Your objective in WarZone2, is to destroy as many enemy tanks
as you can before they manage to destroy you. Your tank is destroyed
(and thus your game is over) when the damage indicator (located
in the bottom right hand corner of the screen) reaches 100 percent.
Maneuvering your tank is pretty straightforward, use the arrow
keys to steer and drive the tank. Use the 't' and 'e' keys to
rotate your gun turret clockwise and counter clockwise respectively.
Pressing the 'r' key will cause your gun turret to re-center itself
automatically. Use the <space> bar to fire your weapon.
Your weapon will automatically reload itself after firing a round.
If you are using the 'in tank' view (see below for info on changing
your view), your aiming recticle will turn black while you weapon
is reloading, and will be white when you are ready to fire.
When you are using the 'in tank' view (see below for details
about changing views) you have access to a radar in the bottom
left hand corner of the screen. This will enable you to locate
enemies and navigate around buildings etc.. The radar can be zoomed
in and out by pressing 'w 'and 'q' respectively. Items depicted
on the radar screen can be identified by the following color scheme
WarZone2 allows you to play using a variety of different internal
and external camera views. You can choose any of the basic external
camera views (situated above and behind your tank) by pressing
function keys F1-F4 (inclusive). Pressing 'v' will allow you to
instantly change between internal and external views, and pressing
'h' will engage the circling helicopter camera mode. The available
camera views are summarized in the following table :
||External view from above and behind your tank at close range.
||External view from above and behind your tank at medium
||External view from above and behind your tank at long range.
||External view from above and behind your tank at extreme
||Change between internal and external tank views.
||Activate/deactivate circling helicopter view.
Pressing 'Esc' activates the options menu. This menu allows you
to adjust display preferences, as well as toggling the sound on
and off. Decreasing display/graphic details will allow you to
speed up the game for use on slower machines. It is recommended
that you decrease display settings only if you are experiencing
slow frame rates. After pressing 'Esc' to activate the menu, follow
the on screen instructions, and then press 'Esc' again, to return
to the game.
Tips and Hints
External views allow you to see more of the surrounding area,
while the internal view gives you access to a radar. Pressing
'v' allows you to quickly change between internal and external
views, and it is a good idea to use this to quickly check your
radar from time to time if you prefer to play using the external
There are many buildings and trees in the area, use them for
If you find yourself in a situation where you need to quickly
fire a shot behind you, turning both your tank and your turret
simultaneously in the same direction will allow you to aim behind
yourself much faster.
Make use of your separately rotatable turret. Rotating your turret
perpendicular to your tank's direction will enable you to fire
at targets while 'side stepping' their return fire.
Take your target's movement direction and speed into account
when aiming shots at them. Particularly for long range targets,
aiming towards their direction of movement will increase your
chance of a hit.
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