All players in Tanki Online have a certain rank, which shows the progress of the player in the game. By taking part in battles, players earn experience points. The more experience points a player earns, the higher the player's rank is.
All players start the game at the rank of "Recruit", which is the lowest rank in the game. Each rank is unlocked once the player reaches the required number of experience points. There are a total of 30 ranks in the game- the last being Generalissimo, which is unlocked after earning a total of 1,400,000 experience points.
At the top of the game is a green bar, showing the progress from the beginning of the current rank, and how much is left until the player reaches the next rank.
A player's rank is not just an indication to how far the player has reached in the game, but is also used to gain access to features in the game:
- Each item from the garage (passes, supplies, paints, turrets and hulls) are available to buy when reaching a particular rank.
- Each map has its own minimum rank limit- players below the limit will not be able to create or enter a battle in this map. Some of the maps, however, are available to recruits.
- When creating a new battle in a server's battle list, a range of ranks is associated with this battle. Only players whose rank is included in the range are able to join. Also, the higher the player's rank is, the wider the range of ranks gets (for the player that creates the battle).
- The battle fund increases each time a tank is destroyed. The increase amount depends on the destroyed tank's rank (see table below, "Kill Value" column).
- The value of rewards from Daily Missions (this formerly affected the daily gifts).
- When ranking up, you receive a sum of crystals. The higher the rank is, the more crystals you get.
Table of Ranks
- Players with a premium account have a red ribbon behind their rank symbol. It can be hidden or displayed via a checkbox in the Premium Account menu in the garage.
- When reaching the rank of Generalissimo, the progress bar remains full, and the rank text reads "n / 0" (where n is the amount of all collected experience points).