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Beasts Of War - Tanks: The Modern Age Exclusive Rulebook Download

Beasts of War has been covering the upcoming release of TANKS: The Modern Age with their previews of the different factions and tanks. This week Beasts Of War has an exclusive Free download of the Rulebook for you to check out. And if you haven't already, make sure you take a look at their previews of the US & Soviets and the British & Germans. Click the link below and follow the instructions to grab your copy today!

Beasts Of War - Tanks: The Modern Age Exclusive Rulebook Download...

TANKS: The Modern Age Pre-Orders Up Now

The widely successful TANKS game is turning the clock forward from World War II to the height of the Cold War. Choose your nation carefully as they each have their own strengths and weaknesses. Do you pick the American forces with the old faithful M1 Abrams, Soviet forces and their numerous T-64, the mighty British Chieftain with its heavy armour, the popular German Leopard 2 and its powerful 120mm gun, or French AMX-30 that has speed to burn.

Or maybe you have a desire to spread your wings and take to the air? TANKS: The Modern Age wouldn't be complete without Helicopters! These fast and nimble machines trade the armour that that their ground pounding friends have for the ability to zip around the battlefield delivering anti-tank missiles from all quarters

Beasts Of War Preview British and German Vehicles For TANKS: The Modern Age

Beasts Of War is continuing their preview of the TANKS: The Modern Age. Following on their last preview of US and Soviet Forces, this time they are looking at the British and West German forces you can field such as the mighty Cheiftain and Leopard 2 tanks, and the smaller and nimbler Marder and Scimitar. Be sure to get a look at the cards and units you can expect from TANKS: The Modern Age.

Beasts Of War Preview British and German Vehicles For TANKS: The Modern Age...

Beasts Of War Preview - Soviet & US Vehicles For TANKS: The Modern Age

Beasts Of War has written up a preview of the units you'll field for Soviet and US forces in Tanks: The Modern Age. From tried and true tanks like the American M1 Abrams and the Soviet  T-64. You'll also see some new comers to the plastic range like the T-62M and the LAV-25. Get a sneak peak at the cards and stats over on the Beasts Of War website.


Beasts Of War Preview - Soviet & US Vehicles For TANKS: The Modern Age...

Soviet Guards - Soviet Tanks Preview

Our Soviet TANKS players are getting some new tanks to hit the battlefield. From the mighty KV-1 Soviet tank to the lend lease tanks from the Allies. To go with these new tank options Soviet players will also have access to a unique set of “Guard” cards that synergise and get better as they fight with other tanks with “Guard” upgrades.


Soviet Guards - Soviet Tanks Preview...

Soviet Guards - Soviet Tanks Preview

In the upcoming Soviet expansions there is an exciting new subset of Crew and Upgrade cards that focus on the Soviet Guards units. Guards are a group of elite Soviet tank crew that have the word “Guards” in their name. Guards Crew cards have great synergy with each other with some getting much better the more Guards you have on your tanks.        The Guards Commander Crew card gives its tank +1 Initiative for each Guard crew cards in its tank. Note this ability also counts him as a Guards Crew card, so even if he is the only Guard crewmember on your tank he will still give out his bonus. If you put him on a KV-1s with three other Guard cards he will give the tank a staggering +4 Initiative, giving you a total of 9 initiative! ...

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Lend Lease Support - Soviet Tanks Preview

The Soviet Union received tanks from the Allies via the lend lease program with the Britain and Canada shipping Valentines and the Americans the M3 Lee and M3 Stuart. Today we take a look at these tanks that Soviet players can field to halt the German war machine.


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Lend Lease Support - Soviet Tanks Preview

Leytenant Ivanov swung the cupola of his Valentine, checking that his company were keeping up, their line extending left and right. Valentine, the name always made him think of his little Valentina waiting for him back home. She'd laugh to think this odd-looking English tank had her name. Off to the left, earth fountained amidst the smoke shrouding the village as tanks and artillery pounded the Germans within it. Another village sacrificed to the Motherland, to the war to expel the invaders. The Valentines ploughed on, turrets traversed to watch the village, catching a glimpse now of the bigger T-34s racing towards it. A German gun somewhere in the village was working its deadly trade. At least two tanks had careened to a halt, burning. Closer now, and Ivanov could see the German infantry starting to run from the back of the village as the remaining Soviet tanks entered from the front. N ...

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Soviet Steel - Soviet Tanks Preview

Soviet players in TANKS have been waiting for a while for something new to hit the battlefield but we have some awesome new options in these upcoming releases. Today we are previewing the T-34 (Early) alongside the KV-1 and KV-1s. These formidable tanks will be making a big splash in your games with the KV-1 having some of the toughest armour a Soviet player can field.


Soviet Steel - Soviet Tanks Preview...

Soviet Steel - Soviet Tanks Preview

The 76mm cannon crashed back, the breech expelling the spent shell case onto the floor. The German machine gun nest was a smoking crater, bodies scattered around it. The tank commander, Lizvinskiy, peered through his periscope, scanning for the next target. Scurrying figures in field grey uniforms, scattered away in all directions. The fascist invaders knew the power of his KV-1 tank was unmatched. Lord of the battlefield, it feared none of the German tanks. The enemy infantry were simply cockroaches to be crushed under the wide rattling tracks. There was only one weapon to fear in the entire German army — the long-barrelled 88mm guns. They could kill a Kliment Voroshilov tank with a single shot, but they were huge guns, mounted on massive crucifix platforms. Hard to hide.   Soviet infantry appeared behind him, finally advancing now that the enemy had been cleared out. Lizvinskiy looked around at the carnage and gave ...

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