On November 11, Poland celebrates its 101st anniversary of as an independent nation, forged in blood and fires of the Great War as well as the 1920 victory over Soviet invaders. Poland has always had an interesting and proud military history, never truly giving up during the Second World War and proudly continuing the fight from abroad. Regardless of the circumstances, Polish soldiers have always served with honor and dignity and even today, the Polish Army remains one of the most powerful on the continent.
Like every year, we’ve prepared a nice set of bonuses, gifts and offers for the occasion!
Between November 7 and November 14, 2019, the following bonuses will be available:
- 30% bonus to Commander Experience income for every battle
- 30% bonus to Crew Experience income for every battle
You can also pick up a gift on MyLoot for the duration of this event. The gift contains the following items:
- Polish Eagle decal
- Polandball avatar
- 3-day temporary version of Marder 2 and Rosomak M1 Wataha
- Platinum Loot Crate
We are offering several interesting Polish-themed items on MyLoot, starting with the Strong (Polandball) Skin and the Polish Experimental Camouflage. The Strong skin can be installed on the PL-01 Tier 10 Light Tank, painting it in a nice combination of red and white with a cute Polandball image on top – and let’s face it, who doesn’t love Polandball. Additionally, this skin comes with a Hussar Wings decal as a free bonus.
The Experimental Camouflage is a digital camouflage pattern that appeared on several Polish prototypes during the 2016 MSPO expo in Kielce.
This camouflage can be used for all three environments and also comes with a Polandball decal as a free bonus.
And last but not least, we are offering three Polish vehicles on MyLoot with massive discounts. These include:
Rosomak M1 Wataha
The Rosomak is the current standard wheeled IFV of the Polish military. Originally designed by Patria, it was modified and locally license-produced in Poland. It has already seen combat in Afghanistan and fared quite well. Poland plans to obtain more of these vehicles in the future. The M1 is an upgraded Rosomak for the use in Afghanistan. You can read more about it in our dedicated article.
In Armored Warfare, the Rosomak Wataha is a Tier 8 Premium Armored Fighting Vehicle. Compared to the standard Tier 7 Rosomak, it features improved protection as well as the ability to fire Spike guided missiles. It can serve as an excellent heavy scout, a light AFV interceptor and, if needed, as an effective tank killer thanks to its ATGM launcher. Wataha stands in Polish for “a pack of predators” (in this case, wolves) and this vehicle is a ferocious beast indeed. It comes with a Polish-themed military camouflage, a Polish flag attached to its antenna and special Wataha imagery.
The T-72M2 Wilk (Polish for “Wolf”) is one of the results of the Polish attempts from the late 1980s to upgrade its aging fleet of T-72M1 tanks in order to provide an effective counterpart to the western Leopard 2 and Abrams MBTs. The Polish development program resulted in several prototypes built between 1987 and 1990, featuring a more powerful engine, better Fire Control System and a Polish ERAWA explosive reactive armor kit. The Wilk program was concluded in 1990 but the lessons learned from it were used in the construction of the Polish PT-91 Main Battle Tank. You can learn more about its history in our dedicated article!
In Armored Warfare, the T-72M2 Wilk is a Tier 6 Main Battle Tank. It’s based on the T-72M1, which is an export version of the T-72A. That, along with improved mobility and the ERAWA ERA kit, puts it one tier above its predecessor. Performance-wise, it’s comparable to the T-72B Main Battle Tank with its experimental Polish DRAWA FCS and the improved autoloader increasing its performance.
The WWO Wilk is the second Polish vehicle of Armored Warfare named after the ferocious pack animal. It is a fire support variant of the Rosomak, replacing the original IFV turret with the Cockerill CT-CV one, armed with a 105mm gun. A prototype of this vehicle was built and tested in 2012. After passing the tests, it was offered to the Polish Armed Forces but failed to catch its attention despite the excellent trial results. You can learn more about its history in our dedicated article!
In Armored Warfare, the WWO Wilk is a Tier 8 Tank Destroyer. A lower tier counterpart to the existing progression vehicle Wilk XC8, its mobility is comparable to other vehicles using the Rosomak platform, while its 105mm gun firepower allows it to compete with such vehicles as the American Stryker.
We hope that you will enjoy the bonuses, gifts and offers and, as always:
See you on the battlefield!