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14 - 21 March: [Gift Shop] March Equinox

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Tank Commanders,

In lengthy, drawn-out battles, a weary Tank Commander may find each and every day to be the same - roll out, engage enemy, and shoot till nothing but scrap metal remains. And the cycle repeats. Being caught up in battles makes it easy to forget picking up essential supplies.

Take a short break from the battles and browse through the specials below!

All Tier IV-V premium vehicles are going at 50% off!


14 - 21 March: [Gift Shop] March Equinox

Event Start: 14 March, 2014 (Friday) @ 13:30 - 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

Event End: 21 March, 2014 (Friday) @ 13:30 - 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC) 


Please note that timings are not fixed and may vary within that range.


Package Name Package Contents Value in Gold Price
Economical Booster

1 Day Premium

250,000 Credits

1,525 USD 5.75
Big Savings Booster
3 Days Premium

1,000,000 Credits

5,650 USD 21.25
Mega Booster Pack
30 Days Premium

5,000,000 Credits

20,000 USD 72.89

Enjoy 50% discounts on the following Premium tanks:

  Tier V MT Ram II
Tier V HT T14   
Tier V MT T-25
Tier IV LT Valentine II

  Tier V MT Matilda IV
Tier V HT Churchill III
Tier V MT Matilda Black Prince
Tier V HT Excelsior
Tier V MT Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai


Can't decide which tank to get? Let the information below help you.

Ram II

This American tier 5 premium medium tank is well-armoured and has decent speed for its type. The Ram II has a strong defence that makes it a great support tank. Be mindful of weak spots and this tank can be one tough customer for enemies to handle.

Although its penetration is not fantastic, it is effective against most tier 5 tanks. Its rate of fire at 26.2 rounds/min gives it a high DPM which can take out tanks with weaker armour. You can choose to team up with a tank with stronger firepower to leverage on each other's strengths.


  • High DPM
  • Manoeuvres and accelerates well
  • Higher chances of bouncing shells
  • Good in close-range combat
  • High HP
  • Good armour
  • Poor view range
  • Weakspots can easily be exploited
  • Poor alpha damage
  • Slow aim time
  • Poor accuracy


The T14 is a tier 5 heavy tank that has an upper-hand over medium tanks of a similar tier or under. It has thick turret armour on all sides. And has a good rate of fire, allowing it to dish out damage before an enemy knows what's happening.

Although the T14 is the weakest heavy tank for its tier, it has decent mobility which will allow you to move out and help allies in need. Familiarise yourself with hull down tactics to get the best gameplay out of this tank.


  • Good speed and acceleration
  • Strong turret armour
  • High DPM
  • Earns credits quickly
  • Good HP
  • Low alpha damage
  • Low penetration
  • Slow Traverse speed
  • Bad accuracy


The T-25 is a tier 5 premium medium tank which hails from Germany. As it was designed as a successor to the PzKpfw 38 (t) and PzKpfw 38 nA, you'll find some similarities in its profile but with a larger build with sloped armour and a forward rather than a centre mounted turret. Its speed makes up for its sub-par armour and its capable of hitting a top speed of 60km/h, making this tank an excellent candidate for breaching enemy lines and supporting positions in a flash. It has good accuracy and a high rate of fire which allows it to take out lower tier tanks swiftly but it lacks the manoeuvrability of a light tank and can encounter some trouble against frontal armours of stronger tanks. Nevertheless, this machine will be a valuable asset to any player's arsenal.

  • Good damage and penetration
  • High HP
  • Good forward and reverse speed
  • Good gun depression
  • Best money maker for its tier
  • Can scout in a pinch (although not advised)
  • Low aim time
  • Rather low view range - can be remedied through tactical use of Binoculars.
  • Has difficulties reaching top speed
  • Vulnerable to ammo rack damage
  • Poor armour
  • Slow turret and hull traverse

Valentine II

The Valentine II is a Soviet tier 4 premium light tank. Don't let its looks fool you. This tank may look small, but it has strengths and weaknesses similar to those of heavy tanks. It also has great armour and has 380 HP which is generous for its type and tier.

You can choose to lead the charge with this tank's strong armour and high rate of fire. Spearheading an assault alone is not recommended, so team up with a TD or an ally with a better gun for best results.

Try to avoid attention from enemy snipers and arty. The Valentine II can't run with its slow speed. But it can hide well because of its small size.

  • Heavy armour with few weak spots
  • High HP
  • Easy to camouflage in bushes and behind rocks
  • Fast gun/track traverse
  • High rate of fire
  • Decent damage and gun depression
  • Good matchmaking
  • Gun is weak against tier 4s
  • Weak engine
  • Low speed limit
  • Low ammo capacity

Matilda IV

The Soviet tier 5 Matilda IV is a medium tank, but should be played like a heavy. Although this tank has great armour, high HP, and can unleash some serious damage, it is slow. You will need superb battle instincts to know where to position this tank so it can be a valuable piece in your team's victory.
A Matilda IV can deal 83-138HP of damage - this helps it to defeat lower-tiered light and medium tanks with ease. If you feel like taking on stronger opponents, team up with a heavy tank and protect your ally's flank.
  • Superior rate of fire, aim time and accuracy
  • Amazing gun depression
  • Thick, well-angled armour and high HP
  • Fast turret traverse
  • Limited top speed and acceleration
  • Low alpha damage
  • Low penetration
  • Fairly low ammunition capacity


Churchill III

The Churchill III is a Soviet tier 5 premium heavy tank. Although slow, it has devastating firepower! It has a high rate of fire at 26.25 r/m which can down opponents quickly. Look out for weak spots and bully those pansies into submission! Another great feature that makes this tank a keeper is that it generates a lot of EXP, which makes it a great tank for training your crew.

But like most bullies, the Churchill III could only pick on tanks of its tier and under. Make a run for it when you see higher-tiered heavies or when you feel that enemy arty is trying to push you off the playground.

  • Armour is highly effective against tier 4s
  • Largest HP pool of any tier 5 tank
  • Very high rate of fire, reasonably accurate even while moving
  • Frontal weakspots easily hidden by hull angling
  • Generates a high level of EXP, which speeds crew training
  • Cheap ammo and repair costs
  • Preferential matchmaking means it only sees up to Tier 6 battles
  • Very large ammo capacity
  • Moves, accelerates, and rotates slowly
  • Low alpha damage
  • Barely-adequate penetration values
  • Poorly-protected turret
  • Mostly unsloped armor
  • Priority target for artillery
  • Gun reloads faster than it can aim

Matilda Black Prince

The Matilda Black Prince is a tier 5 medium tank. A collector’s piece for fans of the British Tech Tree. This tank has a decent defence with good armour and an above-average 610HP. Its view range of 350m and rate of fire at 26.09 rounds/min allows players to take on sniper roles for the team.

For best results, station the Matilda Black Prince further away from the front lines. Though slow, it is capable of dealing 56-94HP of damage.

  • Armour is better than it appears
  • High rate of fire with reasonable accuracy
  • Relatively low profile
  • Above average HP
  • Good matchmaking
  • Side skirts have thin spaced armour
  • Slow with poor power to weight ratio
  • Low damage and penetration
  • Small ammo capacity
  • Gun reloads faster than it can aim



Can’t decide between a medium and heavy tank? Think of the Excelsior as the perfect balance between a medium and heavy class. This British tier 5 tank moves at a decent pace of 38 km/hr and deals 83-138HP of damage. The Excelsior makes up for its speed with thick armour on the front and rear. Just be careful and avoid getting hit on its sides where armour is thin.
  • Good speed that can keep up with the pace of battle
  • Thick armour that stops many lower-tier shots and the occasional high tier
  • Good RoF for a 75mm gun
  • Surprisingly thick back armour can protect you a bit from ambushes
  • Poor penetration and accuracy with stock rounds - premium rounds required against heavies
  • Frontal armour profile is mostly flat and angling will expose your weak sides
  • Roof armour is only 19mm, making it vulnerable to arty or shots down from elevation
  • Somewhat low HP for a premium heavy
  • Weak side hull armour


Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai

The Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai debuts as the first Japanese tank in the game. It’s a Tier V medium premium tank. You will find that it has a decent 480 HP and an engine that can shift to its top speed of 38km/h. The Chi-Nu Kai’s 75mm gun can take down most Tier V tanks; it fires at 12 rm/m with adequate penetration.

Just be careful to avoid being shot in the hull. Use sniper strategies to unleash the Chi-Nu Kai’s full potential.

  • Highest alpha damage of all tier 5 medium tanks (excluding howitzers)
  • Highest penetration of all tier 5 medium premium tanks
  • Third highest penetration of all tier 5 medium tanks, only loses to the T-34s 76mm S-54 (125mm) and the M4s 76mm gun M1A1 (128mm)
  • Good view range
  • Very good money maker
  • First Japanese tank in the game
  • Subpar armour
  • Very slow turret traverse
  • No limited matchmaking (gets to tier 7 every now and then)
  • Very poor signal range


Purchase these packages for yourself or as gifts for your friends. Please refer to the Gift Shop Guide for information on how to use it.

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