World of Warships Gameplay featuring the Tier 10 American Battleship USS Montana. Her guns are to die for, or to kill for 🙂 Enjoy Guys!
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+Mr. Popo the overlord Download it, go type world of warships into google and hit the big “play for free” button in the upper right hand corner.
+Flynn williams No, Montana were design to outmatch the Yamato not Super Yamato or H44.
Lol, the Montana must be the worst planned to be build battleship if it manages to be in the game, compared to the japneses and the germans
+Flynn williams Super Yamato will not be in the game due to her oversize guns, seriously a 20.1 in vs 16.1 in? Montana will shred for sure, same thing like german H-44. So no super Yamato.
multiple shell hits in all likelyhood
+carlos rojas Except bismark is not in the same class as Iowa or Yamato. Its likely to be a tier 8.
+Peter Tran you mean lead? leading for long range shots? Its a skill that you develop as you get more experience with the game. If you mean the shot-cam, hold Z after you fire. the camera will follow the shot.
Btw phly, glad that u find the info about the aa arrangements useful
+Hauntedmist Do more testing, if it happens with other applications it your PC, never known games to cause them
+Bernardo Grando Those are the secondary’s.
+Jonathan Hjulberg hit the Z key in game
+Blastgun yeah i know what was going to happen but its not fair that the ‘better off players’ such as youtubers get these ships straight of the bat… but the xp is stupid
You knew what was gonna happen and you won’t have the advantage of having grinded against players that have not been chosen. Stop saying that and start playing games for fun.
+ElCaminoGuy2005 Not even close. Its a bismark class battleship. The Bismark to be exact.
+Kevin Le KMS Bismarck
I hate that thing
+BulletDrop Nvm, NavyField2, if anyone’s wondering 🙂
+HEX terry Bismarck
+mattpez4president Alot of ships had scout planes. I suppose you also believe that the bismark will be tier x and the best ship in the game?
+mattpez4president Real battleships did have scout planes. Learn your shit before you try being “authentic”
+Slick Bee lololololololl
I never would have guessed
Oh yeah.. derped. Don’t worry I voted Furutaka for you 🙂
+Yu Takeda lol played zao 2 episodes ago or 3
+christopher morris nice cooincidence, iChase was at the helm of a cv there XD
+christopher morris nope
+RadioMan8745 It sucks that the point is moot since by the time the “best battelship ever” was produced, the age of the battleship was over and the thing was near useless. Hence its inglorious and slow death at the hands of airpower. And however good a ship is, if the enemy shoots first and detonates your magazine, your fucked however powerful you are. Hood learned that lesson well. So a battle between even Iowa and yamato would not be a clear cut deal. especially since there was ONE yamato but 4 Iowa’s. quantity has a quality all its own. I mean, japan did loose the war, however good their battleships or katanas were. Another history buff here, and ill smile at you both from the deck of my G3 battlecruiser as you both go down in flames yelling “HOW DID HE EVADE THOSE SHOTS?!” If the devs put a brit battlecruiser line into he game…..
+PhlyDaily you bring dishonor. The Montana was never built the yamato is was and always will be the best battleship and yes the guns are the yamato are still higher caliber than the Montana would of had. History buff here but you have your thoughts when i get my yamato i will smile as your Montana sinks if we face eachother lol
+Josh Friedman Not to mention the fact that those 18 inch guns had terrible ballistics, and American fire control was practically space magic compared to the Japanese systems at the time. All the crews really had to do was load the guns and get the hell out of the way.
+andrew Critides The Yamato and Iowa’s guns were actually on par with one another. Iowa’s shells were dense enough to compensate for their smaller caliber. Their shots were both capable of penetrating the other when you look at all the data.
The outcome of the battle between Yamato and Iowa would have likely been determined by factors beyond specifications of said ships.
The Japanese had a disadvantage poor with potentially poor visibility due to their guns being rangefinded optically. Rough seas especially would have hampered Yamato’s accuracy in a combat scenario and anything obstructing that view would have posed a problem. Bad weather is/was a common occurrence in East Asia just due to it being such a warm/hot region.
Meanwhile the US had a gaping flaw in their night fighting tactics (Night always comes so they say lol) and gunnery training in case of radar failure. Their moral would go to practically zero during these events. This eventually leading to poorer crew performance, increased likelihood of marginal error and bad tactical decisions.
It all boils down to the immediate decisions made by both vessels that would have dictated the victor
+PhlyDaily phly is cheating on fuso 😮
+xflamousz an extra 30 or so seconds of turret traverse time isn’t exactly minor.
But lets ve honest the difference is so minor that Its up to the player how he will perform.
Really disappointing that this ship is better than the yamato, the only real thing the yamato has over this is bigger guns and slightly higher range with less dispersion, turret traverse time is way worse and it has less aa guns and 3 less guns, the maximum damage isn’t even a whole lot more.
random number generator
What does RNG means ?
+TheYamato101 You’re being too overly specific trying to prove a point that really isn’t there, perhaps if I had said ‘laid down’ or ‘built then converted’ then perhaps you’d have point, but the Montana-class’ hull was indeed used and converted into the Midway’s design, ‘converted’ is an intrinsic description in this case, albeit one that is obviously incompatible with your myopic understanding.
Perhaps, I should write at a kindergarten level next time and save me the troubles.
+bendsomemetal ford They hull design maybe. He is saying that she was converted to The Midway.
nope the hull design was used on the midawy
+adobo777 I am not incorrect. So please stop spreading incorrect information.
+Nubcakeman57 Wrong channel kid.
+Recliine TOG II (sorry I had to)
+Josh Wetzel well if you use the accuarcy upgrade For montana i think Its equal in 1v1 On yamato that one does not really help.
Yamato for ship to ship. If there were planes def Montana. Yamato will nail you with 18 inch AP dildo rounds
+Recliine Montana because it is designed specifically to counter the Yamato, though the Yamato turns like a boss for her size.
+John Lee You also have to take into account that the terminal ballistics on those 18 inch guns are terrible. Like throwing a 460cm brick at them. Not to mention the fact that due to the inferior quality of Japanese steel, the plates had to be welded together, for example 2 9 inch thick plates or 4 4.5 inch plates, reducing effective thickness, whereas American armor plate could be cast as one large piece.
+German elgerbo Of course Musashi was better because she had improvements over the Yamato!
+German elgerbo Thank god you were being sarcastic, hard to tell the difference on the Internet nowadays. You know, all the idiots that lurk and spout their retarded bull shit.
Also by now I’ve come to the conclusion that a fight between an Iowa class and a Yamato or the Musashi for that matter would be determined not necessarily by the capability of the ships but more by the training of the sailors and external factors like weather, time of day and etc. The one factor that would almost guarantee a Japanese victory would be a night battle. On the other hand if the weather was shit then the advantage definitely lies with the Iowa. That’s how I’ve come to see it but even now I’m a bit iffy.
I’m being sarcastic. The Yamato was struck by 12 torpedoes, the first four did not affect her fighting ability, all flooding was under control. The 24 bomb hits destroyed many of her pumping stations used for counter flooding and as a result the other 8 torpedoes were fatal. The Yamato had a design flaw, and that was the longitudinal bulkhead that separated the ship down the middle prevented good counter flooding if the damage became too extensive from under water damage. The Yamato should not be underestimated, and if she hits first and knocks out the Iowa’s radar or steering than under that scenario the Iowa would be in trouble. The Yamato’s sister, the mighty Musashi, was a much better ship, and it took 19 torpedoes and 14 bomb hits to bring her down.The third Yamato class ship was the Shinano ,converted into an aircraft carrier. She was torpedoed and sunk by the U.S.S Archerfish.The four torpedoes that sank Shinano,were only able to do their job because Shinano was not yet complete on the inside with many of her water tight doors lacking gaskets, and her new and untried crew did not know their ship well enough to be very effective. Still, the ship took 4 hours to sink! She was huge! (70,000 TONS)!
+German elgerbo Not to be rude but…you’re joking right? Did you really think the process of the two was the same? Word of advice, go on google and type “How katanas are made.” Then think “is this practical for making several slabs of steel that’s 800 feet long?”
+PhlyDaily Mogami damnit!!!
+jakekillify I say this argument will go nowhere because it includes ”if’s”.What if Yamato angles it’s superior armour,what if the Yamato dosen’t miss,what if what if.I guess we both made our points and in the end each to it’s own.
+Daniel Melinte i think your forgetting one massive thing. Rate of fire. If yamato misses its first salvo, the montana will be able to put a second downrange before yamato can, thats a lot of potential damage. combined with the better accuracy of the montana. What do you say to those pragmatics?
+jakekillify For battleships armour and guns are everything.AA is not good neither for the Montana or the Yamato.And a few knots of top speed for the Montana counts for nothing at this level.So there you have it the small minded unpragmatic idiot is you.
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