I review the Sheridan, a tier 10 American light tank in World of Tanks (WoT), with a replay of a Mountain Pass battle.
The Sheridan is the 4th of the 5 tier 10 light tanks that I’ve played, and IMO it’s the weakest. The Sheridan is very unforgiving of mistakes.
I talk about how to win despite an extremely poor deployment and how to create your own bushes (soft cover) by knocking over trees. And I demonstrate the power of 1SA (1st Shot Advantage).
Strengths and Weaknesses
+ Superb gun depression (-10)
+ Superb view range (420)
+ Excellent alpha (390)
+ Relative to tier 10 lights, good DPM (2543 base)
– Huge profile
– Paper-thin armor, highly vulnerable to HE
– Relatively poor camouflage
– Low top speed (65)
– Despite size, very lightweight and therefore vulnerable to ramming
– As with all tier 10 lights, suffers from high penetration loss over distance
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