At level 10, the clans will be able to participate with 5 members in the wars, and at the level 20, the clans will be able to participate with 10 members.
Members to participate in clan wars will be selected using the /clanmembers command. The condition that a member can be added to clan wars is that he has accumulated at least 300 XP in the current week.
By typing the /clanwar command, any clan member can view the list of members who have been enrolled to participate in the following clan wars. Also through this command the leader can set a minimum rank required to give other members access to the function of adding / removing members of the clan wars. Also, by selecting a member from the list displayed by /clanwar will remove that member from the list of participants in the following war rounds.
The wars between the clans will be held on Saturdays between 15:00 and 16:00.
The list of members participating in clan wars can be changed at any time during the week, but it will no longer be able to be changed during the wartime hours on Saturdays.
For a clan to be eligible to participate in the war, it must have a minimum of 5 participants enrolled in the clan wars.
There are only two types of war between the clans: 5 vs 5 and 10 vs 10.
If a clan is level 20 and can participate with 10 members in the wars, but it has a list of only 7 participants for example, then 2 members out of the 7 will be randomly removed, leaving 5 members enrolled in the list to participate in the 5 vs 5 war type.
If a 20-level clan has 10 participants enrolled in wars, then it will participate in 10 vs 10 wars against other clans that also have 10 enrolled participants. If no such opponent is found then 5 clan members will be eliminated from that clan, leaving 5 members on the list who will participate in 5 vs 5 wars against other clans of the same number of participants.
A round of war takes 30 minutes, so any clan will be able to participate twice in that weekly war hours. Opponent clans are randomly chosen. If there is an odd number of clans who have set their list of members participating in the war, then one of the clans (randomly chosen) will not be able to participate in the respective rounds, because it has no opponent.
Clan wars will take place somewhere between the three cities on a fixed turf that will not be owned by anyone.
Warriors will be able to access the command /gun to select the weapons they will use.
Every time a participant dies on the turf, he will be the spectator of the opponent who killed him.
Once you entered the turf, you can not go out.
You can not damage other warriors if you are not on the turf.
The respawn will be done in opposite corners for the two clans outside the turf.
During the wars, every 5 minutes a bonus box will be randomly spawned on the turf. There are 4 types of bonus boxes with some features:
Normal Box: Has HP: 5,000 and offers 50 Bonus Points
Master Box: Has HP: 10,000 and offers 100 Bonus Points
Champion Box: Has HP: 15,000 and offers 150 Bonus Points
Legendary Box: Has HP: 20,000 and offers 200 Bonus Points
Warriors can shoot in those boxes to take them down. The clan that causes damage to the box at least half of the box's HP will receive as a reward that box's bonus score according to its type.
It will also count the bonus box score to every participant that causes damage to the box of at least 250 HP.
The information of each box will be displayed through a graphical interface above the radar and a 3D text located next to the box.
There may be several bonus boxes spawned at the same time, but the graphical interface above the radar will only display the information of the last spawned box and the total number of non-destroyed boxes on the turf.
War statistics will be counted through a table on the right side of the screen, similar to normal wars.
The winner of the war round will be the highest-score clan resulting by gathering the clan's KDR and the total bonus points accumulated from the destruction of the boxes. More specifically, if a clan has KDR (Kill / Death Ratio) 10 and 150 Bonus Points (resulted from a Champion box) then that clan will have a score of 10 + 150 = 160.
At the end of the war round, you'll see war statistics through a graphical interface and both clans will receive a certain amount of XP. The amount of XP is calculated by clan level and by type of war (5 vs 5 or 10 vs 10). Also, the winning clan will receive a double XP vs the losing clan.