M6A2E1 Mutant

The “Rarest” Tank! – World of Tanks M6 Mutant

From DezGamez, PointyHairedJedi and QuickyBaby  Oh the irony of this Pre-order information video from April 2011.

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M6A2E1 Mutant

17 thoughts on “M6A2E1 Mutant

      1. xxtechmanxx says:

        I see it the same way I was not able to afford it back then because I was still a student and now Iam working and got a good Income.

        Next thing they will sell is the Su 76i :’D

      2. NDGR says:

        For me those pre order tanks are a way to show who you are. It was a symbol for the rare breed of beta testers that stuck with the game for so long, something special no one could get their hands on, no matter how much money they threw at their screen. I do not own one or any of the pre order tanks (anymore) so I couldn’t care less to be honest. But it’s still a slap in the face of anyone around when this “one time only limited offer, never to appear again” happened. Ofc I’d like to have my PzV/IV but for God’s sake never ever sell this tank again, let it be what it’s supposed to be, the only thing it ever had to be. A symbol for the old crew.

  1. NJ2011 says:

    There would be no trouble at all, if they just did (some aspects or all) of the following:

    For the players who got the tank by preoder (let’s say, to all accounts who still have them and are active (like at least 30 battles in the last 6 months)):

    – Compensate the players with the amount of Gold worth of M6A2E1
    – Give Preorder M6s a unique camoflage and name (like M6A2E1 P) to let players show others they are WoT Dinosaurs
    – Buff the preorder M6 a little compared to the M6 now available (like slightly faster reload or something, nothing to crazy)

    If they did that and also told the preorder-people in advance like “Look people, we want to acknowledge what you did for us, but we still want to grab some money” – nearly nobody would have been mad…

  2. SpottableSky says:

    If you’re a tank collector, you might as well get it since it or was super rare. But other than that, you might wanna compare it to the Chrysler K and Patriot, because on the competitive side, its pushed down to the low end by powercreep.

  3. Liam says:

    Why don’t you sell the E-25! I mean that tank is wicked rare! Even after you said you would never sell it again because it would most likely the the balance out of wack!

  4. Keller says:

    Even if it was only 20 bucks I wouldn’t buy it as a matter of principle. Wargamings word is not worth shit. And rare just means more money.

  5. Anonymous says:

    WG tried to sell these pre-order tanks several years ago. it lasted about 4 hours and they shut it down as there was a huge uproar and a promise from the CEO to uphold their word and not sell them again. Now, they are doing it yet again.

    In a video released by WG, the CEO himself used very significant language was used that guaranteed those pre-order tanks would never be sold again as a tribute to those who pre-ordered and showed faith in WG and the game. Once again, WG proves they cannot keep their word, that they have no integrity and that their customers mean nothing to them. in short, this is a slap in the face to anyone who trusted WG to keep their word and thought they were getting something exclusive in the game.

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