Update 9.20.1: Second Common Test

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9.20.1 is on to its second Common Test, which means that in the coming weeks the team will be watching the battlefield closely, monitoring your feedback, and reviewing data to refine the update leading to its release. If you haven’t joined already, there’s still time to take rebalanced vehicles and other improvements for a test drive.

In case you missed the detailed update preview or want a second look, here’s a refresher:

Discover how you can join the Common Test:

How the CT works

New to testing? Check out our handy guide to public tests.

Eligibility: All players registered prior to 13:59 PT (16:59 ET) on Sept. 13 can participate in the test.

Feedback: please post your general feedback about the test version and bug reports in the special thread on our forum.

Test client
  • Download the test client installer (4,9 MB).
  • Make sure you pick a save location that is different to your regular World of Tanks game files.
  • Save and run the installer.
  • Run the new copy of the game. The launcher will download all the additional data.
  • Log in and start playing.
Server restarts

The test server will be restarted regularly, according to the following schedule:

  • First Periphery: 21:00 PT (00:00 ET) every day. Average duration will be around 25 minutes.
  • Second Periphery: 22:00 PT (01:00 ET) every day. Average duration will be around 25 minutes.
  • Central Database: 02:00 PT (05:00 ET) every day. Average duration will be around 2 minutes.

The test server may be subject to unscheduled restarts and maintenance.

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List of Changes in Round 2

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New Feature: Competitions

  • Added the functionality that allows participation in competitions right in the game client. The active events can be viewed in the Missions interface, in the Competition tab.
  • Players who participate in the game event can view the statistics based on their best results, as well as a detailed leaderboard to evaluate their own progress in the event and compare with the best players.
  • The criteria of determining the best players are adjustable and can vary for particular events; the detailed rules will be provided in the competition regulations.
  • Participation in competition can require a registration application from players or may require no registration. All actions required for participation in an event can be performed in the client.
  • Battles for participation in a competition are counted on the basis of battle statistics in the Random Battles (at the initial stage of the feature, the Grand Battles are not considered). Additional restrictions in the event are possible – playing solo or in Platoon, battles fought only within particular prime times, or on particular servers. Vehicle restrictions (only particular vehicles are allowed) are also possible within the scope of competitions. 
  • A special notification will be displayed in the Garage to provide competition-related information.
  • Throughout Common Test 2, you will be able to participate in two test competitions. All settings, images, and rewards are also not final. The first tournament will be held for Tier X U.S.S.R. and U.K. vehicles . The second tournament will be held for Tier VIII U.S.S.R. and U.K. vehicles. Participation in the event requires registration and at least two battles fought in the selected tier of the same nation.

General

  • The text of the Retrieve Order button was changed.
    • the text of the button in the mission profile was changed from Retrieve Order to Improve Result
    • the status in the mission profile was changed from Retrieving an order to Result improvement
  • Fixed the issue of transitions between operations on the map of the Personal Missions.
  • Fixed the issue of inappropriately displayed number of missions (in the Missions displayed: filter of the Missions tab).
  • Fixed the issue of loading the interface of the Personal Mission map.
  • Fixed the issue of displaying a blank congratulation window for the completed missions and impossibility of closing it.
  • Fixed the issue of displaying the tooltips for the Mastery Badges.
  • Fixed the issue of allied SPG markers on the minimap when placed at a long distance.
  • Fixed the issue of operation of sound modifications.

Improvements to the Matchmaker

Now, the matchmaker attempts to assemble the teams considering the roles within the vehicle types: e.g., the Maus is matched against another Maus, Type 5 Heavy, or E 100, while the T57 Heavy is matched against the AMX 50B, etc.

Changes to vehicles

U.K.

  • Conqueror
    • Changed the depression angle of OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II for the Conqueror Mk. II turret from -7 degrees to -10 degrees
    • Changed the depression angle of OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II for the Conqueror Mk. II ABP turret from -7 degrees to -10 degrees
    • Changed the depression angle of 120 mm Gun L1A1 for the Conqueror Mk. II ABP turret from -7 degrees to -10 degrees
  • FV4202
    • Changed turret armoring
  • FV4004 Conway
    • Changed the top speed from 50 km/h to 40 km/h
    • Changed the reverse speed from 20 km/h to 15 km/h
  • FV4005 Stage II
    • Changed the top speed from 50 km/h to 35 km/h
    • Changed the reverse speed from 15 km/h to 12 km/h
  • Super Conqueror
    • Decreased dispersion during movement of the Super Conqueror suspension by 25%
    • Increased dispersion on hull traverse of the Super Conqueror suspension by 20%
    • Decreased dispersion on turret traverse of 120 mm Gun L1A1 for the Conqueror "Unorthodox" ABP turret by 29%
    • Changed the reload time of 120 mm Gun L1A1 for the Conqueror "Unorthodox" ABP turret from 9.3 s to 8.7 s
    • Changed the depression angle of 120 mm Gun L1A1 for the Conqueror "Unorthodox" ABP turret from -7 degrees to -10 degrees
    • Changed the vehicle durability with the Conqueror "Unorthodox" ABP turret from 2350 to 2400 HP.
  • FV215b
    • Remodelled to HD

China

  • Type 59
    • Changed the ammo rack capacity of the 100 mm Type 59 gun for the Type 59 turret from 34 to 50 shells
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List of Changes in Round 1

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New Features

Large-scale update to the 'Long-Awaited Backup' campaign

Idea Behind Changes

  • Completely reworked the visual and sound component of the Personal Missions
  • Added completely new and unique rewards
  • Revised mission conditions so that the main reward for the operation is always relevant
  • Added Orders that considerably simplify completion of the Personal Missions
  • Learn more about the changes to the Personal Missions in a special video that can be watched in the game client

Interface and Sound

  • Reworked all interfaces of the Personal Missions:
    • Changed the point of entry to the Personal Missions: now it is located on the upper panel of the Garage, under the Battle! button. The tab name is Campaign
    • Added the "General" screen that displays all operations
    • Completely reworked the screen of operations: now it looks like a geographical map with objectives displayed as map areas
    • Completely reworked the Campaign reward screen:
      • now the main reward (a vehicle) is located in the center of the screen
      • Added operation statistics: now players can see how much more credits can be earned
  • Added new sounds:
  • Added a special sound track for the Personal Missions
  • Added interactive sounds: the more missions within a set are complete, the more intensive music is played

New Way of Earning Reward Vehicles

Commendations were replaced with Components.

  • To receive the reward vehicle for an operation, all five Components should be collected: hull, suspension, gun, power unit, radio
  • Each component corresponds to an appropriate mission set within the operation:
    • Power unit: set of missions for light tanks
    • Suspension: set of missions for medium tanks
    • Hull (+turret or cabin): set of missions for heavy tanks
    • Gun: set of missions for tank destroyers
    • Radio: set of missions for SPGs
  • To receive a component, the final (15th) mission of the corresponding set of missions should be completed

Orders

Added a new game asset: Order.

  • To receive an Order, the final mission of any set should be completed with honors
  • The Orders can be committed (i.e. used) to any mission. Thus:
    • The selected mission will be considered completed without honors
    • The player will receive the reward for the completion of the primary conditions
    • A used Order remains committed to the mission
    • The committed Order is not removed but disabled until the player retrieves it
  • To retrieve a committed order, the mission should be completed with honors. Thus, the player receives the Order back and can use it again.
  • Number of Orders to be committed to missions:
    • Any mission from 1 to 14 requires 1 Order
    • Mission 15 requires 4 Orders

Summary: Orders can be used to pass complicated missions or missions that the player considers to be uninteresting. Important: players can commit Orders to the final mission of a set, even if the previous 14 missions are not completed. Having completed the four sets of missions with honors, players can immediately receive the last (fifth) vehicle component.

New Rewards

  • Added new rewards: badges
    • Two badges can be completed in each operation:
      • The rank II badge is received together with the reward vehicle.
      • The rank I badge is earned for completion of all 75 missions in a particular operation with honors.
    • After completing all missions in all operations, the player will receive the special unique badge: Campaign I Champion
  • Added new rewards: Camouflage patterns:
    • A set of three unique Camouflage patterns (summer, winter, and desert) can be earned for completion of each operation: 
      • A set of three Camouflage patterns for the reward vehicle is earned for completion of all 75 missions
      • The same set of Camouflage patterns becomes available for any vehicle of the nation the reward vehicle belongs to, once all 75 missions are completed with honors

Changes to the Mission Conditions

Missions in each operation were revised to correspond to the main reward. For example, now all missions of the StuG IV operation can be completed in Tier V vehicles; missions of the T28 Heavy Tank Concept operation can be completed in VII vehicles, etc. At the same time, participation restrictions remained unchanged. Players can complete missions of any operation even in Tier X vehicles.

Secondary conditions of final (15th) missions in each set were made more diverse. This is because of the fact that the additional reward of the final missions became more valuable: it now provides Orders.

Important! If the mission condition requires spotting 5 enemy vehicles (for example), and the player spots 7 vehicles, it is obvious that the mission is considered completed. This rule is true for all numeric conditions.

The following missions underwent changes:

StuG IV

Mission Change
LT-7

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot and cause damage to 1 SPG
  • Now: Cause damage to 1 SPG
LT-9

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot 2 enemy vehicles while remaining unspotted
  • Now: Spot 1 enemy vehicle while remaining unspotted
LT-11

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 500 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 250 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
LT-12

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 500 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 250 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
LT-13

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 1,500 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 1,000 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you
 LT-14

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 2,000 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 1,500 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you
 LT-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Damage caused and damage caused with your assistance must total 4,000 HP
  • Now: Damage caused and damage caused with your assistance must total 3,000 HP

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Enable your allies to cause damage to 4 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks.
MT-8

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 500 HP of damage to medium tanks
  • Now: Cause 300 HP of damage to medium tanks
MT-9

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 500 HP of damage to heavy tanks
  • Now: Cause 300 HP of damage to heavy tanks
MT-13

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 3,000 HP of Damage (Personal/Platoon)
  • Now: Cause 2,000 HP of damage (Personal/Platoon)
MT-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause damage to 5 enemy vehicles.
HT-7

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 1,000 HP of damage
  • Now: Cause 500 HP of Damage
HT-8

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 1,000 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
  • Now: Cause 500 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
HT-12

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 1,000 HP of damage
  • Now: Cause 500 HP of Damage
HT-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause, receive, and block a total of 6,000 of damage
  • Now: Cause, receive, and block a total of 4,000 of damage
TD-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 3,000 HP of Damage
  • Now: Cause 2,000 HP of Damage

Secondary condition

  • Before: Destroy 1 Vehicle
  • Now: Win the battle. Destroy 2 vehicles
SPG-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause 1,000 HP of damage.

 

T28 Heavy Tank Concept

Mission Change
LT-7

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot and cause damage to 2 SPGs
  • Now: Spot and cause damage to 1 SPG
LT-9

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot 4 vehicles while remaining unspotted
  • Now: Spot 2 enemy vehicles while remaining unspotted
LT-12

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 1,000 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 750 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
LT-14

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 3,000 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 2,500 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you
LT-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Damage caused and damage caused with your assistance must total 5,000 HP
  • Now: Damage caused and damage caused with your assistance must total 4,000 HP

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Enable your allies to cause damage to 5 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks.
MT-6

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 3,000 damage to enemy vehicles of 3 different types
  • Now: Cause 2,000 damage to enemy vehicles of 3 different types
MT-8

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 1,000 HP of damage to medium tanks
  • Now: Cause 750 HP of damage to medium tanks
MT-9

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 1,000 HP of damage to heavy tanks
  • Now: Cause 750 HP of damage to heavy tanks
MT-12

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 2,000 HP of Damage
  • Now: Cause 1,500 HP of Damage
MT-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 2,000 Damage to tank destroyers
  • Now: Cause 1,000 Damage to tank destroyers. Destroy 2 tank destroyers.

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive Win the battle
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause damage to 6 enemy vehicles.
HT-7  

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 2,000 HP of damage
  • Now: Cause 1,000 HP of damage
HT-8

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 2,000 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
  • Now: Cause 1,000 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
 HT-12

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 1,500 HP of damage
  • Now: Cause 1,000 HP of damage
 HT-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause, receive, and block a total of 8,000 of damage
  • Now: Cause, receive, and block a total of 6,000 of damage

Secondary condition

  • Before: Win the battle
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause 20% of total amount of damage caused by your team.
TD-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 4,000 HP of damage.
  • Now: Cause 3,000 HP of Damage.

Secondary condition

  • Before: Destroy 2 vehicles
  • Now: Win the battle. Destroy 3 vehicles
SPG-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause 1,500 HP of damage.

 

T-55A

Mission Change
LT-3

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot 5 vehicles
  • Now: Spot 4 vehicles
LT-5

Secondary condition:

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause damage to 6 vehicles spotted by you
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause damage to 5 vehicles spotted by you
LT-6

Primary condition:

  • Before: Enable your allies to cause damage to 6 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks
  • Now: Enable your allies to cause damage to 5 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks
LT-7

Primary condition:

  • Before: Spot and cause damage to 3 SPGs
  • Now: Spot and cause damage to 1 SPG. Destroy 1 SPG
LT-9

Primary condition:

  • Before: Spot 6 vehicles while remaining unspotted
  • Now: Spot 4 enemy vehicles while remaining unspotted
LT-12

Primary condition:

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 2,000 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause 1,500 HP of damage to vehicles spotted by you. Remain unspotted at the moment when the damage is caused.
LT-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Enable your allies to cause damage to 4 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks
MT-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Destroy 1 tank destroyer that is one tier higher
  • Now: Cause 2,500 Damage to tank destroyers

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive. Win the battle. Cause 2,000 HP of damage
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause damage to 7 enemy vehicles.
HT-8

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 3,000 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
  • Now: Cause 2,000 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
HT-14

Primary condition

  • Before: Destroy 6 vehicles of 3 different types
  • Now: Destroy 5 vehicles of 3 different types
HT-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Win the battle
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause 25% of total amount of damage caused by your team.
TD-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Destroy 3 vehicles
  • Now: Win the battle. Destroy 5 vehicles
SPG-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause 3,000 HP of damage.

 

Object 260

Mission Change
LT-3

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot 7 vehicles
  • Now: Spot 6 vehicles
LT-5

Secondary condition

  • Before: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause damage to 8 vehicles spotted by you
  • Now: Spot enemy vehicles and enable your allies to cause damage to 6 vehicles spotted by you
LT-6

Primary condition

  • Before: Enable your allies to cause damage to 8 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks
  • Now: Enable your allies to cause damage to 6 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks
LT-7

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot and cause damage to 3 SPGs. Destroy 1 SPG
  • Now: Spot and cause damage to 2 SPGs
LT-9

Primary condition

  • Before: Spot 7 vehicles while remaining unspotted
  • Now: Spot 6 vehicles while remaining unspotted
LT-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Enable your allies to cause damage to 5 vehicles by spotting them or destroying their tracks.
MT-15

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 4,000 HP of damage to tank destroyers
  • Now: Cause 3,500 HP of damage to tank destroyers

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive. Win the battle
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause damage to 8 enemy vehicles.
HT-8

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 4,000 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
  • Now: Cause 3,000 HP of Damage to heavy tanks
HT-11

Primary condition

  • Before: Cause 5,000 HP of damage
  • Now: Cause 4,000 HP of Damage
HT-14

Primary condition

  • Before: Destroy 8 vehicles of 3 different types
  • Now: Destroy 7 vehicles of 3 different types
HT-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Win the battle
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause 25% of total amount of damage caused by your team.
TD-9

Primary condition

  • Before: Score 7 armor-penetrating hits in a row
  • Now: Score 6 armor-penetrating hits in a row
TD-15  

Secondary condition

  • Before: Destroy 5 vehicles
  • Now: Win the battle. Destroy 6 vehicles
SPG-15

Secondary condition

  • Before: Survive
  • Now: Win the battle. Cause 4,000 HP of damage.

Bonds and Awards 

Starting with Update 9.20.1, the Epic Medals and Battle Heroes achievements will be additionally rewarded with Bonds. Exceptions are accumulative medals. The number of Bonds is not final and might change.

Improvements to the Grand Battle

The following changes were made to this battle type:

  1. Message about victory or defeat: added a new message about victory of defeat so that players know when and why the battle ended. The message displays separate animations for victory, defeat, and draw. The additional text provides information why the battle is over. When a battle ends because the base is captured, the progress bar of base capturing gets locked right before the message is displayed to show that the battle outcome cannot be changed. This functionality globally applies to all Random and Ranked Battles.
  2. Updated the reward tooltips that describe different completion conditions for the Grand Battle and other types of Random Battles. They were changed for simplicity of perception.
  3. Improved the HUD in the Grand Battle: transparency of the team list background was decreased to make information more legible on light backgrounds (sky, water, etc.) Borders were added in the top panel to make the empty progress bars more distinctive.

Improvements to Bootcamp

Changes:

  • Disabled irrelevant options in the context menus of the vehicle research window, Tech Tree, and vehicle panel
  • Balanced the rewards (credits and experience) for victory and defeat when completing Bootcamp
  • Rewards received for completion of Bootcamp are displayed in the Notification Center
  • Added a notification that the reward is not received for repeated Bootcamp completion
  • Crew recruiting window was made more informative

Fixes:

  • Fixed issues related to inappropriate display of some interface elements in the Colorblind mode
  • Fixed issues related to saving and restoring the settings when entering Bootcamp and quitting it (vehicle panel and reticles)
  • Fixed issues related to inappropriate display of some game hints (losing concealment when shooting, returning to the base circle)
  • Fixed the rare issue related to inappropriate display of the Skip Tutorial button
  • Battle results were removed from the Notification Center in the mode
  • Fixed the issue related to display of the EULA window, when the game client is restarted
  • Updated the vehicle characteristics in the loading screens of Bootcamp
  • Music in battle, Garage, and in the final Bootcamp video no longer overlap
  • Added reward descriptions to the victory screen
  • Fixed issues related to bot behavior
  • Fixed the issues related to display of map borders

Reworked a number of vehicles to HD quality

Vehicles that have been remodeled in HD:

  1. M6
  2. T-34-3
  3. Batignolles-Châtillon 155 mle. 58
  4. Batignolles-Châtillon 155 mle. 55
  5. Vickers Medium Mk. I
  6. Valentine
  7. Vickers Medium Mk. II
  8. Churchill I
  9. Valentine AT
  10. STB-1
  11. Valentine II
  12. Object 416
  13. T-150
  14. KV-4
  15. T-44-122

Switching to Wwise 2017.1.1

Switched to the new version, Wwise 2017.1.1, which allows further sound improvements.

Changes to vehicles

U.K.

Changes to the Tech Tree:

  • FV215b is replaced with the Super Conqueror

Changes to the technical characteristics of the following vehicles:

  • Caernarvon
    • Changed the name of the second turret from Centurion Action X* to Centurion 32-pdr
    • Added OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II with the ammo rack capacity of 50 shells to the Centurion 32-pdr. turret Basic technical characteristics are as follows:
    • gun elevation angle: 18 degrees
    • gun depression angle: -10 degrees
    • dispersion at 100 m: 0.34
    • reload time: 6.5 s
    • aiming time: 2.3 s
    • Added the APCBC Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 280
      • penetration: 220 mm
      • shell velocity: 878 m/s
    • Added the APDS Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 280
      • penetration: 252 mm
      • shell velocity: 1098 m/s
    • Added the HE Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 370
      • penetration: 47 mm
      • shell velocity: 878 m/s
    • Removed OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel with the ammo rack capacity of 60 shells for the Centurion Action X* turret
    • Removed OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel with the ammo rack capacity of 60 shells for the Centurion Action X* turret
    • Removed the AP Mk. 1 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel
    • Removed the APC Mk. 2 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel
    • Removed the HE Mk. 3 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel
    • Removed the AP Mk. 1 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel
    • Removed the APC Mk. 2 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel
    • Removed the HE Mk. 3 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel
    • Changed load capacity of the FV221A suspension from 63,000 kg to 64,000 kg
    • Increased dispersion during movement of the FV221 suspension by 12%
    • Increased dispersion during movement of the FV221A suspension by 14%
    • Increased dispersion on hull traverse of the FV221 suspension by 12%
    • Increased dispersion on hull traverse of the FV221A suspension by 14%
    • Increased dispersion on turret traverse of the OQF 17-pdr Gun Mk. VII for the Centurion 32-pdr turret by 25%
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the Centurion Mk. II turret from 30 deg/s to 26 deg/s.
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the Centurion 32-pdr turret from 36 deg/s to 30 deg/s.
    • Improved hull and turret armor.
    • Changed the elevation angle of OQF 17-pdr Gun Mk. VII for the Centurion Mk. II turret from 15 degrees to 18 degrees
    • Changed the depression angle of OQF 17-pdr Gun Mk. VII for the Centurion Mk. II turret from -8 degrees to -10 degrees
  • Conqueror
    • Changed the name of the first turret from Centurion Action X** to Conqueror Mk. II
    • Changed the name of the second turret from Conqueror Mk. II to Conqueror Mk. II ABP
    • Added OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II with the ammo rack capacity of 50 shells to the Conqueror Mk. II turret Basic technical characteristics are as follows:
      • gun elevation angle: 15 degrees
      • gun depression angle: -7 degrees
      • dispersion at 100 m: 0.33
      • reload time: 5.9 s
      • aiming time: 2.1 s
    • Added OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II with the ammo rack capacity of 50 shells to the Conqueror Mk. II ABP turret Basic technical characteristics are as follows:
      • gun elevation angle: 15 degrees
      • gun depression angle: -7 degrees
      • dispersion at 100 m: 0.33
      • reload time: 5.9 s
      • aiming time: 2.1 s
    • Added the APCBC Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 280
      • penetration: 220 mm
      • shell velocity: 878 m/s
    • Added the APDS Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 280
      • penetration: 252 mm
      • shell velocity: 1098 m/s
    • Added the HE Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 370
      • penetration: 47 mm
      • shell velocity: 878 m/s
    • Removed OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel with the ammo rack capacity of 65 shells for the Centurion Action X** turret
    • Removed OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel with the ammo rack capacity of 65 shells for the Centurion Action X** turret
    • Removed OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel with the ammo rack capacity of 65 shells for the Conqueror Mk. II turret
    • Removed OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel with the ammo rack capacity of 65 shells for the Conqueror Mk. II turret
    • Removed the AP Mk. 1 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel
    • Removed the APC Mk. 2 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel
    • Removed the HE Mk. 3 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type A Barrel
    • Removed the AP Mk. 1 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel
    • Removed the APC Mk. 2 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel
    •  Removed the HE Mk. 3 shell for OQF 20-pdr Gun Type B Barrel
    • Changed load capacity of the Conqueror Mk. I suspension from 65,004 kg to 65,504 kg
    • Changed the reload time of 120 mm Gun L1A1 for the Conqueror Mk. II ABP turret from 10.5 s to 11.3 s
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the Conqueror Mk. II turret from 36 deg/s to 30 deg/s.
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the Conqueror Mk. II ABP turret from 34 deg/s to 32 deg/s.
    • Improved hull and turret armor.
  • FV215b
    • The FV215b was transferred to the special category
    • Changed the purchase cost from 6,100,000 credits to 5 gold.
  • Centurion Mk. I
    • Improved turret armor
  • Centurion Mk. 7/1
    • Improved turret armor
  •  Challenger
    • Added OQF 32-pdr AT Gun Mk. II with the ammo rack capacity of 30 shells to the Avenger turret Basic technical characteristics are as follows:
      • gun elevation angle: 20 degrees
      • gun depression angle: -10 degrees
      • gun traverse angles: -60/60 degrees
      • dispersion at 100 m: 0.35
      • reload time: 7.8 s
      • aiming time: 2 s
    • Added the APCBC Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr AT Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 280
      • penetration: 220 mm
      • shell velocity: 878 m/s
    • Added the APDS Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr AT Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 280
      • penetration: 252 mm
      • shell velocity: 1098 m/s
    • Added the HE Mk. 3 shell for OQF 32-pdr AT Gun Mk. II. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 370
      • penetration: 47 mm
      • shell velocity: 878 m/s
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the Challenger turret from 14 deg/s to 16 deg/s
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the Avenger turret from 16 deg/s to 18 deg/s
  • FV4202
    • Improved turret armor
    • Changed the engine power of the Rolls-Royce Meteorite 202B engine from 510 h.p. to 650 h.p.
  • Charioteer
    • Changed the gun depression angle for OQF 20-pdr AT Gun Type A Barrel from -5 deggees to -9 degrees
    • Changed the gun depression angle for OQF 20-pdr AT Gun Type B Barrel from -5 deggees to -9 degrees
    • Changed the gun depression angle of 105 mm AT Gun L7 from -5 degrees to -10 degrees
  • FV4004 Conway
    • Added B.L. 5.5-in. AT Gun with the ammo rack capacity of 30 shells to the FV4004 Conway turret Basic technical characteristics are as follows:
      • gun elevation angle: 10 degrees
      • gun depression angle: -10 degrees
      • gun traverse angles: -90/90 degrees
      • dispersion at 100 m: 0.38
      • reload time: 14.4 s
      • aiming time: 2.4 s
    • Added the AP Mk. 1 shell to B.L. 5.5-in. AT Gun Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 600
      • penetration: 260 mm
      • shell velocity: 850 m/s
    • Added the HE Mk. 1T shell to B.L. 5.5-in. AT Gun. Shell characteristics are as follows:
      • damage: 770
      • penetration: 70 mm
      • shell velocity: 850 m/s
    • Added the HESH Mk. 1 shell to B.L. 5.5-in. AT Gun
      • damage: 770
      • penetration: 200 mm
      • shell velocity: 850 m/s
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the FV4004 Conway turret from 16 deg/s to 18 deg/s
    • Changed the gun depression angle of 120 mm AT Gun L1A1 for the FV4004 Conway turret from -5 degrees to -10 degrees
    • Changed the top speed from 35 km/h to 50 km/h
  • FV4005 Stage II
    • Added the Rolls-Royce Griffon engine. Basic technical characteristics of the engine are as follows:
      • engine power: 950 h.p.
      • chance of engine fire: 20%
    • Removed the Rolls-Royce Meteor Mk. IVB engine
    • Decreased dispersion on turret traverse of the 183 mm L4 gun for the FV4005 Stage II turret by 12%
    • Changed the turret traverse speed of the FV4005 Stage II turret from 12 deg/s to 16 deg/s
    • Changed the gun depression angle of the 183 mm L4 gun for the FV4005 Stage II turret from -5 degrees to -10 degrees
    • Changed the gun traverse angles of the 183 mm L4 gun for the FV4005 Stage II turret from 45 degrees to 90 degrees on both sides
    • Changed the ammo rack capacity of the 183 mm L4 gun for the FV4005 Stage II turret from 12 to 20 shells
    • Changed the top speed from 35 km/h to 50 km/h
    • Changed the reverse speed from 12 km/h to 15 km/h
  • Centurion Action X
    • Improved turret armor

Germany

Added the following vehicle for testing by Supertest players:

  • Kanonenjagdpanzer 105

Changes to the technical characteristics of the following vehicles:

  • Rheinmetall Panzerwagen
    • Decreased dispersion during movement of the Rheinmetall Panzerwagen suspension by 22%
    • Decreased dispersion on hull traverse of the Rheinmetall Panzerwagen suspension by 22%
    • Decreased dispersion on turret traverse of the 105 mm Kanone gun by 17%
    • Changed the reload time of the 105 mm Kanone gun from 10 s to 9 s
    • Changed the aiming time of the 105 mm Kanone gun from 1.9 s to 1.6 s
    • Changed damage of the Exp. APDS shell for the 105 mm Kanone gun from 360 to 320
    • Changed damage of the Exp. HE shell for the 105 mm Kanone gun from 440 to 420
    • Changed damage of the Exp. HEAT shell for the 105 mm Kanone gun from 360 to 320
    • Changed the ammo rack capacity from 30 to 35

 

China

Changes to the technical characteristics of the following vehicles:

  • Type 59
    • Decreased dispersion during movement of the Type 59 suspension by 22%
    • Decreased dispersion on hull traverse of the Type 59 suspension by 22%
    • Decreased dispersion on turret traverse of the 100 mm Type 59 gun by 25%
    • Changed the aiming time of the 100 mm Type 59 gun from 2.9 s to 2.3 s
  • T-34-3
    • Changed the aiming time of the 122 mm D-25TA gun from 3.4 s to 2.9 s
    • Changed the gun depression angle of the 122 mm D-25TA gun from 0 to -4 degrees
    • Increased armor of the hull and turret.
  • 59-Patton
    • Changed penetration of the AP M318 shell for 90 mm Gun M41 from 190 mm to 212 mm
  • WZ-132-1
    • Increased the ammo rack capacity from 36 to 40 shells

 

U.S.S.R.

Changes to the technical characteristics of the following vehicles:

  • T-100 LT
    • Changed the reload time of the 100 mm Т-100 gun from 8.4 s to 7.8 s.
    • Increased the ammo rack capacity from 38 to 43

 

U.S.A.

Vehicles added:

  • T71 CMCD
  • M48A5 Patton (new model instead of the M48A1 Patton)

Changes to the technical characteristics of the following vehicles:

  • XM551 Sheridan
    • Changed damage of the Exp. APDS shell for 105 mm Lightweight Gun from 360 to 390
    • Changed damage of the Exp. HE shell for 105 mm Lightweight Gun from 440 to 480
    • Changed damage of the Exp. HEAT shell for 105 mm Lightweight Gun from 360 to 390
    • Increased the ammo rack capacity of 105 mm Lightweight Gun for the AR/AAV XM551 Sheridan turret from 37 to 42 shells
  • M41 Walker Bulldog
    • Removed 76 mm Gun T91E5 with the ammo rack capacity of 60 shells for the M41 turret
    • Removed 76 mm Gun T91E5 with the ammo rack capacity of 72 shells for the M41A1 turret
    • Removed the HVAP-DS-T M331A2 shell for 76 mm Gun T91E5
    • Removed the HE M352 shell for 76 mm Gun T91E5
    • Removed the HEAT-T M496 shell for 76 mm Gun T91E5

 

France

Changes to the technical characteristics of the following vehicles:

  • Bat.-Châtillon 155 55
    • Changed the weight of the Bat.-Châtillon 155 55 from 46.33 t to 33.99 t
    • Changed load capacity of the Batignolles-Châtillon 155 mle. 55 suspension from 47,000 kg to 35,000 kg
    • Changed load capacity of the Batignolles-Châtillon 155 mle. 56 suspension from 50,000 kg to 38,000 kg
    • Changed the engine power of the SOFAM 12 GS/A engine from 810 h.p. to 630 h.p.
    • Changed the engine power of the SOFAM 12 GS engine from 770 h.p. to 600 h.p.
    • Decreased armor of the hull and turret.
  • AMX 13 105
    • Changed damage of the OCC-105 D. 1504 shell from 360 to 390
    • Changed damage of the OE-105-Mle. 60 D. 1504 shell from 440 to 480
    • Changed damage of the OFL-105 D. 1504 shell from 360 to 390
    • Changed the ammo rack capacity from 30 to 33

 

Japan

Changes to the technical characteristics of the following vehicles:

  • STB-1
    • improved turret armor
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