- VTOL and Yaw to move.
- Turret controls are Roll ( rotation ) and Pitch ( gun elevation )
- Smoke dispensers ( V on PC )
- Lights are activated by AG2
- Batignolles-Châtillon Char 25T ( usually abbreviated Bat.-Chat. 25T ) was a French tank developed by Batignolles-Châtillon around the mid-1950s. It was designed for a 25-ton weight class, which is twice the weight of the AMX-13. Its primary armament was a 90mm cannon, and was operated by 4 crew members. It could reach up to 65 km/h. Two prototypes were made before it was set aside. However, some principles of creation of the tank and some of its technology were used in other French AFVs. Some variants have been developed, but none of these were ever used in active service with the French Army.
- Today, only one prototype survives and was put back on display at Saumur Tank Museum in 2014 after an absence of 10 years. Later, it was revealed that, during these 10 years, the tank was placed in the backyard and left to rust. However, thanks to protests from the public, the tank underwent a restoration process and is now back on display along with a rare ELC AMX prototype and an AMX 13 90.
- Type: Medium tank
- Place of origin: France
- Designer: Batignolles-Chatillon
- Designed: 1950s
- Weight: 25 t
- Length: 6.87 m (including gun)
- Width: 3.16 m
- Height: 2.37 m
- Crew: 4
- Hull armor: 60/40/30 mm
- Turret armor: 50/30/15 mm
- Main armament: 90 mm F3
- Secondary armament: 1x Chatelleraut Mod. 1929
- Powerplant: Hispano-Suiza HS 110 ( 720 hp )
- Power/weight ratio: 28.48 hp/ton
- Gun elevation angles ( degrees ): -7/+12
- Suspension: Torsion bar
- Top speed: 65 km/h on-road / 45 km/h off-road
- Operational range: 345 km
- The actual performance of this in-game was slightly tweaked. It reaches almost 69 kph and, unlike the real thing, it mounts a 105 mm gun.
- I decided to switch to a different control scheme which should now make shooting more accurate in general.
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