A T-34 in Berlin
|Appears in||Call of Duty|
Call of Duty: United Offensive
Call of Duty 2
Call of Duty: Finest Hour
Call of Duty: World at War
|Found in||Multiple levels|
|Used by||Red Army|
|Weapons||Primary: 1 x 85mm Main Gun
Secondary: 1 x Coaxial Gun
Call of Duty Edit
In the original Call of Duty, two missions of the Russian campaign involve the player commanding a T-34/85 Medium Tank (mentioned in the level's introduction letter) and engaging German armor through open country and a bombed-out town. The in-game tank also had a hull mounted machine gun that automatically fired whenever there was infantry in front of the tank.
The tank is tasked with destroying Panzer tanks. One well aimed hit to the turret will usually knock out an enemy tank.
Call of Duty: United Offensive Edit
In Call of Duty: United Offensive, the T-34 is the medium tank usable by the Russians. It has a cannon and a SG-43 machine gun on its top. There is room for two players in the tank; one being the driver and the other manning the SG-43. The cannon has good accuracy and can hit targets at medium range. It's a well balanced tank that, while not too fast, will easily knock out enemies. Just remember to time the shots correctly.
Call of Duty: Finest Hour Edit
In Call of Duty: Finest Hour the player commands a T-34/76 on four different levels. The turret of the tank features a machine gun. The aim on the T-34/76's gun is actually off by a few degrees, with the shell curving to the left of the crosshair, as seen at extremely long ranges.
Call of Duty 2 Edit
In Call of Duty 2, the T-34 can be seen briefly in the ending cinematic. Files for the T-34 can be found , but no model for it exists.
Call of Duty: World at War Edit
700 (SP), 300 (MP)
In Call of Duty: World at War, the T-34/85 is shown throughout the Russian campaign. The player controls it in the level "Blood and Iron" where the co-axial machine gun has been replaced by a flamethrower (thus making it a OT-34, or a flame tank). In the mission "Ring of Steel", the player can use the tank's machine gun. On certain multiplayer maps, the player can control T-34 tanks which can be manned by two people; one being the driver and the other being gunner for the mounted machine gun. The T-34 that the player controls during "Blood and Iron" is equipped with wire mesh stand-off screens to protect thinner side and top armor from HEAT warheads such as those fired by the German Panzerfaust. The T-34 also appears to be equipped with stand-off screens. However, the multiplayer T-34 uses an upgraded form of stand-off screen.
Call of Duty: World at War (DS)Edit
The T-34 appears in the mission "The fall" and is called in to shoot a hole into a wall so the Russian troops can advance. The T-34 also appears in many other missions as a support vehicle.