For the fourth year in a row, Wargaming is celebrating National Military Appreciation Month during May and honoring North American vets by donating 25% of the proceeds from the dedicated in-game currency support packages sold in World of Tanks Blitz (Free) Premium Store (only in the North-American one). It’s good to see such a huge gaming company like Wargaming, and not just individual streamers, promote charity work, and I hope more companies follow suit. Wargaming is supporting one charity per week starting with Amvets, Wounded Warriors Canada, National Armor & Cavalry Foundation, and Operation Supply Drop. While the Amvets week is over, Wargaming will split an additional 25% of the proceeds from the Military Appreciation Month All-Charity Support Bundle to all four organizations. The bundle costs $14.99 and offers 1,500 Gold and 1,500,000 Silver.
There’s an additional offer on the Premium store; you can buy the T-34-85 Victory model (which comes with special camouflage) and an extra slot for $9.99, probably to celebrate Russia’s Victory Day. This tank is the upgunned version of the legendary T-34, and while it’s not one of my favorites, it’s a pretty fun tank to play with. So, go take advantage of the bundle offer while supporting the people who risked their lives driving these metal monstrosities.