World of Tanks Mother's Day Specials Include Discounts and XP Bonuses

You can earn a free Chocolate consumable just for showing up on Mother’s Day.

This upcoming Sunday just so happens to be Mother’s Day, and Wargaming has announced that they will be folding the holiday into their usual batch of weekend specials and bonuses.

First up, this weekend’s discounted Premium tank is the German Pz. III K. Next, there are three different discounted bundles available between now and May 22nd, all of which are outlined below:

Pz. III K Basic Bundle - $12.99

  • Pz. III K Premium Tank
  • Bonus Garage Slot

Pz. III K Fully Loaded Bundle - $24.99

  • Pz. III K Premium Tank
  • Bonus Garage Slot
  • Gun Rammer Mod
  • Improved Ventilation Mod
  • Coated Optics Mod
  • 1,600 Gold

Pz. III K Ultimate Bundle - $49.99

  • Pz. III K Premium Tank
  • Bonus Garage Slot
  • All Mods From The Fully Loaded Bundle
  • 3,000 Gold
  • 3,000,000 Credits

Premium Shop links for all of the bundles listed above can be found here.

From May 12th to May 15th, World of Tanks players can also earn x2 Crew XP for every battle in which they’re one of the top 10 XP earners on their team. Simply playing a single battle on Mother’s Day (May 14th) also grants a free Chocolate consumable which can be applied to any German tank (like the Pz. III K), and grants an additional 10 percent effectiveness to all Crew skills for a single battle.

Finally, a new series of Tank Mastery missions will open up tomorrow, May 12th, and will be available until May 22nd. The following tanks will have associated Tank Mastery missions:

  • A-20
  • T-34/100
  • T110E5
  • Ferdinand

For more on the latest World of Tanks coverage, be sure to read about how you can earn extra Gold via the World of Tanks Writing in the Sand contest.

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