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25 July - 1 August: [Premium Shop] July End of Month Sales

Tank Commanders,

Tier 8s from the USA, France, and China are now available in the Premium Shop! Consider the T34 Premium Bundle or the FCM 50 t Premium Bundle if you're looking for tank bundles with equipment. There is a good range of other tiers too, so you can select the bundle that best suits your battle style.

Enjoy browsing!

25 July - 1 August: [Premium Shop] July End of Month Sales

Event Start: 25 July, 2014 (Friday) @ 13:30 - 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

Event End: 01 August, 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 NamePackage ContentsValue in GoldPrice
Economical Booster
1 Day Premium

650
250,000
1,525 USD 5.75
Big Savings Booster
3 Days Premium

2,500
1,000,000
5,650 USD 21.25
Mega Booster Pack
30 Days Premium

5,000
5,000,000
20,000 USD 72.89
Great Savings Booster
7 Days Premium

7,000
2,000,000
13,250 USD 51.05
Super Returns Bundle
T26E4
1 Garage Slot
30 Days Premium

10,000
1,000,000
22,500 USD 82.49
T34 Premium Bundle

T34
1 Garage Slot
Improved Ventilation Class 3
Large-Caliber Tank Gun Rammer
 Enhanced Gun Laying Drive

2,500
1,000,000

21,300 USD 81.65
FCM 50 t Premium Bundle
FCM 50t
1 Garage Slot
Improved Ventilation Class 3
Large-Caliber Tank Gun Rammer
 Enhanced Gun Laying Drive


2,500
1,500,000
22,450 USD 77.09
112 Bundle
112
1 Garage Slot
7 Days Premium
13,800 USD 52.29
T-34-3 Bundle
T-34-3
1 Garage Slot
7 Days Premium
12,550 USD 48.09
Type 64 Bundle
Type 64
1 Garage Slot
3 Days Premium
4,450 USD 16.59
American Premium Bundle
T2 Light Tank
M22 Locust
Ram II
T14
4 Garage Slot
6,100 USD 15.59

 

 Enjoy 50% discounts on existing Premium Shop Consumables
 Enjoy 50% discounts on the following Premium tanks:

Tier II LT   T2 Light Tank
  Tier III LT M22 Locust
Tier III TD FCM36 Pak40
Tier V MT   Ram II
  Tier V HT T14
Tier V MT Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai

 

Featured Premium Tanks

T26E4

The T26E4 Super Pershing is an American tier 8 premium medium tank which has improved armour in comparison to the M26 Pershing. It is even possible for some shells to penetrate the spaced armour without the tank taking serious damage. The tank's DPM and accuracy are decent.

However, do take note that the T26E4 Pershing is very slow for a medium tank. So, use strategies that work best with medium tanks. Knowledge of different terrains and sneaking up on enemies from the rear and sides will contribute to your future victories.

 

Pros:
  • Thick sloped frontal armour is good for bouncing shots
  • Good rate of fire
  • Able to pivot in place
  • Great gun depression
  • Good matchmaking
Cons:
  • Extremely weak side and rear armour
  • Fuel tanks are a weak spot
  • Weakspots are easily exploitable
  • Low acceleration and does not perform well at climbing uphill
  • Poor AP penetration

 


 

 T34

The T34 is a premium tier 8 heavy tank from the American tech tree. It is one of the highest damage dealers for a tier 8 heavy. With a powerful gun, shots can even penetrate certain tier 10 vehicles.

Be careful to watch your back. Because there are lower-tiered tanks out there that can take down this tank with surprise attacks from behind. Utilize the T34's strengths by supporting the team from behind.

 

Pros:
  • Capable of high penetration and alpha damage
  • Frontal turret has a strong defense
  • Great gun depression
  • Good acceleration
  • Excellent credit maker
Cons:
  • Low rate of fire
  • Inaccurate
  • Takes long to aim
  • Poor view range
  • Very weak hull armour
  • Slow traverse
  • Large size makes it easy for enemies to spot
  • Catches fire easily

 

FCM 50t

Take the FCM 50t if you're looking for a French tank that can aid your transition from medium to heavy tanks. This Tier VIII heavy runs at a maximum speed of 51km/h and can provide you with the familiarity of a medium tank's speed. On the plus side, it has a decent gun that penetrates 159-265mm of armour. The tank can put up a good fight with excellent aim time, accuracy, and reload time.

One of the tank's drawbacks is its low damage for its tier. The large size makes the tank bad at performing sneak attacks or taking cover.

Pros:
  • High top speed, combined with quick acceleration
  • Excellent tank traverse, can turn on a dime
  • Great penetration, better than even the Panther II
  • Good credit maker, due to the high DPM and accuracy combined with cheap ammo costs
  • Great view range
  • Great rate of fire, when used with trained crew/BiA/Rammer
  • Decent gun depression/elevation
  • Good accuracy
  • Special matchmaking that makes Tier IX the highest it can get against, allowing it to penetrate most tanks it faces
  • Excellent tank for support on medium wolfpacks, much like the other high tier French heavies
  • Great speed combined with relatively high weight makes it good for ramming, especially versus medium tanks
  • Large tracks can soak damage fairly reliably. When turning corners, you can make enemies shoot your tracks
Cons:
  • Average armour for a heavy, though very good compared to tier 8 mediums
  • Giant silhouette, many forms of cover are not particularly effective, and artillery has no problem hitting you
  • Low alpha damage
  • Prone to module and crew damage
  • Priority target for artillery
  • Ammorack can be damaged easily, safe stowage skill for loader or/and wet ammorack equipment is recommended for use

 

112

The 112 is a Tier 8 Chinese heavy tank.

Most people will agree that the 112 is like a distant cousin of the IS-6 due to an approximately equal amount of armour and gun performance. However, there are some key differences that separate one from the other; its armour is slightly thicker and is distributed more towards the front rather than the sides, enabling it to withstand more hits in a head-on attack.

The gun's performance is equally impressive, which is enhanced by the premium HEAT rounds that it can fire. With it, one can achieve a powerful 250 penetration rating, which can demolish all but the toughest tanks in the game. As the speed of the 112 is adequate at best, the tank is most suited for brawling in close range, where its armour and armament can outlast the enemy.

Pros:
  • Good alpha damage
  • Extremely effective frontal armour, effectively 240mm thick
  • Thick turret is cast and rounded, making it very tough
  • Good straight line speed, can keep up with some medium tanks
  • HEAT ammunition is very effective
Cons:
  • Shoots rather slowly, considering the IS-2 has the same gun, is a tier lower and shoots faster
  • Very thin side armour, and cannot sidescrape as well as the IS-6
  • Very weak lower front plate is easily penetrated
  • Susceptible to both fuel tank and engine damage causing fires
  • Engine power is rather low, making acceleration sluggish
  • Bad tank traverse makes it turn badly
  • Poor accuracy, typical of Russian 122mm guns and their derivatives
  • Terrible aim time, also typical of Russian 122mm guns and their derivatives

 


 

T-34-3

The T-34-3 is a Tier 8 Chinese medium tank.

This tank is a variant of the T-34-2, a Chinese credit tank and also its successor in the real world. Like all improved variants, the T-34-3 outshines its older brother in every single way in the game, featuring improved armour, weapons and mobility.

The main gun of the T-34-3 is undoubtedly the highlight of the tank, as it is taken directly from the 112. This means that the T-34-3 can potentially - with the use of premium HEAT rounds - achieve the same 250 penetration rating as the heavy tank, which is more than enough to pierce the armour of any medium tank in the field.

Because of its strengths, most players consider this a worthy alternative to the Type 59 medium tank.

Pros:
  • Tough turret
  • Great damage per shot
  • Very high penetration with gold ammo
  • Good mobility
Cons:
  • Abysmal gun depression
  • Poor aim time and accuracy
  • Average penetration with AP ammunition
  • Long reload time for a medium tank
  • Low DPM

 

Type 64

The Type 64 is a Tier 6 Chinese Light Tank.

Its top speed at 72km/hr and excellent signal range makes it a great scout. This tank is able to run circles even around light tanks, so use the manoeuvrability to your advantage.

Be careful, though. The Type 64 has extremely thin armour on the front, sides, and rear. One of the best defence strategies is to keep moving and avoid getting hit. Target enemies with weaker armour if you wish to reap a few kills.

Pros:
  • Excellent speed
  • Manoeuvres easily
  • Good gun depression
  • Decent view range
  • Great signal range
Cons:
  • Weak armour
  • Slow turret traverse speed
  • Poor accuracy
  • Radio operator required
  • Usually matched with higher tiers

 

T2 Light Tank

The T2 Light Tank is an American tier 2 premium light tank. It is very fast with a top speed of 72 km/hr. Good driving skills are needed to bring out the best in this tank. Well-executed circling tactics will increase your rate of survival.

It has a weak gun and poor armour. So, keep moving to avoid enemy fire. Avoiding direct contact is also a good idea since being rammed to destruction is a possibility. This tank serves as a great distraction to opponents while your teammates take down unsuspecting tankers.

Pros:
  • Great acceleration and top speed
  • Deals a decent amount of damage
  • Good gun elevation
  • Small size allows it to hide in bushes easily
Cons:
  • Poor armour
  • Poor view range
  • Poor signal range
  • Poor matchmaking

 

 M22 Locust

The M22 Locust is a fast and fun tank to play. It's a small sized American tier 3 premium light tank that can reach a top speed of 64km/hr pretty quickly regardless of terrain. Don't get too carried away by its fast speed though, as the radio range of the M22 is limited.

It boasts a higher penetration that its German counterpart, the T-15, but is less manoeuvrable and has a lower view range. It has good penetration for its tier with a 37 mm M-6 gun equipped and can take out opponents with its high rate of fire. However, the gun cannot penetrate tier V tanks unless you target their weak spots. One thing to look out for when playing this tank is to be mindful of your ammunition supply as the limited supply of 50 shells can run out quickly.

Pros:
  • Good hit points for this tier
  • Nice top speed
  • Good penetration for its tier
  • Good accuracy, aim time, turret traverse speed and elevation arc
  • Good accuracy on the move
  • Good view range
Cons:
  • Not very agile
  • Low protection
  • Small ammo capacity
  • Poor signal range
  • No special matchmaking

 

 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.

 

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

 

 T14

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. Familiarize yourself with hull down tactics to get the best gameplay out of this tank.

 

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

 

FCM36 PaK40

The FCM36 Pak40 is a tier 3 French tank destroyer. Its 180HP is higher than average for a tank destroyer because of thick hull armour. This tank destroyer can absorb damage well too. Offence-wise, shots from this machine pack great armour penetration capabilities at 74-123 mm. Combined with a good rate of fire (15.92 rounds/min) and accuracy, you get a very lethal and powerful tank destroyer in your arsenal. The FCM36 Pak40 works best against targets that are slow or motionless. So, blast away at those happy campers, dealing a whopping 83-138 HP of damage per shot, when your team members feed you with enemy locations.

However, like most tank destroyers, its speed limit is slow (24 km/hr). Keep an eye out for good hiding places to avoid detection.

Pros:
  • Good armour
  • Good penetration and rate of fire
  • Good accuracy and aim time
  • Excellent view range
  • Good gun depression
Cons:
  • Poor engine power and top speed
  • Narrow gun arc
  • Poor signal range
  • Low ammo capacity

 

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 r/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.

Pros:
  • 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
Cons:
  • Subpar armour
  • Very slow turret traverse
  • No limited matchmaking (gets to tier 7 every now and then)
  • Very poor signal range

 

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