle Radius: 640 m
  • Detectability Range by Sea: 10.1 km
  • Detectability Range by Air: 6.9 km

Artillery

  • Main Battery: 152mm/50 Mark XXI – 4 x 2 152 mm
  • Main Battery Firing Range: 12.8 km
  • Reload Time: 7.5 seconds
  • Turret Rotation Speed: 25.7 sec/180°
  • Standard Damage: 2100 / 3100
  • Muzzle Velocity: 841 m/s
  • HE Change of Fire: 9%
  • Sigma: 2.0

Auxiliary Guns

  • Secondary Battery: 102mm/45 QF Mark XIX – 4 x 2 102 mm
  • Secondary Battery Firing Range: 5 km
  • Reload Time: 3 seconds
  • Turret Rotation Speed: 25.7 sec/180°
  • Standard Damage: 1500
  • Muzzle Velocity: 811 m/s
  • HE Change of Fire: 6%

Torpedoes

  • Torpedoes Tubes: 553mm Mark IX – 2×4
  • Torpedo Range: 8 km
  • Torpedo Speed: 61 knots
  • Damage: 15,433
  • Reload Time: 96s
  • Detectability: 1.3 km

 

AA Defence

  • ? – Outer Ring
  • Range: 5 km
  • ? – Middle Ring
  • Range: 2 km
  • ? – Inner Ring
  • Range: 1.2 km

Consumables

  • Damage Control Party, Hydroacoustic Search, Catapult Fighter or Smoke Screen

3 thoughts on “World of Warships – HMAS Perth – Australian Tier VI Premium Cruiser Stats

  1. I imagine it will be like the ?Blskawica?…the only Polish ship for a while. Since WG is releasing a Premium Tier 7 cruiser the Belfast….idk. Can speculate it may be British since it was built British then loaned out.

    After all we have a Premium Tier 8 and 7 BB for Z Germanz, why not the same for De brits!!

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  2. Australian? Another useless premium for a nation that won’t have regular ships or is it going to be British?

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    • The Royal Australian Navy over its history had 2 different classes of protected cruisers; 2 different classes of light cruisers and 1 class of heavy cruiser as well as a battlecruiser. That is if you do not count sub-classes. At least 7 different classes of destroyers (non missile armed)..

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