World of Warplanes 126.96.36.199 Patchnotes
Post-battle Statistics | Player Ratings | Terminology Change | Game Guide
Update 188.8.131.52 is coming to World of Warplanes, pilots! We are continuing our ongoing mission to make the game as great an experience as we can, and this patch brings important changes to some fundamentals of the game, so be sure to read on!
The post-battle statistics window has been made significantly more detailed, so you can see just exactly what impact you had in your battles. Use this to find areas of improvement as well as where you shine in a team.
In the new window, you will see that aerial and ground targets are broken down into their specific types, as are sectors. As well as this, capture points are broken down into attack and defence.
Win prizes for your participation in the currently running event. A player rating system has been added for those of you enjoying Operation Westwall for the last three weekends of the event - hopefully this can help you in your quest for one of the brand new planes! Players will be placed into one of five leagues after each battle weekend according to their Personal points score earned in the Invasion and Attrition game modes, and the placings and rewards will work as follows:
||30 Westwall Certificates and 100,000
||15 Westwall Certificates and 50,000
||5 Westwall Certificates and 30,000
The ratings will be cleared before the next battle weekend and the rewards will be sent out to players the day after the battle stage ends.
Mastery points will be removed from the game interface completely. Their original intention was to be a way to assess players' results in battle and to calculate XP rewards, but they ended up instead being quite confusing.
An illustrated guide has been added to the game client which includes helpful information on the game's basics such as game modes, mechanics, aircraft progression, and game economics. We hope that players will find this useful as they begin, or want to learn more about, their journey.