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Soviet Heavies Solidly Roll into World of Tanks with 7.3 Update

Wargaming.net announced today that update 7.3 is now available for its highly acclaimed armored warfare MMO World of Tanks.

Update 7.3 brings substitutions and additions to the line of Soviet heavy tanks, splitting the line into two branches. Leading the way through the redesigned tech tree, the update moves the IS-4 tank into tier 10 of its own heavyweight line with KV-4 and ST-I. The KV-3 has moved from tier 6 to tier 7, and freed the slot for another newcomer, T-150.

New gameplay elements introduced in the 7.3 include the addition of a new battle arena, the South Coast, and the first map set in Asia, the Dragon's Ridge.

"These new machines should give players a taste for big and powerful heavies," said World of Tanks Producer Mike Jivets. "With the help of the upcoming battle arenas, the game will get a fresh look from both a visual and tactical point of view."

Posted: 8th May 2012 by CMBF
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World of Tanks, PC, MMO,

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