Wargaming at Arsenalen – What to expect!
On 26 November we are inviting all of you to join us in Strängnäs, Sweden at the Arsenalen tank museum for the official opening of a new permanent World of Tanks gaming zone in the museum!
Alongside the museum’s excellent collection of tanks and various tracked vehicles, there will be a variety of activities to take part in to make your day out at Arsenalen truly memorable!
Pick up one of 2,000 limited edition Arsenalen World of Tanks t-shirts along with a neat goodie bag, a bonus code, and one item of World of Tanks memorabilia (while supplies last).
- When: 10:00 - 15:30 CET
Participate in our walking quiz (Tipsrunda), kindly organised by the awesome [MOOSE] clan! If you are able to answer all the questions correctly, you may win one of 25 Swedish Strv m/42-57 Alt A.2 Premium tanks or one of 3 HyperX Predator 250GB SSDs.
- When: 11:00 - 15:00 CET
Play one game at the [MOOSE] clan gaming station and get as much base experience as possible! The best 20 tankers will be rewarded with a prize at 15:30.
- When: 12:30 and 16:30 CET
Take a picture of yourself or your clan mates at the museum and tweet it with the following hashtag, #Arsenalen! We will pick 10 tweets twice during the event to win a VIP bonus code – watch your Twitter and collect your prize at the goodie-bag stand if you win!
- When: 12:00 (Jingles), 14:00 (Circonflexes + SirFoch), and 15:00 (Yzne) CET
A tank event would not be complete without some famous tankers, both virtual and real-life, to talk to! Meet our community contributors The Mighty Jingles, Circonflexes and SirFoch, as well as pro eSports player Yzne from Kazna Kru. If you look hard enough, you will also find The Challenger mingling with the crowd!
- When: 12:00, 14:00, and 16:30 CET
We will be holding a presentation on the development and research of the upcoming Swedish Tech Tree. Learn about the tanks’ backgrounds and some of the challenges we faced when implementing these unique vehicles.
- When: 12:00 and 14:00 CET
See the famous Stridsvagn 103, also known as the S-Tank, in action!