Valkyria Chronicles Tanks Collaboration coming to World of Tanks PC and console

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Valkyria Chronicles Tanks Collaboration coming to World of Tanks PC and console

APAC players called to participate in Valkyria Tournament

June 13, 2017 — Wargaming has announced that due to a successful World of Tanks Blitz collaboration with SEGA last year, Valkyria Chronicles’ tanks will be extended and made available on World of Tanks PC and World of Tanks console.

Premium tanks Edelweiss and Nameless will be available on World of Tanks PC from June 16 – 3 July, World of Tanks console from 22 June – 2 July and World of Tanks Blitz from 16 June – 30 June. A special crew and voice pack will also be available for World of Tanks PC and console.

Premium tank Lupus will also be launched exclusively for World of Tanks Blitz.

Wargaming APAC General Manager, Jungwon Hahn, says the Valkyria Chronicles were a hit with World of Tanks Blitz players and is excited to extend the collaboration to World of Tanks PC and World of Tanks console.

“Players are at the heart of everything we do and when we saw the popularity of the Valkyria Chronicles on World of Tanks Blitz, it seemed only logical to extend the experience on PC, Xbox and PlayStation,” said Jungwon.

To celebrate the Valkyria Chronicles collaboration, a Valkyria APAC tournament will be held in June, with registrations kicking off from June 5 – 12.

The 5 v 5 tournament will see players battle it out across two match days on June 13 and June 15. Winners of stage one, will win 100 gold for 5th – 8th place, 250 gold for 3rd and 4th place and 500 gold for 2nd place.

On the final match day, winners placed 5th – 8th will win 750 gold, 3rd and 4th will win 1000 gold, 2nd place will win 2,500 gold and the ultimate winner will win the Valkyria Tank – EdelWeiss.

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World of Tanks Collaborates with Swedish Heavy Metal Band Sabaton

World of Tanks sponsors Breakthrough Band Award, presented by Sabaton, at the 15th annual Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards, London, June 12

June 13, 2017 — Metal gods collided on June 12 as indigo at The O2 plays host to the 15th annual Metal Hammer Golden God Awards, in association with Orange Amplification. The event attracts greats from the rock and metal industry and fans from across the world. So, it’s natural that Wargaming and World of Tanks are involved, which marks the beginning of a long-term collaboration between the game and the heavy metal band Sabaton.

For Wargaming and its millions of players, the combination of history and epic music is a huge part of their gaming scene. Not only is Sabaton a big influence for fans of the game, but the band themselves love playing World of Tanks when they have some time between the shows. It just goes to show that this kind of united inspiration brings a massively diverse bunch of people together to share their passion…and blow stuff up.

This year won’t be Sabaton’s first tour of the Metal Hammer Golden God Awards. In 2011, the band won the Breakthrough Band Award and was nominated in 2012, which was sponsored by Wargaming. Having performed in 2012, it only seems right that on the 15th anniversary of the event Sabaton returns.

“It’s fantastic to see that Sabaton’s members are an active part of World of Tanks,” said Maxim Chuvalov, World of Tanks Marketing Manager. “We know our players’ interests don’t just stop at gaming—their talents go far beyond. With this collaboration, we wanted to celebrate the musical talent from our World of Tanks community because it’s an extremely important part of the in-game experience. This was our chance to share the music in and around our games with the global gaming communities and help inspire them even more.”

“History is a great source of inspiration to us,” said Joakim Brodén, lead singer of Sabaton. “We like to tell stories that influenced the lives of a lot of people. We’ve all been playing World of Tanks, and seeing the company step outside of just gaming in lots of cool ways is an awesome thing to be a part of.”

Fans of Wargaming and Sabaton can expect some cool surprises on the way, so you’d better stay tuned for more information. And, of course, rock on.


About World of Tanks

World of Tanks is a team-based massively multiplayer online action game dedicated to armored warfare of the mid-20th century. Throw yourself into the epic tank battles of World War II with other steel cowboys all over the world. Your arsenal includes over 500 armored vehicles from the United States, Germany, the Soviet Union, France, Great Britain, Japan, China, Sweden and Czechoslovakia carefully detailed with historical accuracy.

About Wargaming

Wargaming is an award-winning online game developer and publisher and one of the leaders in the free-to-play MMO market. Founded as a privately held company in 1998, Wargaming has shipped over 15 titles. Currently, Wargaming is focused on its team-based MMO war series dedicated to the mid-20th century warfare that includes the armored World of Tanks, the flight combat World of Warplanes, and the naval World of Warships. The three intertwined titles form a common gaming universe integrated within the portal

As part of its multiplatform line-up, the company has introduced World of Tanks on Xbox and World of Tanks Blitz on mobile platforms, Windows 10 PCs and Mac OS X. Launched in 2014 and 2015, World of Tanks on Xbox introduced epic tank-on-tank battles to console gamers and offers the first cross-platform gaming experience between Xbox 360 and Xbox One. In 2016, Wargaming released World of Tanks for PlayStation®4, continuing its console campaign.

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About Sabaton Band

Sabaton is a Gold and Platinum awarded Swedish heavy metal band from Falun. The band’s main lyrical themes are based on war and historical battles, and its name is a reference to a sabaton, knight’s foot armor.

The armor and battle theme is heard in the albums Primo Victoria, The Art of War, Attero Dominatus, Coat of Arms, Carolus Rex, Heroes, and The Last Stand, in which all of the songs contain these motifs, except final tracks which are tribute songs to influential heavy metal bands. Lyrical content drawn from World War I, World War II and other historical conflicts is prevalent and lyrics often recite stories of heroic deeds by men and armies. The band’s latest album, The Last Stand, has received multiple awards and reached top 10 worldwide when released in 2016.

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