World of Warships

World of Warships Supertest: Soviet Cruiser Stalingrad

Stalingrand will be an upcoming Tier X Soviet Cruiser, this warship was first announced during Wargaming Fest 2017. It was a smaller and less-expensive counterpart to the Kronshtadt-class battlecruisers of 1939.

The original role was for a light, fast ship intended to break up attacks by British fast-cruiser forces that might attempt bombardment of Russia’s northern ports. The design would have been able to outgun any ship with similar speed, or outrun anything more heavily armed. Design work had just started when the German invasion of the Soviet Union opened and the design was put on hold.

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Initial Stats

Tier 10
Hit Points
84,000 HP
Plating 92 mm
Armor Belt 180 mm
Torpedo Damage Reduction 25%
Main Battery ‎3×3 305mm
Firing Range 20.4 km
Maximum HE Shell Damage N/A
Chance to cause fire N/A
Maximum AP Shell Damage 9,200
Reload Time 20 s
180 degree turn time 40 s
Maximum Dispersion 219 m
HE initial velocity N/A
AP initial velocity 950 m/s
Sigma value 1.8
Maximum Speed 35 kt
Turning Circle Radius 1130 m
Rudder Shift Time 15.0 s
Surface Detectability 18.2 km
Air Detectability 13.8 km
Detectability after firing main guns in smoke 15.6 km

AA Defense

Armament 10×4 25mm
Range
3.1 km
Damage per Second 84
Armament 6×4 45mm
Range 3.5 km
Damage per Second 124
Armament 6×2 130mm
Range 5.7 km
Damage per Second 167

Consumables

 Slot 1  pcy001_crashcrew
 Slot 2    pcy003_airdefensedisp
 Slot 3  pcy002_regencrew
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5 comments

  1. It should be 32 mm plating. What about he ammo? Without it its a crapy ship…

  2. …What?

    All your historical data is just plainly wrong. The “Stalingrad” is a post-war design of “large cruiser” (in USSR she was called just “heavy cruiser”), which main goal was to serve as backbone of light cruisers & destroyers squadrons. She was NOT “smaller and cheaper” – she was bigger, longer, faster, and she carried much more powerfull extra-long barreled 12-inch guns.

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