The V-84 Series Armored Vehicles takes on the visual form of the Romanian SAUR II APC, a relatively new vehicle developed by the Romanian government. The real SAUR II has several different weapons systems available, including a SAM turret, a cannon turret, a 20mm IFV turret, a remotely-operated turret, and no turret at all. Each one of these variants are used for the V-84, however the SAUR II cannon is replaced by the turret of the Romanian TR-85 main battle tank, instead.
The V-84 APC is designed as a troop transport, sacrificing armament for speed and mobility, and above all else, personnel capacity. This vehicle is typically used to get large numbers of Republican infantry to the battlefield quickly and are often seen behind tanks in Republican armored columns. The V-84 APC as available unarmed, or with a remotely-operated machine gun turret for self-defense and anti-infantry offense.
Both the unarmed and remotely-operated turret versions are known as the "V-84 APC" in the game.
The V-84/21 is the infantry combat vehicle version of the V-84 series of armored vehicles, opting to go for a heavier, more deadly 20mm cannon turret, equipped with a light 20mm cannon for use against light enemy targets, and three missile pods that can be fired at enemy armor or heavier helicopters. This vehicle is equipped with a wide array of weapons capable of facing a large spectrum of enemy resistance, and as such it is often used in a support role into territories where little intelligence is known about the enemy forces. Capable of carrying a limited amount of infantry, the V-84/21 can defeat most threats that are thrown at it with its cannon and missiles.
The V-84/5 is the main battle tank variant of the V-84 Series Armored Vehicles, and as such it is equipped with a heavy 100mm turret designed for tank combat. The turret is more than capable of destroying most vehicles in the game including light tanks with one direct hit, except for enemy main battle tanks of a similar type. It is also equipped with two machine guns, one coaxial to the main armament and a gunner-operated mount in the turret, both of which are designed for the tank to provide itself with either some anti-helicopter or anti-infantry support. In a pinch, it is also equipped with a whopping 20 smoke grenade dischargers, ten on each side, eight in the rear of the turret and twelve up front, which can be used to create a large smoke screen around the vehicle, suitable for either tactical withdrawal or perhaps even ambush tactics. In terms of power and technology, it is an impressive tank which is just shy of matching some obsolete United Volosian Republic imports such as the S&G Leopard or the Urga Phoenix.
An anti-aircraft variant of the V-84 series of armored vehicles, the V-84/26 trades all armament for a large anti-aircraft SAM turret designed for anti-air support duties. With its eight missile pods, four on each side, this vehicle can be used extensively to provide air cover to friendly armored columns and eliminate any airborne threats that may be encountered by the Republican forces. However, on the ground it is all but defenseless, unless the crew decide to aim their missiles downward at surface threats.