'World Of Tanks' Xbox 360 Edition Update: Siberian Wolf Pack Adds Six New Soviet Medium Tanks [VIDEO]

By Steve Buja , Updated Apr 24, 2015 09:33 AM EDT

In Soviet Russia, wolf pack hunts you. That's especially true when that wolf pack is a platoon of tanks. With that in mind, Wargaming has released the next update to World of Tanks Xbox 360 Edition. Titled the 'Siberian Wolf Pack', the patch gives players access to some deadly new medium-level Soviet steel.

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"The Siberian Wolf Pack update delivers an alternate line of medium tanks: the A-43, the A-44, the Object 140 and the Object 430 II, creating a new branch of USSR tank fire power. The A-43 is an agile and light medium tank great for the high-speed sneak attack. Adept at flanking, the A-43 is most lethal when attacking the vulnerable sides of their enemies." It's perfect for players who want to feel the wind in their hair whilst dog-fighting their opponents. Power is good, but speed is key.

Next in line is the A-44, a tank that deals a respectable amount of damage; if it cannot out gun an opponent, its deflecting armor angle provides supreme defense against incoming shells. Not to be outdone, the Object 140 and the Object 430 tanks each bring the opportunity for unique battle strategies to your growing arsenal.

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Like wolves, the Soviet tanks work best in groups and their speed allows them to surround and ultimately destroy their prey. You'll see one, for sure, but you'll never see the blow that ultimately destroys you.

Wargaming is celebrating its annual Wargaming.net League Grand Finals for World of Tanks - PC edition - this Saturday and Sunday in Warsaw, Poland. Hopefully one day, they can get a World of Tanks Xbox 360 Edition (or Xbox One) tournament up and running. Until that time, though, good hunting out there.

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