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cv202 #1 Posted 14 June 2018 - 07:10 AM

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Supreme bundle includes 15 x5 exp missions that can be used on any vehicle (that means regular exp on non-prem vehicles possible).

The more expensive ultimate bundle offers 30 x5 exp missions and a light VIC and no disclaimer about the missions, making me assume the missions are doable with this tier 2 tank only and need gold for conversion?

 

Arent the higher bundles supposed to be an upgrade on the lower ones? Really confused (but not surprised) by more WG goofs.


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undutchable80 #2 Posted 14 June 2018 - 07:25 AM

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Personally, I would assume the 25 x5 xp mission you get in that bundle would be doable in any tank of your choosing. You only get an additional TII premium tank, and I dont think I have ever seen bundles with TII (or even TIII?) premium tanks with xp missions like you see on mid-higher tier premium tank bundles. Agreed that it would be helpful if they included details on this, just to be surethough.

cv202 #3 Posted 14 June 2018 - 07:33 AM

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Of course it would be logical, but there is a disclaimer on the "cheap" bundle stating it can be used on any tank, and on the more expensive 1 with the t2 tank it doesnt have that disclaimer...

Simeon85 #4 Posted 14 June 2018 - 09:30 AM

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That is a good question, 30 x5s is tempting when I have 3 tier 9 grinds on the go and I have no interest in playing the football mode. 

 

The top bundle (£60) essentially gets you -

 

  • 20,700 gold (£60)
  • 30 x x5 missions for any tank (probably).
  • Light Vc (750 gold - £2.80)
  • Slot
  • 20 x 300% crew boosters (1 hour)
  • 20 x 300% free XP boosters (1 hour)
  • 30 days prem account (~ £12)

 

Then you don't have to do the football missions and you get all from those so -

 

  • 15 x 50% credit boosters (1 hour)
  • 750000 credits
  • Buffoon commander with free BIA and Sixth sense available on any nation.

 

Plus if you do play footie mode you'd get duplicate cards every time so you could get another bonus 90k credits a day. 


Edited by Simeon85, 14 June 2018 - 09:32 AM.


gunslingerXXX #5 Posted 14 June 2018 - 09:31 AM

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So 17 euro for 15x 50%credit boost, 750000 credits and ladyboy buffon. 

Not for me :teethhappy:



WoT_RU_Doing #6 Posted 14 June 2018 - 10:51 AM

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First I played a few matches in the football mode. This confirmed I was as rubbish at this one as I was 2 years ago. However, playing one match got me a free football paint scheme for any tank. Meanwhile, I needed some gold anyhow, and comparing the price for the "Ultimate Treat" bundle (13500 gold and 30 days premium), to the top football package, it was a no-brainer...I bought to top football package immediately. So, problem solved, all rewards earned and no need to embarrass myself in football mode any more. I'll confirm the x5 on any tank once I've tried it today



Confirmed...the 30 x5 missions I received with the top package are applicable to any vehicle, on any battle AFTER you have already collected the first victory of the day bonus. The x5 multiplier comes into effect on the next 30 battles where you place in the top 10 on your team and win. So, you can either play one vehicle once for the daily first victory multiplier, and then play it repeatedly for the x5, or you can play multiple vehicles. In my case I played the Skorp G and M53/M55, and after the first victory of the day the x5 kicked in on the next eligible victories.
 

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View PostWoT_RU_Doing, on 14 June 2018 - 11:46 AM, said:

Confirmed...the 30 x5 missions I received with the top package are applicable to any vehicle, on any battle AFTER you have already collected the first victory of the day bonus. The x5 multiplier comes into effect on the next 30 battles where you place in the top 10 on your team and win. So, you can either play one vehicle once for the daily first victory multiplier, and then play it repeatedly for the x5, or you can play multiple vehicles. In my case I played the Skorp G and M53/M55, and after the first victory of the day the x5 kicked in on the next eligible victories.

 


 

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Thx for letting us know :great:



Simeon85 #8 Posted 14 June 2018 - 12:23 PM

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Good news, then I am very tempted, turning 30 games of a grind into essentially 150 games of a grind is worth a lot to me, especially on the awful 'new' 430v2

 

Just have to work out whether just free XPing it is cheaper. 



Dosjer007 #9 Posted 14 June 2018 - 02:23 PM

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View PostWoT_RU_Doing, on 14 June 2018 - 10:51 AM, said:

First I played a few matches in the football mode. This confirmed I was as rubbish at this one as I was 2 years ago. However, playing one match got me a free football paint scheme for any tank. Meanwhile, I needed some gold anyhow, and comparing the price for the "Ultimate Treat" bundle (13500 gold and 30 days premium), to the top football package, it was a no-brainer...I bought to top football package immediately. So, problem solved, all rewards earned and no need to embarrass myself in football mode any more. I'll confirm the x5 on any tank once I've tried it today

 

 

Yeah. Dont embarrass yourself in football... Just give your wallet well opened to wargaming...

 

 

And people on the forums ask why wargaming doesnt care about some customers....

 

 

Because they are imbeciles who lack self discipline... They dont even know ehat delayed gratification is and why it matters in life in general.

 

I wouldnt be surprised if those who spend a lot of money in this game are either adults who havent gone far in life or spoiled childs with rich parents...

 

Anyhow. Dont mind me.



Simeon85 #10 Posted 14 June 2018 - 02:48 PM

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View PostDosjer007, on 14 June 2018 - 02:23 PM, said:

I wouldnt be surprised if those who spend a lot of money in this game are either adults who havent gone far in life or spoiled childs with rich parents...

 

 

Somewhat presumptuous and a wild generalisation to reckon that people who spend money on the game are spoiled children or failures, the more logical is that they just don't have much time. 

 

Which is the case for me, I have hobbies, job, gym, child, sleep etc. to do, so whilst I like playing the game, grinding is not that fun so I spend money to make those grinds quicker, hence why this bundle appeals. 

 

As someone said in the thread that announced this, if you are spending time playing the football game, you aren't spending time grinding getting towards your tier 10s or 3 marks or PM missions or whatever your current in game objective is and the rewards from it become less valuable. 



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View PostDosjer007, on 14 June 2018 - 01:23 PM, said:

 

 

Yeah. Dont embarrass yourself in football... Just give your wallet well opened to wargaming...

 

 

And people on the forums ask why wargaming doesnt care about some customers....

 

 

Because they are imbeciles who lack self discipline... They dont even know ehat delayed gratification is and why it matters in life in general.

 

I wouldnt be surprised if those who spend a lot of money in this game are either adults who havent gone far in life or spoiled childs with rich parents...

 

Anyhow. Dont mind me.

 

Wow, rather full of yourself aren't you. However, delayed gratification is gratification that comes after a delay....as I've clearly stated in my case there was no chance of the gratification, and I wasn't going to waste time on it. I also clearly stated I'd already wanted to buy some gold today and as a result of the very nice offer WG put on this morning, I could kill 2 birds with one stone.

As for the rest, not even worth commenting on.



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View PostWoT_RU_Doing, on 14 June 2018 - 03:10 PM, said:

 

Wow, rather full of yourself aren't you. However, delayed gratification is gratification that comes after a delay....as I've clearly stated in my case there was no chance of the gratification, and I wasn't going to waste time on it. I also clearly stated I'd already wanted to buy some gold today and as a result of the very nice offer WG put on this morning, I could kill 2 birds with one stone.

As for the rest, not even worth commenting on.

 

 

I dont care if you spent 50% of your low class work income on this game dude. 

 

My post was just a reminder to those who ask regularly how is it possible that with all the problems and toxicity of this game wargaming sstill is alive and doing well. And... The answer is people  like you. Wallet warriors or whatever...

 

I hope you dont dont here in the forums after a few months or years complaining in your bitterness  how you wasted thousands of euros in a virtual game with no real value. I bet you are one of those dudes who collect vitrual tanks...  Lmao  you know tank collector or gem of the week or whatever sugar-coated stupidity wg puts in their shop. Lol

 

 

K. Thats all.


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Simeon85 #13 Posted 14 June 2018 - 03:26 PM

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lol someone is bitter they don't have disposable income. 

Dosjer007 #14 Posted 14 June 2018 - 03:32 PM

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View PostSimeon85, on 14 June 2018 - 03:26 PM, said:

lol someone is bitter they don't have disposable income. 

 

Sure



Simeon85 #15 Posted 14 June 2018 - 03:36 PM

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View PostDosjer007, on 14 June 2018 - 03:32 PM, said:

 

Sure

 

Generally people who use the term 'wallet warriors' are poor or children with no money and seem very bitter about that fact, you fit that profile, and as you seem to accept generalisations it must be true.

 

 

:B

 


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The question is, does the Buffon commander have literally 2 zero skills? Or just one?

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I got 128 premiums in garage outa 374 vehicles in total ... but wallet-warrior? nehh... I prefer the term "spoiled filthy capitalist pig" myself ...ended up taking the 16€ one just to get commander and not having to play a single match of that fussbool thing ...

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View PostSimeon85, on 14 June 2018 - 02:26 PM, said:

lol someone is bitter they don't have disposable income. 

 

I have Daily Mail triggered relatives who judge “disposable income” on the basis of whether you smoke, have a mobile phone or a TV. If the answer to any of those was “yes” then you have disposable income. 

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View PostLong_Range_Sniper, on 14 June 2018 - 03:34 PM, said:

 

I have Daily Mail triggered relatives who judge “disposable income” on the basis of whether you smoke, have a mobile phone or a TV. If the answer to any of those was “yes” then you have disposable income. 

 

Top tax rate of 45% cuts in for incomes above £150,000, which means at that level you have paid about £50,000 in tax that year and have about £8.3k per month to blow on World of Tanks. I am not sure even WarGaming could bring out new premium tier VIII tanks that fast.

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View Postarthurwellsley, on 14 June 2018 - 03:57 PM, said:

 

Top tax rate of 45% cuts in for incomes above £150,000, which means at that level you have paid about £50,000 in tax that year and have about £8.3k per month to blow on World of Tanks. I am not sure even WarGaming could bring out new premium tier VIII tanks that fast.

 

Not forgetting the actual nominal tax rate is higher as saving for pensions and increasing those pots each year is clearly a bad thing.

 

I’ve not been online or looked at the footy today, but if it’s anything like the last one I’ll be missing it.

 

As we are EU players wouldn’t a better World Cup themed game be to find your tank in a police station pound and you have to escape to the border having had your passport confiscated?






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