In November I patched up the World of Tanks client as a was looking for a evening drop-in game, plus something that I could team up with some clan mates when needed.
I started playing World of Tanks not long after launch in 2011, I tend to return and pick the game up once a year, it’s the kind of approach that makes my statistics look dreadful.
It can take a little while to get back into the swing of things, remembering how best to use a tank and learning new map layouts.
One of the most difficult challenges to overcome when returning after an extended break is learning what tanks have been changed and most importantly what new tanks you are likely to face, plus their strengths and weaknesses.
So far I think I’m getting back on the right track, I have progressed some of my higher level tanks and have unlocked two tier 9 tanks and one tier 10 tank.
Frustratingly no matter how well you are doing in a fight, the match is also in the hands of the other 14 players on your team too, many matches since returning have seemed to result in more overall failures.