WoT EU: Lunar New Year Missions

The Lunar New Year is almost upon us, and to celebrate, we’re bringing you a number of great specials to get involved in. Complete repeatable missions with your favorite vehicles to earn Tokens that you can exchange for Year of the Tiger emblems, “Wealth and Prosperity” decals, and the dazzling Lunar Tiger 2D style.

Check out the missions and the style below, and stay alert for more exciting upcoming Lunar New Year activities!

Lunar New Year is a two-week celebration of spring, new beginnings, and good fortune in Asia, as well as many other places around the world. It is based on the cycles of the Moon, so the date of the Lunar New Year is different each year, falling in January or February. Each Lunar Year is named after one of twelve animals (Tiger, Ox, Rat, etc.), and each animal has its own unique characteristics.

Lunar New Year Missions

Available from January 24 at 06:00 CET through January 31 at 06:00 CET (UTC+1)

Year of the Tiger


  • 6 Year of the Tiger emblems

  • 2 “Wealth and Prosperity” decals


  • Win a battle
  • Finish in the top 10 by XP earned


  • Only in Random Battles and Grand Battles
  • Once per account
  • Only in Tier IV–X vehicles

Year of the Tiger – Challenge Mode


  • 1 Lunar Tiger 2D style


  • Collect 10 Tokens
  • Log in


  • Once per account

Earn tokens by playing battles and dealing plenty of damage (at least 2000 per battle)

10 thoughts on “WoT EU: Lunar New Year Missions

      1. But we don’t celebrate the new year now dumbass. 1st January is new year not some ancient gook calendar

    1. No worries fellow comrade brother. Soon we one server. Very beautiful celebration. Festive yes

    1. I only play frontline now. Nothing else is worth the time or effort in dealing with battles that are most within 2 mins lost or won even if they last until 3.5mins

  1. Fighting for noble reasons..like geopoliticaly correct border, defending already dead tree with own body…somehow hiding simple fact that our own lives are pathetic to the bone marrow.
    Long live hypocrisy

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