What could be easier than building a tank or an aircraft? It is especially easy today – just collect some parts, put them together, and you’ll definitely get one of the vehicles with special animalistic camouflages that other players will see! Well, either that, or maybe just a cooler.
From 12:00 GMT on the March 31st until 12:00 GMT on the April 3rd
Assemble vehicles from parts which you get in random battles. The chance of getting a trophy with parts depends on how successful and active you are in battle.
Tiger with animal themed camouflage
Participate in the ground battles with a high level of activity in vehicles of rank III or higher
P-63 Kingcobra with animal themed camouflage
Participate in the air battles with a high level of activity in vehicles of rank III or higher
Get Battle Trophies with tank or aircraft parts depending on the type of battle
Combine identical parts to get new ones. Once you’ve collected all the parts you need, use them to create a vehicle
Sell extra or unwanted parts or buy the ones you need from other players in the Market for Gaijin Coins.
How to assemble a vehicle?
Vehicles are assembled in the “Workshop” section of your inventory
Your goal is to collect four rare parts that can be traded in for an event vehicle. Battle Trophies always only contain basic parts, but if you combine two identical basic parts, you’ll get one of the rare ones.
You have no way of knowing which part you’ll get from the two basic parts until you combine them for the first time.
Experiment and find the full set of the parts you need.
- In this event, battle trophies do not require a key to open them
- You can use the Market to buy and sell Battle Trophies, any parts from the event, and even the event’s main rewards: vehicle coupons.
- Once the event is over you will no longer find parts in battle, but the parts you already have will remain in your inventory for seven days. During this time they can be bought and sold at the Market, any extra parts can also be traded for War Bonds in the future.
- Once time runs out all parts, including those for sale at the Market, will disappear. You will be able to keep the vehicles permanently.
- You can open the Market from the hangar by clicking Shop → Market
- To be able to purchase and sell items on the Market you need to activate 2-step-authorization on your account.
- You can purchase Gaijin Coins or earn them by selling extra parts or trophies.
- PS4 and DMM linked players are able to take part in the event, earn parts and construct the machines, however purchasing and selling items on the WT Market will not be available to PS4 players, and players with accounts linked to the DMM service. Exchanging items is possible only in the PC client.
With slugs and snails and puppy dog tails – that’s what little boys are “crafted” from!
The War Thunder Team
Where I can get trophies?
Within battles, he higher your activity the higher the chance to get a trophy.
I received the trophy, but where can I find it?
Within your inventory: “Shop” → “Inventory” → “Workshop”.
What do I do with the parts?
Collect two identical parts, combine them to get one rare part.
How to combine the parts?
Mark an “Unknown item” and check the description for which parts you need to craft it. If you already have the parts, click the “Assemble” button if you have that option available (requires all the listed parts).
I have a lot of parts but how do I know what I need?
You need to try everything and every combination. Any parts are useful for combining and creating the vehicle. But for the final step, you have to learn by experimenting and trying different combinations. Combined parts will be saved in the information of the event workshop.
What if I don't have enough time or I have spare parts that are not exactly necessary for me?
“Shop” → Market. You can sell your unneeded parts or purchase your missing parts. The market is available only after activating of the 2-step-authorization.
Will trophies disappear from my inventory after some time?
No, you can store them. Exception - trophies that have limited time displayed in trophy description.