To be clear we were talking about tanks and planes here, as for ships, the developers have already made our stance clear in past Q and As:
We never say never any more, but yes, we don't plan on adding paper vehicles any more. That was clear from the removal of the KT 105, Panther II and Flak 341. Where vehicles have replacements, we will explore that option. Where they dont, they will likely remain. But we dont plan on adding new ones.
Not paper fully and also the last vehicle to be added for the change. Its model was already completed and only obtained by a limited few.
We intend to add no further as made clear. But again, this is now off topic.
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And more. We cant give full details of the Summer Sale yet, but as already answered, there are plans later in the summer.
As mentioned previously, event rewards tend to rotate between nations, type of vehicle and/or class. Meaning some events, there will be more novelty vehicles that are aimed at those that just want to play something unique and fun and other times, there will be more interesting domestic designs such as those like the EBR or TIS MA. Because we run a whole range of events all year round that offer the opportunity to get free premiums, sadly it just isn't possible to make sure every single one of those is a "meta relevant" research efficient premium thats super good for progressing through trees w
Just to answer this, the Buccaneer S.1 is a short production run vehicle and the VL Myrsky II is not only that, but also from a smaller nation that does not have its own tree. Similarly, the Ka-Chi is also a very niche / novelty tank with no real place or purpose in the main tree as a researchable vehicle, and also had a small handful built. Ship rewards are slightly different, as there are a multitude of ship variants / sister ships / named ships that are considered for reward / event / BP vehicles. But by your own criteria here, all vehicles in the event meet this other than the aforemention
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Given the niche of the aircaft, it's actually suited quite well for an event. As we have the more common S.2 In the tree.
The rework of British post war bombs is planned. However there is no ETA for all of them being implemented.