|Class||Main Battle Tank|
|Armor||Front 15 / Side 9 / Rear 4 / Top 4|
|Road Speed||110 km/h|
|Fuel Capacity||1600 L|
|Main Gun||2A46M (125mm)|
Developed in 1986, it was the first prototype of what would later become the present-days PT-91 Twardy. Fitted with Polish-made ERAWA reactive armor, and equipped with a better fire control system system than the regular T-72s, it is the LWP "heavy" MBT.
In Wargame: AirLand Battle it is the highest tier tank that Poland is able to acquire, it is one of the best of the many variants of the T-72, with high frontal armor and one of the few tanks in the game with a top armor rating of 4, it is a well armored tank.
It has a powerful gun that with the KE stat, allows it to deal more damage the closer the target is, however at only 7 accuracy it NEEDS to be closer since many comparable tanks of price like the M1IP Abrams have higher accuracy (though noticeably less damage in the case of the M1IP), and some like the AMX-32 have the same damage for far higher accuracy.
- ↑ [EUG]MadMat (Thursday 28, 2013). Unit of the Day (WAB version). Eugen Systems. “So, the unit of the day was indeed the Polish T-72 Wilk. Developed in 1986, it was the first prototype of what would later become the present-days PT-91 Twardy. Fitted with Polish-made ERAWA reactive armor, and equiped with a better fire control system system than the regular T-72s, it is the LWP "heavy" MBT.”