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The 2S25 Sprut-SD is a Russian self-propelled tank destroyer that is amphibious and can also be airdropped. It's powerful main gun grants it to have as much firepower as an MBT. In the early 1990's, the Volgograd tractor plant created a new self-propelled tank destroyer based on a modified prototype light tank classified as Object 934. The plant was also the designer and manufacturer of the BMD-1, BMD-2, BMD-3, and latest BMD-4 airborne combat vehicles that are used by the Russian Air Assault Divisions. After the completion of modifying the chassis, it received the index "Object 952". The turret piece of the machinery was developed in the Yekaterinburg artillery plant number 9. In mid-2001, it was stated that the Volgograd tractor plant had been working on the 2S25 for about seven years. As far as it is known, production of the 2S25 self-propelled anti-tank gun is still being carried out at the Volgograd tractor plant. One of its first trials took place May 8, 2001 on the "Prudboy" tank firing range located North Caucasian military district for the representatives of the power ministries of Russia and foreign military and diplomatic corps from fourteen other countries of Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and South America. The Sprut-SD is based on the chassis of the BMD-3, and its most noticeable difference are the new turret, gun, and fire control systems, as well as the addition of two wheels in each side of the vehicle. It possesses hydropneumatic suspension, which provides both smoothness while driving and dampens the recoil of the main gun. It features a 510 horsepower engine, which allows it to reach speeds of 71 km/h on even terrain, and up to 40-50 km/h off-road. Its armor consists of welded aluminum with a composite skin to keep the weight low.


The Sprut-SD focuses mainly on firepower, having a maxed damage of 560 coupled with a 2.4 second reload time. Its maxed speed is very competitive, reaching 59.8, which makes it a great flag runner. That is, however, in case it doesn't get hit for it has only 55 armor. Although, its health pool is an excellent asset for its level, reaching 1001. Though the agility isn't remarkable, it is still a great strategy to circle enemies while dealing great damage to them so that they cannot deal damage back. As the damage is high, weak-armored or low-health vehicles are quite good targets. Using the speed to circle around the opponent, and making it more difficult for the enemy to hit this thinly armored vehicle.

Pros and Cons


  • High health pool
  • Very powerful gun, amazing DPM
  • Excellent penetration values, respectable accuracy
  • Very fast speed


  • Absolutely terrible armor with no spaced armor either, very vulnerable to high explosive
  • Absymal gun depression, some of the worst in the game
  • Agility is lacking, so speed can't be taken advantage of to its fullest extent


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USA M26 Pershing - M41 Walker Bulldog - M42 Duster - M44 - M48 Patton - M56 Scorpion - T92 Light - T95E6 Medium - M50 Ontos - M60 Patton - MBT-70 - M103 - M109 Paladin - M551 Sheridan - M1 Abrams - M1A2 Abrams Tusk II - M2 Bradley - M270 MLRS - M8 AGS - Stingray - M1128 Stryker MGS
Germany Spahpanzer SP I.C. - Kanonenjagdpanzer - Flakpanzer Gepard - Marder 1A1 - Puma IFV - Raketenjagdpanzer 2 - VT 1 - Leopard 1 - Leopard 2 - PzH 2000
United Kingdom FV101 Scorpion - FV102 Striker - Centurion - FV214 Conqueror - Challenger 1 - Challenger 2 - FV4201 Chieftain - FV4101 Charioteer - FV510 Warrior IFV
France AMX-13 - AMX-30 - AMX-32 - AMX-40 - AMX-56 Leclerc - ARL-44 - AMX-10RC - AMX-13 F3 AM - AMX-50B - ERC 90 Sagaie
Italy C1 Ariete
Poland PL-01 Concept
Sweden Ikv 91 - Strv 74 - CV 90120t - Strv 103
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USSR ZSU-23-4 Shilka - PT-76 - ASU-85 - SU-152 Taran - BMP-3 - BRM-1K - IS-3 - IS-4 - T-10 - Object 279 - T-54 - T-62 - T-64 - T-72 - T-80 - TOS-1 Buratino - 2S1 Gvozdika - 2S14 Zhalo-S (BTR-70)  - 2S23 Nona-SVK - 2S3 Akatsiya - 2S31 Vena - 9P139 Grad-1 - ASU-57 - IS-7 - IT-1 - ZSU-57-2 Sparka - Object 490A
Russia 2S25 Sprut-SD - BMPT Terminator - T-90 - T-90MS - Object 640 Black Eagle - 2S19 Msta-S - T-14 Armata (Object 148)
Ukraine T-84 BM Oplot - BTR-4 Bucephalus
Romania TR-85 Bizonul
China Type 59 - Type 62 - Type 69-II - Type 79 - Type 83 - Type 83 MLRS - Type 85 - Jaguar MBT - PTZ-89 - Type 99 - PLZ-05
Japan Type 60 - Type 61 - Type 74 - Type 74 ACS - Type 89 IFV - Type 90 Kyu-maru - Type 10 Hitomaru
Israel Sherman M-51 - Magach - Merkava - Pereh Missile Carrier
South Korea K1 88 - K2 Black Panther - K9 Thunder
North Korea Type 82 (PT-85 Sinhung)
India Arjun
Iran Zulfiqar
Pakistan Al-Khalid (MBT-2000)
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Nazi Germany Panzer II - Panzer III - Panzer IV - Panther - Tiger I - Tiger II - Maus
Soviet Union BT-2 - BT-7 - T-28 - KV-1 - T-34/85 - IS
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NATO A-10 Warthog - A4M Skyhawk - Bell AH-1 Cobra - F4 Phantom II - UH-1C Hog
Warsaw Pact Mi-24 Hind - Mi-8 Hip - Sukhoi Su-7 - Sukhoi Su-17 - Sukhoi Su-25
Unreleased Vehicles

Germany: Leopard 2A7+

United Kingdom: Challenger 2 TES

Sweden: Grkpbv 90120

Warsaw Pact


Russia: T-15 Armata (Object 149)


Israel: MAR-290 Eshel ha-Yarden MLRS

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