Tank Domination is a free-to-play multiplayer action game that lets you delve deep into a world of fiercely exciting tank battles!
In the future we are planning to make a cross-platform version of the game, which will be available on PC and on mobile platforms (iOS, Android, Windows Phone). For now there is a PC version (alpha test) and a mobile version for iPhone and iPad.
No. Installing the game is absolutely free.
No. Tank Domination is a PvP game in which players fight against one another, and not against AI. An Internet connection is essential.
The game currently has 34 different tanks and other vehicles. In the beginning you have access to only a few tanks, with new ones becoming available as you reach new levels of Valor.
The largest battle format in the game is 10v10.
Four main classes of armored vehicles are represented in the game: light, medium, and heavy tanks, and deadly SPGs. We plan to add at least 5 more vehicle classes, including super-heavy tanks with electromagnetic Gauss cannons, as well as MRLs and tank-support combat vehicles.
There are four countries whose tanks are in the game: the Russian Federation, the People's Republic of China, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom. This number is going to double in the near future.
Not at the moment, but our developers are working on a cross-platform version to allow players on PCs and mobile devices to play together.
OS: Windows® 7/Windows® 8
Processor: Intel Core i5 750 @ 2.67 GHz
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT with 512 MB of RAM or ATI Radeon HD 4850 with 512 MB of RAM
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Network: 256 Kbps
Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
OS: Windows® 7/Windows® 8
Processor: Intel Core i5 3470 @ 3.2 GHz
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 7770 with 1GB of RAM or NVIDIA GeForce 650 with 1GB of RAM
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Network: 1024 Kbps or higher
Hard Drive: 12 GB available space
A player's geographical location affects only the chat service; players from all over the world will meet on the battlefield. Chat language is selected automatically based on your device's default language
The mobile version is available in English, Russian, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Polish.
Battles generally last from 5 to 15 minutes. The length of a battle depends on how many players there are and which map they are playing on.
All the achievements of modern military technology are at players' disposal. There are armor-piercing, anti-tank and high-explosive shells. Every shell has its own pros and cons. Find out more by watching this video:
A destroyed vehicle will remain smoldering on the battlefield until the end of the battle. Its unlucky pilot will have a choice between going back to the hangar and entering another battle in a different tank, or staying in the current battle as a spectator and enjoying the advantages of the free camera mode. A spectator can switch between ally tanks and watch the battle unfold until one of the sides wins.
Currently four geographical locations are represented in the game: Iraq, Korea, Pripyat and Arizona.
The environment is remarkably destructible. It adds to the game's realistic feel and makes gameplay more dynamic. It doesn't directly affect the way your tank operates.
A player earns Valor points by participating in battles. When you get enough points, your Valor level increases, and you unlock new vehicles. Another important factor is Mastery, which also increases through participation in battle. Higher Mastery allows you to outfit your tank with more advanced equipment.
Every battle you participate in earns you experience, regardless of the outcome of the battle. Experience determines your Mastery, i.e. your ability to use these vehicles.
The game's currencies are credits, which the player earns by participating in battles, and Warbucks, which are in-game purchases. Certain bonuses can only be bought with Warbucks. These bonuses give players an edge but do not guarantee a decisive advantage in battle.
The hangar will always expand to accommodate all your available tanks, but storage space for each new tank must be purchased separately.
All tanks are divided into balanced groups according to access levels, which correspond to players' overall progress in the game. A battle begins when both teams have enough members from each group. Several criteria are used to ensure that members of these groups are relatively equal in terms of tank strength and class.
The losing side will get their share of credits as a consolation prize, but significantly less than the winners. The winning team is always rewarded, and individual bonuses are given to outstanding players for their contributions to the battle.
A tank can be damaged after a battle ends, because it took damage in battle. You can repair damaged tanks in the hangar by pressing the tank button. You can also turn on autorepair, so you don't have to go through this procedure every time.
Once a tank enters the battlefield, it will stay there until the battle has ended, at which point it will return to the hangar. If you quit a battle before it ends, you will need to choose a different tank to enter another battle or purchase a new tank.
You can buy tanks by pressing the All Tanks button, but think ahead about how much space you have in your hangar. You can sell tanks in the hangar too. Go to the depot and select the tank you want to sell, then press the Sell button.
When a battle ends, you receive Mastery points, some of which are converted into Free Experience. When your tank reaches level 16, you begin to accumulate Free Experience, and all Mastery points received for piloting this particular tank will be converted to Free Experience. You can use these points to improve another tank and speed up its overall upgrade. You will need to spend some Warbucks to use Free Experience. You can see the amount of Free Experience available by pressing the eagle icon in the upper left corner of the hangar screen.