Welcome to the Armored Aces WikiEdit
ARMORED ACESMMO is a mechanized team vs team combat game with armored vehicles. The goal of the game is to eliminate the other team or capture a flag and bring it back to your base. It is free to play.
There are 10 maps that are chosen randomly every battle, each with its own unique set of characteristics, and more maps are on the way.
You can choose a variety of tanks in-game and each can be upgraded in several categories to make them the best machines on the field.
Several consumables can also be purchased with in-game coins to improve your tank further at the start of each match.
The tanks are split into four main categories, each of which are split into various sub-categories. The main categories are: WWII, WWII Tank Destroyers, Experimental and Modern Era tanks. The WWII tanks are split into four subcategories: the USSR, Germany, Great Britain, and the USA.
The Experimentals are currently under development and have a few tanks for all four nations so far but more will be coming.
The Modern Era tanks are split into three main categories: the USSR, NATO and Germany.
The WWII category spans tanks from 1939 to 1945, while the Experimental cateogry focuses on tanks in a similar time period that existed only in blueprints or prototypes. The Modern Era category spans tanks from 1950 to the present day.
Armored Aces is a growing and still developing game since 2014 with new updates released frequently, adding new content such as additional maps or tanks.
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Join the DiscussionEdit
In Armored Aces players become the developers. Submit your ideas for new features or tanks for the developers to consider by visiting the official game forum here (Forum currently down), official VK page , Instagram page or the official Facebook page. You can also chat and share tactics with a growing community of active players as well as get exclusive information on upcoming updates.
Catch up with other players on the unofficial forum here