WoT 1.19.1: Common Test 3 Is Here!

The third round of testing ahead of Update 1.19.1 has begun. Make sure to check out the upcoming changes listed in the patch notes below and in the previous announcements:
CT 1 and CT 2. Please continue to provide your feedback and suggestions in the forum.

Frontline will be available for the duration of the Common Test. To thank you for your time and engagement, we’ll credit useful rewards to your main account.

50 bonds and 9 directives (three of each type below):

  • Orderly Ammo Rack
  • Vent Purge
  • Stabilizer Greasing
  • 50 bonds
  • 1 Retraining Order
  • 50 bonds
  • 1 day of WoT Premium Account

You can only receive all the above rewards once per account for all the Common Tests you participate in. Only battles in which you have reached the rank of Sergeant or above are counted. Rewards will be credited within seven days after the end of the final Common Test of Update 1.19.1 in January 2023.

Fixed Issues and Improvements

  • Fixed the issue of the Band of Brothers perk being displayed as Brothers in Arms in some cases.
  • Fixed some UI issues.
  • Fixed some localization issues.

Check out our handy public test guide with all the details about Common Tests, Sandbox Tests, and Supertests.


— Test client installer —

To take part, you’ll need the Wargaming.net Game Center (WGC), the latest Common Test game client, and a Wargaming.net account created prior to the cut-off date (see below).


All Wargaming.net accounts created before July 30, at 23:59 CEST can participate in the test.

Download and Install the Test Client


  • Run the test client installer.
  • Choose a different installation folder from where your regular World of Tanks game files are.
  • Select the freshly installed test client from the dropdown menu at the top of the WGC.
  • Roll out—and remember to pass on your feedback!

You can find more details about the WGC in the dedicated Wargaming.net Game Center guide.

11 thoughts on “WoT 1.19.1: Common Test 3 Is Here!

  1. They really nerfed the bz line and left them, actual trash now lmao. Hopefully they buff them before live server otherwise they’re DOA.

    1. You don’t get how a common test work you knob.
      First test they try op stats then second test they try nerfed stats then final version will be in the middle stats

      1. Where did you hear such a thing? the purpose is to determine possible optimal stats throughout the test server and reducing accuracy from 0.4 to 0.42 does not transform from op vehicle to normal vehicle.

        1. Well the T8 has now defender gun handling and almost 122tm dpm that’s one of the worst combo I can imagine. 1st version of it was OK but now I’m not sure how it will work.

          1. A very simple answer will not work, the purpose of the test is as I said above but how strong most tanks will be is actually decided at the draft stage and unfortunately the balancing department can’t do its job properly most of the time, collecting data for them and then buffing the tanks means less problems for them especially for special mechanics tanks

      2. Yeah you’re not a 47% player, I’d shoot lower personally, since you don’t seem to actually know how common test works. 3 iterations before live comes around. The BZ line has nothing going for it now, especially the tier 10, bad derpy gun, armor that doesn’t work, too many weakspots, bad mobility. Yeah sure it has 6 booster charges that make it almost as fast as half the heavies nowadays. Lmao.

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