Advent Calendar Day 21.

Todays Tank is the newly Released Russian Premium Tier VII Heavy Tank: KV-122.

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So far SEA and EU have slightly different bundles. As usual NA goes its own way.

The SEA server:

  • KV-122 Tier VII Heavy Tank.
  • 1 Garage slot.
  • 7,050 Gold
  • 15x Missions- x5 XP for a Victory.
  • 30 Personal Reserves: +100% Crew XP, 2 Hours.

The EU server:

  • KV-122 Tier VII Heavy Tank.
  • 1 Garage slot.
  • 8,250 Gold.
  • 15x Missions- x5 XP for a Victory.
  • 30 Personal Reserves: +100% Crew XP, 2 Hours.

The NA server:

  • KV-122 Tier VII Heavy Tank.
  • 1 Garage slot.
  • 2,000 Gold.
  • 1,500,000 credits
  • Large-Caliber Tank Gun Rammer.
  • Binocular Telescope.
  • Enhanced Gun Laying Drive.

It is also for sale unbundled in SEA and EU Premium Shops but not NA but this may change through the day.

Advent Calendar Day 21.

24 thoughts on “Advent Calendar Day 21.

  1. Honcho says:

    Probably plays a bit like the T-34-3. Not as mobile but with comparable matchmaking (T-34-3 having special mm) and the same gun.
    Meh, looks ok.

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  2. Nevermind says:

    Seems very much like the old KV 1S from back in the day… with a HP buff and a bit better gun handling. Talk about a recycling old content. Could we get some of the old maps back?

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    1. Anonymous says:

      It IS the old KV1S, with small hp buff and a gun depression nerf. Just shows you how utterly OP that tank was at tier 6 when they can sell it as a tier 7 premium 2 years later lol.
      While not better than the IS2B as a heavy, this is probably the best tier 7 medium in the game…

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  3. Pablo Rob says:

    have they changed the model? Initially all they did was use the Kv85 (as it is in game now) and change some of the stats to make it a tier 7.

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    1. Patata Caliente says:

      If tanks.gg is to be believed, the model used is 100% identical to the KV-85 model. If that is true, then this is a new low for Wargaming.

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    2. OrigamiChik3n says:

      KV-85 was nothing more than KV-1s hull with enlarged turret ring to accommodate turret from IS and removed bow machine gun port. KV-122 in turn was just upgunned KV-85. Which means it’s hull was identical to KV-1s as well.
      In game all these changes are reflected. So yes, “the model used is 100% identical to the KV-85 model”. Because IT WAS IN REAL LIFE. I fail to see how somebody’s ignorance is “new low for Wargaming”.

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  4. Vedrano says:

    Dear Rita, your cute, smart and a good player, but you can be our hero of 2017 if you just tell what te last-day deal will be. You may get some trouble with the Russians, but we will protect and love 😀

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