Get ready to roll, tread heads, because Wargaming has officially announced that World of Tanks Update 9.2 has gone live in North America, Europe, Asia and Korea, bringing along a new map and a new mode, Strongholds, for players to enjoy.
So, you just took out three enemies in a row and barely rolled/flew out of the killing fields in one piece. It was an amazing run and you wish you could have shared it with the entire world, right? Well, Wargaming now has you covered.
Listen up, tread-heads! World of Tanks has officially deployed worldwide on the Xbox 360, meaning those of you with an Xbox Live Gold account can download the game, jump into your favorite war machine and roll out onto the battlefield to do some series damage starting...Now!
It looks like Wargaming is looking to extend its reach beyond the borders of video games to produce a digital magazine…That just so happens to be about video games. If you’re a fan of games that feature a lot of stuff going “boom” and the people who make those games a reality, it’s a free publication you might want to check out.
World of Tanks rolls steadily onward toward its official launch on the Xbox 360 as Wargaming today announces a deployment date of Feb. 12 for the free-to-play online battle game.
The gang over at Wargaming sure does mean business when it comes to updating their titles. It feels like a new update sporting fresh content and upgrades is announced every few weeks and, today, said announcement is for Update 8.7. Unsurprisingly, it adds new tanks, a new map and, yep, some of those upgrades I was just talking about.
By now, most gamers are well aware of the lengthy, timely and painstaking process of getting a game certified on Microsoft's home consoles. The process has been much maligned – sometimes publicly – due to limiting the amount of times a game is updated and patched, as well as how often it receives additional content. Well, Microsoft is granting some form of leniency in this process for World of Tanks.
It’s time to make more stuff go boom as Wargaming finally releases update 8.5 to its online vehicle battle game, World of Tanks.
World of Warplanes, the free-to-play aerial combat MMO from Wargaming, is still in closed beta but, as the developer draws closer to opening the doors to more pilots, more content is constantly being plugged in. Today’s new update, for instance, adds a completely overhauled flight model, as well as improved mouse controls and additional tweaks.
Listen up, tread-heads, because I'm only gonna say this once: World of Tanks is set to deploy update 8.4, bringing all new tanks and tank destroyers to the open battlefields of Wargaming's massively multiplayer online battle game. *chomps down on cigar* Get to downloading, soldiers. Dismissed!
Wargaming.net's highly popular free-to-play title, World of Tanks, has managed to accrue more than 45 million registered players. It also set a record with having more than 600,000 simultaneous players on one of the Russian servers. This spells a lot of success for the company as they gear up for the World of Warplanes release.
If you thought Wargaming.net was going to stick with tanks and planes and leave everything else to other publishers, think again. The company is proving that they want to dominate the free-to-play space with competitive vehicular multiplayer gaming, and their upcoming free-to-play title, World of Warships, just received a batch of new screenshots.
The British were the first to bring tanks to the battlefield, so it's only fitting that the latest update to the massively multiplayer armored vehicle combat game, World of Tanks, be all about the history of their hard-shelled baddies. Wargaming has announced that update 8.1 is headed to WoT very soon, and it has 22 new bruisers in tow.
The new trailer for World of Warplanes is all about the German aircraft. Fighters from the golden era of combat air-fighters are featured in the trailer, including bombers, dog-fighters and scouting planes.
Interactive Gaming Software will be expanding the commercial success of World of Tanks by having special boxed editions available at local retailers. I'd love to see pirates buy the game and then offer it up online at torrents...I imagine only an idiot would pirate a free-to-play game.