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Season: a three-month period during which Battle Pass is held. The regulations and rewards may change from Season to Season.
Progression: a sequence of Stages in Battle Pass. To complete Stages, you need to earn Progression Points. The Progression system consists of two parts: Main and Elite.
Main Progression: the first part of the Progression. It consists of 45 Stages. You receive the main reward of the Season after completing all Main Progression Stages.
Elite Progression: the second part of the Progression. It unlocks after you complete the Main Progression. The Elite Progression consists of 100 Stages.
Main Progression Stage: an element of the Main Progression. To complete a Stage, you need to earn 50 Points. You receive rewards for each completed Stage. With the Improved Pass, you receive additional rewards for completing Main Progression Stages. You can purchase Main Progression Stages using gold. These Stages will be considered completed and you will receive their rewards without needing Points.
Elite Progression Stage: an element of the Elite Progression. Similar to the Main Progression, you earn Progression Points to complete Stages and receive rewards for each Stage. The difference is you cannot buy Elite Progression Stages.
Progression Points: elements of the Progression that you earn in battles to complete Stages. To earn Progression Points, you must be among the top 3 or top 10 players on your team by experience earned. The top 3 players receive more Points. To move to the next Stage, you need to earn a certain number of Points. Progression Points earned cannot be lost.
Point Limit: the maximum number of Points that can be earned in a particular vehicle during the Season. If the Limit is reached, you can no longer earn Points using this vehicle in the current Season.
Core Vehicles: two vehicles that feature special rules for earning Progression Points, including increased Point Limits. The Core Vehicles change every Season.
Base Reward: a reward that you receive for completing a Main Progression Stage.
Improved Reward: a reward that you receive for completing a Main Progression Stage with an Improved Pass.
Improved Pass: a possibility to receive additional rewards for completing Main Progression Stages. The Improved Pass can be purchased using Gold at any time during the Battle Pass season. Once the Improved Pass is purchased, you will receive the Improved Rewards for all Stages already completed.
Key features of Battle Pass Season 2:
- Season period: June 12, 12:30 UTC+2 through September 8, 02:00 UTC+2.
- Vehicle tiers: You can fight in Battle Pass in Tier VI–X vehicles, including rental vehicles.
- Battle modes: You can earn Progression Points in all types of Random Battles except for Grand Battle.
Some vehicles receive a special status for each Battle Pass Season.
Features of Core Vehicles:
- Increased Point Limits: You can earn 300 Points more with Core Vehicles than other vehicles of the same tier.
- Special rules for obtaining Progression Points: You can earn more Points per battle with Core Vehicles than other vehicles.
Season 2 Core Vehicles
When playing in the M48A5 Patton, you can earn 3 Points more than other vehicles when you are among the top 3 players on your team by XP earned.
By rolling into battle in the TVP T 50/51, you can earn 1 Point more than other vehicles when you are among the top 10 players on your team by XP earned.
The Battle Pass progression system consists of two parts: Main and Elite.
- Main Progression: 45 Stages. To move to the next Stage, you need to earn 50 Points.
- Elite Progression: 100 Stages. The closer you are to the final Stage, the more Points you need to reach the next Stage.
Progression Points can be earned in Random Battles except for Grand Battle. The number of Points received depends on your rank in team results by XP earned. Even if your team loses or draws, you still receive Progression Points.
|Your rank in team results by XP Earned||Points for Victory||Points for Defeat or Draw|
|Tier VI–X Vehicles||M48A5 Patton||TVP T 50/51||Tier VI–X Vehicles||M48A5 Patton||TVP T 50/51|
Each vehicle has a Point Limit you can reach while playing it. The higher the vehicle tier, the higher the Limit. Once the Limit is reached, you can still play in this vehicle, but you cannot earn additional Progression Points with it. You will need to choose a different vehicle if you wish to continue earning Points.
Once the maximum number of Points for the selected vehicle is earned, you receive additional Progression Points. The number of additional Points depends on the vehicle's tier. Note that the number of additional Points for the Core Vehicles does not depend on their tier.
|Vehicle Tier||Point Limit||Additional Points|
|King Tiger (Captured)||700||20|
For the Tier VIII IS-3 tank, you can earn a maximum of 400 Points. Once you earn the maximum number of Points, you get an additional 25 Points over the Limit. The grand total is 425 Points. It is impossible to earn more Points with this vehicle.
You can also earn Progression Points using Tier IV–X rental vehicles. If you rented the vehicle at first, then later buy it back, the Points earned with the vehicle during the rental period are saved.
You rented the Tier VIII 50TP prototyp tank in which a maximum of 400 Points can be earned. During the rental period, you earned 100 Points. Later on, you bought back the tank. After the purchase, you can earn another 300 Points with the 50TP prototyp before reaching the limit and getting an additional 25 Points.
By default, the vehicle panel in the Garage displays all your vehicles. Use the filter to see only vehicles in which Progression Points can be earned: click Filter by Parameters and select Battle Pass Vehicles.
Upon reaching each Main Progression Stage, you get a valuable reward. There are two types of rewards—Base and Improved. To receive all Base Rewards, complete all 45 Main Progression Stages. To receive Improved Rewards, you need an Improved Pass.
Your current Stage is displayed on the Battle Pass screen in your Garage.
You can purchase the Improved Pass at any time and at any Stage during the Season. Once you purchase the Improved Pass, you receive the Improved Rewards for all Stages you have already completed.
You completed 30 Main Progression Stages, received their Base Rewards, then decided to purchase the Improved Pass. After you purchase it, you instantly receive the Improved Rewards for all 30 Stages you completed. In the future, you will receive both Base and Improved Rewards for completing each Main Progression Stage.
To purchase the Improved Pass:
- Click the Battle Pass icon in your Garage.
- On the Battle Pass screen, click Purchase Improved Pass.
- On the screen displayed, select IMPROVED PASS.
- Click Purchase to confirm the purchase 6,500 will be charged from your account for the Improved Pass.
One of the following packages becomes available after purchasing the Improved Pass:
- A fixed package containing a maximum of 20 Stages for 5,000 during the first two months of the Season (June 12, 2020–August 7, 2020). The fewer the Stages that remain until the Main Progression is completed, the fewer the Stages in the package and, accordingly, the lower its cost. When you purchase this package, you immediately receive all Base and Improved Rewards for all purchased Stages, and the Stages will be considered completed. The package consists of whole Stages regardless of whether you have received Points for a Stage at the time the package is purchased.
You completed 40 Main Progression Stages and earned 25 more Points. Only 5 whole Stages remain uncompleted. If you decide to speed up their completion by purchasing the special package, the cost for the 5 remaining Stages will be 1,250 since the 25 Points earned for the Stage do not affect the cost.
- Any number of Main Progression Stages during the third month of the Season (August 7, 2020–September 8, 2020). One Stage costs 250. Stages can be purchased several times after the Main Progression is completed.
You completed 25 Main Progression Stages and purchased 10 Stages. After that, you completed 3 more Stages and purchased 7 Stages, finishing the Main Progression. In total, you made 2 purchases totaling 17 Stages.
Upon reaching each Main Progression Stage, you will get a valuable reward.
Some rewards merit special mention.
An all-season style granted as a Base Reward for completing Stage 1 of the Main Progression. Krakonoš is a historical style which can be applied to vehicles of any tier.
An all-season style granted as a Base Reward for completing Stage 40 of the Main Progression. Kilmore's Cavalry is a historical style which can be applied to vehicles of any tier.
Decals are granted as a Base Reward for completing Stages 10 and 20 of the Main Progression. The decals are non-historical and can be applied to any vehicle.
Inscriptions are granted as an Improved Reward for completing Stages 32 and 42 of the Main Progression. The inscriptions are historical and can be applied to any vehicle.
Aliis lucens uror
Tracks of My Tears
"Kilmore's Cavalry" Emblem
This emblem is granted as a Base Reward for completing Stage 42 of the Main Progression. The emblem is historical and can be applied to any vehicle.
You receive crew skins as an Improved Reward for completing Stage 40 of the Main Progression. The skins are non-historical and can be applied to a crew member of a certain nation and any qualification.
A close friend of Angela's father, he's a technical engineer who is constantly searching for better design solutions to upgrade his vehicle for the battlefield.
One of the best tankers under Damon Kilmore's command, as well as his old surfing buddy. Together, they came here to defeat enemies and master their surfing skills. But they're out of ocean now.
In Battle Pass Season 2, you can get Bounty Optics (an Improved Reward for completing Stage 20 of the Main Progression) and Bounty Stabilizer (a Base Reward for completing Stage 30 of the Main Progression).
The basic characteristics of Bounty Equipment are the same as those of standard equipment, but they can be upgraded for 3,000,000. Bounty Equipment can be demounted for 10 or by using a Demounting Kit. The demounted equipment is sent to Depot and can be sold for 50,000. To learn more about Bounty Equipment, see the Equipment guide.
Effect before upgrading: +10% to view range (up to 445 m)
Effect after upgrading: +12.5% to view range (up to 445 m)
Increases the view range of the vehicle, allowing for early spotting of enemy vehicles.
Effect before upgrading: -20% to dispersion during movement and turret rotation
Effect after upgrading: -25% to dispersion during movement and turret rotation
Improves aim by reducing dispersion during firing, turret traverse, or vehicle movement.
Rewards for the last Main Progression Stage
The ultimate and most valuable rewards will be received after completing Stage 45 of the Main Progression.
Long Road to Glory
Your reward for completing all Main Progression Stages. The number on the medal represents the Battle Pass Season for which the medal is given.
After the final Main Progression Stage, you can get one of two unique 3D styles, or both styles with the Improved Pass. The styles are specially designed for the Core Vehicles: the M48А5 Patton and the TVP T 50/51.
After completing the Main Progression, you can choose one of two crew members with the Brothers in Arms perk trained to 100% and a sufficient amount of experience to train two more skills or perks. You can recruit the selected crew member in the Recruits section in your Barracks.
An experienced commander who's always cool and calculating. During his 20 years of service, he's braved many challenges, earning his own command while receiving the respect of his comrades-in-arms. He likes to win with honor, keep strict discipline, and comply with the rules of engagement. Due to its outstanding performance, Kilmore's platoon is something of a legend. As an avid surfer, he keeps his surfboard nearby as a good luck charm.
She's a determined and headstrong lady. In her childhood, she learned the specifics of tank combat from her father. However, later on, she followed in her mother's footsteps and studied medicine. After graduating from the Academy, she had a good track record in field hospitals but insisted on transferring to a tank unit where she hopes to realize her full potential as a tank commander.
To get a 3D style and a crew member, upon completing Stage 45 of the Main Progression, select the reward you like best.
With the Improved Pass, you will receive the 3D styles for both vehicles regardless of the choice made, but you only get one crew member.
After the end of the Season, the results will be tallied and the vehicle chosen by the majority will take first place. Regardless of the vehicle that wins, all players will receive a nice bonus—a special battle mission to complete during the week:
- The players who selected the vehicle that wins the vote will receive a special repeatable mission for ×2 Battle XP for all Tier IV–X vehicles in the Garage.
- The players who selected the second-place vehicle will receive a similar repeatable mission, but for ×2 Crew XP for all Tier IV–X vehicles in the Garage.
Your Battle Pass journey doesn't end with the completion of the Main Progression. After completing Stage 45, the Elite Progression becomes available. Only the most dedicated players will be able to complete it. It consists of 100 Stages through which you can further hone your battle skills and triumphantly complete the event.
Similar to the Main Progression, you need to earn Points to complete Stages. The rules for earning Points are the same. However, the number of Points required to move to the next Stage will gradually increase as you progress through Stages. The Elite Progression is available regardless of whether an Improved Pass is purchased or not.
For reaching each Elite Progression Stage, you earn a special in-game currency—bonds. Use bonds to purchase improved equipment, directives, and some vehicle types.
Dynamic "Elite Chevron" Badge
Your reward for completing the first Elite Progression Stage is an exclusive dynamic badge. It displays your current completed Battle Pass Elite Progression Stage. The number automatically increases as you move through Elite Progression Stages.
Upon completing Stage 100 of the Elite Progression of the current Battle Pass Season, the dynamic badge displays a tank instead of the Stage number.
After completing Elite Progression Stages 20, 40, 60, 80, and 100, you will be rewarded with unique decals (3 each) that you can apply to your vehicle to display your achievements to other players in battles. The decals are not removed after the Battle Pass Season ends.
When the Battle Pass Season ends:
- All accumulated progress is reset. Progression Points earned and the Stage reached are returned to zero.
- The Improved Pass and Progression Stages become unavailable for purchase.
- If you complete the Main Progression but don’t claim your rewards before the end of the Season, you will be automatically credited a 3D style and crew member for one of the Core Vehicles the next time you log in to the game within a year from when the Season ended.
- With the Improved Pass, you will be credited the second 3D style the next time you log in to the game within a year from when the Season ended.
- The crew member will be available for recruiting for an unlimited period.