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Engineer Zed #1 Posted 21 September 2019 - 01:51 AM

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The Excalibur's description says it was designed as an airborne amphibious tank. Has anyone checked to see if it floats? That's going to be my criteria for buying it. A floating tank would be fun and have the capability to go some unique places.

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View PostEngineer Zed, on 21 September 2019 - 01:51 AM, said:

The Excalibur's description says it was designed as an airborne amphibious tank. Has anyone checked to see if it floats? That's going to be my criteria for buying it. A floating tank would be fun and have the capability to go some unique places.

 

Would also be totally game breaking. Besides, most of those unique places are probably blocked off by invisible walls, so you wouldn't get there anyway.

Does it float? I think the game you're thinking of is World of Warships. It's an interesting tank, I would still get it, even if it doesn't float. ;)

Now, in regards to the airborne part...


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While I'm glad we don't have amphibious capability, it would be fun to see some of the light tanks from that niche.

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TocFanKe4 #4 Posted 21 September 2019 - 03:54 AM

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The GwTiger used to be able to go in really deep water. I remember there used to be videos of people driving out to strange islands in training rooms. Don't know if it still can

 

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View PostEngineer Zed, on 20 September 2019 - 09:51 PM, said:

The Excalibur's description says it was designed as an airborne amphibious tank. Has anyone checked to see if it floats? That's going to be my criteria for buying it. A floating tank would be fun and have the capability to go some unique places.

 

What are you doing?  This isn't a boat! :trollface:

DefiantSpurr #6 Posted 21 September 2019 - 08:02 PM

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Mt-25 was meant to be amphibious too.

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View PostDefiantSpurr, on 21 September 2019 - 03:02 PM, said:

Mt-25 was meant to be amphibious too.

 

For that matter the Sheridan was able to swim rivers as well. The prototype version we have in the game should be as well. 

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