World of Tanks Blitz: Tankenstein Update (2.2) – Out Now

Since Halloween is knocking at our doors, we have seen many games get spooky updates. World of Tanks Blitz [Free] will be no stranger to Halloween either, has just recently updated it with amazing new content. Inspired by mad science, they created a novel metallic tank and named it Tankenstein (a name that probably pissed Frankenstein off). Additionally, the game’s terrain has been decorated with Halloween garb; including Halloween pumpkins, garage, and atmosphere.

Apparently, Tankenstein was created by evil scientists in a laboratory in Switzerland. It is a Tier VII Premium Heavy Tank that is designed from German, Soviet, and American parts. To obtain this wicked tank, you have to complete a set of missions from October 15th – October 30th at 10:00 UTC. There are 7 stages to the mission, you can check your mission rotation by logging in.

The Tankenstein Missions will automatically replace one of the missions in your Mission slots. Your progress won’t be lost if you were working on previous missions before, and you will retrieve them once you finish the Tankenstein Mission. You will be given one last push to finish a remaining Tankenstein Mission, if any, from October 30th – November 1st. By completing 3 stages of the set, you will receive 1 Day of Premium Account.

Finally, if you want to trick or treat, then ride the evil Tankenstein in the eerie atmosphere of World of Tanks Blitz. The game is by far, a massive success for its warfare and competition. To learn more about the Tankenstein, then watch the trailer for this update below.

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