The Soldiers of Fortune event has come to an end and its almost time to claim the rewards! I’ve received a lot of questions about this and in order to keep everyone updated, I’ll share the information I have. As you all know, The Soldiers of Fortune will allow players to exchange Fame Points for rewards and the Top 10,800 players, on EU, will be able to claim one of six reward vehicles.
The Fame Point Shop will be open from the 7th of February until the 21st of February and only then you will be able to trade Fame Points for your rewards. If you are one of the lucky 10,800 players you are able to get a reward vehicle but please be advised that will cost you 22,906 Fame Ponts and 4,000 Bonds. I, for example, didn’t notice before so it came to me as a surprise that tanks now cost Fame Points. Make sure you buy the Reward Tank first and only after you spend the remaining Fame Points on extra rewards, if you don’t you won’t be able to buy the Reward tank. For example, if you have 24,000 Fame Points, you would have to spend 22,906 on a Reward tank and have 1094 Fame Points left for extra rewards, like Camouflages, Credits, Bonds, Premium Days, etc.
If you didn’t finish inside the Top 10,800 and have played more than five battles, you have a chance to make a bid Bonds and win a tank, the minimum bid will be 5,000 and if you are one of the highest 600 bids, you can claim a Reward tank. Don’t forget you can exchange Fame Points for Bonds if you wish to make a higher bid, you can also cancel the bid at any moment and make another. If you don’t win the bid, don’t worry all your Bonds will be returned to their owners. The auction will run from 6th February to the 21 st February at 08:00.
On some extra funny news, a clan called HFUN was found to be made of accounts from players who paid a boosting website, so they would get the tank. These websites charge on average US $300 or more, and as they were found, Wargaming punished all the accounts on the last day and removed all their Fame Points. It seems that the paid service wasn’t that good after all… Lesson to be learned: want something? Work for it