Why put one main gun on your tank when you could have two? That’s obviously the thinking behind the new set of questionably realistic vehicles coming to World of Tanks in its first update of 2020, which will include three Soviet tanks sporting double-barrel action.
“No such project has ever been brought to life,” said Wargaming Publishing Director Max Chuvalov. That was due to both the complexity of their design and their high manufacturing cost, making it simpler and more cost effective to make “normal” single-gun tanks. The dev team is under no such constraints, adding double-gun Tier VIII, IX, and X behemoths to the game in the upcoming Update 1.7.1. Each can fire their guns consecutively or in a single salvo, which requires “some time to prepare.” If you are in lack of World of Tanks Gold, visit our site z2u.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.
World Of Tanks 1.7.1 brings three dual-barrel steel beasts into the battlefield, ready to lead your team to victory or disaster. The steel monsters start at tier VIII and you can research them by playing the tier VII KV-3, and this leads to the IS-2-II. Just imagining what kind of damage can a double-barreled tank do to its opponents is truly frightening.
Update 1.7.1 also adds the Demount Kit to the game, which lets players demount equipment without any gold cost, as well as new 3D art styles.
The good news doesn’t stop for the World Of Tanks fans: the new update also brings the Demount Kit, which allows the gamer to remove equipment without spending any of its gold. However, getting the Demount Kit isn’t easy: you can grab it only from the Reward for Merit, and not every edition of it brings along the new feature.