I decided against buying the 64 because looking at the stats I didn't find anything particularly better about it than the Chaffee, so obviously it's a good idea to ask about first hand experience from others to see what I'm missing from only looking at the stats. Prolly why I'm so bad in a hellcat :P Reason why I'm comparing it to a hellcat is that all the stats are the same if the hellcat has the 76mm gun, but this things track and turret traverse speed is double and it gets scout camo rating. When I want to passive scout, I use my Chaffee, but I feel that the Type 62s maneuverability and great gun give it the potential to roll with the big boys and help advances finish of wounded tanks and counter-scout. The gold rounds have 250 pen and are not that expensive at all which ensures one's ability to do damage to all tier 10s when supporting or catching them off guard which makes this tank extremely fun to drive. Remember that your ground resistances wont enable you to quickly get to your top speed. Could you provide a replay or screenshot of that fail credit earning? If it's because it comes with a garage slot, well I've got 32 slots so no thank you.
The 390 damage per shot is also not to shabby considering the reload time. Here you have a replay of two of my good games in Type 64 where in both games i was forced to use gold ammo in order to do damage on high armored targets or i simply run out of ammo. Construction of the first Type 62 light tank prototype, Type 59-16, began in 1960 and ended in 1962. Given the chances of ammunition rack damage, Safe Stowage followed by Adrenaline Rush for the Loader is important, however as the Loader is also the radio operator the Situational Awareness skill should not be overlooked. I figure it'll be a bit easier considering I've gone down the American heavy line first. Stealth is a light tank's best defense, and the Type 62 is no exception.
Camo-Same size and height as 59 as far as I could tell, so the base camo value is probably the same as the 59, it is a light so that will apply even while moving. Movility: Chaffee has same weight with a better engine. The Type 62 was primarily deployed in Southern China, where it remains in active service to this day. For my build I cut the bolts off the tracks on the left side but promptly lost over half of them, so I simply am leaving them off for now. Take every opportunity you have to punish your enemies for their mistakes, the 490 average damage will make them think twice before they expose themselves again.
Based on experience gathered during the Sino-Vietnamese War an update for Type 62 was designed, consisting 33 different improvements and was designated Type 62-I. The Type 62 is also much more profitable to run due to its status as a premium tank. Just not 'to learn how to scout'. People say sealclubbing is unfair. Outside of a crew of 1 commander only, 100% crew is a fiction. So it's got a slight edge over the other tier 7 lights.
They're good support tanks, but like most light tank platoons, you're just going to wind up making the team short on real damage dealers. As best I can determine the kit is very close to what it should be for gross dimensions, but I cannot comment on specific details except in general terms. Trumpeter molded only one hand of track, all the track has the extended bolt on the same side, and would have you install the left hand side drivers side backwards to get the bolts on the outside. As posted elsewhere, i can't think of a good reason for it to not be on the shelves. Given the miniscule alpha damage I can't imagine it making any profit, what with the crappy premium pen over distance and the 0. If you are proficient in light tanks the Dragon can be fun and make you some credits, while having a dragon head on your gun.
I would really like to try it first before final call. Which vehilces are you talking about?. Don't miss your chance to get one as it will be a! Do your research, Ronin47r and the beard guys both have videos out on this tank on the 360 platform, plus quickbaby and i belive the Mighty Jingles have reviews of the pc version. Everyone you said, is complete opposite of what I've read from pro players and forum threads and on here. I would say yes, but that's only my experience. Designed as a light tank and by all means an appearance almost like the , but that's as far as the comparison goes.
Always be aware and if you limit the amount of damage you receive int he first few minutes you will find that your lack of armor becomes less of a negative. It has a pretty decent gun though, I don't know what it is about it but when I pepper targets it's not unusual to get full on ammo racks. I've been uploading a lot of replays for the In spot we trust mission, also some for the Type64. But as far as being a premium a tank it does a good job at earning silver 65-75k for great matches and 30-40k for normal victories with a premium account but compared to other tanks like the tier 5 light tanks and other tier 6's it is lagging behind. We are pleased to present the new video review. But this is complete situational; I'm more often in situations where a de-tracked tank is a dead tank Scout rushing over the open, pinned while playing peek-a-boo, etc.
Update: many people are saying that this tank is best played as a passive scout. It'll be a very bad tank for that. Once you get Sixth Sense on the Type 64, it does get significantly better as it's survivability increases just by knowing when your cover is blown, like all light tanks but it still gets lit quicker than most lights and is a bit more difficult to hide in bushes with it's large profile. The Norinco Type 62 is a Chinese light tank developed in the early 1960s and is based on the Chinese Type 59 with a reduced main gun caliber, lighter armour and a smaller suite of electronics and other equipment to help reduce weight. Keeping things simple and easy to read is good. Oh man, why is this noob posting another forum asking if the type 64 is any good? There is a lot of confusion concerning the North Korean Ch'ŏnma-ho main battle tank which is sometimes considered to be an upgrade of Type 62 light tank.
Wow, being called out for having my repair kit on a specific key? Is this tank worth the extra 900 gold? The development of the Type 62 light tank began at Factory 674 Harbin First Machinery Building Group Ltd in 1958. Produced by Norinco when it was accepted for service in 1963, it was renamed the Type-62. Only thing I really don't like is its tier2 low end as well armor. The content is very questionable! Turret: The detail appears to be accurate to photos and the kit parts fit well. I've been wanting to know more, especially since it's not a common tank to see around. But I imagine it will be a good addition to my garage.
Aside from the tracks, it is a nice little kit. And yeah your scouting method works too, i guess its really just down to whatever your comfortable with, for me i like it when the big tier 9's cry when a little tank is circling and killing them and there is nothing that they can do about it, then wait for them to say in the chat ''noob premeum scouttt! Although the Type 62 light tank is similar to the Type 59 main battle tank in appearance, it has a smaller hull and turret. Nice, the topic is from July 2013. Overall for a premium tank the Type 62 is a good buy for those who enjoy light tanks. It can take tracks off opponents that it can't pen and that's assistance damage for us scouts.