Today we’ve prepared the following items for you:
- Bradley AAWS-H Tier 8 Premium Tank Destroyer
- Sentinel Skins
- Abrams AGDS Tier 9 Premium Tank Destroyer
- Griffin 120mm Tier 8 Premium Light Tank
- M1A1 Storm Tier 7 Premium Main Battle Tank
- Battle Coins
Between March 4 and March 11, 2021, the following items will be available:
The Bradley AAWS-H Tank Destroyer was an attempt by Loral Vought to mount four kinetic guided missiles on an extendable arm while using the Bradley IFV chassis as a platform. Kinetic missiles were cutting edge tech back in the 1980s – unlike standard ATGMs, they destroyed the target by their kinetic energy instead of a HEAT warhead, accelerating to several times the speed of sound. There was little to no defense against them, although they did have some drawbacks, which was why they were never adopted in real life. You can read more about the vehicle in our dedicated article.
In Armored Warfare, the Bradley AAWS-H is a Tier 8 Premium Tank Destroyer. It’s an ATGM-based TD, carrying special kinetic missiles that actually become more effective with increasing distance to your target. It is the embodiment of a long-range missile carrier and is perfect for players who prefer sniping to close combat.
The Sentinel skins are available for the following vehicles: XM1A3, Stingray 2, M1128 Stryker and M2A3 Bradley. They are inspired by the imagery of U.S. Air Force stealth fighter jets.
Please note that these bundles include the skins only, not the vehicles themselves, which need to be obtained separately.
The Abrams AGDS (Armored Ground Defense System) was a vehicle concept and proposal, drafted in July 1996 by Dr. Asher H. Sharoni (a former colonel in the Israeli Defense Forces) and Lawrence D. Bacon from a Californian company called Western Design Howden. It was supposed to be an air-defense vehicle, protecting the Abrams formations against flying threats, although its weaponry can be deployed against ground targets as well. The United States were, at the time, sorely lacking a vehicle comparable to the Russian Shilka and one of the ideas was to use the Abrams chassis paired with a new turret to produce an armored AA gun that would be able to keep up with the American tank units. This plan was never realized and the vehicle stayed only on paper but you can play the Abrams AGDS in Armored Warfare and experience what it would have been like, had it ever been deployed.
In Armored Warfare, the Abrams AGDS is a very unique Tier 9 Premium Tank Destroyer. What makes it so special are its two large guided missile launchers capable of firing an incredibly devastating volley within seconds. The AGDS can devastate practically every opponent on the battlefield with a single salvo, making it one of the best and most effective mid-to-long range vehicles in the game. At close ranges, it can rely on excellent frontal turret protection and its two 35mm autocannons to keep enemies at bay until the missile launcher reloads to unleash another deadly swarm of missiles. The Abrams AGDS is one of the most feared vehicles in Armored Warfare!
The Armored Warfare version of the Griffin Light Tank is based on an early 2016 tech demonstrator, intended to show the U.S. military during the AUSA 2016 conference that General Dynamics meant business. It was built as a private venture; effectively a scaled-up example of General Dynamics was capable of providing when it came to highly mobile vehicles with a lot of firepower for the U.S. airborne forces. The U.S. Army was impressed and the design has since evolved into what is generally referred to as the MPF Light Tank. You can read more about this vehicle in our dedicated article.
In Armored Warfare, the Griffin 120mm is a Tier 8 Premium Light Tank and a powerful, fast machine, armed not only with its 120mm cannon, but also with special ammunition types, making it deadly at any distance. Few Tier 9 vehicles can match its sheer ferocity on the battlefield.
In 1985, the Abrams was upgraded with, amongst other things, the 120mm M256 smoothbore cannon. Over 5000 M1A1 tanks were produced until 1992. This tank participated in Operation Desert Storm, which forged its legendary reputation.
In Armored Warfare, the M1A1 Storm is a Tier 7 Premium Main Battle Tank. The M1A1 Storm look was inspired by Operation Desert Storm, including a gorgeous camouflage net model. But, more importantly, this tank is equipped with a massive frontal dozer blade, adding extra armor and ramming damage to the long list of its advantages.
This week (until the end of the Battle Path), we are offering you an opportunity to boost your Battle Path progress and get that main prize you know you want – the Object 195 Tier 10 Premium Main Battle Tank!
The following Battle Coin bundles are available:
- 1.000 Battle Coins (10% off)
- 5.000 Battle Coins (15% off)
- 10.000 Battle Coins (25% off)
- 25.000 Battle Coins (35% off)
- 50.000 Battle Coins (45% off)
Battle Coins can be used for a number of things, including:
- Force-completing Battle Path missions
- Progressing through Battle Path levels
- Purchasing the Kurganets-25 blueprints from the Shop
Please note: In order to use Battle Coins, you need to obtain the access to the Echoes of War Battle Path.
We hope that you will enjoy the offer and, as always:
See you on the battlefield!