The joint effort features a brand new music video for the band’s “Finally Free” single and boasts a brand new game mode that integrates the band into the World of Tanks universe
Korn has partnered with World of Tanks Blitz for a special Halloween event that creatively bring the band into the Wargaming universe.
Commencing the World of Tanks Blitz Halloween mode, Burning Games, Korn and the gaming authority have launched an epic visual for the band’s single, “Finally Free” from their critically-praised 2019 album, The Nothing.
The visual features Captain, a central figure in the World of Tanks Blitz universe. Hellbent on partaking in Burning Games and KORN’s performance, Captain encounters wasteland raiders that will stop at nothing to keep Captain from reaching his destination. The video is a brilliantly pieced together epic that seamlessly brings together one of rock’s most iconic bands with one of the gaming world’s most popular landscapes.
That integration is a five-stage event in Convergence. The gaming stretch runs from October 16th through October 24th, and allows players to complete in-game challenges to uncover pieces of band artwork and special items.
The gaming event also serves as the introduction of Burning Games mode. Players will battle it out in an effort to secure in-game rewards. The battle mode features is governed by the battle clock that once ticking will mean every vehicle on the battlefield will start draining health. Players will need to dish out damage to ensure they replenish that health and continue to mount and attack.
The Halloween extravaganza will also include The Way Of The Raider, a 60-stage event. Tankers will be able to get Credits, Free XP, days of Premium Account, several camos, a сustom player profile, and two new post-apocalyptic vehicles: The Tier V Spike and the Tier VII Annihilator. Both tanks are featured in the new video. The Way Of The Raider runs from October 16 through October 31, and is available to all vehicles Tier V and above.
Watch the featurette with KORN below and experience the music video for “Finally Free” from The Nothing.