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- Great choice of guns, excellent AP/APCR penetration with the 90 mm DCA 45 and good DPM with 105mm.
- Great but annoying gun depression (10 degrees only on the front 160 degree arc, none on the sides and rear).
- Turret cheeks and hull upper glacis are well-angled and bouncy because people tend to not aim for weaker areas.
- Good acceleration for a heavy tank with high HP ratio, 90mm now has good aim time for the penetration.
- Easy stock grind; all guns carry over from ARL 44, 105mm is a decent brawling choice with the AP penetration buff.
- Large weak spots on frontal armor, along with side and rear armor vulnerable to overmatch by 120mm+ shells.
- Average alpha, low RoF, and terrible DPM, with the DCA 45 leads to not so great firepower.
- Large silhouette, bad camoflague rating and low 35km/hr top speed makes using the limited firepower hard.
- Stupidly big and slow speed for the paper armor it has (except for the turret).
- Prone to module and crew damage, especially the gun, ammo rack and loader, even when taking fire from the front.
The AMX M4 mle. 45 is a French tier 7 heavy tank.Development of this heavy tank started in 1945. The vehicle incorporated several design features of the Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. B Tiger II tank. The vehicle existed only in blueprints. Later the AMX M4 (1945) became a prototype for the AMX 50 100.The AMX M4 45 can be considered an evolution of its predecessor play-style. It uses the same guns as the ARL 44, which are less outstanding for its tier, but with improved rate of fire, accuracy, and aim time. Although the M4 45 sports better track protection, its overall armor is weaker than the ARL 44''s, and very poor for its tier. However, it receives fairly good mobility for a heavy tank in exchange, and is fairly effective in a supporting role, setting the pattern for future French heavy tanks.The AMX M4 mle. 45 leads to the AMX 50 100, and the AMX 65 t.
Development of this heavy tank started in 1945. The vehicle incorporated several design features of the Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. B Tiger II tank. The vehicle existed only in blueprints. Later the AMX M4 (1945) became a prototype for the AMX 50 100.