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Imperial Steel DLC Drops for World of Tanks:

Xbox 360 Edition



Wargaming, developer and publisher for World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition, have recently released DLC for the free-to-play MMO tank shooter.

The DLC, aptly titled Imperial Steel, includes 4 Japanese light tanks and 9 Japanese medium tanks for players to take out for a spin on the battlefield. If that wasn’t already enough, Imperial Steel also includes a new map for players to duke it out tank vs tank, titled Sacred Valley.

This isn’t the first time players have had a chance to roll out the armour in a Japanese tank, as the Chi-Nu Kai, a premium medium tank, was released back in January, though was a sole addition and didn’t offer a new line of tanks to choose from.

The Imperial Steel DLC was announced a few days ago, though had no mention of a new map, so this is quite the surprise for gamers.

Sacred Valley’s description reads: Jagged cliffs surround the central low ground, offering plenty of advantageous perches for big guns to hide. Fight your way to control of the high ground or go head-to-head in the village; the path to victory is yours to define!

Find a full list of all the new tanks below.

Light Tank Line

R. Otsu




Medium Tank Line








Type 61


The new tanks and the new map will surely be a fine addition to what is already considered to be one of the best free-to-play games out there; this offering simply adds more bang for, well, no bucks (unless you decide to pay for the premium tanks, of course).

Word of Tanks is a massively multiplayer online game, revolving around tank vs tank combat on huge maps with a selection of various tanks to choose from and control in objective-based game modes. It is built upon a freemium business model, as while it is free-to-play, players can choose to pay real money to buy an in-game currency to purchase “premium” tanks, and “premium” accounts that will allow them earn more experience and gain credits faster.

The Xbox 360 version of the game was released on 12th February 2014 as an Xbox Live Arcade title and is not linked to the PC version of the game. An Xbox One version is also expected to be released sometime this year.