Also some nerfing to the SSSR TDs.
Alot of changes has been made in the world of World of Tanks lately.
A new engine in the version 1.0 launch rolled out in March, introducing new remake of HD maps, also new map in the form of Glacier and much more. If you have not played World of Tanks for a while, or never have, it now looks much nicer than it used to.
Very recently, the game added a new Australian Army tank named of the Centurion Mk5.1 to their line.
This tank is sorted as a Tier VIII Premium tank in WoT roaster.
According to Wargaming, this tank actually existed in the Australian Army between 1950 and 1970, and in the game it features “reinforced front armor, improved machine guns and a more powerful engine”, compared to the British Centurion Mk. V.
The company has increased its focus on Australia of late: as of November last year there are now ANZ servers, which operate between the prime time of 6pm and 2am AEDT.
Less Australia focused, was the introduction of Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon as a playable captain last month.
Check out a trailer about the Cunturion Mk5.1 below: