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Fritz Soldat

Looks a lot like a US Army M3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.

Eric Otness
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Eric Otness

Must admit, I didn’t expect you to actually make a render of any human characters, let alone Scout Troopers.

And I take it that the round cylindrical object at the back is a fuel canister? Yes, I’ve seen too much instances of Peace Walker with fuel drum canisters on the back of tanks.

StormCommando
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It looks as if it could be a shield generator/projector, like the big thing I presume is the shield gen/proj on the Praetor.

mrdmiller
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mrdmiller

holy crap that thing is huge

Rep
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Rep

Is there a reason for it being so large? The troop complement alone doesn’t seem to justify it’s size. Does the reactor require that much volume?

Matt
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Matt

Main battle tanks and IFV’s have pretty much reached their maximum size because even if you threw out the absurd fuel usage to power them, they simply are as big and heavy as they can get to use modern roads. Even now, tanks and IFV’s sliding off the sides of roads into ditches, road side canals, etc are a real threat to modern armor. Insurgents understand this and use it to their advantage. No need to mine to booby trap the shoulders of the road if you know the IFV rumbling down the street will be forced to go right… Read more »

daib
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daib

Hence, the Scythe.

If you get any larger than that, you’re essentially talking about a low-flying corvette.

JAMESMCGR
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JAMESMCGR

What is the round deal on the front? Sensor?

matt
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matt

A worthy heir to Star War’s obsession with oversized troop transports. There’s pretty much a new one every movie.