EU Weekday Server Issue
Last Thursday (11/07/19), we had some server issues which prevented a lot of you from playing World of Warships.
To make up for the disruption and inconvenience caused, we are offering compensation.
Those of you who played at least one battle between 26/06/19 00:00 UTC – 11/07/19 13:25 UTC will be able to claim the following:
- 1x Wargaming Container
- Guaranteed 1 day of Warships Premium, plus a random signal flag assortment.
- 1x Standard “Rogue Wave” Container.
We sincerely apologize for the distruption and appreciate your patience.
Episode 6 of Frontline 2019 will kick off on 15 July 07:00 CEST (UTC+2) and will be available for one week, until 22 July 04:00 CEST (UTC+2). This is your chance to participate in and experience epic 30v30 battles, win heaps of rewards, and join the race for formidable reward tanks!
Also, we’ve got the intel on Episode 7. It will start on 19 August 07:00 CEST (UTC+2) until 26 August 04:00 CEST (UTC+2). Get ready for even more epic battles!
Find out all the details, including rewards and precise specifications, in our dedicated Frontline: Regulations article.
Before the start of Episode 5, we announced a reduction of the cooldown on respawn to 10 seconds, instead of 30. Unfortunately, due to some technical issues, we weren’t able to bring this improvement to life. But now all the malfunctions are fixed, so in the new Episode, cooldown on respawn will be 10 seconds. Spend more time in the game, play, and grab your well-deserved rewards!
Another in the series from the Bovington tank Museum. Enjoy.
The Tank Museum has the only surviving example of the Second World War prototype tank, the A43 Black Prince.
The designers of the Churchill tank were commissioned to build a tank which could hold the larger 17 pounder gun. The Centurion was chosen to go in to production instead of the Black Prince, due to its superior engine and armour.
SEA and EU have made this announcement two days earlier than normal but I suppose it saves someone working on Sunday.
World of Tanks Asia periphery servers will be undergoing maintenance on 15 July, 2019 at around 11:00 UTC+8 to deploy micropatch 1.5.1_5.1. No downtime is required.
The World of Tanks servers and Clan Portal will be unavailable on 15.07.2019 from 06:00 – 06:45 CEST due to this update.
But why does one region need to shut the servers down and another not ?
A new wave of Common Tests introduces high-tier British light vehicles and brings some improvements to Personal Missions. You’ll also have new opportunities for unique customization thanks to rectangular decals and other items. Finally, to allow you to better focus on the game, we’re disabling team damage and team kills caused by friendly fire and ramming.
Read on for a detailed overview of each feature!
High-Tier British Light Tanks Are Coming!
The Brits are receiving reinforcements, and it’s not a cup of tea or pudding – it’s a whole new branch of vehicles!
We know that among players of World of Tanks there are many fans of British tanks, and there is a vehicle for every Commander in this nation. You can pick a versatile medium tank, a heavy frontline brawler, or a tank destroyer from 2 branches. The only class the Brits have been lacking so far is high-tier light tanks.
Update 1.6 will correct this as four undetectable and menacing light British tanks, from Tier VII to Tier X, are going to storm the battlefields of World of Tanks! Researching the new light sub-branch will follow on from the Tier VI Cromwell.
One of the main features of these new light tanks is their size; they’re even smaller than the French light vehicles. They will sit among the smallest vehicles in the game and will only slightly exceed the ELC Even 90 in size. It will be very difficult to spot them, and even if you do, it will be difficult to hit them, especially when they’re on the move.
For this part we have the overlaid stat amd compare screens plus an update to the tech tree.
With Update 1.6, damaging allies by shooting and ramming them will be disabled in all types of Random Battles. This change showed good results in Ranked Battles and now it’s coming to Random Battles. Learn more about the changes to the allied damage system in this new video.
Will be posting more of these in the future:
French destroyer Siroco, tier V:
Detectability range by air is lowered from 3.36 km to 2.7 km;
Main Battery Reload Booster and Engine Boost consumables are changed place. Now, Siroco’s consumables are arranged in the same order as the researchable French destroyers.
French destroyer Vauquelin, tier VII:
French destroyer Kleber, tier X:
Detectability ranges by sea, and after firing main caliber guns in smoke, for French destroyers is corrected considering the basic detection range from sea.
French cruiser Colbert, tier X:
Soviet cruiser Smolensk, tier X:
When using skills and upgrades for lowering detection range, the AA gun range of Colbert and Smolensk was larger than the detection range by air. This allowed these cruisers to turn the AA off and activate it when enemy planes are already inside the AA zone. The changes will remedy this situation.
Statistics prone to change.
here’re the stats and pics of the upcoming LHMTV, a Tier VIII British Light Tank:
The new Patch will go live on July 11 on 08:00 CEST to 12:00 CEST ( July 10 23:00 PT to 03:00 PT for NA)
Patch 2.1 will include planes from the Nations of Sweden, Israel, Poland and Czechoslovakia.
You will be able to Purchase the following planes in the in-game shop:
- Avia Bk-534, a Czechoslovakian ( European) Tier 3 Fighter
- PZL P-38 Wilk, а Polish (European) Tier III heavy fighter
- Avia S-199, an Israeli (European) Tier VI multirole fighter
- SAAB J 21RB, a Swedish (European) Tier VIII multirole fighter
New Special Reward Aircraft:
- Avia B-534, а Czechoslovakian (European) Tier III fighter
- Yak-7 M-82 A, a Soviet Tier V multirole fighter
- P-82B Twin Mustang, an American Tier VIII heavy fighter