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For a modern version, see Ocelot

Panzerkampfwagen IV "Ocelot" Tank Ausf. G
German Ocelot Tank
Ocelot tanks being manned by select Panzer core operators
Faction League of Nations
Cost $600
Build at Weapons Facility
Requires German Sub-Sector
Detailed Information
WWII Germany Placeholder Place of Origin Germany Flag of Germany Small
Manufacturer Friedrich Krupp AG
Role Medium Tank

Basic Anti-Vehicle

In Service Active
Features
- 75mm KwK 40 Tank Cannon

- MG-34 Machine Gun
- Maybach HL 120 V12 Engine
- Medium Armour Plating
- All-Terrain Threads


"Kein Feind ist hart" (Translated: No enemy is tough)
- Ocelot operator taunting his enemy -

The backbone of the German Wehrmacht forces in the early stages of the war, Panzer IV Ocelot is a decent tank, capable of destroying most of its contemporaries with few shots. Ocelot is the strongest in terms of firepower with all other tanks of the League, but is less mobile. The most common version of the war was Ausf. G, that made the highest of tank kills in the whole war of its variants. It was eventually replaced in its role of anti-tank vehicle by Panther.

Behind the Scenes

  • The Panzerkampfwagen IV Ocelot (Panzer IV) is based on its real-life counterpart that served Germany during the real World War II as the country's main armour, behind Panther and Tiger tanks.
  • Ocelots serve as Germany's Tier 1 battle tank, equipped with medium armour plating with a machine gun for support against enemy infantry, it is ideal for tier 1 battles against enemy units.
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