BATTLE PASS 2023: SEASON XI

Season XI of Battle Pass will be a hot topic this entire summer, from May 30 until September 5. There are new Core Vehicles, each with a flashy progressive style, as well as new heroes whose adventures take them to historical lands by a big warm sea. The loot list has been improved (see the full guide below), with Experimental Equipment among the Base Rewards, gold in the Improved Rewards, and adjusted bond yields. Also, the Collection is available from the start of the Season. Finally, expect an additional time-limited Chapter (coming around mid-Season) that includes a Premium tank among its rewards!

Complete Chapters in Any Order

Ian Harman
The son of an Australian Army officer who was rarely praised by his father, which made him a perfectionist in all things. While he is an outgoing person with many friends, he follows army regulations to the letter. He is a bit narcissistic, but he will never admit it to anyone—not even himself.
Colette Bugeaud
Colette grew up in the countryside and never tried to be ladylike. If she ever carries a handbag, it is only to conceal her Ruby pistol. She defies the rules and always speaks her mind, which is why she is still a lieutenant. But as long as she is in command of her crew, she does not seem to care.
Stefan Adaškevič
No glory or recognition needed—Stefan always performs missions with the utmost responsibility. He was forced to serve away from his fatherland, and recently, he lost his only friend on a mission that should have lasted eight hours. In moments of despair, he hums his favorite song about red poppies.
Additional Chapter
This additional time-limited Battle Pass Chapter is much like a standard one, but it has a Tier VIII Premium vehicle among its Base Rewards.
The mechanics of progressing through Season XI are well known to those who played in the previous Season. Activate any Chapter, switch to another if you want, and come back later to continue from where you stopped. Try to finish every Chapter to max out the progressive styles, unlock the experienced crew members, and turn your hard-earned Battle Pass Points into additional goodies. You can earn Battle Pass Points in Random Battles (playing in Tier VI–X vehicles), as well as in Onslaught, Frontline, and Steel Hunter: Reborn.

Obtain Unique Progressive Styles

 
Coastal Operations Equipment. Additional equipment helps when you land on unprepared coastlines. The suspension is protected from mud, and extended exhaust pipes and a metal baffle around the engine air intake reduce the chances that the engine will take too much water and malfunction.
 
Crew Belongings. Battle vehicles can sometimes become home for their crews, and it is the crew's personal belongings that give it its character and personality.
 
Mediterranean Ration. A hearty supply of provisions indicates that the crew is ready to operate autonomously and without being dependent on supply lines. The variety of rations is directly correlated to the broad geography of the crew's combat past. There are Sicilian oranges, a whole wheel of Parmigiano cheese, and rations saved for later.
 
Additional Armament. A Lakeman AA Mounting anti-aircraft turret near the hatch.
A BREN manual machine gun installed on pivoted and suspended anti-aircraft mountings.
The STEN submachine gun was the most mass-produced automatic weapon in the Commonwealth during World War II.
An Oerlikon 20 mm cannon automatic anti-aircraft gun.
 
Folding Boat. A folding boat from the Folding Boat Equipment. It was used both for transporting soldiers and cargo over water hazards and also as a pontoon base when building crossings.
 
Sound, Light, and Smoke Equipment. Mortars for putting up a protective smoke screen. A searchlight for making it easier to fight in the dark. Loudspeakers and an amplifier unit. Similar designs were often mounted on cars and tanks to psychologically influence the enemy.
 
Tank Engine Hydraulic Winch. Similar winches were installed on trucks, armored cars, and armored personnel carriers. It is difficult to say from which type of vehicle this very example was dismounted.
Hanmā for the Type 5 Heavy
"Hello, Dad. I hope you and Mom are doing well and don't miss me much. Things are looking up for me! I think I'll be promoted for the success of Operation Husky, just like you wanted. You should see the beast I command: a captured Japanese tank, as huge and reliable as a sledgehammer. Before our landing, our engineers reworked it so well, even you'd be surprised.
We're on the mainland now, moving north—though not too fast. But we'll get through it! We have no other choice. I've also made two friends: a bold French girl named Colette and a guy with a complicated fate named Stefan. They're great guys, but you might not say so at first glance.
In all other respects, things are the same. As they say, a front line is a front line.
Sincerely, your son Ian.
P.S. When we're done here, I'll bring you a captured Parabellum."
 
Free France! "We came for freedom. The enemy must know exactly who came to them."
A similar insignia was used by units of Free France, among other things, to mark captured materiel.
 
Landing Operations Boat. The U-shaped boat designed by engineer Pierre Debroutelle. Commercial production began after World War II. The first prototype was produced in 1946.
 
Additional Armament. Similar heavy flamethrowers were mounted on Sd.Kfz.251 armored personnel carriers and mechanized trailers. These particular trophy customizations appeared on the said self-propelled artillery vehicle at the personal request of Colette Bugeaud.
 
Crew Belongings. The Adrian M1915 steel helmets were used by Free France throughout the Italian campaign. The modern MAS-36 bolt-action rifle was produced even during the German occupation and until 1953. It was further developed into the MAS 36/51 semi-automatic rifle and into FR-F1 and FR-F2 sniper rifles.
 
Additional Equipment. A set of useful equipment. One cannot really imagine a true combat vehicle without such things.
 
Engine Transmission Compartment and Exhaust System Modifications. Armor shields protect the engine transmission compartment shutters from aircraft fire. In turn, extended exhaust pipes allow for landing on unprepared coastlines and passing through the surf without the risk of stalling or damaging the engine.
Églantier for the AMX 50 Foch B
"You probably think I became a commander while drinking coffee with croissants? You two have fewer combat missions under your belts than I do. Here, you know-it-all—take a closer look at this tank destroyer. You think I got this war trophy for my 'beaux yeux?' Yes, it looks very much like the French one, but it's a German design! Like the flamethrowers, which, you can be sure, will bring the heat during the first breakthrough. When you understand what makes the compressors work, then you'll be able to call yourself a tankman. But for now, don't take too much on yourselves, guys, and don't tell me who, when, and from where to attack. Je me casse."
 
Duplex Drive System. A mechanism that provides the tank with swimming capabilities. The folding water-proof screen, when unfolded, creates enough displacement to keep the vehicle afloat. There is also a propeller with a PTO system.
 
Engineer Equipment. Charges for detonating barriers and clearing passageways for infantry.
Anti-tank PIAT grenade launchers do not have jet stream backflash, allow for firing from tight quarters, and keep your position undisclosed when fired.
A BREN manual machine gun installed on pivoted and suspended anti-aircraft mountings.
 
Boat. Inflatable boats were widely used by all sides of the conflict during World War II. This one in particular was put in place as factory installed equipment at the beginning of the campaign, but it was never used.
 
Valuables and Memorabilia. A lancer regiment square-topped cap. Not the most likely element of decor for a tank built in the U.S.A. Stefan keeps it as a memento of his comrade in arms.
There is also a crate of soda, which they will finish off with Andrzej when he comes back. And he will definitely come back.
 
Additional Armament. A Browning M2 12.7 mm twin-barreled machine gun with a set of ammunition. It was widely used in the U.S. Air Force and Army during World War II, among other things, as an anti-aircraft gun. It is useful against enemy aircraft, and its tracer ammunition will be very effective during target indication.
Sworn Brother for the T57 Heavy Tank
"Do you remember, Yanka, how we volunteered for the Army? You signed up as Andrzej and didn't respond to this name for the first couple of days. I didn't think we'd be sent to the South—it's too far from home. Well, Africa's no resort, but we're not timid—we did it!
Looks to me we'll have a hard time in Italy, too, but who's going to ask us?
My only dream is to come back to my homeland and build a house when this is all over. A small one by the river. To live a normal life—although it seems it'll never be normal again… All right, everything will be fine. We'll take a steam bath, and that grandma will treat us to smalec. Be careful and come back soon, and I'll take care of that famed Duplex Drive system. The landing is serious business, so I'll be working here 'til morning."

Gather the Collection and Experience the Story

With the Collection available from the start, get into the thick of the highly atmospheric plot of Season XI straight away. Unlock its Elements by reaching certain Stage thresholds and get to know the heroes better. In addition to some juicy details, completing the Collection will grant you three extra Tokens and a special decal.

Colette Bugeaud crew member
Former Fury 2D style
Abbey decal
All Roads Lead to Rome medal
Hanmā progressive style for the Type 5 Heavy (Level IV)
Amphitheater decal
Stefan Adaškevič crew member
Fragment of Memory 2D style
Églantier progressive style for the AMX 50 Foch B (Level IV)
Sworn Brother progressive style for the T57 Heavy Tank (Level IV)
Sea of Grief 2D style
Ian Harman crew member
Bell Tower decal

Receive Base and Improved Rewards

The places our heroes are heading to are famous for their riches. Check out the Season XI loot!
 
 
Base Rewards
Improved Rewards
Fragment of Memory 2D style
An all-season 2D style allows you to add a set of customization elements to your vehicle.
Former Fury 2D style
An all-season 2D style allows you to add a set of customization elements to your vehicle.
Sea of Grief 2D style
An all-season 2D style allows you to add a set of customization elements to your vehicle.
Progressive style for the Type 5 Heavy (Levels I–IV)
A progressive style has four levels that unlock in succession.
Progressive style for the AMX 50 Foch B (Levels I–IV)
A progressive style has four levels that unlock in succession.
Progressive style for the T57 Heavy Tank (Levels I–IV)
A progressive style has four levels that unlock in succession.
Credits
The main game currency in World of Tanks.
1,875,000
Personal Reserve: +200% to Free and Crew XP for 1 h
When activated, it grants additional Free and Crew XP based on battle results.
×66
WoT Premium Account
WoT Premium Account provides access to many additional possibilities in the game.
×12
Universal fragment
Vehicle blueprint fragments are special game items that can be used to gain an XP discount when researching new vehicles.
×150
Fire-Control System
Reduces the reticle aiming time and dispersion during firing, turret traverse, or vehicle movement.
×4
Mobility Improvement System
Increases engine power and top speed. Reduces reticle dispersion during firing, turret traverse, or vehicle movement, and increases turret and hull traverse speeds.
×4
Survival Improvement Suite
Increases the hit points of the vehicle and its internal modules. Increases suspension hit points and repair speed. Decreases the penalty from a damaged ammo rack and engine. Fully restores suspension hit points after repairs.
×4
Orderly Ammo Rack directive
Reduces loading time by 2.5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
×15
Vent Purge directive
Increases all crew skills by 2.5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
×15
Stabilizer Greasing directive
Reduces dispersion during movement and turret rotation by 5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
×15
Training Booklets to choose from
A game item that provides each crew member with 20,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
×12
Training Guides to choose from
A game item that provides each crew member with 100,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
×3
Bonds
A currency that can be used to purchase improved equipment, directives for equipment, and rare vehicles.
3,000
Tokens
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the in-game Store.
×12
Ian Harman crew member
Players can select the nation and qualification.
Colette Bugeaud crew member
Players can select the nation and qualification.
Stefan Adaškevič crew member
Players can select the nation and qualification.
WoT Premium Account
WoT Premium Account provides access to many additional possibilities in the game.
×57
Gold
A valuable in-game currency. You can use it to purchase WoT Premium Account time and Premium vehicles, convert XP, and more.
900
Credits
The main game currency in World of Tanks.
4,275,000
Personal Reserve: +50% to credits for 1 h
When activated, it grants additional credits based on battle results.
×42
Personal Reserve: +100% to Combat XP for 1 h
When activated, it grants additional Combat XP based on battle results.
×36
National fragments to choose from
Vehicle blueprint fragments are special game items that can be used to gain an XP discount when researching new vehicles.
×90
Training Guides to choose from
A game item that provides each crew member with 100,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
×12
Personal Training Manual
A game item that provides the selected crew member with 850,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
×3
Amphitheater decal
Customization element.
×6
Bell Tower decal
Customization element.
×6
Abbey decal
Customization element.
×6
Tokens
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the in-game Store.
×9
Standard equipment to choose from (Mobility and Scouting categories)
Improves a vehicle's technical characteristics or compensates for its drawbacks. Class 1 equipment, with some exceptions.
×3
Standard equipment to choose from (Firepower and Survivability categories)
Improves a vehicle's technical characteristics or compensates for its drawbacks. Class 1 equipment, with some exceptions.
×3
Bounty Equipment to choose from
By default, the parameters of Bounty Equipment are the same as those of standard equipment. However, Bounty Equipment can be upgraded for credits.
×3

Earn Experimental Equipment

By finishing the Chapters of Season XI, you not only finalize their respective progressive styles and acquire unique and experienced crew members, but you also expand your stock of Experimental Equipment. You can earn four of each of the types: Fire-Control System, Mobility Improvement System, and Survival Improvement Suite.

Items for Tokens

Tokens are a special reward currency exclusive to Battle Pass. They accumulate over the course of the year from all the Battle Pass Seasons you take part in throughout 2023. In Season XI, you can earn up to 21 Tokens as Progression rewards (12 as Base Rewards and nine as Improved Rewards), plus up to three additional Tokens for gathering Collection Elements. Spend Tokens in the Items for Tokens section of the in-game Store to redeem valuable goodies, such as Bounty Equipment and nine rare Tier IX vehicles. In Season XI, you can accumulate enough Tokens to grab the BZ-58-2 or—if you saved up at least three Tokens from Season X—the KPz 3 Projekt 07 HK.

IX BZ-58-2
Hit Points
1,900 HP
Average Damage
520/520/660 HP
Average Penetration
250/303/68 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.37 m
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
−8/20 deg
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
35/15 km/h
Turret Armor
230/160/100 mm
Hull Armor
70/70/50 mm
IX KPz 3 Projekt 07 HK
Hit Points
1,450 HP
Average Damage
360/360/460 HP
Average Penetration
268/320/120 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.35 (0.25) m
Aiming Time
2.5 (1.5) s
Time for Complete Loading
6.8 (9.5) s
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
−3 (−12)/17 (20) deg
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
65 (20)/25 (18) km/h
IX Cobra
Hit Points
1,600 HP
Average Damage
360/490/515 HP
Average Penetration
268/210/120 mm
Shells in the Magazine
4 shells
Time for Loading Between Shots
1.5 s
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
–10/13 deg
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
40/25 km/h
Turret Armor
130/80/40 mm
IX Lorraine 50 t
Hit Points
1,750 HP
Average Damage
400/400/515 HP
Average Penetration
264/308/65 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.33 m
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
−10/15 deg
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
60/15 km/h
Specific Power
16.36 h.p./t
Turret Armor
250/70/30 mm
IX Kunze Panzer
Hit Points
1,600 HP
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
268/300/53 mm
Average Damage per Minute
2,516 HP/min
Dispersion at 100 m
0.42 m
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
−15/20 deg
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
65/23 km/h
View Range
400 m
IX K-91-PT
Hit Points
1,600 HP
Average Damage
390/390/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/315/68 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.4 m
Time for Complete Loading
8.6 s
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
52/23 km/h
Specific Power
20.04 h.p./t
Hull Armor
260/60/45 mm
IX Char Futur 4
Hit Points
1,750 HP
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
264/330/53 mm
Shells in the Magazine
4 shells
Time for Loading Between Shots
4 s
Dispersion at 100 m
0.34 m
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
60/20 km/h
Specific Power
22.96 h.p./t
IX Object 777 Version II
Hit Points
1,850 HP
Average Damage
440/440/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/68 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.42 m
Time for Complete Loading
13.9 s
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
40/15 km/h
Turret Armor
258/225/90 mm
Hull Armor
132/115/45 mm
IX AE Phase I
Hit Points
1,800 HP
Average Damage
400/400/515 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/60 mm
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles
−10/15 deg
Turret Armor
292/101/50 mm
Top Speed/Reverse Speed
35/12 km/h
Specific Power
16.07 h.p./t
View Range
390 m
   
IX
BZ-58-2
IX
Kpz 3 Pr.07HK
IX
Cobra
IX
Lorraine 50 t
IX
Kunze Panzer
IX
K-91-PT
IX
Char Futur 4
IX
Obj. 777 II
IX
AE Phase I

GET EXTRA REWARDS!

Once you complete all three main Chapters of Season XI, you'll have access to the Reward section of the in‑game Store. It's where you can spend Battle Pass Points on bonds and progressive styles, as well as crew members from previous Seasons.

The Reward section of the in-game Store will be available until September 5, 2023.

 

GET THE IMPROVED PASS

You can obtain the Improved Pass for any Season XI Chapter for 2,500 gold on the Battle Pass screen in your Garage. Both the in-game Store and the Premium Shop have real-money offers of bundles that include the Improved Pass for all Chapters, as well as value bundles. On top of giving you the full Improved Pass, value bundles allow you to receive 250 gold daily for up to 30 days if you play a single Random Battle that day.

 
A new journey awaits, Commanders!

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