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The game derives its best traits from the original World of Tanks title, introducing an impressive park of vehicles from several tankbuilding superpowers that include well-rounded medium tanks, powerful heavy tanks, and intimidating tank destroyers. Each class has a set of multiple features, giving unique playing style to every model.

With its simple and handy controls, World of Tanks Blitz lets you control supermassive machines only with your thumbs and helps focus on the combat, while deep game mechanics allow for well-paced gameplay and tactical diversity.
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