Own a piece of the Moon with World of Tanks Blitz

A brand-new, timed mode is coming to World of Tanks Blitz tomorrow. On Good Friday, April 10, 2020, Gravity Force will unlock which will “replicate space conditions for all commanders, with mind-bending anti-gravity physics.” That’s right, World of Tanks Blitz is going into outer-space.

That’s not all though. Wargaming, in partnership with Lunar Embassy, is offering players a chance to own a piece of the Moon. The best players during Gravity Force will be in the running for actual, legit certificates of ownership for the Sea of Tranquility.

Lunar Embassy is the only recognised, legal seller of Moon real estate and is working closely with Wargaming and World of Tanks Blitz.

World of Tanks Blitz

Gravity Force will run from April 10 to April 16 and will challenge players with playing, piloting and fighting in zero-gravity. Special low-gravity maps will include Sea of Tranquility, Mirage, Winter Malinovka, Desert Sands, El Alamein, Normandy and Dead Rail.

Dennis Hope, Head Cheese at Lunar Embassy said;

We were delighted to partner with the World of Tanks Blitz team tank battles to the surface of the Moon – and we will be thrilled to welcome some new neighbours on to our Lunar home. This is one small step for man, but one giant leap for Tank-kind

To participate in Gravity Force, players will need to own at least one Tier V tank or higher.

For more info, head to the official site.

Leo Stevenson
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