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"Super-heavy tank. Rumor has it this monster is some kind of experimental prototype."
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Faction Affiliation Nazi Germany
Manufacturer Unknown
Category Tanks/APCs
Accessibility Requires Wheelman perk to permanently store

The Wulf is a Nazi super-heavy tank in The Saboteur. It is the largest and heaviest tank in the game.

Top Speed: 40kph

Acceleration: 3/10

Weight: 6500kg

Strength: 10/10 (Bulletproof)

Repair Price (Contraband): 100


The Wulf is armed with twin cannons mounted on a rotating turret and a machine gun, dealing very high damage and destroying most enemy tanks and installations in a single hit.

As with the the other tanks, the Wulf is capable of damaging other vehicles by running into them. Driving into a car at low speed will usually set it on fire. If a car crashes into the tank at high enough speed, the car may instantly explode.

With its high damage output and the strongest armour of all the tanks in-game, the Wulf is considered to be the most powerful tank available. As a result, it is also one of the most difficult vehicles to acquire and permanently store.


The Wulf is a fictional tank that is essentially a fusion of the German Maus and E-100 super heavy tank projects carried out by Adler and Porsche respectively. The turret however is completely fictional and is taken from a variety of "Flakpanzer E-100/Maus" models created by modelling communities based on the concept of a super heavy Flakpanzer. The turret is supposedly armed with dual 88mm flak guns and given the size of the turret presumably features some form of auto-loading mechanism, so would possess quite the rate of fire, with armor penetrating properties similar to that of the 88mm L/71 found on the Tiger 2. The turret would be significantly slower to traverse than is presented in game, given its weight (which given it is presumably similar in weight to the Maus turret, would weigh around 58 tonnes, which is about the weight of a Tiger 1!) and, whilst not unreasonable given the size of the vehicle, unless some form of adapted aircraft engine is used, the speed and acceleration of the vehicle would most likley be much less than what is portrayed in game. The hull of the vehicle possess the shape of the Maus, with a much steeper upper front plate, sides that are essentially squashed versions of the E-100's protective skirts, the rear plate of the E-100, the rear fuel tank from the Maus, the frontal roof vents from the Maus, rear roof vents from theE-100 and the road wheel design and tracks from the E-100.


Unoccupied Wulf location in the southeast edge of the map

The easiest way to get a Wulf is to find the unoccupied one in the far southeast of the map, in the countryside. This video also shows its location.

The Wulf can be spotted in many areas in the world, mostly in the countryside. Ones that are occupied are heavily guarded.


  • Wulf tanks are sent at level 5 alarms to take down Sean. Interestingly, they only appear to spawn while the player is on foot; if the player attempts to flee in a vehicle, Wulf tanks to not appear at all.
  • You can easily retrieve this vehicle to your garage, wearing a disguise.
  • There appears to be a glitch where the Wulf takes damage whenever the cannons in its turret get stuck on an object. If the player is not careful, this can rapidly cause damage and result in the tank's destruction.