General News Discuss on Forum With so many new nations joining World of Tanks lately, we’ve had little time to really appreciate some of the smaller additions as of late. Below you’ll learn about some of the unusual characteristics of this vehicle, its history, and some strategies to take on the battlefield. It suffered the fate of many interesting vehicles that were thought up in the post-war era, when the American tank manufacturing industry was very rich in ideas but became increasingly poor in funding. The few available records say that its development began in the early s when the US Ordnance Committee ordered a new light tank with very specific characteristics, aimed at replacing the T41E1 — which itself had already been the improved successor of an upgrade of the experimental light tank T Being the third generation of an experimental vehicle, the T71 was meant to continue the same bold nature by sporting a heavy 90mm calibre gun on a 20 ton light weight structure. Manufacturers such as the Detroit Arsenal Tank Plant put forward their plans featuring an oscillating turret that would be able to handle the recoil of the cannon. This was a rather unusual technology that was only used in a couple of tanks worldwide. As the tank was meant to be carried airborne, its ultimate weight had to be reduced even further, which limited its possible armament to a 76mm gun, but in turn enabled the use of an auto-loader. The designers had bet on quantity over quality, giving the tank an impressive firing rate before the unavoidable drum reload of course and an ammo rack capable of carrying up to 60 shells of different types. Light and equipped with a decent AOI engine in the rear hull for agile quickness, the engineers thought they had created a nimble scout and artillery support tank.
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Jul 29, · [MMO] World of Tanks. It seems to have had HE ammo as stock, FYI. # Craig, Jul 28, Nintendesert Diamond Member. Joined: Mar 28, Plus the lowe gets favourable matchmaking compared to the other tier 8’s taking everything into account the lowe is the best tier 8 heavy imo. For purely combat alone and no other factors it.
I wrote that I have the hunch of World of Tanks being a rigged game, where via matchmaking, tinkering with penetration and probably hit chances and damage numbers the developers guarantee that everyone remains close to the average in terms of kills and wins, so no one quits either because of “too easy”, nor “im pwned by nolifers lol”. The title is misleading because I still don’t and can’t have a real proof. What I have is something that very much correlate to my theory and has one alternative explanation only: My girlfriend and me started new accounts.
The idea is that the Marder II has mm penetration, therefore it can penetrate everything it can face if the match is unrigged and even if its penetration is halved, still can penetrate everything but T5 heavy front armor. Its gun dispersion is small and and the minimum shell damage is OK too. So the Marder II can ignore rigging and has the results that an unrigged match would provide.
What results am I talking about? Yes, top 5 reached with a tank that can’t be stealth-nerfed. And the matches were weird too.
You honestly can’t even put anything below Tier X since they’re obviously the best. And armor to match. This is a tank made from the steel wall medal. Impenetrable to anything other than arty, KV 2, and T It has best pen and damage in its tier and turret is just beyond owerpowered for tier 8.
Aug 24, · Premium match making tanks – posted in General Discussion: ok i would like to know what tanks for premiums actually have premium matchmaking cause no ware on the site or tank list in the garage does it say what ones have it.
Matchmaking Matchmaking The composition of tanks in each team is a task of matchmaker. It works in following manner. It takes one tank from the queue and looks at his tier. For example it is IS – russian heavy with tier 7. The matchmaker takes the corresponding line from the table below and sees that the IS has battle tiers from 7 till 9. Randomly is the tier for battle selected.
The player has control over the vehicle’s movement, firing, and can communicate with allied players through typed or voice chat. A simple random match is won either by destroying all vehicles on the opposing team or capturing the opposing team’s base. There are other game modes that change the rules of the battle, but gameplay mechanics remain the same. World of Tanks contains multiple game mechanics such as camouflage, shell ricochets, and module damage. Game modes The players in World of Tanks can choose six primary types of battles:
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Because of my camo netting I wasn’t showing up on their radars. And this is what pissed me off, a Russian KV tank rolled up the hill and behind me, I knew I wasn’t visible to it so I waited until he went past and I cam out and started firing into his rear, every shot deflecting, he turned his turret round to look at me, but then turned it back and went to the crest of the hill and starting shooting at my team mates.
I sat there at point blank range and blasted 20 shells into his real armour while he totally ignored me until an enemy SPG took me out in a single hit from the other side of the map. I suppose that’s all you can do until I can afford to be in an imba tank myself or they fix their game. Getting behind an enemy tank, even if yours is comparatively small and fast is no small feat as you are usually spotted a long way off and this game heavily favours being immobile, in cover, camping.
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Discuss Updated We spoke at length about the improved matchmaker in the Common Test announcement. How It Works The improved matchmaker builds two teams with several key criteria in mind. Its goal is to get you in a battle quick and make sure the two teams it assembles are: Comparable in their aggregate combat parameters Diverse in vehicle types and versatile enough to provide an engaging gaming experience Balanced in a way that gives both sides a chance at victory To do so the system analyzes vehicles in the queue and chooses one out of a set of templates; server-side algorithms with team makeups that define the tier spread and vehicle distribution at the top, middle and bottom of the list.
The variant you land depends on the queue composition, but whichever you get, there will be no battles where vehicles in the middle are outnumbered by those at the top. No fewer vehicles in the middle than at the top No fewer vehicles at the bottom than in the middle This way, the matchmaker ensures that regardless of your position on the list, there are always enough players in the same position on your team to have a real chance in battle. In this case, you can get a two-level or single-level battle.
However, if it sees that this will have you waiting for quite a while, it will match you into a battle with a suitable tier split. Creating a Battle Step 1. Defining the battle tier spread and game mode. First, the matchmaker defines the number of tankers and Platoons suitable for each battle tier and game mode. It analyzes the modes each player flagged for a battle session, vehicles they chose for a battle, their tier and whether they follow regular or special matchmaking rules.
Creating two evenly assembled teams. Having defined the battle tier spread and battle mode, the system tries to match players in teams based on team balance requirements and limitations:
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Dec 14, · Matchmaking for Stock tanks – posted in General Discussion: Everyones been in the situation where you just got enough exp and credit to research the next tank, only for you start over on the long and boring death streaks. Wargaming needs to improve the matchmaking so that stock tanks cant be placed in 2 higher tier matches. It sucks, really suck. Like. Comment.
Whether vehicles are stock or fully researched, how they are equipped, nor crew skill is taken into account by the match-maker. Vehicle Tier Vehicle tier is not taken into consideration when balancing teams. This is a common misconception among players. For example, under the current rules a tier 8 medium can be matched against a tier 7 heavy tank.
The only relevance of vehicle tier is to determine the battle tier. However, the top tanks of each team have the same vehicle tier due to the current balancing rules. The vehicle tier should be taken into consideration as it reflects a preordained operating range of a vehicle also known as classification. The range of each tier gradually increases with technology and tiers can overlap.
If you are in a platoon, the entire platoon is placed into battles according to the platoon member in the vehicle with the highest battle tier. This can produce unwanted results in particular for new players at the lower tiers. For example, a tier 4 scout can enter battles up to tier 7, whereas a tier 4 medium tank on its own can only join battles up to tier 6. If these platoon together, the scout will pull the other tank up into its battle tier, where the other tank will usually be hopelessly outclassed.
Reply on December 14, Cheats players and constant Hacks plus Fake names are everywhere making your team worthless due to the amount of fake names Cheaters that abound this game. Please tell me how the game is before I play it. Nothing against those Russians, but in this game they have a ridiculously unfair advantage of being able to buy equipments for half the price that Europeans or Americans have to pay.
This is probably to push non-Russians into buying more and more using the currency of their country which is more valuable to Tanki than RussianRoubles to catch-up with the Russian majority. Again, as mentioned by loads of others, nothing against those Russians, but they sure love cheating.
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TMC Archives Disclaimer — Depending on your territory some of these vehicles may not be available for sale at the time of writing. Others may be limited edition, which are occasionally on sale. It has been a while — nearly a year — since we reviewed any Premium tanks here at TMC. Before we start, people ask the question — or indeed forget to ask the question — why bother with Premium tanks? There are a few reasons you may want to own one or more. The first is they earn cash — more per battle than the equivalent non-Premium of the same Tier — and their ammunition is typically cheaper than standard tanks.
The second is crew training. A Premium tank can use the crew from another tank of the same class.
But you can trade with your 76mm armed and lower tanks now effectively. This tank and the amx 13 57 GF were two high tier light premiums both now are just Overpowered status, dare I say. The absolute filth you can dispense on people in those tanks is wrong at times. This tank caries enough, but I have run out once before.
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Prev Dictionary Begin with getting familiar with beginners guide that can be found on the game website. Then play the combat training, which is a tutorial and its icon can be found in the upper left corner of the garage. Training lasts less than 5 minutes and you should complete it since it is awarded with credits and free experience. As for the tanks, it is suggested to start with the Soviet tree.
It is the best for beginners. One, two games with the XXX tank with the basic cannon, turret, engine and you buy T without the crew. You probably won’t be playing with this tank later, so you should only develop modules that allow you to unlock T 37 mm B-3 cannon, MS-1 mod.
You pay your money, you take your choices [Last Updated January 18 ] There are quite a few premium vehicles in World of Tanks, sprinkled across the various nations, classes, and tiers. As stated above; premium vehicles come in a variety of forms, and there are a few limitations on what they can be. Generally speaking and there are exceptions , premium tanks will be slightly inferior to fully upgraded tanks of the same class and tier. They span tiers 2 to 8 and have a few special quirks; as one example, a premium vehicle can use crew trained on vehicles of the same class at no penalty.
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The Matila Black Prince is a Tier 5 premium tank. It does not feature preferential matchmaking. Many say it is an up tiered Matilda, but that is only in the armor. Its gun has a high potential damage, as it is capable of taking apart an enemy in a fire fight. It is at Tier 5, and it will see TIer 6 matches, so don’t rely on the armor, as it is useless against Tier 6 tanks. A Matilda BP player should stay in the rear lines, and semi-snipe around. Its slow speed allows the Matilda BP to catch flankers.
One thing that many players forget is that the armor is not as good as the Matilda in Tier 4. Many forget and try to play the BP as a heavy tank. This will get them destroyed in the first few minutes. A player should wait until an enemy tank fires, and then peek while the enemy is reloading, and melt with pure DPM.