Cool. The article is an interesting read but quite a bit of wonky Russian terminology that doesn't fit the USN, but this is par for the course and understandable. Obviously a lot of work and good thought went into this ship, and as I stated before I had no doubt the ship would "work" from a springsharp/naval engineering perspective.
The article does admit to some laziness on WG's part when creating the "hulls" for this ship. I notice it especially when they mention the original intent to retain the boats on hull A, but remove them on hull B, and how they ended up not bothering (essentially the only change between A and B is the addition of fire control radar). They mention the presence of floats -- but floater nets in bins are generally not seen on USN ships in any number until mid 1942. The neat and tidy bins are a decidedly mid to late war flavor. The boat complement would not have lasted past 1942, though I guess this is reasonable if hull B is meant to be "1942". Naturally no month is given. The foremast platform with SA air search mattress is decidedly anachronistic for 1940, and questionable for 1942. The use of SA is interesting, though not without precedent (some of the Cleveland class units had this radar if more powerful sets were not available when refitting).
It's a fun ship in the game. 99% of people who play it have no idea what I'm even talking about.