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The best WW1 tank and the first modern tank designed with over 25 year of service. From the WW1 battlefield to the Normandie beach during D-dayFeaturs:-realistic engin power, fuel capacity and weight (note: they are not 100% accurate but close-close 1/1 scale- a basic reproduction of the interior Control:-trim and Vtol turret-pitch and roll tank movement
MAN this is amazing
Can I modify it into a 1920s race car for the desert?
This is very nice
it looks cool but im android so sad for me ;-;
Functionality: should I go harsh or gentle on this? Hmmm, think I'll go in-between. 6.5/10. I don't think a Renault FT was supposed to go over 50 mph. Also, its cross-country capabilities are limited. Aaaaaand it also uses the default control scheme.
Visual: 8.5/10. I like that it has a semi-working interior but it's useless. There's no camera inside so I can't see what's in the cabin. Also, why are there no decals on it?
Quality: 3/5. I'm more than sure that a few things you did could've been simplified and made better. Especially the tracks.
Accuracy: 3.5/10. It's, so far, the only replica I've seen which kinda makes it special. Thing is, for such a tank that revolutionized warfare, you did a sort of mediocre job at recreating its "wow" factor. It does look and behave much like the real thing (except for a few things here and there).
Bonus: for being the first replica I've rated so far, you get 1. For being an acceptable replica, you get a 0.5. For also being a WW1 tank (which I haven't seen that many around), you get a 0.(3). And for being a kinda cute tank, you get a 0.(6). So this makes it a grand total of... 2.5
The actual grand total: 24.
@BaconRoll good point.
@BaconRoll it a good choice because the renault was supposed to be used with a heavy tank in support like the mark 5 or the saint chamond or a Schneider
@shipster I'd take both the Mark V and the Renault
@BaconRoll I'd take the Mark V!
Thanks you @Oski
Thanks @BaconRoll no mk5 bias love it
Vey nice, I learnt about these in History. Even though the video about was British, this was the presenter's favourite tank, so no Mark V bias there.
Dys is blyatiful! Almost like real one. Sadly I can't ten it...