The M3A3 model of the Bradley uses enhanced information and communication equipment, a central processing unit, and information displays for the vehicle commander and squad leader. The M3A3 is compatible with the inter-vehicular communication system of the M1A2 Abrams tank and AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopter. The commander has an independent thermal sight and a new integrated sight unit called the Improved Bradley Acquisition System (IBAS), which allows automatic gun adjustments, automatic bore sighting, and tracking of dual targets. The roof is reinforced with titanium armor. Many M3A3s were converted from M3A2s. The Bradley Urban Survival Kit (BUSK) is an upgrade similar to the M1 Abrams TUSK kit. It decreases the vulnerability of Bradleys in urban threat environments. The kit includes a more powerful spotlight, a wire mesh protector to keep the optics from getting scratched, and nonconductive arched strips of nylon that push away fallen electrical wires (power line protection) that would endanger crews, additional armor on the underside, and a bullet-resistant transparent shield for the commander outside the turret.
To sum it all up, this tank is a beast. Now, when the update comes out with the T-15 Armata, there wont be a lot of IFVs to face it except for maybe the Puma. If this were added, it should either branch off of the existing Bradley in the game or it could come after the M1128 Stryker. The level of this tank would be significantly high, considering that it has armor similar to the TUSK's. The damage should be more than the Puma or BTR and have a balanced out amount of health and armor. The BUSK would have the ability of using mines and ATGMs. To counter enemy ATGMs, the BUSK should have an APS (Active Protection System). The tank would slightly better mobility just like the M1A2 and the TUSK in game. The levels for this tank should pick up where the regular bradley left of. Stock level should be 45-47 and maxed should be 62-66.
Please tell me what you think of this proposal.