Tank Football 2018: Details

Tank Football 2018: Details

Epic battles are starting
on football pitches very soon! But we won’t let the professional
footballers have all the fun— football is coming
to World of Tanks too! The matches are 3 vs 3. Each match lasts 7 minutes
or until three goals are scored. If the Normal time ends
in a draw, then Extra time is added. That’s when the golden
goal rule comes into effect— the first team to score a goal wins. If none of the teams score
a goal within four extra minutes, the team that kept the ball
on the enemy’s side for longer wins. You can start a match
on special vehicles only. All players will receive these vehicles and they’ll be different from
their Random Battle analogues. The AMX 13 105
is a striker, which scores goals. It has a drum, therefore, it has a faster rate
of fire and more chances to score. Its unique ability is Second Chance. What would you do
if your drum was empty and you badly
needed to fire a shell? Click on the button, receive two
extra shells, and score a goal. The E 100 is a reliable defender. Its dimensions and weight allow it to
block incoming hits and enemy players. Super powerful HE shells clear the ball with their explosive
wave even without a direct hit. It’s a pleasant bonus for defenders. The T-62A is an agile midfielder. Its skills are useful
for both offense and defense. Its unique ability is Nitro.
It gets you into position quickly. The rules suggest that each team
must have players of different roles. If it’s impossible
to assemble multi-role squads, the matchmaker will allow only two
same vehicles per team. But no more. The matches aren’t just pure fun. Complete Combat Missions,
collect football cards, and take part in tournaments! Your reward will be unique vehicle
style sets, medals, gold, and much more! Win over and over again,
and a true legend will join your crew! Play football in World of Tanks
with Gianluigi Buffon, and win a Buffon T-shirt
or a football with his autograph! Good luck on the pitch!

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