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Why shoot your enemies when ramming them is more fun? Welcome to the Destruction Derby player-driven event organized by DCOT! Dust off your trusted four-wheeled steed and show your enemies what you’re made of!
Between January 20 and 27, 2022, the following items will be available:
The CATTB Main Battle Tank was an experimental platform, developed as one of the early steps in the creation of a next generation Abrams Main Battle Tank, also referred to as the Block III Abrams, or M1A3. It was created in the 1980s as a response to the perceived threat of future Soviet super tanks and featured some truly advanced components, such as the XM291 dual caliber cannon that could switch between 120mm and 140mm calibers. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the development of this tank became unnecessary and the program was canceled in the 1990s. You can read more about it in our dedicated article.
In Armored Warfare, the CATTB is a Tier 10 Premium Main Battle Tank and one of the most powerful and versatile MBTs around, devastating its opponents with its signature double-tap feature, allowing it to fire its cannon twice in short order. This allows it to drive around a corner, deal very high amounts of damage and then retreat back into cover, leaving the enemy reeling from the massive blow.
This vehicle is available via Loot Crates, which drop CATTB parts. Collect 100 CATTB parts from these Loot Crates to assemble the whole vehicle.
The Bradley AAWS-H Tank Destroyer was an attempt by Loral Vought to mount four kinetic guided missiles on an extendable arm while using the Bradley IFV chassis as a platform. Kinetic missiles were cutting edge tech back in the 1980s – unlike standard ATGMs, they destroyed the target by their kinetic energy instead of a HEAT warhead, accelerating to several times the speed of sound. There was little to no defense against them, although they did have some drawbacks, which was why they were never adopted in real life. You can read more about the vehicle in our dedicated article.
In Armored Warfare, the Bradley AAWS-H is a Tier 8 Premium Tank Destroyer. It’s an ATGM-based TD, carrying special kinetic missiles that actually become more effective with increasing distance to your target. It is the embodiment of a long-range missile carrier and is perfect for players who prefer sniping to close combat.
The Abrams AGDS (Armored Ground Defense System) was a vehicle concept and proposal, drafted in July 1996 by Dr. Asher H. Sharoni (a former colonel in the Israeli Defense Forces) and Lawrence D. Bacon from a Californian company called Western Design Howden. It was supposed to be an air-defense vehicle, protecting the Abrams formations against flying threats, although its weaponry can be deployed against ground targets as well. The United States were, at the time, sorely lacking a vehicle comparable to the Russian Shilka and one of the ideas was to use the Abrams chassis paired with a new turret to produce an armored AA gun that would be able to keep up with the American tank units. This plan was never realized and the vehicle stayed only on paper but you can play the Abrams AGDS in Armored Warfare and experience what it would have been like, had it ever been deployed.
In Armored Warfare, the Abrams AGDS is a very unique Tier 9 Premium Tank Destroyer. What makes it so special are its two large guided missile launchers capable of firing an incredibly devastating volley within seconds. The AGDS can devastate practically every opponent on the battlefield with a single salvo, making it one of the best and most effective mid-to-long range vehicles in the game. At close ranges, it can rely on excellent frontal turret protection and its two 35mm autocannons to keep enemies at bay until the missile launcher reloads to unleash another deadly swarm of missiles. The Abrams AGDS is one of the most feared vehicles in Armored Warfare!
The Armored Warfare version of the Griffin Light Tank is based on an early 2016 tech demonstrator, intended to show the U.S. military during the AUSA 2016 conference that General Dynamics meant business. It was built as a private venture; effectively a scaled-up example of General Dynamics was capable of providing when it came to highly mobile vehicles with a lot of firepower for the U.S. airborne forces. The U.S. Army was impressed and the design has since evolved into what is generally referred to as the MPF Light Tank. You can read more about this vehicle in our dedicated article.
In Armored Warfare, the Griffin 120mm is a Tier 8 Premium Light Tank and a powerful, fast machine, armed not only with its 120mm cannon, but also with special ammunition types, making it deadly at any distance. Few Tier 9 vehicles can match its sheer ferocity on the battlefield.
Please note: In order to use Battle Coins, you need to obtain the access to the Wars of the Past Battle Path.
Commander Loot Crate
This week, we’ve prepared another special offer for you in the form of a brand new Commander Loot Crate, featuring, amongst other things, some of the rarest commanders in the game!
This Loot Crate gives you the opportunity to obtain the following items:
Commander Ofelia Kitescu
Commander Austin Harper
Commander Alexander Cortez
Commander Alisa Korhonen
Commander Erin O’Connell
Commander Jorge Alvarez
Commander Joshua Seagrove
Commander Fyodor Sokolov
Platinum Commander XP Insignia tokens
Gold Commander XP Insignia tokens
We’re implementing a new mechanic to the MY.GAMES Market Loot Crates (no worries – the in-game crates will remain the same). The mechanic is simple – instead of purchasing the Loot Crates, you purchase keys to them, which you then use to unlock them.
However, please note:
Discounts do not apply to Loot Crates, but rather to Keys
It is possible to buy multiple keys for a single chest type
Keys belong to individual Loot Crates (that is, a key to a Commander Loot Crate purchased now is not guaranteed to work on a Commander Loot Crate a month down the line)
Keys can be found in a separate Market section
We hope that you will enjoy the offer and, as always:
On the 20th of January 2022, starting from 8:00 CET (19th of January, 11 PM PST), the server will not be available for 5 hours due to the application of Update 0.38.8675
List of Update 0.38.8675 Changes
Type 62 to Type 59 Switch
As announced earlier, we are switching the Tier 1 Type 62 Light Tank for the Type 59 Main Battle Tank as well as changing Type 59’s performance compared to the Type 62. For more information, please visit our dedicated article.
Fixed an issue where some players received incorrect Loot Crates and Battle Coin tokens from weekend Special Operations by exchanging the incorrect crates and tokens for the correct ones
Fixed the way the Damage per Minute value in your Garage is calculated for autocannons to properly take the new overheat mechanic into account (the values themselves did not change, only the way they are displayed in the UI)
Bradley FV: Fixed the collision model of this vehicle
Griffin 50mm: Fixed an issue where its commander was incorrectly placed in its (unmanned) turret
KTO Rosomak: Fixed an issue where it was impossible to have the Improved Weapon Cooling System installed together with other modules
Leopard 2 Revolution: Fixed the Wallbreaker skin appearance (returned the barbed wire to the gun)
M48 GAU-8: Fixed the Warmaster skin appearance (the flying optics issue)
Marder 2: Added the Troop Compartment module to the vehicle
T-72B3: Improved this vehicle’s visual model quality
T-72B3: Slightly adjusted this vehicle’s armor layout
T-72B3: Fixed this vehicle’s turret frontal hull ERA to corresponds to the T-90 layout (yes, this is a buff)
VBR: Fixed the PELE shell penetration so that its penetration drop starts at 150m instead of 140m
ZBD-86: Fixed the appearance of decals
Carson City: Fixed the car model in sector J6 (the car wouldn’t get destroyed when driving over it, making tanks stuck)
Carson City: Fixed an issue where it was exceedingly difficult and slow to drive up some slopes
Carson City: Fixed several rocks and stones in order for player vehicles not to clip into them
Carson City: Fixed a number of small visual issues
Burning Grounds Special Operation: Fixed an issue where it was possible to trigger some dialogues and objectives prematurely and thus skipping parts of the mission
Today, we’d like to tell you more about another Russian-themed asset that we will be introducing together with the previously mentioned Expo camouflage – the T-72B3 Defender skin.
As you already know, the T-72B3 we have in the game is based on an older T-72B3 model (the 2011 variant) and it features a number of skins already. However, these skins are tied to an event that made the type famous – the Tank Biathlon. As such, they feature bright, colored camouflages.
The Defender skin is different. It’s based on a real-life combat unit T-72B3 that participated in the Zapad (“West”) series of military exercises, specifically the Zapad-2017 one that took place in Belarus and Russia in the September of 2017. The tactical number and unit designation 697 belongs to an actual T-72B3 as seen on the Borisovsky proving ground in the Minsk area, likely belonging to Russia’s 6th Tank Brigade “Chenstokovskaya”, which is officially armed with this type of tanks. Historically, the unit was armed with the 2011 model but has upgraded to the 2016 model since.
The brigade was formed in Mulino in 2009 but its roots are much older, going back to the Second World War. The tactical marking next to the number likely points to the Brigade’s 3rd Tank Battalion.
As for the white stripes on the side, contrary to popular belief, these do not mark a vehicle as an invasion one, although they are best known from the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia. There are apparently no clear rules for their use – their general purpose is to prevent friendly fire (especially by friendly aircraft) but that’s about it. They have been used practically since the Second World War but their deployment is left to the discretion of the unit’s commanding officer. In this case, they simply mark the vehicle during the exercises.
This skin will be available later in February. We hope that you’ll enjoy it and, as always:
As you probably see by the title, after 18+ years, we are closing down our site for good. Unfortunately, due to tough times with the economy, and the lack of enough donations to keep our community afloat, I
’Tis the season for scammers to come out of the wood works and take you for all you got. We here at HSX & Evo Xtreme, hope all of you have a safe and happy holidays. But we also like to warn you that there