World of Tanks Blitz celebrates one year on Switch with an anniversary gift for players

Wargaming is excited to announce that today marks exactly one year since World of Tanks Blitz launched for Nintendo Switch. In that time, World of Tanks Blitz has been installed on Switch 1.5 million times with over 78 million battles taking place. “Having passed the 1-year milestone on our Switch journey, we wanted to reward the game’s fans on Nintendo Switch with memorable presents,” states Natalia Pershyts, Publishing Product Director, World of Tanks Blitz.

“The 1.5 million installs on the platform over this period makes us believe that our product managed to click with a new audience, and we are set to keep delivering high-quality gameplay to both new and existing players.”

To celebrate the anniversary, Nintendo Switch World of Tanks Blitz players will receive an in-game gift rewarding their loyalty.

World of Tanks Blitz Switch

By simply logging into World of Tanks Blitz on Switch before September 13 and claiming the free package from the premium shop, players will get;

  • A brand-new animated camouflage “Fires of War” for a personal choice of up to 10 tanks
  • 3 days of Premium Account
  • 100,000 credits
  • 10 epic boosters for credits, XP, Crew XP and Free XP.

It’s not just existing players who’ll be rewarded as part of the anniversary celebrations. Newcomers to World of Tanks Blitz on Switch will be able to redeem the exclusive M6A2E1 & Resources Bundle in the eShop.

This DLC bundle includes;

  • The M6A2E1, Tier VII American Heavy Tank
  • A Garage slot
  • The animated camouflage “Radioactive Glow”

World of Tanks Blitz is free-to-play across iOS, macOS, Android, Windows 10, Steam and Switch. Wargaming describes it as “a fun, lighthearted approach to the genre that bends the rules of reality, putting an engaging twist on tank combat. Deep mechanics and realistic physical models across both authentic and alternative historical settings combine to create fluid gameplay and tactical diversity.”

Learn more at the official website.

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