German troops captured many different tanks from various nations on their march across Europe. Some were converted with great success and seamlessly integrated into the German forces. Others, like the French B1 bis, were troublemakers. The French design wasn’t really compatible with anything the German engineers had to offer. Consequently, most of the more than 150 tanks that fell into German hands after the occupation of France were either used for training purposes, converted into flamethrowers, or just left as they were. No matter their fate, they all received a new name and are today known as
IVPz.Kpfw. B2 740 (f)
The World of Tanks version of this French heavy turned German boasts armor that hardly any of your opponents will be able to penetrate, outstanding aiming time that lets you hit all the right marks, and a quick rate of fire. Check out how the German version holds up against the stock version of its French counterpart via the Tankopedia Comparison Tool and add a great support vehicle to your collection.
Pz.Kpfw. B2 740 (f) Offers
Available from February 2 at 06:00 CET through February 4 at 06:00 CET (UTC+1)