BATTLE PASS 2022: SEASON IX

The seasons are changing, and as summer gives way to fall, Season VIII of Battle Pass has passed the baton to Season IX, which will be with us through winter (from September 8, 2022, at 07:00 CEST (UTC+2) through November 30, 2022, at 01:30 CET (UTC+1). Season IX has a different mood from that of its predecessor, with the final rewards of its Chapters being from an era closer to ours: three historic 3D styles and three highly skilled base-human crew members. Expect plenty of other rewards, including bonds, equipment, credits, and more—plus Battle Pass Tokens to be exchanged for rare Tier IX vehicles and other valuables.
Please keep in mind that you need to use all of your Tokens before Season IX ends! Unlike the two previous Seasons, Tokens will not carry over to the next Season.
 
Marco Ingannamorte
This real-life combat officer has suffered countless battle wounds throughout his years of service. How he's remained unbroken and battle ready after all this time remains a mystery. Even in official documents, he refuses to use his real name, Mancini. Instead, he prefers to go by an alias he chose himself to reflect his incredible luck.
Józef Matijewski
A uniquely contradictory officer. On the one hand, he's a real master of his trade and boasts excellent training. On the other, he wholeheartedly despises anything and everything related to war and military service. This likely has something to do with his family history, but he doesn't talk about it much. And everyone knows better than to ask him about it.
Isabelle Norette
This former actress once played a tank commander in a mid-budget film. However, her dedication to the role inspired her to undergo such intensive military training that she was later able to abandon her unstable acting career and enter military service. The work was more fulfilling, and it brought great pride to her father, who served in the Normandie-Niemen Fighter Regiment.
If you’re familiar with the mechanics of Battle Pass, you’ll feel right at home in Season IX. You can start with any Chapter, pause it if you wish and switch to another, and return at any time without losing your progress. The essential thing is finishing all three Chapters—the rewards are well worth it. Also, after you’re done with all the Chapters, you can turn your Battle Pass Points into more great goodies, including those from the past Seasons.
As usual, there’s one 3D style per Chapter, which gets unlocked when you activate the respective Chapter, becoming more intricate as you complete its Stages. Each 3D style fits a Tier X Core Vehicle of Season IX. Among them are the Polish heavy puncher, the 60TP Lewandowskiego; the Italian gunslinger, the Progetto 65; and the French lightweight, the AMX 13 105, which sports an autoloader gun. The latter is the first-ever light tank to become a Core Vehicle. Every reward 3D style gives a visual upgrade to its specific vehicle, giving it a touch of technological advancement.
 
Additional Grousers for Crossing Difficult Terrains. The terrain for combat missions sometimes differs from plain fields and concrete surfaces, so one has to be ready to cross rough terrains while maintaining decent mobility.
 
Spare Parts Crate. Tools, some personal belongings, small spare parts—everything you need for servicing a vehicle on a mission can be found here.
 
Fuel Can. An auxiliary fuel reserve for long trips.
 
Oerlikon 25 mm Anti-Aircraft Gun. A German-made automatic gun. A weapon for combating lightly armored targets. It's also effective at repelling air attacks.
 
Spare Roller. You never know when you're gonna need it. The suspension wears out quickly.
 
Ammo Reserve. If you can take more ammo, always do so. If supply lines are cut off, being left without shells in the heat of battle is a poor situation.
 
Ammo Reserve for the Anti-Aircraft Gun. The Oerlikon is a formidable weapon, but only as long as you have ammo for it. An auxiliary reserve of shells for this voracious cannon is always welcome.
 
Additional Fuel Tank. It's simple: More fuel equals longer travel distances.
 
Mine Plow Mounts. For situations where the mission requires transforming the tank into a sapper vehicle.
 
Camouflage Net. Equipment that is necessary for overnight stops, long halts, and ambush tactics. It significantly complicates the search and identification of the target from the air.
 
New-Generation Radio Antenna. Fighting a battle without radio communication is like trying to find a way out of a dark room with your hands tied and eyes blindfolded. This powerful radio will reach your allies on any terrain, in any weather.
 
Improved IR Spotlight. It helps find targets under conditions of limited visibility.
Progetto M40 mod. 65 in the Cesare Style
 
Modified Side Screens. Legends say that side screens improve protection from shells. However, in practice, they rather add problems when servicing the suspension.
 
Disassembled 107 mm B-11 Recoilless Gun. A Soviet-made portable weapon for destroying enemy armored vehicles and fortifications.
 
Bustle Rack for Storing the Crew's Personal Belongings. Apart from storing the crew's belongings, these bustle racks also perform a protective function. This is no reactive armor, of course, but it's still better than nothing.
 
Modified Engine Compartment and Filter-and-Ventilation Unit of the Vehicle. A factory-made improvement that increases the protection of the power unit and the reliability of its operation. It also increases the comfort of the crew thanks to the new ventilation system.
 
KPVT on the Mount of an Anti-Aircraft Gun. The 14.5 mm machine gun is a nightmare for lightly armored vehicles. Effective in providing fire support.
 
Guides for the 9K11 "Malyutka" Missile System. The 9K11 is an anti-tank guided missile. It will find the target at a distance of up to 3 kilometers.
 
Gun Thermal Sleeve. The gun thermal sleeve serves to evenly distribute heat over the entire area, thus extending the gun's service life.
 
Equipment for Self-Entrenching. In positional combat, the best thing you can do is lower the vehicle's profile and hide most of its vulnerable spots. By doing so, such a steel pillbox completely loses mobility, but your opponents will definitely have a hard time hitting your vehicle.
 
902 Tucha System. A system that fires 81 mm smoke grenades to conceal the vehicle or to cover its retreat in case of danger.
 
IR Spotlights. They help in finding targets under conditions of limited visibility.
60TP Lewandowskiego in the Bernard Style
 
Metal Profiles and Airfield Plates. The metal profiles provide low protection (but protection nevertheless) from frontal hits and impacts, and the plates serve as flooring when crossing swampy terrains.
 
Rearview Mirrors. A useful thing for a vehicle with almost no rear view.
 
Gun Thermal Sleeve. The gun thermal sleeve serves to evenly distribute heat over the entire area, thus extending the gun's service life.
 
Headlights and Headlight Guards. Illuminating equipment for missions in conditions of limited visibility.
 
High Sensitivity Night Vision Camera. Makes the vehicle suitable for combat in any conditions.
 
Multipurpose Surveillance and Target Detection Radar. A useful device for a command vehicle. The better you understand the situation in combat, the more effective decisions you make.
 
Additional Smoke Launchers. Effective attached equipment to conceal yourself or potential targets from the enemy.
 
Additional Spare Roller. You never know when you're gonna need it. The suspension wears out quickly.
 
Additional Fuel Cans in a Bustle Rack. Long trips require much fuel. Clean fuel cans can be used for storing water, which is sometimes just as valuable.
 
Rolls of Tarpaulin. Tarpaulin or other strong fabric is a useful multi-purpose item. It can be used for covering the vehicle or making something like a tent to hide the crew from rain.
 
Backpacks. For obvious reasons, there is no room for personal belongings inside the vehicle.
 
Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun. A weapon to combat lightly armored and aircraft targets.
 
Spotlight. For cases when standard illumination devices are insufficient.
 
Fire Extinguishers. Essential safety equipment in case of emergency.
 
Spare Tracks. A suspension repair kit is of critical importance for an armored vehicle. You never know what may happen to the tracks after driving up another rocky hill.
 
Additional Ammo Boxes. Ammunition for the anti-aircraft machine gun.
 
Bustle Racks. Apart from storing the crew's belongings, these bustle racks also perform a protective function. This is no reactive armor, of course, but it's still better than nothing.
 
IR Spotlight. It helps find targets under conditions of limited visibility.
 
New Tool Arrangement. This is just a matter of taste. The crew stores tools where they see fit.
AMX 13 105 in the Le Vizir Style
You have no fewer than 300 great Base and Improved Rewards to claim during Season IX. Every Stage brings you something valuable, from bonds and credits to days of WoT Premium Account, equipment, and much, much more. See for yourself!
* In October 2022, we will streamline the Personal Reserves mechanics and UI, making the Reserves more usable and efficient. All old Personal Reserves will be converted into new ones with no loss of value. Learn more about the new Personal Reserves in the dedicated article.
 
 
Base Rewards
Improved Rewards
"Firing Range Target (AP)" 2D Style
An all-season 2D style allows you to add a set of customization elements to your vehicle.
"Firing Range Target (HEAT)" 2D Style
An all-season 2D style allows you to add a set of customization elements to your vehicle.
"Firing Range Target (HE)" 2D Style
An all-season 2D style allows you to add a set of customization elements to your vehicle.
Progressive Style for the Progetto M40 mod. 65 (Levels I–IV)
A progressive style has four levels that unlock in succession.
Progressive Style for the 60TP Lewandowskiego (Levels I–IV)
A progressive style has four levels that unlock in succession.
Progressive Style for the AMX 13 105 (Levels I–IV)
A progressive style has four levels that unlock in succession.
Credits
The main game currency in World of Tanks.
1,875,000
Personal Reserve: +200% to Free and Crew XP for 1 h
When activated, it grants additional Free and Crew XP based on battle results.
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WoT Premium Account
WoT Premium Account provides access to many additional possibilities in the game.
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Universal Fragment
Vehicle blueprint fragments are special game items that can be used to gain an XP discount when researching new vehicles.
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Orderly Ammo Rack Directive
Reduces 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 Choose 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 Choose 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.
4,350
Token
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the in-game Store.
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Crew Member: Marco Ingannamorte
Players can select the nation and qualification.
Crew Member: Józef Matijewski
Players can select the nation and qualification.
Crew Member: Isabelle Norette
Players can select the nation and qualification.
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.
4,275,000
Personal Reserve: +50% to credits for 1 h
When activated, it grants additional credits based on battle results.
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Personal Reserve: +100% to Combat XP for 1 h
When activated, it grants additional Combat XP based on battle results.
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National Fragments to Choose From
Vehicle blueprint fragments are special game items that can be used to gain an XP discount when researching new vehicles.
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Training Guides to Choose 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.
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Garage Slot
Allows more vehicles to be stored in the Garage.
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Rosella Decal
Customization element.
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Dominica Decal
Customization element.
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Beatrix Decal
Customization element.
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Token
A currency that can be used to purchase vehicles and special bundles in the in-game Store.
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Standard Equipment to Choose From (Mobility and Scouting Categories)
Improves a vehicle's technical characteristics or compensates for its drawbacks. Class 1 equipment, with some exceptions.
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Standard Equipment to Choose From (Firepower and Survivability Categories)
Improves a vehicle's technical characteristics or compensates for its drawbacks. Class 1 equipment, with some exceptions.
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Bounty Equipment to Choose 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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Tokens are a special reward currency exclusive to Battle Pass. They accumulate over the course of the year from all the Seasons of Battle Pass you take part in throughout 2022. In Season IX, you can earn up to 21 Tokens: 12 among the Base Rewards, and 9 more among the Improved Rewards. Spend Tokens in the Items for Tokens section of the in-game Store to redeem valuable items, such as Bounty Equipment and rare Tier IX vehicles, including the Cobra. This British medium tank with an autoloader gun and HESH shells has already proven itself in battles and gained many fans. Please take note that you should spend your Battle Pass Tokens before the end of Season IX, as it’s the last one in 2022, and the Tokens won’t carry over to Season X.

IX Cobra
Hit Points
1,600 HP
Average Damage
360/490/515 HP
Average Penetration
268/210/120 mm
Shells in the Magazine
4 shells
Time for Autoreloading One Shell
1.5 s
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
–10/13 deg
Top Speed / Reverse Speed
40/25 km/h
Turret Armor
130/80/40 mm
IX Lorraine 50 t
Hit Points
1,750 HP
Average Damage
400/400/515 HP
Average Penetration
264/308/65 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.33 m
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
–10/15 deg
Top Speed / Reverse Speed
60/15 km/h
Specific Power
16.36 h.p./t
Turret Armor
250/70/30 mm
IX Kunze Panzer
Hit Points
1,600 HP
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
268/300/53 mm
Average Damage per Minute
2,516 HP/min
Dispersion at 100 m
0.42 m
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
–15/20 deg
Top Speed / Reverse Speed
65/23 km/h
View Range
400 m
IX K-91-PT
Hit Points
1,600 HP
Average Damage
390/390/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/315/68 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.4 m
Time for Complete Loading
8.6 s
Top Speed / Reverse Speed
52/23 km/h
Specific Power
20.04 h.p./t
Hull Armor
260/60/45 mm
IX Char Futur 4
Hit Points
1,750 HP
Average Damage
390/390/480 HP
Average Penetration
264/330/53 mm
Shells in the Magazine
4 shells
Time for Loading Between Shots
4 s
Dispersion at 100 m
0.34 m
Top Speed / Reverse Speed
60/20 km/h
Specific Power
22.96 h.p./t
IX Object 777 Version II
Hit Points
1,850 HP
Average Damage
440/440/530 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/68 mm
Dispersion at 100 m
0.42 m
Time for Complete Loading
13.9 s
Top Speed / Reverse Speed
40/15 km/h
Turret Armor
258/225/90 mm
Hull Armor
132/115/45 mm
IX AE Phase I
Hit Points
1,800 HP
Average Damage
400/400/515 HP
Average Penetration
258/340/60 mm
Gun Depression / Elevation Angles
–10/15 deg
Turret Armor
292/101/50 mm
Top Speed / Reverse Speed
35/12 km/h
Specific Power
16.07 h.p./t
View Range
390 m
   
IX
Cobra
IX
Lorraine 50 t
IX
Kunze Panzer
IX
K-91-PT
IX
Char Futur 4
IX
Obj. 777 II
IX
AE Phase I

GET EXTRA REWARDS!

Once you complete all three main Chapters of Season IX, you'll have access to the Reward section of the in-game Store. There, you can spend your Battle Pass Points earned throughout the Season on the following rewards:

  • Bonds
  • 3D styles for all Battle Pass Core Vehicles (Seasons I–VI)
  • Unique crew members (Seasons IV–VI)

The Reward section of the in-game Store will be available until November 30, 2022, at 07:00 CET (UTC+1).

 

HOW TO GET THE IMPROVED PASS

You can obtain the Improved Pass for any Season IX Chapter (worth 2,500 gold) in various ways: on the Battle Pass screen in your Garage, in the in-game Store, or as part of a special bundle in the Premium Shop. You can purchase the Improved Pass for more than one Chapter at a time. Make sure to come back to any Chapters you paused, or you might miss out on rewards.

 
Onwards, Commanders!
Take the Battle Pass and cruise to victories and rewards!

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