If you have seen my previous post, where you could see the announcing trailer, each tank comes with a special bonus for PC: 3 days of Premium Account, and you get all four of them you can get the Pz.Kpfw. IV Hydrostat a Tier V German Premium Tank with special Matchmaking.
If you also play on Xbox, don’t forget that each tank comes with a T2 Light Tank, a garage slot and 7 days of Premium Account!
Italeri has just released a new Model Kit line in partnership with World of Tanks. You can get four different models and each brings a Tank Guide, WoT Decals, Bonus Code (PC & Xbox Version) and 3 Invite Codes (PC Version). If you get all four of them you can get the Pz.Kpfw. IV Hydrostat a Tier V German Premium Tank with special Matchmaking.
Ever wanted to ride a tank? What about the legendary Tiger 131 from Bovington Tank Museum?
For those interested, the Bovington Tank Museum is selling raffle tickets where you can win a ride in the Tiger 131 on Tiger Day. Cost is 5£ each ticket, you can buy as many as you want to increase your changes to win.
If you plan on going to Tiger Day on 30th April 2016, and would love to ride the Tiger 131 just visit the museum page and get yourself one. Because of last year success, the museum decided to give more than one prize this time, so here what you could win:
1st Prize: Ride on Tiger 131
2nd Prize: Ride on Leopard
3rd: Prize: Ride on Centurion
You can buy a raffle up to 29th February and the drawn will be on 4th March. The winners will be informed shortly after.
In no way I am trying to sell more tickets, just got one for me because I am going to Tiger Day and I though some of you might want to have a go too.
The German Hall contemplated me with several new vehicles I have never seen before and a few ones I had but with some diferences. The order of the tanks is quite nice to understand how Germany developed their tanks during the War. The Tiger I in display is quite an unique vehicle to see, it’s one of the last seven remaining in the World and it’s very different from the Tiger 131 that is in display at Bovington Tank Museum.