The Battle Results Screen in World of Tanks Explained
Figuring out what the Battle Results screen means and how to learn from it
At the end of each match in World of
Your personal score is a brief overview of your previous battle in World of Tanks. The Personal Score shows you the amount of Silver and Combat Experience you earned from the battle as well as the amount you could have earned if you had a Premium Account.
This screen will also show you the highest performing vehicles in the match. These vehicles are the ones that did the most damage, got the most kills, or damaged the most modules, among other parameters.
At the bottom of the Personal Score
The Team Score is a breakdown of both your team and the enemy team’s individual statistics. On the Team Score screen you will find everyone’s
Due to this screen displaying medals an opponent earns during the combat, you’re able to mouse-over the medal to reveal how they earned it. This is useful in that it will allow you to learn how to unlock these medals for yourself, a handy tool for those of us who like to collect 'em all.
This is the most information-heavy part of the Battle Results screen as it shows, as the name suggests, a detailed report of everything you did during the previous battle. This is an excellent tool for reviewing your performance without having to watch a replay.
On the Detailed Report
Another facet of the Detailed Report to keep your eye on is your Time of Destruction. The longer you’re able to stay alive during a battle the more Experience and Silver you will be earning once the battle ends. By analyzing your Detailed Report you can see how much of the battle you missed, be it the final moments or the entire engagement. Staying alive for longer goes hand-in-hand with learning the maps and your tanks, because the longer you're alive the more time you have to practice.
One of the most important parts of getting better at a multiplayer game is trying to understand how you performed during a match, and World of Tanks is no different. Reading the Battle Results after each engagement ends will help you track your skill progression throughout your career. Take the time at the end of the battle to look over such things as shots fired versus shots hit as well as your survival time. If you can increase