World of Tanks update 8.3 is here: download it from our file library now

World of Tanks

By on January 17, 2013 at 7:01 pm

The latest update for World of Tanks is upon us, and update 0.8.3 brings with it 17 new Chinese tanks. “The Chinese tanks have adopted the most successful battle characteristics of their predecessors,” reads the official announcement.

“The maneuverability of the Americans, accuracy of the British, rate of fire of the French and the striking power of the Soviet. The Chinese tanks are the renaissance of the Soviet vehicles of the war and post-war period.”

0.8.3 also includes a bunch of balance changes and tweaks, which you can read over here.

Because we loathe the idea of anybody spending 4GB of quota they don’t have to, we’ve uploaded the SEA client to our file mirror. Get cracking!

Source: Thanks, Dane!

4 comments (Leave your own)

Always great to see file suggestions come through asap after files are released :)

 

makes sense with popular games :)

 

Yeah – Saves me a lot of download quota – Cheers node.

 

YES! Thankyou GON!

Can’t wait to test run these guys.

 
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