Your Commanders need more stars to advance in the ranks, and there’s only one way to get them to them! Introducing the new Commander briefing system! Get your hands on those precious CPs quickly and efficiently!
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Take a tug at the Liberators Warslot! Try your hand at this machine and get your hands on supplies need to fuel your soldiers to victory! This time around, you can win the menacing paratrooper Ronald Speirs!
Motorized vehicles played a major role in the two World Wars. Although not very well-known, the transition from horse-drawn cargo to motorization continued for both sides throughout both wars. The only nation to enter the war with a fully motorized military was Britain. The Germans, for their part, continued to use horses to move artillery and for general logistics.
It's time to give out rewards for the biggest philanthropists of the war in our Top Donor event! We'll be issuing out goodies for all your hard working troops! At the very top of the pyramid, the most liberal givers can expect to garner 300k gold, 40k Oil, and more EXP than you can shake a rifle at! Snatch up your goods today!
Introducing the brand new shop that facilitates the wounded, weary, and waiting. At the Pit Stop, soldiers can use bolts from their leftover items to exchange for goods that might prove rare or hard to get elsewhere.
It's time to announce the best of the best in the Cross-Server Championship! We're now reaching the final stage: rewards! First prize is the title Grand Champion, Tiger I, Gold x 500k, Research x 500, Blueprints x 500! Just right to help edge you to the top!
Your commanders need more stars to advance in the ranks, and there’s only one way to get them to them! Introducing the new Commander briefing system! Get your hands on those precious CPs quickly and efficiently! This week, we're featuring Commander Häyhä!
Even the stone cold BAMFs of the Second World War needed a little help from their friends once in a while. Standing shoulder to shoulder at Monte Cassino, watching wave after wave of the enemy charge forth must have been a frightful experience, even for the iron-hearted.