Learn How To Win In World Of Tanks Part 1 - Strategies
World of Tanks - Tactics for Pro and Less Pro Players
I may say that this is the most important tactic to learn as it will help not only you, but also your team There are three mainly type of tanks that you need to learn about. Usually the strongest tanks will be active in the middle of the battlefield while the medium tanks will try and cover the sides of the battle area and try to take the enemies without being in sight. There are also the tank destroyers which are created for taking down enemies from the farest point possible on the map. If you have such a tank and you don't have the necessary range to reach all the way to enemies than try and get closer. You have to be careful when advancing, advance slowly and with caution, but before that look for the strongest point created by your teammates and go in that direction.
The best way to approach in battle is to make a clear plan in your mind about where to go, how to attack, when to attack, etc. and stick to the plan. Don't go like a noob straight forward in the battle, most likely you will get destroyed. As an artillery tank you should try and hit as precise as you can, the loading time is very long. Don't hit just any enemy that you see, try and look for the ones that are tougher, ones that your team are having a hard time in destroying them. As I said earlier, you have to plan each action you take and think twice before you take action in the first place.
It is important to communicate with your team. This is a team game you don't have to do things on your own, always stick with your team. If you want to advance tell your team to follow you. Sometimes you have to wait and see if they are really advancing and after that advance just to be sure you are not going alone. If you find yourself in a difficult situation where it seems that your team may lose you should retreat, but not individually, always retreat along with your team. Sometimes, even if it looks like there is no way to win the battle you have to stick with your team and not run like a chicken. This is very helpful and sometimes may be the difference between winning and losing, if a tank leaves or not.