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Crew:

  • Commander (Radio Operator, Gunner, Loader)
  • Driver

Advantages:

  • Strong weapon statistics: very high damage, respectable penetration and decent fully aimed accuracy
  • Very low silhouette (Can ''Side Hug'' tanks to get under their line of fire, and use small hills as good cover)
  • Best camouflage of any light tank in the game
  • Amazing shoot-and-scoot / active scouting abilities

Disadvantages:

  • Very poor protection and HP
  • Extremely limited traverse arc/depression with top gun
  • Poor view/signal range
  • Low sustained damage output, very poor accuracy while on the move and poor aim time
  • Cannot fully rotate turret and near-impossible to flip right-side up when flipped over

Tank description:

The AMX ELC bis is a French tier 5 light tank.Developed from 1957 through 1961 to provide French airborne troops with an air-transportable vehicle that could engage heavy tanks. The vehicle mounted a 90-mm gun and had a very low silhouette. The two crew members were seated in the turret, which could turn through 360 degrees, but only when the vehicle was not moving. Variants with different guns were planned. Only one prototype was manufactured. The vehicle never saw service.The ELC AMX represents a rather dramatic reversal in French tank design philosophy. While the AMX 40 and prior tanks were slow, with weak guns, and heavily armoured, the ELC is fast, well armed and lightly armoured. While it has laughable armour, its mobility is mediocre after 9.18, but it still has high damage, great penetration 90mm for a tier 5 light tank. Unlike most lights, however, it does not have a fully rotating turret with top gun mounted, means that circling enemies is much more difficult. Using either of the 75mm cannons, the turret becomes fully rotational making circling the slower tanks easier, albeit now having lower penetration. It is very light and has a good engine, giving it acceptable acceleration, with 22.5hp/t, and has no problem reaching its top speed of 60km/h and maintaining it on hard terrain. Use your manoeuvrability to your advantage, even if your turret can`t traverse all the way when using the 90mm, you can still perform flanking manoeuvres. Even if you survive a shot from an enemy tank, your tracks and engine are easily damaged, so your duty as a scout can end very quickly if you get caught in the open. The ELC AMX is preceded by the AMX 40.The AMX ELC bis leads to the AMX 12 t.

Developed from 1957 through 1961 to provide French airborne troops with an air-transportable vehicle that could engage heavy tanks. The vehicle mounted a 90-mm gun and had a very low silhouette. The two crew members were seated in the turret, which could turn through 360 degrees, but only when the vehicle was not moving. Variants with different guns were planned. Only one prototype was manufactured. The vehicle never saw service.