World of Tanks and The Offspring team up to celebrate the band’s 10th album; Let The Bad Times Roll

Having first collaborated in 2019 when The Offspring were added to World of Tanks and headlined the Wargaming Fest in Minsk, Belarus, Wargaming, World of Tanks and the “legendary punk band” have once again teamed up. This time, World of Tanks and The Offspring have come together to celebrate the release of Let The Bad Times Roll, the band’s 10th album.

Recorded over the last few years, under the guidance of producer Bob Rock, Let The Bad Times Roll marks the band’s first release in seven years.

In 2019, whilst headlining the Wargaming Fest, The Offspring were also added to World of Tanks in addition to a “punk rock” tank. Fans who couldn’t make it to Minsk were treated to animated versions of the band performing their show in the World of Tanks garage.

Now, to celebrate Let The Good Times Roll, World of Tanks is bringing back The Offspring content and to celebrate we have codes to giveaway. Click here for more details.

World of Tanks & The Offspring

According to Wargaming;

With the release of the new album, tankers will be able to rock out while clashing on the battlefield in the TL-1 LPC, a Tier VIII American light tank, adorned in the awesome Pretty Fly 3D style. This style features everything the band needs to put on an impromptu show, including all their instruments, stagelights, and more. Attentive players and fans will also notice the skateboards featuring the iconic album artwork, including 1998’s Americana, affixed to the vehicle.

Additionally, The TL-1 LPC Pretty Fly includes Dexter, Noodles, Pete and Todd with custom voiceovers as well as the chance to nab 2D customisation items like decals, inscriptions, emblems and “the unique Turn It Up! 2D style.”

Let The Bad Times Roll and The Offspring in-game items are available now.

World of Tanks is free-to-play on PC.

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Leo Stevenson
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