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Celebrate the World of Tanks Grand Finals with new Chrysler K Bundles

Triple XP for daily first victories is also now active.

In honor of the upcoming World of Tanks Grand Finals tournament, Wargaming is offering a series of discounted bundles for the official Grand Finals mascot tank, the Chrysler K Premium Tier VIII American tank.

The below Chrysler K bundles are available now and will remain so until June 5th. You can find Premium Shop links for all three bundles here.

Chrysler K Grand Finals Bundle - $41.99

●     Chrysler K Premium Tank

●     Bonus Garage Slot

Chrysler K Fully Loaded Bundle - $51.99 

●     Chrysler K Premium Tank

●     Bonus Garage Slot

●     Gun Rammer Mod

●     Improved Ventilation Mod

●     Vertical Stabilizer Mod

Chrysler K Ultimate Bundle - $79.99 

●     Chrysler K Premium Tank

●     Bonus Garage Slot

●     All Mods From The Fully Loaded Bundle

●     3,000 Gold

●     3,000,000 Credits

In addition to the above Chrysler K bundles, Wargaming is also offering x3 XP for first daily victories starting today and lasting until May 22nd, so be sure to hop in and play World of Tanks at least once each day over this coming weekend. Finally, a new series of Tank Mastery missions can be completed between now and May 29th. There are four missions in total which are available for the following tanks:

●     Strv 103-0

●     Strv 74

●     M24 Chaffee

●     FV215b

The World of Tanks Grand Finals begin next week on May 23rd. You can find more information on the Grand Finals here. If you happen to be a fan of German light tanks, you should also peruse the currently available list of battle missions designed specifically for that class of vehicles.


Nate Hohl

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