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Commanders! The final episode of the Frontline 2019 Season will start on November 18 at 06:00 CET and will be available until November 25 at 03:00 CET (UTC+1). This is your last chance in the Season to experience epic 30v30 battles and to win heaps of rewards and formidable reward tanks! The 10th episode of Frontline is about to begin. We sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed your time playing Frontline, and we’re already hard at work making great plans for the future of this mode. In the meantime, we’d like to remind you that you still have the opportunity to get your hands on the formidable vehicles available this Season. If you haven’t grabbed the reward tanks yet, now is the best time to jump back in and make the most of the final Frontline episode! Let’s look at each vehicle individually once again. The STA-2: A versatile Japanese medium tank. Thanks to its balance between mobility, firepower, and gun depression, the STA-2 is a capable support vehicle. The WZ-111: A Chinese heavy tank featuring high damage per shot, as well as good mobility and decent armor. Effective both against heavy and medium tanks. The Emil 1951: The first ever Swedish Tier VIII Premium heavy tank with an autoloader, boasting decent frontal armor and good alpha damage with both standard and special rounds. The AE Phase I: A unique Tier IX American heavy tank featuring four segmented tracks and a built-in Large Repair Kit consumable. It has a solid, bouncy turret and boasts an accurate gun with good vertical gun angles and penetration values. These armored warriors are worth sweating over, so don’t miss this last chance to earn them for your tank collection! Exchange Prestige Points for Gold and Bonds After completing the Season, you’ll be able to exchange your remaining Prestige Points for rewards, regardless of whether you have enough to purchase a reward tank or not. The exchange rate will be as follows: 1 Prestige Point = 300 Gold and 100 Bonds You can exchange your Prestige Points in the tank selection window of the Frontline interface. Check it out: The opportunity to exchange Prestige Points will be available immediately after Episode 10 is over, starting from November 25, 2019 (02:05 UTC), and lasting until December 10, 2019 (02:00 UTC). If you don’t exchange them before the deadline, your Prestige Points will automatically be exchanged for Gold and Bonds. Use Your Rental Fund to Enlarge Your Tank Collection! If you spent Gold on rental vehicles this year, it was accumulated in a special fund. You can still use it as a discount when purchasing any of the 11 original rental tanks available in Frontline this Season. If you haven’t done that yet, now is the best time to enlarge your collection at a discounted rate! If you don’t use your fund before December 10, 2019 (02:00 UTC), it will disappear. Compensation for Personal Reserves for Frontline If you still have Personal Reserves at the end of the 2019 Season, we’ll compensate you the full cost of those purchased for gold. Compensation will happen automatically on November 25, 2019 (02:05 UTC). For example, if you have 10 Reserves left, and 5 of them were purchased for gold, then we will refund the full cost of 5 Reserves at the end of the Season. All unused free Reserves will disappear. If you have both purchased and free Reserves in your vault, and you used both of them during the Season, then we consider that you have spent the free ones first. For example, if you had five purchased and five free Reserves, and you spent five of them, then we will assume that you only used the free ones. So we’ll refund the full cost of five Reserves. See You All Next Frontline Season! On behalf of the whole Frontline team, we’d like to express our deep and sincere appreciation to every one of you. We tried hard to surprise in the most epic mode in World of Tanks, and we’ll be waiting for you in the revamped Frontline next year, with even more rewards and specials. We have several ideas on how to make this mode even more exciting and challenging, so stay tuned—we will share all relevant information with you as soon as we get it! We’d also like to inform you that Season 2019 will officially be closed on December 10, 2019 (02:00 UTC), when Frontline takes a break until next year. See you in Frontline 2020, and good luck on the battlefield! View the full article
Commanders! Our Tank Festival just introduced one last game mode and not the least: The Great Race is back! If you want to become the king of the track, follow the simple guidelines below and enjoy the sweet taste of victory. The Vehicles The best racers make one with their machines. Before anything else, you should take your time to get to know them and understand which vehicle is best suited for you: LEOPARD SPORT Top Speed: 120 km/h Acceleration: 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5s Handling: low Damage: 72 (6×12) Reload time: 5s HP: 1000 If speed is your thing, go for the Leopard Sport to reach the final line and its precious repairs in no time. You can burst fire but keep in mind that your reload time is pretty long! T-50 SPORT Top Speed: 100 km/h Acceleration: 0 to 100 km/h in 2s Handling: high Damage: 22 Reload time: 1.5s HP: 1000 Definitely the most forgiving vehicle of the three, the T-50 is manoeuvrable and easy to tame. It is heavier than its competitors but its stability and fast-firing gun can easily make up for its lack of top speed. CHAFFEE SPORT Top Speed: 110 km/h Acceleration: 0 to 100 km/h in 3s Handling: medium Damage: 40 Reload time: 3s HP: 1000 If you’re looking for balance, the Chaffee is the perfect compromise between speed and firepower, acceleration and handling. A true American tank, a Jack of all Trades, but also a Master of None. Best Tactics Now that you’ve picked a vehicle, here are some general tactics you can choose to apply while racing: The Hare and the Tortoise: in The Great Race, finishing first doesn’t mean you will automatically win. The sooner you arrive, the better your repairs will be. This generally means you will have a batter chance to win the final fight for victory, but you can also choose to join the pit later with a relatively undamaged vehicle. After all: “To win a race, the swiftness of a dart; availeth not without a timely start”! Watch your fire: locking on your targets with a right-click is easy, but landing your shots is actually harder than it seems. Only a small portion of the racing track allows you to make fire rain on your opponents, so save your shots for these smaller walls, or make sure to get some elevation by jumping from every ramp you can Hunt in packs: it’s pretty hard to destroy your opponents before the end of the race, but some team spirit could actually help you out. If you’re racing as a platoon, coordinate your attacks on the same racer and follow the point above to achieve better results Study the Track Any professional driver will tell you: there’s no better advice than studying the racing track. So just make sure to memorise it with these brilliant pictures, and remember, practice makes perfect. So race as much as you can to remember: Best firing positions – to maximise your damage to the enemy Where are the fuel cans – they don’t deal damage but will slow you down Ramps – to deal extra damage and record great replays View the full article