WoT: Light Up the Battlefield With Lightning-Fast Tanks

Do you feel the need for speed? Do you want to go full throttle? Are you ready to shift into top gear and turbocharge your gameplay? Well then, don’t let the latest Premium Shop offers hurry away. Whether you roll out aboard the brisk VIIIleKpz M 41 90 mm , the swift VIIILT-432 , or the nimble IIL-60 , you will break the sound barrier as quickly as enemy hulls.

leKpz M 41 90 mm GF,
Tier VIII German Light Tank

Armament: 90/76 mm US-Kanone M 32
Top Speed: 72.40 km/h
Damage per Minute: 2,181 HP/min


Tier VIII Soviet Light Tank

Damage per Minute: 2,076 HP/min
Top Speed: 70 km/h
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles: −7/15°


Tier II Swedish Light Tank

Top Speed: 48 km/h
Damage per Minute: 1,020 HP/min
Hit Points: 360 HP


leKpz M 41 90 Offers

Available from April 10 at 07:00 CEST through April 17 at 07:00 CEST (UTC+2)

The VIIIleKpz M 41 90 mm is a lightning-fast light tank that can easily outmaneuver and outgun its opponents. This variant of the well-known M41 Walker Bulldog tank shares its counterpart’s swiftness and agility. And with a top speed of over 72 km/h and a staggering 2,181 DPM, this tank is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with. The mighty 90 mm gun is an impressive feature that boasts 240 HP of damage per shot, excellent gun handling, and a quick aiming time of just 1.8 seconds. Although its armor may not be the thickest, the tank’s good penetration values allow it to take on tougher opponents and punch above its weight class.

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LT-432 Offers

Available from April 10 at 07:00 CEST through April 17 at 07:00 CEST (UTC+2)

The VIIILT-432 is a nimble light tank with the heart of a brawler, combining flexibility with solid characteristics. It is an exceptional scout with a low profile, great camouflage values, and a top speed of 70 km/h, only missing out on view range. But this tank is not just a sneaky spy, it’s also a formidable offensive machine. Take on enemy light tanks with its 2,076 DPM, good gun handling, and fast-flying shells. And with 1,100 HP and an outstanding armor profile, this all-rounder is a frontline warrior that can adapt to any battle situation.


World of Tanks offers various signup bonuses to new players, which can include:

Free Tanks: New players can receive free tanks by completing certain missions or by using a referral link from an existing player.

Premium Time: New players can receive a certain amount of free Premium Account time, which provides various bonuses, including increased XP and credit earnings, discounts on tanks and equipment, and more.

Bonus Credits: New players can receive bonus credits to help them get started in the game.

Personal Reserves: New players can receive Personal Reserves, which provide bonuses to XP or credit earnings for a set amount of time.

To receive these signup bonuses, players need to create a new account and follow the instructions provided during the signup process. It's important to note that signup bonuses can vary depending on the region and time of signup, so players should check the game's official website or in-game notifications for the latest offers.

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Additionally, new players can take advantage of various tutorials and training modes available in the game to help them learn the basics of tank combat and improve their skills. These tutorials can also provide additional bonuses and rewards for completing certain objectives.

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