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World of Warships Supertest: French Battleship France – Tier X

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No details about a France battleship are available at the moment, so either Wargaming is making this ship up or it’s a design they found somewhere in an archive. From the picture, it looks like an Alsace class battleship, but without the second forward facing turret and quadruple guns, instead of triple guns on each turret as the original designs and proposals. More details as soon as they are available.


France will be a regular Tier X battleship. All stats are listed without crew and upgrade modifiers, and are subject to change before the final release.

Initial Stats

Tier 10
Hitpoints 92,400
Plating 32 mm
Belt 350-400 mm
Main battery 2×4 431 mm
Firing range 26.1 km
HE damage 6,300
AP damage 14,500
Reload time 30 s
180 degree turn time 36 s
Maximum dispersion 322 m
HE initial velocity 840 m/s
AP initial velocity 840 m/s
Sigma 2.00?
Maximum speed 30.0 kt
Turning circle radius 980 m
Rudder shift time 18.3 s
Surface detectability 18.0 km
Air detectability 16.8 km
Detectability after firing in Smoke
18.3 km
Anti-Torpedo Reduction
Damage Control Party / Repair Party / Engine Boost

14 thoughts on “World of Warships Supertest: French Battleship France – Tier X

    1. Oh, I thought it was 2 turrets in the back :/
      And here I was hoping for the French tier 10 BB to have 4*4 guns :'(

    1. Gun stat? what ever if you are face to face you have ONLY 4 Gun Ennemy have 6 in two turret if you loose your turret you’re dead. This Ship is weak don’t have to say more.

    2. I presume she’s talking about how the 431mm guns have the best penetration in the game.

    3. Gun stats? What is there to brag about? 2.00 sigma? That’s cool now what about that 322m horizontal dispersion which is worst in class in fact is worse than a lot of older pre war battleships. Sigma isn’t everything that’s what Giulio and Conq didn’t keep their bad sigma but great dispersion values. It did not matter.

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