In the first launch of Frontline 2023, you’ll be able to experience same-tier 30v30 battles on a brand-new desert map called Fata Morgana. This huge 3×3 km location will take you to the heated sands of Northern Africa.
Fata Morgana has a wide variety of landscapes: Here you will find a rocky canyon, the ruins of an ancient castle, shady caves, and lush oases. But the most spectacular parts of this sandy locale are a huge oil refinery and a coastal town with traditional architecture. Check it out!
In the upcoming Episode of Frontline, all players will get an additional 1.5% bonus to their crew major qualifications for each General they have in their team. The maximum number of Generals on a team for which you can get a bonus is limited to 10.
Combat Reserves now get new levels all together and simultaneously. You will upgrade them to Level II upon reaching the Captain rank and to Level III upon reaching the Major rank.
Field Repairs will restore all damaged modules upon activation.
Minefield will now have a three-second activation timer after being deployed. During this time, mines will not be active and won’t cause damage to enemy vehicles.
Service Record Page Update
The Service Record page in the Garage in its current form has not changed for a long time. To update it and make it more informative and useful, we’ve redesigned its interfaces, added WTR, and implemented the ability to customize your combat achievements.
In addition to the familiar parameters, such as the total number of battles fought and average damage, now your main statistics page will display several new ones: maximum blocked damage, assistance and damage records, as well as the total number of vehicles destroyed. Take a look!
We’ve also replaced Personal Rating with WTR as a more representative system of the player’s actual performance and reworked its visuals. It will be divided into the following five groups:
Each group consists of three mastery levels, meaning there will be 15 levels in total, each with its own unique visual style. A certain number of WTR points is required to achieve each level. Now you can also get a better idea of how many WTR points you need to earn to reach a new level.
Your current WTR rating visualization will directly depend on your results: The more effectively you perform in a battle, the higher your mastery level.
About the WTR Rating System
Check out our handy public test guide with all the details about Common Tests, Sandbox Tests, and Supertests.
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 May 4, 23:59 CEST (UTC+1) 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.
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