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Check Out The First Week Of The TankRewards Tanksgiving Event

The first wave of TanksGiving missions are live now.

The month-long Tanksgiving TankRewards event for World of Tanks is now live, and Wargaming has detailed how players can get in on the action during the event’s launch week.

As with previous TankRewards events, players can earn points for the Tanksgiving event by completing special limited-time missions to earn points, then redeem those points for exclusive rewards. For the first week of the Tanksgiving event, the focus is on artillery and light tanks.

However, there’s also a separate group of missions which involve earning the “Ace Tanker” mastery badge (a badge acquired by earning more Base Experience in a single battle than the average highest Experience of 99% of all players in the same tank within the last seven days) using specific tanks. A full breakdown of the available missions can be found below.

Artillery/Light Tank Missions – November 4 to November 11

  • Earn 20,000 XP in any tier IV or higher vehicle (can be repeated daily)
  • Earn 50,000 XP in any tier IV or higher light tank or artillery vehicle (weekly mission)
  • Win 20 battles in any tier IV or higher light tank or artillery vehicle while in a Platoon (weekly mission)

Ace Tanker Missions

One TankRewards point will be granted when a player attains the Ace Tanker badge for each of the following tanks between November 4 and November 14:

  • M41 Walker Bulldog
  • FV201 (A45)
  • T-62A
  • JagdTiger
  • B-C 155 55

More information on the first week of the Tanksgiving TankRewards event can be found on the official World of Tanks website. One of the above Ace Tanker tanks, the FV201 (A45), is now available via the World of Tanks Premium Shop.

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