Object 140

The Object 140 is a Soviet tier 10 medium tank.

An experimental medium tank. Developed between 1953 and 1958 in Nizhny Tagil to replace the T-54. Two prototypes were built, but in 1958 the project was terminated in favor of the Object 430.

The Object 140 marks the end of its Soviet medium line.

Pros and Cons


Excellent accuracy, both on the move and stationary, very high damage per minute
Superb agility - has excellent terrain handling and loses very little speed while turning with good top speed
Very strong all-round turret armor and very well angled frontal hull armor (better effective armor than the T-62A)
Has a low profile which makes it harder to hit and means it has better camo rating
Better gun depression than both other Russian tier X mediums


Hull armor is still weak even when angled.
The right-side cupola remains a weakspot after the turret remodel
Commonly suffers module damage, especially fuel tanks. Ammo rack will get damaged almost every game.
Gun depression is still limited (though 20% better than the T-62A)
Low alpha damage


In comparison to its sister tanks, the Object 140 is the fastest, and gains an extra degree of turret depression - allowing it to make use of more terrain to hull down and minimizing exposure as it fires. It generally, more so than its predecessor, the T-54, relies on vision control and camo as opposed to armor to achieve its goals of dealing damage and scouting for the rest of the team. While the turret can take a beating frontally, it does have a weak cupola, making it somewhat less effective than a T-62A hull-down. For this reason, rather than the defining gameplay of the T-54, a medium with elements of a heavy's armor, the 140 is more of a pure medium, and although it is a very capable opponent, it doesn't have quite as much staying power.