Is there a warplane you’ve been dreaming of? You're in luck!
Our radars show that Soviet, German, American, British and Japanese regular aircraft are moving towards your Hangars at top speed!
From October 4 (07:00 CEST, UTC +2) till November 8 (06:00 CEST, UTC +1), enjoy generous discounts on aircraft from five nations in World of Warplanes:
From October 4 till October 11
Discount on all regular Soviet aircraft
From October 11 till October 18
Discount on all regular German aircraft
From October 18 till October 25
Discount on all regular American aircraft
From October 25 till November 1
Discount on all regular British aircraft
From November 1 till November 8
Discount on all regular Japanese aircraft
From October 4 (13:20 CEST, UTC +2) till November 8 (06:00 CEST, UTC +1) enjoy 20% off on all Premium aircraft in Premium Shop and Game Client
March of Nations: Japan
Did you know that...
In October, 1936 the Nakajima Ki-27took off for the first time. This warbird became a transitional option, combining the maneuverability of a biplane and high-speed qualities of a monoplane. The Ki-27 became the basis for the creation of the legendary Ki-43, one of Japan's most massive army fighters.
From November 1 (06:00 CEST, UTC +1) till November 8 (06:00 CEST, UTC +1), enjoy the special with:
20% off all Premium aircraft in Premium Shop and Game Client
50% off all regular Japanese Tiers II-V aircraft
30% off all regular Japanese Tiers VI-VII aircraft
15% off all regular Japanese Tier VIII - X aircraft
March of Nations
Procurement System Improvement (+100% to credits for 2 h)
How to get it:
Earn at least 3,000 personal points in 5 victorious battles
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