World of Tanks Season 10 Coming In September With Significant Changes

World of Tanks will reach Season 10 in September, and Wargaming announced the new season on the Global Map along with its upcoming improvements and several significant changes. World of Tanks Season 10 will commence in September, as mentioned, and will end in December.

World of Tanks is one of the most popular multiplayer game, playable online, with millions of gamers from around the world. World of Tanks is owned by Wargaming, a Belarusian company that now has offices scattered all over the world, from London to Sidney, and with game servers that host battles spread across almost all continents, from Europe to the Asian side of Russia, the United States, or Australia and New Zealand.

The game’s goal is to fight for the world’s domination and involves only tank battles, while, behind the scenes, the clans can discuss alliances, non-aggression pacts, and various strategies that would benefit al the parts involved.

The new World of Tanks Season 10 to come out with significant changes

The most exciting change in the upcoming season in World of Tanks allows clans to transfer provinces within their Alliances. Besides, the upcoming Season 10 would permit a clan to attack main or subordinate groups.

Another addition regards the Convoys which are the resources of the clans. With the World of Tanks Season 10, supplies can be delivered from one clan to another within Alliances only via Convoys. On the other hand, if an enemy defeats you in a battle, you’ll lose some of the resources, your opponent stealing them from your Convoys.

However, that could, in fact, motivate your allies to fight better.

Although we don’t have an exact date, World of Tanks Season 10 is coming in September. In the meantime, train hard in battles, work your strategies with your allies, and enjoy one of the most popular games of the moment.

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