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World of Tanks' Halloween content has landed

Including the undead Leviathan.

Halloween has arrived to World of Tanks, as from today onwards a huge tank called Leviathan has moved from the underworld into the game, as well as other tanks rising from the grave on console.

"Leviathan, ruler of the armored afterlife, has grown weary of his underworld dwelling and seeks to conquer the world of the living to expand its evil empire," the press release reads. "Standing in its way are two multi-turreted event tanks: devastating long-range sniper Franken and thick-skinned Stein that can soak up damage and rush into the melee."

From 18:00 BST players can find both of these tanks in their garage, and once you pick one you can then take on the Leviathan's forces in a PvE mode where you have to stop its minions before eventually taking out the beast itself. There's a 15v15 PvP mode if you'd prefer, though.

Monsters Awakened will instead be coming to the console version, running from today, with a Monster Tank lineup returning from previous events as well as two new tanks: the Höllenhund leKpz M 41 90 mm and Dragon Type 62.

In this event you have to take to the Grim Graveyard, filled with green ooze and spooky surprises. "If players out there previously possessed the monster tanks they'll discover the awakened versions, boasting menacing new forms with powerful stats and abilities, upon logging in," the presser adds. "But players don't have to worry if they do not possess a monster tank, because they receive the equally chilling Spectre to take on the monster tank forces. By surviving the battle in the Spectre tank, the Spectre medal will be awarded."

You can see how scary the Leviathan is in the new trailer down below. Which event is more appealing to you?

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