what ive learned so far
Дата: 07.01.2020 17:46:48
JustaNoobandhistank, on Jan 07 2020 - 05:38, said: first off still very new to the game, dont play as much as most, just dont find the game fun. so heres what i have learned. first thing, people stay at low tiers... why? you dont learn anything, you get constantly killed from vet players using special ammo, there is nothing to learn from as far as i can tell. secondly, if you dont have a premium account its going to be a huge struggle. i luckly got my tier 8 due to the christmas event. if i had to grind all the way to it, idk if i would have continued. third people (just like in any competive arcade game) always will talk [edited], i dont think people can help it, but with wot it seems to be a lot more elitism than most other games i play, from apex, escape from tarkov, league, pubg, ect ect. not sure why. fourth people actually helping is very far and few between. i think most vets just gave up o helping new players, and see them as just more hp to get their wn8 up. ill keep playing, but the experience from the game and community itself has influenced me not to put a dime into the game.which sort of suck on one hand because there are some cool tanks id like to get, but if i buy them and still dont have fun (i mean because thats what games are for fun...right?) then why do it. anyways thats what ive learned so far in my short time here
KRZYBooP: I understand your feelings toward the game as I have run into the same challenges as yourself. This game was developed with Russia Gamers in mind. Their Gamers don't mind a grind to get a Tier 8 Tech tree tank. Fast forward to the NA market and it's not the same story. Gamers here want to experience a game at all levels of Tiers. This is apparent with the competitors that you listed. Their characters aren't locked behind a tiered system like ours. You can spend money and unlock them forever without effecting the economy. Premium tanks that are sold offer a bonus to crew xp and credits earned. These are used in conjunction with tech tree tanks to level up crew and research your way through the tree until you get to the tank you want. One of the biggest problems is trying to find the tank for you. Competitors have characters that look like specific archetypes of play styles you are familiar with and want to go into. World of Tanks requires you to do a little research if you aren't familiar with all the T-34 models for example or Shermans. There is a big learning curve to the game as I am sure you noticed and many clans have a sister clan dedicated to teaching. One is actually named [TEACH] (sp?), and there is also our discord you can join (check my signature for the link).