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This vehicle is best played as a hull down support vehicle taking cover behind a rock, wreck, hill, or other position where only its well armored turret is exposed to incoming fire. Failing that, it can be a second line MBT capitalizing on firepower and agility, the latter to avoid incoming fire with the help of smoke grenades. The hull is weak and vulnerable, and any hits are best taken on the turret.

Pros and Cons


  • Premium vehicle, so additional credit and reputation generation.
  • Tier 8 armor on the turret, along with great gun depression
  • Has better AP ammo than an upgraded M1A2, giving it outstanding firepower at tier 7
  • Agile and nimble for an MBT
  • Compared to the Sabra Mk. 2, it has better camo, higher DPM, better traverse speeds, and a higher top speed.


  • Weak hull armor for its tier. Even lower tiered vehicles might frontally penetrate it.
  • In comparison, the Sabra Mk. 2 has better penetration, accuracy, acceleration, view range, and has ERA.
  • Only available in the Collector’s Edition bundles
  • Commander: Phillip Holzklau
  • Driver: Off-road Driving, Spin to Win
  • Loader: Rapid Fire, Explosive Shells
  • Gunner: Sharpshooter, Do the Twist


  • Heavy armor: this vehicle’s armor bounces more shots and takes more hits
  • High caliber: the high caliber weaponry deals an increased damage
  • Two Sets of Tracks : the vehicle with two sets of tracks is harder to immobilize.
  • Double Engine : the vehicle has two per units. It can continue to move even one of them is lost.
  • Accelerated Reverse Movement : increased reverse movement speed.
  • Advanced Dynamic Suspension V2 : adjust your frontal, rear and side clearance independently.
  • Adjustable Suspension : allows you to adjust ground clearance manually.
  • Uninhabited Modules : the uninhabited turret (battle modules) received module damage.


Class: Main Battle Tank (Experimental)Developed: 1980Service: N/AVehicles Built: 1Operators: N/AThe TTB is not a prototype but, as its name suggests, an American test bed for the latest tank development technologies. It was an initial base of the Block III Abrams project, designed to replace the existing Abrams tanks with something capable of defeating any future Soviet tank that was predicted to appear in the 1990s. In its modified Abrams hull, the entire crew of three sat in front (where only the driver would normally be), quite safely hidden behind the thickest armor. Fuel tanks were removed to make place for the extended crew compartment. The crew would use advanced cameras to aim the tank’s weapon systems that were installed in an unmanned turret, located where the standard Abram