Vehicles available in Cold War mode saw action during the period of tension between the late 1940s and the 1990s.
International powers represented by the Western Alliance include the United States and affiliated nations of western Europe during the Cold War.
International powers represented by the Eastern Alliance include the Soviet Union and affiliated nations of eastern Europe during the Cold War.
Vehicles available in World War II mode include some of the most powerful battlefield machines in use in Europe and Asia from the years preceding World War II through the period that immediately followed.
Tanks from the USA are exceptionally versatile, sacrificing any advantages of specialization to prove suitable performance in many situations.
Germany is one of the key factions in World of Tanks, due to a large number of well-known, innovative vehicles with the firepower to back them up.
Tanks of Great Britain are for thoughtful tankers. The vehicles' greatest strengths are often met with great weaknesses, but nevertheless earned their place in history.
The Soviet line of vehicles is one that knows its roles. Tankers who diverge from these roles may find themselves in hot water. Stick to the plan and harness the power of these highly-recognizable vehicles.
The French line is an exercise in extremes, starting with slow, heavily armored vehicles, but the later tanks trade the armor for high speed and great firepower. It takes good judgment and use of terrain to play these to maximum advantage.
Tanks designed and produced by Imperial Japan and the Japanese Self-Defense Forces.
Chinese tanks tend to carry the largest possible calibers into battle but pay heavily for the privilege.
Czechoslovak tanks are some of the most agile and have potent firepower — two attributes that become more apparent with tanks further along the tech tree.
Swedish tanks are an unconventional work of engineering ingenuity. Some of them can boast with the unique hydraulic systems, offering the capability to trade mobility for sheer firepower.
Inspired by the best in tank engineering from the 1930s and 1940s, Polish tanks are remarkably dynamic creations that represent the innovation and creativity of their nation.
Italy's foray into tank engineering during World War II focused on protection and firepower, while post-war vehicles feature auto-reloading guns, good mobility, and great gun handling.
Mercenary vehicles are built for purpose. With parts scavenged from captured and abandoned vehicles, these tanks are truly unique and bring the greatest engineering strengths of different nations together to create something new and powerful.
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