Ever wondered if Wargaming would make Frontline less painful to grind? Well, that day might come sooner than you think.
Instead of lowering the XP requirements for each Rank or to create a system that would give you points depending independently of were your Rank (for example, you are still missing jut a tiny portion of XP to rank to General and the game ends, you would still receive for example 1050 points, instead of 1,200) Wargaming had a brilliant idea: Personal Reserves or Frontlines.
Please note this feature is still undergoing tests and may not be added in Update 1.6, but, if no now, it’s coming later that’s for sure. So, what’s Personal Reserves for Frontline?
Similar to the already existing Personal Reserves, players would get a boost of 100% in Frontline Experience. For example, having earned the rank General in Frontline, a player would receive 2,400 Frontline Experience, instead of 1,200. The duration of these Personal Reserves is one hour, enough to do on average three battles.
For now, Wargaming is going to test these Personal Reserves in the Common Test, starting today July 18 until the end of the test. Depending on test results, then it will be decided to implement them in Update 1.6 or later.
Only one point remains: Are Personal Reserves for Frontline really necessary or they are just yet another way of grabbing cash from the players? Wouldn’t it be better to implement a system that points would be dynamically calculated in accordance to rank XP?
Let me know your thoughts in the comment section.