Battle Pass: Season V

Get ready to rumble and boost your progress in the revamped Battle Pass, Commanders! The Fifth Season of this epic progression-based activity, comprising three Chapters, will run from June 23, 2021, 08:30 CEST, through September 6, 2021, 06:30 CEST (UTC+2). Showcase your skills in intense battles, dominate the battlefield, and get your hands on a host of sweet rewards!
The new Season features three brand-new progressive styles for the three Core Vehicles. You can get these unique skins for free as Base Rewards and upgrade from Level I to Level IV as you accrue Battle Pass Points and reach certain Progression Stages.
 
Level I
The standard lighting devices have been replaced with brighter and more efficient headlights. Infrared filters have also been installed. In a sand or dust storm, which are quite likely to occur, this will hardly help with path-finding, but will certainly make it easier to locate a lost vehicle.
 
Level I
Standard anti-radiation coating. A complex composition of lead, isobutylene, polyethylene, boron, and beryllium.
 
Level II
Thermal camera. In conditions of limited visibility (or simply at night), this is the best detection device based on the temperature difference between the environment and the object being observed.
 
Level II
Emblem of the vehicle role. Part of the experimental system adopted by the expedition leaders. It is intended to be used in documents as a code, in which only icons are used instead of the vehicle models.
 
Level III
Underwater diving equipment. The Monte Desert is far from the Amazon, but there are still rivers here. This piece of equipment is quite lightweight, so it is better to keep it in case the need arises to cross a water barrier, which is unlikely, but still possible.
 
Level III
Low light camera. Designed to facilitate aiming and firing in conditions of limited visibility (or at night).
 
Level III
Observation devices made in Germany. The Germans are pioneers of good optics, so using their developments for such an important task makes a lot of sense.
 
Level III
French outrigger radar. It uses the pulse-Doppler circuit and is capable of detecting vehicles at a distance of 5 km, and infantry at a distance of 2 km.
 
Level III
Filter ventilation unit. The only source of clean air in case of emergency vehicle sealing.
 
Level III
Additional ammunition in a barrel-styled packing. A typical French pursuit of graceful forms.
 
Level IV
Some food. Storing it in full sunlight is not ideal, but the microclimate inside the vehicle is definitely worse. No one knows how French cheese made it to Argentina in one piece.
HISTORICAL AMX 50B "CHARLES MARTEL" STYLE
 
Level I
Platoon emblem. In our operation, several platoons of vehicles are involved, each with its own operating zone. To maintain secrecy, there are no identification marks or side numbers, so allies be can only recognized only by the emblems.
 
Level I
Emblem of the vehicle role. Part of the experimental system adopted by the expedition leaders. It is intended to be used in documents as a code, in which only icons are used instead of the vehicle models.
 
Level I
Standard anti-radiation coating. A complex composition of lead, isobutylene, polyethylene, boron, and beryllium.
 
Level II
Upgraded lighting equipment with infrared filters. In a sand or dust storm, which are quite likely to occur, this will hardly help with path-finding, but will certainly make it easier to locate a lost vehicle.
 
Level II
Winch to mount/dismount the roller mine-clearing device.
 
Level II
Roller mine-clearing device (stowed). The Badger can perform the role of a minesweeper, which is facilitated by frontal armoring and a relatively protected chassis.
 
Level II and III
Filter ventilation unit. The only source of clean air in case of emergency vehicle sealing.
 
Level III
All-terrain amphibious vehicle for mobile reconnaissance, and for transmitting information in conditions of missing radio communications or other difficulties.
 
Level IV
Umbrella antenna. A long-range ground-to-ground or ground-to-air communication device.
 
Level IV
A 20 mm Polsten automatic cannon, a Polish-British version of the famous Oerlikon, but simpler and cheaper to produce.
HISTORICAL FV217 BADGER "LANCELOT" STYLE
 
Level I
The standard lighting devices have been replaced with brighter and more efficient headlights. In a sand or dust storm, which are quite likely to occur, this will hardly help with path-finding, but will certainly make it easier to locate a lost vehicle.
 
Level I
Emblem of the vehicle role. Part of the experimental system adopted by the expedition leaders. It is intended to be used in documents as a code, in which only icons are used instead of the vehicle models.
 
Level I
Standard anti-radiation coating. A complex composition of lead, isobutylene, polyethylene, boron, and beryllium.
 
Level II
Radiation survey device—an outrigger radiation dose meter. The vehicle is generally equipped for searching and detecting any changes in background radiation.
 
Level II
A throwing device for automatic deployment of warning flags to mark areas of radioactive or chemical contamination.
 
Level II and III
Reservoirs for DKV-1 decontamination, degassing, and disinfection fluid for weapons and military vehicles.
 
Level III
Filter ventilation unit. The only source of clean air in case of emergency vehicle sealing.
 
Level III
A self-propelled recon robot—an experimental prototype of a research probe—which comes equipped with everything necessary for collecting information. Equipped with a camera, dose meters, and sensors. Controlled from the operator vehicle.
 
Level IV
Night observation device and optical rangefinder. A military vehicle needs to maintain 100% vision in any weather and at any time of the day.
 
Level IV
Radiation dose meters and radiometers assembled together to determine the level of radiation exposure. A powerful and sensitive panoramic-action device that can detect not only changes in background radiation, but also indicate the vector to the location of the probable source.
HISTORICAL CS-63 "Błyskawica" STYLE
There are tons of great Base and additional Improved Rewards waiting for you in each Season Chapter. In addition to up to three progressive styles, you can get your hands on four pieces of any existing Bounty Equipment (including brand-new Bounty Exhaust System), up to three custom crew members, a bunch of national blueprint fragments (with the opportunity to choose a nation), and more. Check them out.
 
 
Base Rewards
Improved Rewards
URANIUM VEIN 2D STYLE
A 2D style is a set of customization elements for all map types.
CORROSION 2D STYLE
A 2D style is a set of customization elements for all map types.
SOUTHERN WIND 2D STYLE
A 2D style is a set of customization elements for all map types.
Progressive style for the AMX 50 B (four levels)
A progressive style has several progression levels that unlock successively.
Progressive style for the FV217 Badger (four levels)
A progressive style has several progression levels that unlock successively.
Progressive style for the CS-63 (four levels)
A progressive style has several progression levels that unlock successively.
Credits
The main game currency in World of Tanks.
2,550,000
Personal Reserve: +200% to Crew XP for 1h
When activated, grants additional Crew XP based on the battle results.
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Personal Reserve: +300% to Free XP for 1h
When activated, grants additional Free XP based on the battle results.
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WoT Premium Account
WoT Premium Account provides access to many additional possibilities in the game.
×12
Universal fragment
Vehicle blueprints are special game items that can be used to gain an experience discount when researching new vehicles.
×150
Orderly Ammo Rack directive
Reduces the loading time by 2.5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
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Vent Purge directive
Increases all crew skills by 2.5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
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Stabilizer Greasing directive
Reduces dispersion during movement and turret rotation by 5% if certain equipment items are mounted.
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Training Booklets to select from
A game item that provides each crew member with 20,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
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Training Guides to select from
A game item that provides each crew member with 100,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
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Bonds
A currency that can be used to purchase improved equipment, equipment directives, and rare vehicles.
3,000
Token
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the Store.
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Crew member: Jean‑Marc Lemartin
Players can select the nation and qualification.
Crew member: Katarzyna Chodkiewicz
Players can select the nation and qualification.
Crew member: Douglas McReed
Players can select the nation and qualification.
FATA MORGANA MEDAL
A commemorative award.
Bounty Equipment to select from
By default, the parameters of Bounty Equipment are the same as those of standard equipment. However, Bounty Equipment can be upgraded for credits.
WoT Premium Account
WoT Premium Account provides access to many additional possibilities in the game.
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Credits
The main game currency in World of Tanks.
5,400,000
Personal Reserve: +50% to credits for 1h
When activated, grants additional credits based on the battle results.
×36
Personal Reserve: +100% to Combat XP for 1h
When activated, grants additional Combat XP based on the battle results.
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National fragments to select from
Vehicle blueprints are special game items that can be used to gain an experience discount when researching new vehicles.
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Training Guides to select from
A game item that provides each crew member with 100,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
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Personal Training Manual
A game item that provides the selected crew member with 850,000 XP and is consumed when applied.
×3
Garage slot
Allows more vehicles to be stored in the Garage.
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ESMERALDA DECAL
Customization element.
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AMELIE DECAL
Customization element.
×6
AGATA DECAL
Customization element.
×6
Token
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the Store.
×9
Standard equipment to select from in the Mobility and Scouting, or Firepower and Survivability categories
Improves a vehicle's technical characteristics or compensates for its drawbacks. Class 1 equipment, with some exceptions.
×6
Bounty Equipment to select from
By default, the parameters of Bounty Equipment are the same as those of standard equipment. However, Bounty Equipment can be upgraded for credits.
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We’ve added a new reward currency to Battle Pass—Tokens. These are exclusive to certain Progression Stages and are evenly distributed across Base and Improved Rewards. In total, you can earn 18 Tokens: 9 among the Base and 9 more among the Improved Rewards. Use these Tokens to redeem valuable items and rare reward Tier IX vehicles (including two brand-new battle stars) in the new Items for Tokens section of the in-game Store.
IX Object 777 Version II
Average Damage
440/440/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/68 mm
Turret Armor
258/225/90 mm
Hull Armor
132/115/45 mm
Hit Points
1,850 HP
IX K-91-PT
Average Damage
390/390/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/315/68 mm
Average Damage per Minute
2,721 HP/min
Hull Armor
260/60/45 mm
Specific Power
20.04 h.p./t
IX Kunze Panzer
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
268/300/53 mm
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
−15/20°
Top Speed
65 km/h
View Range
400 m
 
IX Char Futur 4
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
264/330/53 mm
Shells in the Magazine
4 shells
Dispersion at 100 m
0.34 m
Top Speed
60 km/h
IX AE Phase I
Average Damage
400/400/515 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/60 mm
Turret Armor
292/102/51 mm
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
−10/15°
Top Speed
35 km/h
IX Object 777 Version II
Average Damage
440/440/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/68 mm
Turret Armor
258/225/90 mm
Hull Armor
132/115/45 mm
Hit Points
1,850 HP
IX AE Phase I
Average Damage
400/400/515 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/60 mm
Turret Armor
292/102/51 mm
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
−10/15°
Top Speed
35 km/h
IX Char Futur 4
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
264/330/53 mm
Shells in the Magazine
4 shells
Dispersion at 100 m
0.34 m
Top Speed
60 km/h
IX K-91-PT
Average Damage
390/390/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/315/68 mm
Average Damage per Minute
2,721 HP/min
Hull Armor
260/60/45 mm
Specific Power
20.04 h.p./t
IX Kunze Panzer
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
268/300/53 mm
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
−15/20°
Top Speed
65 km/h
View Range
400 m
   
VIII
STG / STG Guard
VIII
T26E4 SuperPershing
VIII
STA-2
VIII
T-34-3
VIII
T-34-3

How to Get the Improved Pass

The Improved Pass is available for 2,500 gold for each Season Chapter on the Battle Pass screen in your Garage, in the in-game shop, or as part of a special package. You can only purchase an Improved Pass for one of the Chapters as you progress through the activity and gradually complete them. You cannot buy an Improved Pass for two or three Chapters at once, or for the next Chapter until the previous one is completed.

Want to save some gold and instantly secure access to all the Base and Improved Rewards? No problem! Take a look at the two special Battle Pass packages that are available for real money. They contain an Improved Pass for all three Season Chapters, so you can reap the maximum benefits of the Fifth Season. The second package also features a special mission that will reward you with gold.

 
To Battle, Commanders!
Storm the battlefield, engage the enemy, display your tank mastery and earn tons of sweet rewards in Battle Pass Season V!

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