World of Tanks Blitz

World of Tanks Blitz 4.2.0: French Light Tank Bat.-Châtillon 25 t

This experimental tank was a further development of the AMX 13. The tank underwent trials but never entered mass production nor saw service. Two vehicles were manufactured.

Built by Batignolles-Châtillon society at Nantes, the Batignolles-Châtillon 25t, often known in-game as the “Batmobile” or “Batchat”, lives up to its reputation as one of the game’s best assassin tanks, fit for many roles which include but are not limited to Scout, Sniper (when using the 100 mm SA 47 gun), Flanker, and Brawler, with a high mobility and powerful gun it’s capable of devastating any tank that it encounters.

Source: Gamemodels3d.com

Please be aware all the following information is from Supertest Server, meaning it’s not final and it might change before the final release.

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Modules

Suspension
Turret
Gun
Engine

Batignolles-Châtillon 25 t

Batignolles-Châtillon 25

‎100 mm SA47

‎Hispano-Suiza HS 110

105 mm mle. 57 (D. 1504)

General Statistics

Level 10
Health 1 800
Hull armor 60 / 40 / 30
Turret armor 50 / 30 / 15
Speed limit 65 / 23
Penetration 240 / 295 / 53
Damage 310 / 260 / 380
Rate of fire 7.50
Accuracy 0.36
Aim time 1.70
View range 260
Signal range 750
Weight 25 280
Power 720
Power/Weight 28.5
Price 6 100 000

Gun 105 mm mle. 57 (D. 1504)

Level 10
Caliber 105
Ammo capacity 30

OFL-105-57

OCC-105-57

OE-105-57
Reload time 15.00
Aim time 1.7
Accuracy 0.36
Shot dispersion factor
 turret rotation 0.1
 after shot 4
 while gun damaged 2
Traverse Arc -180..+180
Elevation arc -6..+11
rear sector -6..+8 (60°)
Clip
 count 3
 rate 20
Traverse speed 21.9
Impulse 0.46
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