Tier VI SPG made in Germany. WarGaming Tankpedia specs »
In the autumn of 1942 the Alkett company started the development of a new SPG with a 150-mm gun. To boost new vehicle production, it was planned to use the readily available components of Pz. III and Pz. IV vehicles. The SPG was made on the same chassis as the Nashorn heavy tank destroyer. A total of 714 vehicles and 150 ammunition carriers that used the same chassis were built.
Good precision, does a lot of damage. The only drawback is a bit of ammunition. Solid mobility. This artillery is good for open maps. This artillery has a slightly long period of aiming time. Good choice for solving some easy missions.
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*Numbers are total experience points earned in a battle.