Tier / Class:
|Stats - Stock (Renowned)|
|310 (380) mm|
|205 / 80 / 45|
|460 / 175 / 75|
Max Cannon Depression:
|-7.0 / -3.5°|
Turret Traverse Speed:
Features[edit | edit source]
- Heavy armor: this vehicle's armor bounces more shots and takes more hits
- High caliber: the high caliber weaponry deals an increased damage
- Gas Turbine : provide a smoother acceleration, compared to an ordinary diesel
- Smoke Generators : generated a smoke screen around the vehicle
Player Recommendations[edit | edit source]
Highly mobile and heavily armored, the T-80 is a tank purpose built for flanking attacks. With heavy turret armor and one of the best accelerations on any MBT in the game, it excels in fast maneuvers around enemy positions that are impossible for most other heavily armored vehicles. However, it does not sacrifice armor for mobility, and having relatively high armor for its tier. These two characteristics make it one of the most devastating vehicles at its tier.
Pros and Cons[edit | edit source]
Pros[edit | edit source]
- High alpha
- Excellent turret armor
- Excellent Mobility
Cons[edit | edit source]
- Extremely high hull traverse can make precise turning hard
- Mediocre gun depression
- Mediocre turret traverse
- Lack of ERA makes this tank more vulnerable to guided missiles compared to other tier 5 Soviet T-series MBTs.
Upgrade Suggestions[edit | edit source]
Upgrading your firepower through better ammunition and modifications will improve the effectiveness of flanking attacks, so these should be the primary focus.
Retrofit Suggestions[edit | edit source]
- Advanced Muzzle Reference System
- Augmented Optics
- Improved Gun Breech
- Improved Pioneer Tool Kit
Commander and Crew Skill Suggestions[edit | edit source]
- Commander: Juan Carlos, to improve the aim speed and crew stats.
- Driver: Spin to Win, Off-Road Driving
- Gunner: Sharpshooter, Do the Twist
Armor[edit | edit source]
|Reputation Cost||Credits||Hull F/S/R||Hull Composition||Hull Modifiers (AP/HE/SC)||Turret F/S/R||Turret Composition||Turret Modifiers (AP/HE/SC)||ERA F/S/R||ERA Composition||ERA Modifiers||Turret Traverse|
|Stock||Stock||205/80/45||Textolite Laminate||460/175/75||Quartz Insert||0/0/0||None||20.00deg/s|
|Developed from the T-64 series, the T-80 features improvements to armament, mobility, and firepower over the older T-64 models. These include a lower silhouette, a well-rounded turret, and spaced steel composites on the frontal arc to defend against HEAT shells.|
Firepower[edit | edit source]
|Shell name||Type||Reputation||Salvo Size||Damage||Area of Effect||Penetration||Speed||Max Accuracy||Aim Time||Reload Time|
|125mm 3VBM7 APFSDS||AP||Stock||1||550||0m||310mm||1,750m/s||0.13°||2.50s||10.00s|
|125mm 3VOF22 HE-F||HE||Stock||1||580||1.50m||40mm||850m/s||0.16°||2.50s||10.00s|
|125mm 3VBM9 APFSDS||AP||13,415||1||560||0m||380mm||1,750m/s||0.13°||2.50s||10.00s|
|125mm 3VBK10 HEAT-FS||HEAT||20,335||1||560||0m||450mm||905m/s||0.15°||2.50s||10.00s|
|Shell name||Type||Reputation||Salvo Size||Damage||Area of Effect||Penetration||Speed||Rate of Fire||Max Accuracy||Aim Time||Reload Time|
Mobility[edit | edit source]
|Name||Reputation Cost||Credits||Max Speed||0 to 32km/h||Hull Traverse|
|Klimov GTD-1000T Gas Turbine Engine||Stock||Stock||65.00km/h||6.36s||36.60deg/s|
Upgrades[edit | edit source]
|Upgraded Exhaust Smoke||5,855||110,505||Provides a total of five smoke deployments on an eighty second cooldown between uses.
|1A40 Fire Control System||8,230||155,395||Reduces aim time by 20%.
|Improved Autoloader||19,815||374,100||Increases reload speed by 10%.|
History[edit | edit source]
Developed as a replacement for the T-64, the T-80 started as the T-64T, which amounted to little more than a T-64 with a gas turbine engine installed. Through a number of further modifications, the T-80 became a tank in its own right in 1976, forming a large part of the late Soviet Army. The only large-scale combat ever seen by the T-80 took place in the First Chechen War in 1994, where the T-80 suffered heavy losses, due to a combination of inexperienced crews and poor tactical decisions. Currently, updated T-80s serve in over half a dozen countries, with the largest fleets being owned by Russia, Pakistan, and Ukraine respectively.