Prototipo Standard B – New pictures

Source: Rykoszet


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New Premiums in the Tech Tree

With the release of version 1.0, in the ingame store there were added new premium tanks:

• T-34-85M (VI, 3750 gold);
• KV-122 (VII, 5950 gold);
• 59-Patton (VIII, 7200 gold).

Before that, the T-34-3 (with preferential MM) was removed from the ingame store.

Update 1.0: MTLS-1G14 Marathon

Source: EU portal.

We want to celebrate the Update 1.0 release by offering up a great event that everyone can enjoy. Whether you play several hours a day or twice a week, you can earn some great goodies by rolling out in the Grand Extravaganza, running from 23 March at 11:00 CET (UTC+1) till 6 April at 12:00 CEST (UTC+2). Mark your calendars, you wouldn’t want to miss out on this!

The Grand Extravaganza has three in-game elements to it: the Super Regionals, the Intel® Trophy Leaderboard, and the MapOut in-game event. All of these have one key underlying theme: Stamps. Earning them will help you get the MTLS-1G14 in the MapOut event, boost your region’s progress in the Super Regionals, and, more importantly, win physical prizes from Intel®.

Wondering how to snatch the most prizes? Don’t worry, we’ll break it down for you.

MapOut Event – Earn Stamps to Win the MTLS-1G14

  • Task: Earn 100 Stamps
  • Prize: Tier III US Premium light tank, MTLS-1G14

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Premium Shop: 1.0 Specials

From EU portal:


Now that one of the biggest updates in the history of World of Tanks is finally available for you to enjoy, we’re going to have an equally huge range of offers available to celebrate this milestone. No less than 18 Tier VIII Premium vehicles are on discount, so use this opportunity to get the vehicles you always wanted!

Available vehicles

Update 1.0: Performance First Aid Kit

From EU portal.

You’ve downloaded Update 1.0 and it’s time to start playing, but performance issues stop you from enjoying the game? We’re here to help you out. No matter your setup, here are some general tips on how to get your system up and running again.

Get the latest drivers for your graphics card

Both Nvidia, AMD, and Intel regularly update drivers for their respective cards. The latest drivers will usually improve performance, especially for the newest games. Head to their websites to find the latest version. Make sure to match the drivers to your operating system and your specific model of graphics card. If you’re not sure which card you have, both sites offer an automatic detection tool to get you the right package.

Check the guide to updating video card driver to ensure correct installation:

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