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  1. Commanders! We expect a lot of memes from this special, but please stay with us on this one. Whether they travel on tracks or on wheels, when it comes to light vehicles, you’ve got to trust the French expertise. Let it guide you during this new special from October 12 at 07:00 CEST through October 15 at 07:00 CEST (UTC+2). It features great discounts on French wheeled vehicles and crews from every nation, as well as rewarding missions to boost your tankmen and women. Discounts 30% DISCOUNT On Tier VI and VII regular wheeled vehicles 15% DISCOUNT On Tier VIII to X regular wheeled vehicles 50% DISCOUNT On crew (re)training 50% DISCOUNT On skill reset 25% DISCOUNT On crew specialisation change Missions Boost your Crew Rewards x2 Crew XP for the battle Objectives Win a battle Place in the top 10 of your team by base XP earned Restrictions Repeatable Only with Tier IV-X vehicles Only in random battles Starts once the first win multiplier has been used up Power on Wheels Rewards 1 garage slot Objectives Win 15 battles A battle counts towards the progress if you’re in the top 10 of your team by base XP earned Restrictions Only in random battles Only aboard wheeled vehicles Once per account View the full article
  2. When Update 1.4.1 was rolled out, players were credited three (3) Crew Skins when they were introduced with Random Rewards. Since then, however, players have probably earned more Skins. For those keeping track, here’s a list of Crew Skins available via large Random Drops. How many do you have? How Do I Get & Use Crew Skins? Random Rewards drop with a certain probability when playing Tier V-X vehicles and are awarded for strong battle performance. The more effective your actions and the higher you rank for XP earned, the more likely you are to get a Random Reward. If you didn’t receive a Reward after a battle, don’t fret: chances of getting one in the next battle increases. Types of Crew Skins: Historical Rare Crew Skins: Have restrictions based on the nation and some of the Crew member specializations. Historical Common Crew Skins: Can take the place of most Crew members without specialization restriction. Non-historical Crew Skins: Can take the place of most Crew members without specialization or nation restrictions. Note: Crew Skins cannot be used for special Crew members like Gianluigi Buffon, Sabaton members, Twitch Care Package Commanders, and others. You can apply each Crew Skin to only one Crew member. You must have to remove it if you want to use it for another Crew member. Applying and removing Crew Skins costs nothing and any unused Crew Skins are kept in your Personal File. You can get more than one of the same Crew Skin. To apply Crew Skins, go into the Personal File of a Crew member, click on the “Crew Skins” tab, and manually select the desired Skin. Crew Skins from Large Random Drops: Historical Rare Crew Skins Vasily Chapayev | Restrictions: Male; U.S.S.R. Fought in the First World War as a division commander of the Red Army. He became popular in Russia at that time thanks to the novel Chapaev by Dmitry Furmanov. He still frequently appears in movies and anecdotes. Charles de Gaulle | Restrictions: Commander; Male; France A French army general and statesman who led the French Resistance in World War II and later became the President of France. De Gaulle resisted the very idea of surrendering France to the foe and fought hard to put an end to the occupation. Švejk Josef | Restrictions: Male; Czechoslovakia “Not every man can have wisdom. Stupid people have to exist too, because if everyone were wise then there would be so much good sense in the world that every other person would be driven crazy by it.” Mikhail Katukov | Restrictions: Commander; Male; U.S.S.R. Marshal of Armored Troops, twice awarded the title of the Hero of the Soviet Union. His troops played critical role in the Battle of Moscow, the Battle of Kursk, the Battle of Berlin, as well as other significant battles during World War II. George Patton | Restrictions: Commander; Male; U.S.A. One of the most influential generals during World War II. He commanded the U.S. troops in the Mediterranean, during the Allied attacks on Sicily and in Normandy. As a tough military leader, he required strict discipline from his soldiers. Pavel Rybalko | Restrictions: Commander; Male; U.S.S.R. A Soviet commander of the tank and combined arms troops, twice Hero of the Soviet Union. He participated in many military operations, including the Battle of Kharkov, the Battle of Kursk, and the Battle of Berlin. Historical Common Crew Skins 1 Wilhelm Berghoff | Restrictions: Male; Germany An old-school German officer, experienced and well-trained. Irreproachable in carrying out his line of duty. Of Nordic character, self-possessed. Single. No discrediting liaisons. Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz | Restrictions: Male; Poland He graduated from the Polish Artillery School in Chrząszczyżewoszyce (powiat Łękołody) and started service in the armored corps just by random luck. Audrey Dupont | Restrictions: Female; France Born in Marseille, Audrey joined the French Resistance and was assigned to the tank forces when France was invaded. She wears an axe for close combat that can discourage any enemy from acting up. Christophe Lamber | Restrictions: Male; France Commanded one of the Saint-Chamond tanks during World War I. In one of battles, the enemy artillery damaged his vehicle. Lamber ordered the crew to evacuate, but refused to abandon the tank himself saying, “There can be only one.” Alessandro Lotti | Restrictions: Male; Italy He had a very strict and ascetic upbringing. Since childhood, he lived in the atmosphere of ultimate discipline, which is why he fitted well in the army. He is efficient, hard-working, and reliable. A true comrade. Gabriel Lyman | Restrictions: Male; U.S.A. A successful jazz musician and a saxophone god. He once bet he would give up everything to become a soldier…and that’s exactly what happened. He waits for the end of the war to claim his reward and continue his career in showbiz. Oliver Murdoc | Restrictions: Male; U.S.A. We don’t know a lot about his past, but there’s definitely a dark story he wants to forget — that is why he joined the armored forces. Well, we should respect his privacy. He does his share, so let him be. Historical Common Crew Skins 2 Chester O’Brien | Restrictions: Male; U.K. A British engineer sent to Australia to consult the local specialists on manufacturing the Sentinel tanks. When the tank production had been stopped, he came to anchor in Brisbane. Björn Ragnarsson | Restrictions: Male; Sweden A true Northman: hardened, persistent, and committed. He dreamed about getting to the Swedish Navy, because of his genuine attachment to sea adventures (especially around the British shores). Emran Shankar | Restrictions: Male; U.K. He dedicated all his life to soldiery and made tremendous progress. The U.K. opened him the way to fulfilling his military potential, and he was even awarded the Order of British India of the second class. Oksana Shevchenko | Restrictions: Female; U.S.S.R. Born into a family of a seasoned military officer, she decided to follow in his footsteps. Do not be misled by her cute face — she is a real soldier who knows her duty very well. Hideo Tanaka | Restrictions: Male; Japan He knows the principles of Bushido and follows its rules and regulations rigorously. Though his reasonable obsession was rather strange to his comrades, they are unanimous that he is the most honest and reliable soldier. Tzinedi Tzidane | Restrictions: Male; China Before recruitment, he had been a professional footballer, so he’s well-disciplined and has a lot of stamina. A real team player. Konrad Wittmayer | Restrictions: Male; Germany He is a reticent and grim fighter; however, he knows his duty well and shows top efficiency on the battlefield. His comrades have a wholesome respect for him and say they shudder to imagine what inhuman thoughts lie behind that mask. Non-historical Common Crew Skins Arengee Penetrael | Restrictions: Without restrictions The alpha and the omega that decides the fate of your shells. You’d better treat them with some respect, and perhaps your next shot will be more successful. Hellu Van Oob | Restrictions: Male He knows the specifics of all vehicles and maps. He has learned the game mechanics perfectly. A talented strategist and excellent tactician. Well, that’s when he says anyway. Kannot Gitgud | Restrictions: Male Once a celebrity, he gained considerable tank-handling expertise. Now retired, he puts all his knowledge into practice. Toma Teu | Restrictions: Without restrictions Always the first one to move out and jump into action, because he hates having to catch up. Uni Corn | Restrictions: Without restrictions Do you see what I see? What exactly have we been eating today? 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  3. Click to view slideshow. Here are the 3 racing cars for the WoT Race mode and the free American Car style. “American car” – A unique all-season style, issued for participation in the event “Big Race”. This style will be defaulted on all 3 racing tanks. • Chaffee Sport • T-50 Sport • Leopard Sport However, it can be also obtained as a reward. For 1400 points in races (this is the penultimate reward in personal progress). Unhistorical, tech. the price is 750 gold. (not for sale). Only for vehicles of level 8, 9 and 10. View the full article
  4. With the Tank Festival having already begun (us non-RU server plebs will get the event tomorrow August 7th), players will be introduced to a new event currency called tickets. Earning those will allow you to purchase exclusive rewards and other goodies like dogtags. How to get tickets: Completing daily missions Frontlines: Frontlines episode 7 in August: from August 19 to August 26. Frontlines episode 8 in September: from September 16 to September 23. • 1 ticket for each level of the Front Line from the 15th to the 29th (total: 15 tickets). • 5 tickets for the 30th level of the Front Line. • For 1 one-time increase in valor (level 30), they will give 4 components of a token for the Front Line. Czech Holidays event (August 9th) Steel Hunter (Battle Royale) [End of August] Tank Races 2019 (September 23) View the full article
  5. On July 25, an exciting new PvE game mode will be available in World of Tanks: Homefront. Battle in teams of five to defend the Eastern or Western Front and fight off armies of enemies who will attack your land in increasingly powerful waves. Engage in the fiercest of battles, prevent enemies from breaking through the last line of defense, and earn unique styles, improved equipment, and other rewards! HOMEFRONT 25 July 2019 – 5 August 2019 General Overview Battles take place on both the Eastern and Western Fronts. On each of them, you can join one of three Divisions. The Eastern Front (Soviets) The Ironsides The Crimson Mongrels The Beast Slayers The Western Front (Brits and Americans) The Spearhead Brigade The Rolling Saints The Lucky Second Each Division has its own unique history and a number of available vehicles. When playing in a Division, various abilities, both active and passive, are available. Battle side by side with random allies or in a Platoon of five to stop the onslaught of enemy bots attacking in waves that get stronger with every passing minute. Don’t let them break through your last line of defense, or they’ll start dealing damage to your base. Despite the fact we’re launching a PvE event, you will still need solid game skills and great diligence to successfully resist the attacks of the AI enemies. It’s not some sort of picnic; you’re going to get quite a workout on the battlefield. However, the rewards are worth the metaphorical “blood, sweat and tears”, so gather your friends in a winning Platoon, summon your will and push for victory! You will need to defend the base for 10-15 minutes, depending on your current level. The intensity and mood of the game’s dynamic soundtrack will vary depending on what’s happening on the battlefield, and the number of enemy waves and your base’s durability points will be displayed at the top of the screen. When your base runs out of durability points, your Homefront will be captured and the battle will be lost. Abilities Each division will have its own set of abilities that will help to quickly deal with enemies. For example: Airstrike Low-level Air Attack Artillery Strike Etc. Use them to resist enemy attacks effectively! Progression System & Rewards Choose your division and click “Battle” to start a game. Once you have entered the battle, you can pick a tank of your choice. More than 10 vehicles are available for each Front. The level of your Division will increase from one to three as you deal damage to enemy vehicles. As you boost your Division level, your Front will also grow. You get progression points for defeating waves of enemies: the more attacks (waves) you repel, the more points you earn. The set of available tanks and their abilities at the first to the third Division level varies. The higher your Division level, the more powerful tanks you can choose and the number of their abilities increase. When you’ve earned enough points and your Division reaches level two, you will be awarded with Directives and a unique camo for Soviet, British, or American vehicles, depending on your chosen Division. Achieving the third and highest level of your Division rewards you with Equipment. But when your Division reaches its maximum level, the expansion of the Front doesn’t end. You need to continue boosting it until the end to get the most valuable rewards of the event – an Innovative Loading System (for players on the Western Front) or a Stabilizing Equipment System (for players on the Eastern Front). You can earn them both by playing for each of the Fronts. To get your hands on these rewards, you need to reach the maximum level of all three Divisions of your Front. You have the opportunity to speed up your progress and get valuable bond equipment faster by purchasing special bundles. They contain additional bonuses, including days of Premium Account, XP and Credit boosters, etc. Thanks to these extras, you can boost your Front faster and shorten the way to your well-deserved rewards. If your tank is destroyed, you can choose another one and roll out to battle again. Play until your Division’s available vehicles run out! A line is forming! There are many players queuing up to protect their Homefront, so you may have to wait up to 5-10 minutes to get into the battle. The waiting time will depend on the current queue and may differ from the specified values. Players with low-spec CPUs and graphics cards may experience some performance issues when running Homefront. To avoid them and play with maximum comfort, change the graphics settings in your game client in accordance with the capabilities of your CPU and graphics card. Earning Fuel Battles on the Homefront will consume a special resource known as Fuel. Every day, your vault will be filled with 2 cans of Fuel . You also get 2 cans of Fuel for upgrading the 2nd level of your Division and 4 cans of Fuel for reaching the 3rd level. In addition, you can receive additional cans by completing daily battle missions available in the mode. The daily number of cans of Fuel is limited, as well as the number of battles in which you can engage. Use Fuel wisely to succeed on the battlefield and boost your Division! Watch Out for Your Command Vehicles! Some waves of enemies will be fairly easy to repel. But during other waves, you may face overpowered tanks, and you’ll have to push yourself to the limit to destroy them. These vehicles will be marked with a skull, so keep your eyes peeled! If one of these tanks crosses the line of your base, its durability will instantly drop to zero, and the battle will be lost. Resupply Points In the heat of battle, don’t forget that you have a limited number of shells. You can replenish ammunition at special resupply points on the map. By picking up shells, you top up your entire team’s ammunition. View the full article
  6. Commanders! From 4 June at 07:00 CEST to 11 June at 07:00 CEST (UTC+2), play hard, and hit hard! This new special is all about battle prowess and consistency, so jump right into the battlefield and show us you deserve these cool rewards, including a big chunk of XP. Hit Them Hard Missions Hit Them Hard #1 Hit Them Hard #2 Hit Them Hard #3 Hit Them Hard #1 Rewards 2 Personal Reserves: +200% Crew XP for 2 hours 1 token for the Hit Them Hard #2 mission Objectives Earn 30,000 XP over any amount of battles Restrictions Only in Random Battles Only in Tier IV to X vehicles Once per account Hit Them Hard #2 Rewards 2 Personal Reserves: +200% Free XP for 2 hours 2 Large Repair Kits 2 Large First Aid Kits 2 Automatic Fire Extinguishers 1 token for the Hit Them Hard #3 mission Objectives Play 20 battles A battle counts towards the progress if you’re in the top 10 of your team by base XP earned Restrictions Only in Random Battles Only in Tier IV to X vehicles Once per account You must have the token from the “Hit Them Hard #1” mission Hit Them Hard #3 Rewards 2 Personal Reserves: +50% XP for 2 hours 10,000 1 Garage Slot Objectives Play 5 battles A battle counts towards the progress if you’re in the top 5 damage dealers of your team Restrictions Only in Random Battles Only in Tier IV to X vehicles Once per account You must have the token from the “Hit Them Hard #2” mission View the full article
  7. Let’s take another look at these active wheeled scouts! We’ll give you more details about each vehicle in the new branch, as well as some useful gameplay tips that will allow you to play more effectively. New Branch, New Mechanics Our dev team spent a long time discussing which vehicles should be included in the new wheeled branch. As a result, we opted for six wheeled vehicles of which five can be researched from Tier VI to X, and one is Premium. All of them have historical origins, and only the Tier X vehicle was slightly changed from its historical counterpart.NOTE: Wheeled vehicles differ from “regular” tanks due to their new unique mechanics: the lock-on feature, two driving modes. These mechanics are added with each Tier gradually as you research new vehicles. As their Tier rises, the difference in maneuvering and speed between the two available modes, Default and Drive, also increases The AMD Panhard 178В An entry-level wheeled tank that took part in battles during World War II. The AMD Panhard 178B is a transitional step from light tanks to wheeled vehicles. Its dynamics and maneuverability don’t differ much from most light tanks in our game. However, with this vehicle you will encounter the first unique mechanic of the entire sub-branch, the lock-on feature. It allows you to automatically aim at enemy vehicles just by simply right-clicking close to the target. The Hotchkiss EBR This wheeled tank is armed like a regular light tank and has two more wheels compared to the AMD Panhard 178В. If one wheel is damaged, the Hotchkiss EBR will keep on moving. Not as fast, but you need to deal considerable damage to its suspension to make it finally stop. The AML Lynx 6×6 A serious adversary on the battlefield. It has another unique feature – fast switching between the two driving modes, Drive and Default. Drive allows you to reach speeds of up to 80 km/h and is best suited if you need to cross an area of open space as quickly as possible. On the other hand, such a high speed affects handling and increases the risk of a crash, especially when playing in urban environments. Default mode will allow for better maneuverability, which will be useful in tight spaces and roads. When activated, the maximum speed of your wheeled vehicle is 58 km/h. The Panhard EBR 90 (mle. 64) This wheeled vehicle boasts excellent movement, and its maximum speed reaches 85 km/h. The Panhard EBR 90 (mle. 64) can drive forward and backwards at the same speed. It’s in this vehicle that you can most fully feel the difference between the two speed modes. An accurate 90-mm gun serves as a good complement to its high maneuverability. Panhard EBR 105 Historical armored cars of this modification didn’t have a 105-mm gun, so we had to rework the suspension and turret to make it possible. The Panhard EBR 105 will have the highest speed among all the vehicles ever introduced in World of Tanks – 95 km/h! Also this wheeled tank has the biggest speed difference between the two modes. Its fast-firing 105-mm gun has a high Alpha damage (390 points) and is a real menace to all adversaries. Gameplay Tips To make it easier for you to master wheeled vehicles, we’ve prepared some useful tips that will allow you to play more effectively. One of the most important features of wheeled vehicles is their record high speeds (up to 95 km/h), unavailable to other tanks in our game. Thanks to such high speeds, wheeled tanks can travel long distances in a short time, unexpectedly rush into the enemy camp and serve as active scouts. Many wheeled vehicles can move backward at the same speed as forward. For those vehicles that don’t have that capability, the speed of moving back is still pretty high. If one or two of the eight wheels are damaged and you’re moving when they are struck, it’s better to keep driving so that you do not have to accelerate with reduced dynamics. Wheeled vehicles cannot turn around on one of their tracks, like regular tanks. If you encounter an obstacle, you cannot simply turn to the side: you will first have to roll back, and then again forward and to the side, trying to go around the obstacle. To switch modes of movement, use the “X” key, if you’re using the default layout. Switching modes can be performed both when stationary and while moving. Speed and maneuverability of wheeled vehicles allow you to make spectacular jumps. In case of landing on the suspension (wheels), the wheeled vehicles take less damage compared to tracked vehicles. High camo values allow you to get that bit closer to the enemy than other vehicles, while remaining unspotted. Good gun stabilization and the lock-on feature let you fire effectively on the move, without the need to aim precisely. Sometimes high armor penetration with high explosive shells will allow you to cause more damage to lightly armored adversaries. We‘ve put a lot of effort to adjust the characteristics of wheeled tanks, making them truly attractive and effective on the battlefield. Now it’s your turn – play, use new tactics and win! Take wheeled vehicles for a ride and share your impressions! View the full article
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