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2.3.0.117 → 2.4.0.18 changes Part 5

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Previous one: https://www.reddit.com/r/Warthunder/comments/lpzlee/230117_24018_dev_changes_part_4/


2.3.0.117 → 2.4.0.18 changes: Part 5

  • All coastal ships – previously compartments and bridges only took damage from explosions, now they also take damage from KE impacts.
  • Battleships:
    • compartment, radio station, cover, superstructure, bulkhead, mast and funnel HP increased
    • engine room HP lowered
    • an explosion in the shell storage is no longer fatal, but now it is in the charge storage
    • water mass multiplier (when breached): 240 → 210
  • Heavy cruisers:
    • compartment, cover, superstructure, bulkhead, mast, funnel, main calibre turrets, auxiliary calibre turrets HP increased
    • engine room HP lowered
    • an explosion in the shell storage is no longer fatal, but now it is in the charge storage
    • water mass multiplier (when breached): 220 → 210
  • Light cruisers:
    • cover, superstructure, bulkhead, mast, funnel, main calibre turrets, auxiliary calibre turrets HP increased
    • engine room HP lowered
    • cover: 20 → 25.4 mm
  • Destroyer:
    • bridge, radio station, superstructure, bulkhead, funnel HP increased
    • compartment, engine room, transmission HP lowered
    • bulkheads: 13.35 → 14.5 mm
    • masts: 10 → 20 mm
  • Cargo ships:
    • superstructure, funnel HP increased
    • compartment, engine room, transmission HP lowered
    • bulkheads: 13.35 → 14.5 mm, HP increased
    • masts: 10 → 20 mm, HP increased
  • Helgoland – crew: 1117 → 1113, added SAP as Tier I mod, APC: Tier I → Tier II, APC mod is now required before the rangefinder mod.
  • Admiral Hipper – crew: 1403 → 1400.
  • T 28 – 105 mm/45 S.K. C/32 – vertical guidance: -10° / 30° → -10° / 70°.
  • S 100 (1945), S 204 lang – 7.92 mm M.G. 34 → 7.92 mm M.G. 15.
  • Comandante Margottini (MA) – Cannone OTO da 135/45 Mod. 38 reload time: 8.62 → 8 sec.
  • Zara – crew: 1155 → 1156.
  • Hyūga – crew: 1360 → 1361.
  • Ikoma:
    • crew: 884 → 821
    • minimum crew to remain alive: 263 → 246
    • top speed: 37.8 → 40.57 km/h
    • lots and lots of armour changes
  • Kako – crew: 619 → 617.
  • Mikuma – crew: 951 → 953.
  • Tone – crew: 882 → 877.
  • Dreadnought – crew: 811 → 810.
  • London (69) – crew: 796 → 793.
  • York (90) – crew: 623 → 624.
  • Hawkins (D 86) – torpedoes loadout: added two more torpedoes.
  • Haida (G 63) – 102 mm/45 Mk. XIX mounting – horizontal speed: 15°/s → 7°/s, vertical speed: 15°/s → 10°/s.
  • Calpe (L 71), Brissenden (L 79) – 102 mm/45 Mk. XIX mounting – horizontal speed: 20°/s → 7°/s, vertical speed: 20°/s → 10°/s.
  • Jervis (G 00), Kelvin (F 37), Nepal (G 25):
    • center of gravity changed
    • rudder deflection lowered
  • Jervis (G 00), Kelvin (F 37) – 120 mm/45 Mk. 12 CPXIX mounting – vertical guidance: -10° / 40° → -7° / 40°.
  • Nepal (G 25) – 102 mm/45 ROQF 4-inch Mk. V:
    • horizontal speed: 25°/s → 8°/s
    • vertical speed: 25°/s → 8°/s
    • ammo: 250 → 200
  • Spey (K 246) – horizontal speed: 10°/s → 8°/s, vertical speed: 10°/s → 8°/s.
  • North Dakota (BB-29) – crew: 1391 → 1384, received HE, APC is now Tier I mod.
  • Baltimore (CA-68) – crew: 1142 → 1560, minimum crew to remain alive: 342 → 468.
  • Pensacola (CA-24) – crew: 654 → 924, minimum crew to remain alive: 195 → 276.
  • Portland (CA-33) – crew: 848 → 1034, minimum crew to remain alive: 254 → 309.
  • Northampton (CA-26) – crew: 621 → 872, minimum crew to remain alive: 186 → 261.
  • New Orleans (CA-32) – crew: 848 → 1184, minimum crew to remain alive: 254 → 354.
  • Barker (DD-213) – it can no longer spawn 3 times.
  • Poltava – crew: 1125 → 1127.
  • Pr.1124 BK-121 (1940) – 76 mm F-34 obr. 1940g.: no longer stabilised.
  • Chapayev, Zhyelyeznyakov – center of gravity changed.
  • All air cannons (20+ mm) – the HEF / HEI / HEF-T / HEI-T shells now have pressure damage.
  • 7.62 mm GShG-7.62 (Ka-29, I.A.R.316 B) – now has a charge time of 5.5 sec.
  • 20 mm Mk. 11 mod 5 (A-4B, A-4E) – ROF: 360 → 4000 rpm, with an alternate ROF of 700 rpm.
  • 30 mm akan m/55 (J 29D, J 32B, J 35D, Saab 105G) – drag coefficient: 0.001 → 0.025.
  • 37 mm Sh-37 (ITP (M-1) – AP-T → API-T, HEFI-T → HEI-T.
  • All ground cannons (20+ mm) – the HE / HEF / HEI / HEF-T / HEI-T / HE-FS / HEAT / HEAT-FS / VOG shells now have pressure damage.
  • MILAN, MILAN 2, BGM-71B TOW, HOT, SS.11, Swingfire ATGM – now it uses Composition B, and has a fuse delay of 0.05 m.
  • 120 mm akan sav (Sav fm/48) – instead of a generic reload sound, now uses the Begleitpanzer's.
  • 9M113 Konkurs, 9M14 Malyutka, HJ-73 ATGM – now it uses A-IX-1, and has a fuse delay of 0.05 m.
  • The following cannons now overheat more slowly:
    • 15 mm: M.G. 151/15 (AMX 50 Foch)
    • 20 mm: Cannone-Mitragliera Breda da 20/65 Mod. 35 (AS.42 (Breda 35)), Fla.K. 38 L/65, lvakan m/40B, Type 98, 72-K obr. 1940g.
    • 37 mm: 61-K obr. 1939g., Fla.K. 36, Fla.K. 43, Fla.K. 44, M1A2
    • 40 mm: akan m/70B, M266, lvakan m/36, lvakan m/48, M2, Mle.51 T1
  • The following cannons now overheat faster:
    • 20 mm: M168, M693, Oerlikon FF, Rh202, Cannone-Mitragliera Scotti-IF da 20/70 Mod. 41
    • 23 mm: 2A7, LW25
    • 25 mm: M242, Oerlikon KBA, PG-87
  • The following cannons' HEAT shells now have a fuse delay of 0.05 m:
    • 75 mm: Kw.K. 37 L/24, Kw.K. 40 L/43, Kw.K. 40 L/48, Kw.K. 44 L/36, K. 51 L/24, M2, Pa.K. 39 L/48, Pa.K. 40/3 L/46, Stu.K. 37 L/24, Stu.K. 40 L/43, Stu.K. 40 L/48
    • 76 mm: M32A1, T185E1
    • 90 mm: Cannone da 90/50 M3A1, BK 90 L/40, M3, M36, M41, M54
    • 152 mm M162, 152 mm M81, 152 mm XM150E5
  • All naval HE – fire chance increased.
  • Some naval machine guns and all cannons (15+ mm) – HE now has pressure damage.
  • 6.5-15 mm naval machine guns – the AI gunner won't attack a destroyer, only a frigate at most.
  • 20-88 mm naval cannons – the AI gunner won't attack a cruiser, only a destroyer at most.
  • 100-140 mm naval cannons – the AI gunner won't attack a battlecruiser, only a heavy cruiser at most.
  • 150-152 mm naval cannons – the AI gunner won't attack a battleship, only a battlecruiser at most.
  • 180+ mm naval cannons – the AI gunner will attack a battleship.
  • 20 mm naval cannons:
    • max aim distance is now 4000 m
    • attack max distance is now 3500 m
  • 57 mm naval cannons:
    • max aim distance is now 7000 m
    • attack max distance is now 7000 m
  • 75-80 mm naval cannons – min aim distance: 50 → 0.05 m.
  • 140 mm naval cannons:
    • min aim distance: 100 → 0.5 m
    • max aim distance: 12.000 → 10.000 m
    • max attack distance: 12.000 → 10.000 m
  • 180 mm naval cannons – min aim distance: 100 → 500 m.
  • 380 mm naval cannons:
    • max aim distance: 14.000 → 15.000 m
    • max attack distance: 14.000 → 15.000 m
  • 20 mm naval cannons:
    • HEF-I – fuse sensitivity is now 0.1 m.
    • HEFI-T – fuse sensitivity is now 0.1 m.
  • 80 mm naval cannons – HE – fuse sensitivity is now 0.1 m.
  • 100-140 mm naval cannons:
    • APC – fuse sensitivity is now 6 m.
    • APCBC – fuse sensitivity is now 6 m.
    • APHE – fuse delay is now 5 m, fuse sensitivity is now 6 m.
    • APHEBC – fuse delay is now 5 m.
    • HE (base fuse) – fuse delay is now 4 m, fuse sensitivity is now 5 m.
    • SAP – fuse delay is now 4 m, fuse sensitivity is now 5 m.
    • SAPBC – fuse delay is now 4 m, fuse sensitivity is now 5 m.
    • SAPCBC – fuse delay is now 4 m, fuse sensitivity is now 5 m.
    • common – fuse sensitivity is now 5 m.
    • SP common – fuse delay is now 4 m, fuse sensitivity is now 5 m.
  • 150-155 mm naval cannons:
    • APC – fuse delay is now 10 m.
    • APCBC – fuse delay is now 10 m.
    • APHEBC – fuse delay is now 10 m, fuse sensitivity is now 7 m.
    • SAP – fuse delay is now 8 m.
    • SAPBC – fuse delay is now 8 m, fuse sensitivity is now 7 m.
    • SP common – fuse delay is now 8 m, fuse sensitivity is now 7 m.
  • 180-190 mm naval cannons:
    • APCBC – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • SAPBC – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
  • 200-203 mm naval cannons:
    • APC – fuse delay is now 14 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • APBC – fuse delay is now 14 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • APCBC – fuse delay is now 14 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • APHEBC – fuse delay is now 14 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • SAPBC – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • SAPCBC – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • common – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • SP common – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
  • 283 mm naval cannons:
    • APCBC – fuse delay is now 16 m, fuse sensitivity is now 11 m.
    • HE (base fuse) – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • SAP – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
    • SAPBC – fuse delay is now 12 m, fuse sensitivity is now 9 m.
  • 305-381 mm naval cannons:
    • APC – fuse delay is now 18 m, fuse sensitivity is now 12 m.
    • APCBC – fuse delay is now 18 m, fuse sensitivity is now 12 m.
    • HE (base fuse) – fuse delay is now 15 m, fuse sensitivity is now 12 m.
    • SAP – fuse delay is now 15 m, fuse sensitivity is now 12 m.
  • 140 mm/50 3rd Year Type (Kuma, Sendai, Hyūga) – SAP now has drag.
  • 152 mm/57 B-38 (Chapayev, Sverdlov, Zhyelyeznyakov) – HE, APCBC and SAPBC now has drag.
  • 152 mm/45 ROBL Mk. XII (Enterprise (D 52)) – SAPBC drag increased.
  • 152 mm/50 ROBL Mk. XXIII (Arethusa (26), Belfast (C 35), Leander (75), Southampton (83)) – SAPBC drag increased.
  • 152 mm/53 Mk. 12 (Raleigh (CL-7), Trenton (CL-11)) – SP common now has drag.
  • 180 mm/51 B-1-P (Kirov, Maxim Gorky) – HE, APCBC and SAPCBC now has drag.
  • 180 mm/60 B-1-K (Krasnyy Kavkaz) – HE, APCBC and SAPCBC now has drag.
  • 20 mm JM61-RFS (PG No. 2 (PG-822)) – accuracy lowered.
  • 100 mm/56 SM-5-1bis (Chapayev, Sverdlov, Zhyelyeznyakov):
    • OF-55 HE – explosive type: TNT → A-IX-2, explosive mass: 1.12 → 1.26
    • F-55 HE (base fuse) – explosive mass: 1.26 → 1.15
  • 283 mm/45 S.K. (Westfalen, Von der Tann) – HE (base fuse) and SAP swapped.
  • 305 mm/45 12-inch Mk. 5 (North Dakota (BB-29)) – added HE (new stock) and APCBC shells, removed the AP shell.
  • 356 mm/45 41st Year Type – added SAPCBC (new stock) and APCBC shells, removed the HE and APC shells.
  • 82 mm BM-37 mortar – instead of a generic sound, now uses the Hedgehog's.
  • All ATGMs / AShMs now have pressure damage.
  • The following rockets now have pressure damage: HF-5, Model 90-1, Model 130-2, T10 131a, T10 131b, T10 151a, T10 151b, SNEB, SNEB Type 23, TBA DEM, TBA ECC, TBA EEG, TBA ESP, TDA, TBA Multi-Dart 100 AB, TBA Multi-Dart 100 AMV, S-1OF, S-13, S-13DF, S-21, S-24, S-24B, S-3K, S-5K, S-5KP, S-5M, S-8, S-8KO, S-8KOM, S-8M, m/56D, m/49/56, m/49A, m/55 Frida, m/57B, RN, CRV7 M247, CRV7 RA-79, CRV7 WDU 5001, FFAR Mk. 4, FFAR Mk. 24 Mod 0, FFAR Mk. 32 Mod 0, FFAR Mk. 40 Mod 0, FFAR Mk. 40 Mod 1, FFAR Mk. 41 Mod 0, FFAR Mk. 41 Mod 1, FFAR Mk. 63 Mod 0, LSFFAR Mk. 4, Hydra 70, Hydra 70 M229, Hydra 70 M247, Hydra 70 M259.
  • AGM-114K – ' "breakLockMaxTime": 30 ' line removed.
  • Kursk – grass density increased.
  • Unused CDK additions:
    • F-5C: (keep in mind the only F-5 we're getting this update is the Chinese F-5A)
      • textures
      • modifications on the F-5A model
    • F-5E: (keep in mind the only F-5 we're getting this update is the Chinese F-5A)
      • new cockpit instruments: "us_gauge_angle_of_attack_indicator_f5e_c", "us_gauge_cabin_altitude_indicator_f5e_c", "us_gauge_elevator_trim_indicator_type_f5e_c", "us_gauge_fuel_flowmeter_indicator_f5e_c", "us_gauge_fuel_indicator_f5e_c", "us_gauge_oil_pressure_indicator_f5e_c"
    • F-8 / F8U:
      • new cockpit instruments: "us_gauge_oxygen_indicator_f8_c", "us_gauges_aoa_indexer_f8u_c"
    • Decorations:
      • AKMS variant
      • G36K variant
      • QBZ-95 variant
      • L85A1 variant
      • M4 Carbine variant

Raw changes: https://github.com/gszabi99/War-Thunder-Datamine/compare/2.3.0.117..2.4.0.18

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