Armored Warfare's First Story-Driven Season, Black Sea Incursion, Is Now Live
The first installment of My.com's new method of content updates for Armored Warfare has arrived. Season 1: Black Sea Incursion offers a series of PvE missions put you in the shoes of former merc Magnus Holter, betrayed by his employers and now branded a war criminal. There are three PvE missions to tackle, taking place across three maps in Georgia -- the country, not the state.
In addition, My.com's added a number of other features in today's update. The World Map has replaced the Garage as the default battle management window; there are now Contract Missions tied to specific campaigns that offer more rewards; Global Operations are available for lower-tier vehicles; commander skills, loot, and camouflage have seen some changes; and the PvE mission "Albatross" has undergone a significant revamp.
Learn more about the new campaign and all the other changes to the game on the Armored Warfare site.
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