In June 1944, thousands of Allied soldiers landed on the beaches and landing fields of Normandy in what became the largest amphibious invasion in the history of warfare. D-Day was a turning point in the Second World War, marking the beginning of the end for the Axis forces.
Today, you can roll out on the virtual battlefield with offers on the captured VIBretagne Panther , the popular VIM4A3E8 Thunderbolt VII , and the fast-firing VM10 RBFM , plus three head-turning styles.
Available from June 6 at 07:00 CEST through June 13 at 07:00 CEST (UTC+2)
- The VIBretagne Panther was a German Panther that was captured by the French, then adorned with the Allied insignia and thrust back into battle. Its good mobility and sloped front protect an impressively accurate 75 mm gun with great penetration. Meanwhile, its high rate of fire, large HP pool, and penchant for going on effective ramming rampages make this a fun and versatile medium to command.
- The VIM4A3E8 Thunderbolt VII was a favorite of Lieutenant Colonel Creighton Abrams during the Second World War, and it may find a place in your heart too. Effectively the M4A3E8 Sherman with additional armor, this vehicle is sure to stun your enemies. Make use of its strong frontal armor, quick-firing 76 mm cannon, 1,916 DPM, and –10 degrees of gun depression.
- The VM10 RBFM enjoyed fame under French actor Jean Gabin as commander. He was probably as impressed as you’ll be with its high rate of fire and good aiming speed
2 thoughts on “Grab Styles and Historical D-Day Vehicles 78 Years On”
Funny how 80 years ago we sent thousands to fight a potential invading army.
Now the invading army arrive in the thousands each day in dinghy boats and they are welcomed with opened arms…
Backed the wrong side.