Claim your War Thunder codes for XM1 General Motors and US Beginners Packs here

War Thunder is a free-to-play vehicular combat game with an emphasis on air, land and sea battles and on World War II. With over 25,000 concurrent players on Steam, War Thunder is one of the platforms most played games. As it has an emphasis on World War II and the world recently celebrated Victory in Europe Day Gaijin has kindly provided us with some codes that will unlock some bonus content for players.

We have two different codes available; XM1 General Motors Packs and US Beginners Packs. The XM1 General Motors Pack is valued at $59.99 USD and includes;

  • XM-1 General Motors tank (Rank 6 USA);
  • Premium account for 15 days;
  • 2000 Golden Eagles;
  • Desert camouflage.

The US Beginners Pack is valued at $4.99 USD and includes;

  • Tank M3A1 Stuart (Rank 1, USA);
  • “United States Marine Corps” decal;
  • Rasmussen’s P-36A plane (Rank 1, USA);
  • 120000 Silver Lions;
  • Premium Account for 7 days.

Redemption of either code must be done via Gaijin’s website and store.

War Thunder

2020 marks 75 years since victory in Europe and VE Day is celebrated widely across the continent to mark the end of fighting in World War II. The end of World War II is something to be celebrated and revered and hopefully a period of time we can learn from and not repeat the same mistakes.

In War Thunder, players can experience the theatres of war of World War II and battle in the air, on land or sea all at once. War Thunder is an action-packed, full-on experience.

There are 1757 vehicles in-game which includes;

  • 626 ground vehicles
  • 838 aircraft (including helicopters)
  • 293 ships

This is the single largest collection of playable military vehicles ever created.

To claim your key, simply enter your email address in the field below, click the key and wait to receive an email.

War Thunder is free-to-play on PC.

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