Object 155

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Object 155
Object 155
Details
Tier / Class:
3 MBT
Nation:
Soviet Union
Dealer:
None
Reputation:
0
Cost:
0
Stats - Stock (Renowned)
Max Damage:
256
Max Penetration:
219 mm
DPM:
2229
Penetration:
219 mm
Hit Points:
990
Hull F/S/R:
120/80/60
Turret F/S/R:
205/130/60
Max Speed:
48.60 km/h
Acceleration 0-32kph:
9.00 s
Hull Traverse:
29.04 deg/s
Camouflage:
0.10
Vision:
360.00 m
Accuracy (Spread):
0.19°
Max Turret Rotation:
21.73
Max Cannon Depression:
-0.6/-0.4°
Turret Traverse Speed:
23.2 deg/s

Object 155 is a tier 3 MBT originating from the Soviet Union. It was a beta testers’ reward tank for participating in one battle during Closed Beta, and later for participating in Stress Test.

Player recommendations[edit | edit source]

This is a very good tier 3 MBT. If it is top tier in a game, it is best played rushing to the heavy zone of the map and battling it out with its relatively high DPM. If its opponents are at tier 4-5, it is best played hanging back and supporting the top tier heavies or flanking, taking out lower tier targets for the team. Even though its armour is good enough to withstand a few shells, the relatively low health pool means it enemy fire should be avoided if possible.

Pros and cons[edit | edit source]

Pros[edit | edit source]

  • Somewhat speedy and mobile for a MBT
  • Very fast reload and high damage per minute
  • Good gun with high penetration and damage values
  • Rare

Cons[edit | edit source]

  • Sluggish turret rotation
  • Mediocre accuracy and aim time
  • Small HP pool

Upgrade suggestions[edit | edit source]

Premium vehicles come fully upgraded.

Retrofit suggestions[edit | edit source]

Advanced MRS, Chrome Barrel Lining or Experimental Propellant

Commander and Crew Skill suggestions[edit | edit source]

  • Commander: Maximillian Koenig
  • Driver: Battering Ram, Off-Road
  • Gunner: Do The Twist, Sharpshooter
  • Loader: Rapid Fire, Explosive Shells

Upgrades[edit | edit source]

Premium vehicles come fully upgraded.

Armor[edit | edit source]

Object 155 Stock Armor
Reputation Cost Credits Hull F/S/R Hull Composition Turret F/S/R Turret Composition ERA Type ERA Modifiers
Stock Stock 120/80/80 Steel 205/130/60 Steel - .00/.00/.00
The prototype for the T-55, the Object 155 includes a full suite of proposed upgrades to ammo storage, fire rate, and mobility. Although modestly armored, it became the first true MBT of the Soviet Union, its primary flaw being that it lacked an anti-aircraft gun.


Firepower[edit | edit source]

D-10T2S 100mm Rifled Cannon
Shell name Type Reputation Damage Penetration Velocity Accuracy (Fully Aimed) Reload Time Shells in Magazine Reload within Magazine Burst Fire Rate
100mm 3BM6 HVAPDS AP Stock 256 219mm 1200m/s 0.20° 6.96ss 1 {{{reloadm}}}s 8.63rd/min
100mm 3UBK9 HEAT SC Stock 320 193mm 750m/s 0.20° 6.96ss 1 {{{reloadm}}}s 8.63rd/min


Mobility[edit | edit source]

Name Reputation Cost Credits Max Speed Reverse Speed 0 to 32km/h 0 to Max speed Hull Traverse Fire Chance
V-55 Engine Stock Stock 48.60km/h {{{reverse}}} 9.00s {{{0-max}}} {{{htrav}}} {{{firechance}}}


Technology[edit | edit source]

Technology
Name Reputation Cost Credits Description
Object 155 Technology Stock Stock Essential systems and modules for vehicle operations.


Universal Retrofit Slot Stock Stock Compatible Schematics: All



History[edit | edit source]

Work to create a new armored vehicle based on the T-54B medium tank began in 1957. Assigned the secret classification of "Object 155," the tank incorporated the entire range of new design features yielded by the modernization of the T-54. Testing ran from the winter of 1957 to the spring of 1958, when the Object 155 was adopted by the Soviet Army as the T-55, according to a May 8 resolution passed by the USSR Council of Ministers. The T-55 was introduced in 1958 and incorporates all the refinements and improvements of the fully developed T-54 series, without being radically different in design or appearance. The T-55A appeared in the early 1960’s. Production continued in the Soviet Union through 1981 and was also undertaken in China (as the Type 59), Czechoslovakia and Poland.

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