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Wilk XC-8
Wilk XC-8
Tier / Class:
10 TD
Zhang Feng
Stats - Stock (Renowned)
Max Damage:
520 (530)
5,672 (6,424)
690 (800) mm
Hit Points:
Hull F/S/R:
75 / 45 / 35
Turret F/S/R:
60 / 40 / 40
Max Speed:
102.60 km/h
Acceleration 0-32kph:
4.00 (3.30) s
Hull Traverse:
37.90 (43.60) deg/s
430 m
Accuracy (Spread):
Max Cannon Depression:
-9.0 / -9.0°
Turret Traverse Speed:
50.00 deg/s

The Wilk XC-8 (Wolf XC-8) is a tier 10 Tank Destroyer‏‎ originating from Poland, and is sold by Zhang Feng.The Wilk XC-8 is the first Polish vehicle of Armored Warfare named after the ferocious pack animal, second being its lvl 8 sibling the WWO Wilk, using the same potent and mobile Rosomak platform in this iteration with 120mm IFV turret. It can be unlocked with a tier 10 Unlock Token, and is the end of the Multi-Purpose Vehicles line.


  • High spot and rof: had high spotting ranges and rate of fire.
  • High caliber: the high caliber weaponry deals an increased damage.
  • PELE: good penetration potential and can deal major damage to crew and internal modules.

Player recommendations[]

With heavy rapid firepower, the Wilk XC-8 is a powerful mobile tank destroyer capable of picking apart targets from range with its excellent penetration and accuracy. When played correctly, it can force back enemies and quickly relocate to stay in the battle. The firepower and mobility come with a cost: the composite armor is still thin enough that all but the lightest of AP firing auto-cannons can penetrate. Against HEAT though, its side protection is excellent for its weight, but should not be tested too much. It relies on mobility and camouflage, not health pool, to survive.

Pros and cons[]


  • Good mobility
  • Excellent firepower
  • High camo rating
  • PELE rounds capable of disabling an enemy with a single shot (especially turret rings), thus not totally defenseless in a brawl.
  • Very fast reload for a single shot cannon
  • APS can shoot down both missiles and shells
  • Good depression


  • Large silhouette
  • Negligible armor
  • Bad acceleration
  • Very long and heavy, thus may be hard to fit properly in cover. Wheels make it impossible to turn in place. You gotta park it like a limo.

Upgrade suggestions[]

The Wilk XC-8 focuses on mobility and firepower over protection. Therefore, upgrading its strengths even more should be a priority. The Wilk has a variety of upgrades to its firepower, including better ammunition and an Improved Auto-loader, which should be researched early. Researching the Scania DC 13 Diesel Engine should also be a priority, as the upgrade to mobility will offer increased survivability through avoiding trouble.

Retrofit suggestions[]

  • Improved Gun Breech
  • Advanced Muzzle Reference System
  • Electro-Optical Absorbing Paint
  • Augmented Optics

Commander and crew skill suggestions[]

  • Commander: Sabrina Washington, for improvements to camo rating, view range, and accuracy
  • Driver: Smooth Ride, Off-Road Driving
  • Gunner: Quick Draw, Sharpshooter


Wilk XC-8 Stock Armor
XP Cost Credit Cost Hull
Stock Stock ? mm (vs AP)
? mm (vs HEAT)
Unknown ? mm (vs AP)
? mm (vs HEAT)
Unknown N/A N/A% (vs AP)
N/A% (vs HEAT)
Based on the Rosomak upgraded hull with composite on high hardness spaced steel, the turret is constructed of similar high hardness plates that provide STANAG 4 all around protection against smaller autocannons.

Q-Net Slat Armor
XP Cost Credit Cost Hull
Stock 1,843,200 ? mm (vs AP)
? mm (vs HEAT)
Unknown ? mm (vs AP)
? mm (vs HEAT)
Unknown N/A N/A% (vs AP)
N/A% (vs HEAT)
These rigid grids are installed on the sides and in the rear of the vehicle. Their main objective is to reduce the damage from HEAT-type warheads.


120mm Cockerill cannon
Shell name Type Reputation Damage Area of effect Penetration Max Accuracy Speed Reload
120mm DM53 APFSDS AP Stock 520 0m 690mm 0.06° 1,650 m/s 4.20s
120mm DM11 HE HE 75,800 520 1.50m 40mm 0.06° 1,025 m/s 4.20s
120mm DM12A2 HEAT-MP HEAT Stock 575 0m 800mm 0.06° 1,180 m/s 4.20s
120mm DM63A1 APFSDS AP 94,750 530 0m 800mm 0.06° 1,850 m/s 4.20s
120mm PELE PELE 75,800 650 0m 675mm 0.06° 1,650 m/s 4.20s

Missile Name Type Reputation Damage Penetration Velocity Reload Time Missiles in Launcher Reload within Launcher Burst Fire Rate Splash Radius Flight Agility Self-Guided
Falarick 120 ATGM Tandem-HEAT 113,700 525 900mm 200m/s 4.20s 1 {{{reloadm}}}s 10.90rd/min 0m {{{agility}}}deg/s No


Name Reputation Cost Credits Max Speed Reverse Speed 0 to 32km/h 0 to Max Speed Hull Traverse Fire Chance
Scania DI 12 Diesel Engine Stock Stock 102.60km/h {{{reverse}}} 4.00s {{{0-max}}} 37.90deg/s {{{firechance}}}

Scania DC 13 Diesel Engine 132,650 1,638,400 102.60km/h {{{reverse}}} 3.30s {{{0-max}}} 43.60deg/s {{{firechance}}}


XC-8 Technology
Name Reputation Cost Credits Description
GALIX 17 Smoke Grenades 113,700 1,433,600 Provides 9 total smoke deployments with a 3-round magazine. Smoke can be fired every 3 seconds. The magazine takes 60 seconds to reload.

Zaslon-L APS 170,550 2,867,200 An Active Protection System that has a chance of destroying ATGMs around a player's vehicle from a range of 200m or more.

Improved Autoloader 170,550 2,457,600 Reload speed increased by 10%.


Class: Fire Support Vehicle (Prototype)
Developed: 2015
Service: N/A
Vehicles Built: 1
Operators: N/A

The Wilk XC-8 is a KTO Rosomak hull with a commercial Cockerill XC-8 turret. Unlike the previous turret, the XC-8 can mount a bigger gun: the Cockerill 120mm high-pressure automatically loaded L/50 smoothbore, capable of firing all standard NATO 120mm ammunition. Introducing the 120mm caliber to the Rosomak chassis solved the logistics demand of the Polish military that proved the downfall of the original Wilk.

A prototype Wilk with the XC-8 turret was unveiled to public in 2015 during the MSPO expo in Kielce, Poland and shown again in 2016. The vehicle was also offered to the Polish military, but at this point (October 2016), no definitive conclusion about its introduction or rejection was reached yet and there is no defined place for that kind of vehicle in Polish military unit structure. The Polish Army is currently pursuing several fire support vehicle directions (including the revived Anders platform and the WWB Gepard), making the future of WWO Wilk uncertain.

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