Sweedish Tanks Rolls Into World of Tanks For Consoles

Sweedish Tanks Rolls Into World of Tanks For Consoles

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Sweedish Tanks Rolls Into World of Tanks For Consoles

World of Tanks players on consoles rejoice, you now have new tanks and tech trees! World of Tanks are rolling in the Sweedish vehicles to the game for PS3, PS4 and Xbox as well. There’s over 20 new light, medium and heavy tanks on top of destroyers.

If you’re new and just jumping in, you can start the journey with the tier 1 Strv fm/21 light tank. From there, the entire new Sweedish tech tree is there for you to explore. The new tank destroyers (TD) also comes with a couple of new modes:

DRIVE MODE

This mode is mainly for traveling — when active, the TD has full mobility, but limited gun performance. Its mode indicator is green with two chevrons, and shows how long it takes to get into Siege mode.

SIEGE MODE

Once you find a suitable position and are ready to fire, switch to Siege. In this mode, mobility is reduced, but you’ll get full control of the gun. As an added bonus, if you have a Camouflage Net or Binocular Telescope, they stay active during hull rotation. Its mode indicator is red with crosshairs, and shows how long it takes to switch back to Drive mode.

In addition to new tanks, WoT also has a brand new map, the Murovanka Blizzard. With high winds and blinding snow, your tanks may not be able to light up enemies easily. For all the new information, check out the official post here.

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