One of the much discussed aspects of World of Tanks is tracking because it is the one that can really change a game. Here we will tell you some of the useful tips for tracking so that you can efficiently track your enemy and prevent yourself from being tracked.
- You should have a target to hit and especially those annoying scouts as well as tank destroyers. By immobilizing them you can prevent yourself from scouting within your arty.
- While playing WOT you should decide what you have to hit. Don’t depend upon the auto-aim and there is no need to do right click on them. One of the best ways to track is to hit the tanks either from rear or sides because they are weakly armored. In this way your shell can penetrate more within the track hit-box. However it is significantly difficult to do. If you can’t do this then you should aim for middle of track. Always keep in mind that your target is usually in moving condition, so in order to target them, you will need to shoot ahead of them so that you can hit on their tracks.
- Your timing to hit your enemy should be more or less accurate. If your enemy is not within your track then you should avoid shooting them. It is best to pull out them from their areas and then target them. For example, when enemy tanks ridge a hill, then it is good to shoot their tracks because at that time they will be decelerated. If they are among buildings or rock structures then they find difficulty in escaping from your shot.
- If you want to escape yourself from being tracked by your enemy then the easiest way is not to give them the opportunity to track you. Try to remain stay at the back of ridge-line or a hill with the intention that your turret will appear but your tracks will not be shown by geography.
- Some of the great low barricades like tank-husks, rocks etc. helps in keeping your tracks as well as your hull (less armored) unseen and thus your enemy tanks are not able to track you.
- By continuously moving your turret while you are going over a terrain which may provides little or no cover helps you in escaping from being tracked by your enemy because in this situation they will not be able to get a good opportunity to shoot you.
- Always try to go behind the path which helps in keeping your tank under hidden condition especially your tank’s lower half. Go one cover to other at the back of buildings or rocks. You need to take the idea of timing which means how much longer you can wait to go from one cover other cover so that the enemy tanks will not be able to track you exactly.
With the above useful tips you can track your enemy efficiently as well as escape yourselves from being tracked by your enemies.