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HUNTER AFV
HUNTER AFV
Details
Tier / Class:
9 AFV
Nation:
Singapore
Dealer:
N/A
Cost:
N/A
Stats - Stock (Renowned)
Damage:
30
Penetration:
120 mm
DPM:
13,483
Reload time:
0.3 s
Hit Points:
2300
Hull F/S/R:
145 mm (vs AP) / 160 mm (vs HEAT)
Hull composition:
Steel
Turret F/S/R:
55 mm (vs Everything)
Turret composition:
Steel
Max Speed:
72 km/h
Acceleration 0-32kph:
3.7 s
Vehicle Mass:
29,000 kg
Hull Traverse:
43.96 °/s
Camouflage:
22 % / 27 % / 27 %
Vision:
485 m
Cannon Depression:
-12.0° / 70.0 °
Accuracy (Spread):
0.097°
Aim time:
1.2 s
Turret Traverse Speed:
60.6 °/s

The Hunter AFV is a tier 9 premium armored fighting vehicle originating from Singapore. It can be obtained from the Enigma’s Legacy Battle Path campaign via Enigma loot crates.

Features[]

  • Subtle Movement : moving on a low speed doesn't reduce your camouflage factor.
  • Troop Compartment: allows you to repair your modules and capture objectives faster, and gives you access to mechanized infantry.
  • NERA: armored with next-gen ERA. Armor benefits degrade over damage sustained.
  • Unmanned Turret: turret receives reduced damage.

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History[]

Class: Infantry Fighting Vehicle

Developed: 2017-2018

Service: 2019+

Vehicles Built: 3

Operators: Singapore


The brand-new Hunter AFV was designed by ST Kinetics specifically for the defense of Singapore and to replace the aging M113 APCs in Singaporean service. The ability to swim was sacrificed in order to achieve sufficient protection (a NERA armor kit). It carries an unmanned Israeli Samson 30 turret by Rafael, armed with a 30mm Bushmaster Mk.44 Autocannon and two internal Spike-LR or Spike-LR2 ATGM launchers that are usually hidden in the turret and only appear when the vehicle is ready to fire. The true strength of this vehicle lies, however, in its integrated ARTEMIS Battlefield Management System that allows it to work as the ultimate infantry force multiplier. The Hunter is likely the most modern IFV in service. Mass production of this vehicle is scheduled to launch in 2020.

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