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The anniversary of World of Tanks is just around the corner. Wargaming has just announced a new special game mode to mark the 10-year milestone. Act III is a limited-time game mode focused on the widely requested Sturmpanzer VI Sturmtiger. Players can take on missions and unlock special anniversary gifts.

Act III: Sturmpanzer VI Sturmtiger

For the first time ever, players can get their hands on the Sturmtiger. Players have been requesting this feature since 2015. It’s got unique characteristics and features. There was never a good fit for it in the tech tree however. But now, you’ll be able to get it, but only for a week! The Sturmpanzer VI Sturmtiger is a great piece of German engineering with devastating fire power.

World of Tanks Game Designer Dmitriy Trofimov is excited to see it in the game:

The Sturmtiger is a wonderful piece of military vehicle history, but the real-life vehicle itself is rather unbalanced, which made it very hard to naturally fit in our game all those years ago… Its armour would be comparable to Tier VII or VIII, but its gun caliber… well, it’s something special. At 38cm, it’s 14cm more than anything else in our game.

Don’t miss out

In order to gain access to the Sturmtiger, players can battle it out in teams of 10 on five different maps. It’s only available from June 17 – 24, so get in quick. You’ll need to log into your World of Tanks account or create one for free today. You’ll be able to battle players from all over the world using tanks from World War II. There are over 600 armored vehicles from 11 different nations. Like World of Warships, each tank has carefully detailed historical accuracy.

So what are you waiting for? Jump into World of Tanks and try out the Sturmtiger for this limited time only.


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