Now, I don’t usually link Jingles (considering the same or more people watch his videos than read FTR, it’s hardly needed), but you really shouldn’t miss this one. Jingles previews the upcoming competitor of World of Tanks, Armored Warfare. * * Inside (watch for details): - modern tanks (1950′s and onwards) - modern tech (ERA, that protects against guided missiles) Different vehicle classes: - MBT’s (such as T-90A) - TD’s (light wheeled stuff like the Stryker) - LT’s (very fast, maneuverable but decently armed things like Stingray II, apparently it’s not a scout class but an equivalent of MT’s) - light classes can deploy smokescreens. Smokescreens block line of sight and spotting, but light classes can actually spot tanks through smoke and “paint” them for other tank classes - ARV’s are the scouts, they can designate a target, designated enemy tanks take increased damage - SPG’s are the artillery - tank progress not based on nationalities. Jingles is wrong with the EU tree… he could have asked me for example tbh, but meh, whatever. - strong PvE content with coop content and individual objectives - RPG elements in the crew, commander system Also, the Jingles mentioned limited beta, but the term is “technical alpha” and it’s for cca 500 people. And yes, I am one of the people in it too. Should be interesting.

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