Today, the second British Light Tank is put into Supertest: GSOR3301 AVR FS, a complex name for such a small tank.
The 3301 AVR, for short, has all the distinctive features the new British light tanks will have, including small dimensions and high concealment. As for its firepower, the top configuration of the vehicle has a 90-mm gun, a big gun for a small runner.
Featuring decent penetration values, 232-mm for a standard shell and 254-mm for APRC, great stabilization when stationary, accuracy matching its peers with 0.36 dispersion and 1.9 seconds aiming time, this vehicle will embody what the new British light tanks aim to be.
But the vehicle isn’t all just good things, there are two factors that might eclipse your enthusiasm: moderate rate of fire of just 6.32 rounds per minute and a mediocre stabilization when firing on the move. No forgetting the armour of the vehicle is far from being sturdy, typical of all light tanks in the game, unless they are Soviet. The 3301 AVR has 1,250 HP and is handled by three crew members.
Just as its Tier X successor, this vehicle will shine when used for passive spotting and fire support, as it has everything it needs for this role: small dimensions, a spotting range of 390 meters and high specific power of 37.2 h.p./t. The GSOR3301 AVR FS can quickly change position on the battlefield and arrive precisely when you need its recon powers or fire support.