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Tank stabilizers!

We continue to introduce you to long-awaited innovations in the upcoming update!

What can make a tanker smile? Well, except for an enemy tank on fire or an attacking soldier having their own explosive pack blown up in their hand. The widest smile of a tanker can be seen when their favorite tank gets improved! Gun stabilizers will do a great job with this task.

Stabilizer role

Nowadays, it's hard to imagine serious military vehicles without such a mechanism as a gun stabilizer. But during WWII this technology was just beginning to appear: on various tanks you could meet its first versions. Several gyroscopes or even a basic shoulder rest made such vehicles stand out qualitatively among similar vehicles, giving them the ability to aim fire on the move and to aim faster after stops.

Up to the beginning of WWII, the most advanced stabilizers were installed on US tanks, beginning with the M4, single plane vertical stabilizers providing a significant reduction of sighting shake at speeds up to 24 km/h and when the vehicle is stopped.

Early German and American tanks, as well as many British and Japanese tanks had shoulder rests, which can also be classified as stabilizers.

In Enlisted

Things will work the same way they worked back then — we have prepared a stabilization mechanism for more than 20 tanks. We'll even give you a complete list:


  • LVT(A)(1)
  • M24
  • M2A4
  • M4A1 (76) W 
  • M4A2 
  • M4A3E2 “Jumbo”
  • M3 Stuart
  • M5A1 Stuart
  • M8 “Greyhound”
  • Calliope


  • Ka-Mi
  • Ka-Chi
  • Ke-Ni
  • Ha-Go
  • Chi-Ha
  • Chi-Ha Kai


  • A13 Mk.ll
  • Churchill III
  • Crusader
  • Daimler Mk.II
  • Matilda
  • Mk I “Grant”
  • Sherman II


  • M-3 Medium (Lend-Lease)
  • Valentine (Lend-Lease)
  • M4A2 (76) W (Lend-Lease)


  • Pz. II C
  • Pz.38(t) F

The convenience of firing on the move will noticeably increase, and every smart commander simply has to re-evaluate the already presented in the game vehicles and their new features.

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