Just two nations, vehicles stuck to the ground, the first Maus and IS-7 tanks—these were the first steps of the game. The idea of abandoning an elven MMO in favor of steel beasts gave birth to one of the most important video games in the modern industry.
Relive the early days of World of Tanks Random Battles as part of our 10th Anniversary activities!
Complete new missions, earn Anniversary Coins, and get cool customizations!
Expand your Garage with iconic vehicles with unique custom looks!
National voiceovers were included into the game while the American T30 heavy tank was transformed into a Tier IX tank destroyer. The first Assault and Encounter Battles were waged, and thanks to new game physics, tanks could get off the ground.
Roll out with a unique battle cry!
Complete engaging new missions to earn a bunch of Anniversary Coins.
This Act features new bundles with three iconic tanks and unique 2D styles.
The Third Act
Stronghold was finally introduced for clans. The game was divided into SD and HD versions. Demonic heavy tanks settled in a remote Japanese village.
Storm the battlefield in one of the most infamous vehicles in a special limited-time game mode!
Complete new missions and take your first chance to earn the exclusive 3D style for the T30.
New bundles with three formidable vehicles, gold, and other goodies are now available!
Fourth Act Is on Now
Back then, the process of reworking vehicles into HD became established, SPGs got the ability to stun enemies, and the game grew sufficient for 60 players to fight one another on a map in Grand Battles. Tank Company and the Waffenträger auf E 100 were removed.
Battle 7v7 and earn nostalgic customizations from the past!
Complete a fresh set of Anniversary Missions to earn a unique 3D style and amazing customisations!
Get your hands on three different legendary vehicles and other goodies.
A new graphics engine, new music, Frontline, Steel Hunter, Italian and Polish vehicles, double-barreled tanks, 3D styles, French wheeled tanks, map blacklist... Who knows what's on the horizon?
News for This Act to Be Published in the Early August