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GAME WITH HISTORY
REAL BATTLE LOCATIONS RECREATED
IN-GAME

Our military history specialists thoroughly study historical battle locations, paying close attention to the ground relief and architecture of the period.

It enables 3D designers to create authentic battle arenas that mirror their real life counterparts as much as possible.

As a result, players can immerse themselves into the heart of real tank battles, unfolding on maps where every detail is brimming with history.

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Ambitious Prototypes

The T57 Heavy. This heavy tank was envisioned with an oscillating turret and an autoloader. Its thick front armor and molded hull would allow the vehicle to directly attack any opponent it might encounter.

tanks
  • 120 mm
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    Gun caliber

  • 54.4 t
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    Total weight

  • 203 mm
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    Thickness of front armor

Revive Legendary Armored Warriors

Т-34, the most famous tank produced during World War II. A unique feature of this vehicle was the candle suspension with spiral absorber. The T-34 was a breakthrough in tank construction thanks to its sloped armor and the simplicity of its production.

tanks
  • 85,000
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    Produced

  • 30 t
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    Total weight

  • 500 h. p.
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    Diesel engine
    power

Crush the Opposition with Heavyweight Giants

The mighty Maus: a super heavy tank of daunting size. A 1,250 h. p. engine set this enormous vehicle in motion. Its armor was 240 mm thick and the gun’s penetration was one of a kind.

tanks
  • 240 mm
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    Gun mantlet armor thickness

  • 188.9 t
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    Total weight

  • 128 mm
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    KwK-44 L/55
    gun caliber

Relive the Exploits of Iconic Tank Aces

Earn battle awards devoted to the great achievements of the best WW2 tank commanders.

Kolobanov’s Medal
Kolobanov’s Medal

Awarded to a player who stands alone against five or more enemy tanks or self-propelled artillery and wins.

HISTORICAL REFERENCE

Zinoviy Kolobanov was a Soviet tank ace, senior lieutenant and heavy tank squadron commander during WW2. At the battle of Krasnogvargeysk, Kolobanov and his KV-1 alone destroyed 22 German vehicles from the ambush near Gatchina. In all, Kolobanov’s troop, which consisted of five KV-1 tanks along with the Leningrad militia, crashed 43 German tanks that were attacking Leningrad on August 20, 1941.

Fadin’s Medal
Fadin’s Medal

Awarded for destroying the last enemy vehicle in the battle with the last round of ammunition.

HISTORICAL REFERENCE

Aleksandr Fadin was a T-34 commander, hero of the Russian Federation, professor at the Academy of Military Science, author and co-author of over 40 scientific works. Supported by one infantry platoon, Fadin managed to capture and hold the Dashukovka village for 5 hours with one tank, and destroyed 1 tank, 1 half-track, 2 mortars and 18 machine gun nests. His crew also shot down an enemy plane flying over telegraph poles with his tank’s coaxial machine gun. Despite the injuries of two crew members and a deceased turret gunner, the tank managed to capture two German soldiers.

Kolobanov’s Medal
Pool’s Medal

Awarded to players in vehicles of the 5th or higher tier for destroying 10–13 enemy vehicles in one battle. Unavailable in Clan Wars.

HISTORICAL REFERENCE

In June, 1944, Lafayette G. Pool, M4 Sherman tank commander from the 1st Company, 3rd Battalion, 32nd Armored Regiment, 3rd Armored Division, landed in Normandy, and during 80 days of combat engaged in 21 tank battles across France and Belgium. During the battle, Pool and his crew destroyed 258 armored vehicles and self-propelled guns, including 12 tanks and assault guns, and captured 250 enemies.

Kolobanov’s Medal
Nicols’s Medal

Awarded to players in medium tanks who destroy at least four enemy tanks or tank destroyers. The enemy vehicles must be at least two tiers higher.

HISTORICAL REFERENCE

Alfie Nicols was a British tank gunner. In a single day, during the battle of El Alamein, he destroyed nine enemy vehicles. In all, he is credited with destroying 14 enemy vehicles. During WW2, he destroyed 40–50 German tanks.

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