Developed from the Umikaze class. Unlike her predecessor, Isokaze had increased displacement and enhanced torpedo armament. The ship's artillery, though sufficiently powerful, had a low rate of fire which was typical of all Japanese destroyers.
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About 'Your Stats'
This feature is in Beta! As details get ironed out, please support development by providing feedback, identifying bugs, or suggesting additions. Use this form to submit anonymous feedback, or Discord Father Mundy#8990.
This section gives you insight into your gameplay. If you've connected your Wargaming account, your data will display in the Your Stats section for any ship you have played at least one game in.
Statistical analysis allows you to compare your performance in key metrics to other players. Your stats are charted against the average, and then assigned a rating depending on how far above or below the average you fall. Reference the following chart to see how ratings get assigned.
You'll also notice a WoWS Builds Rating in this section. This aggregate rating is calculated in a similar style to the wows-numbers personal rating. It take three parameters into account, with the following weights:
Damage – 60%
Win Rate – 25%
Average Frags - 15%
Depending on how far above or below you fall in each metric, your rating goes up or down. Refer to the following scale to understand the different categories and thresholds.