One hundred chassis were ordered in early 1917, ten to be finished as fighting vehicles with armored bodies, and the remainder as cargo carriers. However, the number of combat-capable vehicles rose to 20. Unlike many of its counterparts, each A7V was purely hand-made.
They were used in action from March to October of that year, and were the only tanks produced by Germany in World War I to be used in combat.
Battlefield 1[edit | edit source]
— In-game description
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The A7V is a formidable ground vehicle with full 180-degree coverage from its main gun and an additional 5 slots, utilizing a variety of modular weapons; This omnidirectional nature also makes it ideal for urban or anti-tank warfare.
It is also quite fast, ironic for a large armored fighting vehicle, being able to pick up speed when traveling in a straight line but slow on the turn.
It's also more simple to use with its main gun packing the most punch, with 6 shells in reserve, the gun covers roughly 45 degrees in front but need to rely on its gunners if the target outmaneuvers out of this coverage. The machine guns can also be used to offer some limited anti-air but work better against infantry.
On European maps, the vehicle has a gray default camouflage. On Middle Eastern maps, the vehicle has a desert yellow default camouflage.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- St. Quentin Scar
- Ballroom Blitz
- Monte Grappa
- Empire's Edge
- Fao Fortress
- Sinai Desert
- Giant's Shadow
- Nivelle Nights
- Prise de Tahure
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Gallery[edit | edit source]