Comparing: IS vs. IS-2

IS

The IS ("Iosif Stalin"), with its 122 mm gun, was an unpleasant surprise for the Wehrmacht. Produced from October 1943 through June 1945, with a total of 107 of the IS-1 vehicles and 3,483 of the IS-2 version manufactured.

R71_IS_2B

Built in 1944, the IS-2 (IS-122) heavy tank was a modification of the IS-1. It featured a simple, 120-mm thick cast front plate. Elite Soviet Guards heavy tank regiments used the IS-2 extensively in the assaults on the fortress cities of Budapest, Breslau, and Berlin. These vehicles featured thick white stripes for quick identification by other Soviet tank crews. This vehicle, a tank of the 7th Guards Independent Heavy Tank Brigade, was made famous in a photo taken in front of the iconic Brandenburg Gate in the heart of Berlin.

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Tier VII VII
Battle Tiers 7 8 9
Price 1,424,000 5,250
Hit Points
Signal range
Speed Limit34 km/h34 km/h
Speed Limit Back14 km/h14 km/h
Weight
Load limit
Crew
  • Commander (Radio Operator)
  • Gunner
  • Driver
  • Loader
  • Commander (Radio Operator)
  • Gunner
  • Driver
  • Loader
Armor
Hull Armor
Front:
120 mm
Side:
90 mm
Rear:
60 mm
Front:
100 mm
Side:
90 mm
Rear:
60 mm
Turret Armor
Mobility
Engine Power
Horse power / weight
Traverse Speed
Max Climb Angle
Hard terrain resistance
Medium terrain resistance
Soft terrain resistance
Fire Chance
Engine Type
Turret
View Range
Turret Traverse
Traverse Arc
Armament
Damage (Explosion radius)
Penetration
Shell Price
Shell Speed
Damage / min
Rate of Fire
Reload time
Clip
Accuracy
Aim time
Elevation Arc
Ammo Capacity
Camo value
Stationary11.50 % %
In motion7.00 % %
When Firing2.23 % %
Battle performance
Accuracy66.9668 % %
Neto Credits Income911.238
Winrate49.1405 % %
Damage dealt708.147
Kills per Battle0.646545
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