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.
Some of the popular community-oriented action games that have dedicated communities have recently been updated with some brand new, much improved and fixed features.
Ever wanted a full-scale tank battle in the palm of your hands? In digital form it’s certainly a promising concept. Which is exactly why you might want to take a look at World of Tanks Blitz, the free-to-play battle MMO that has officially rolled into its closed beta registration phase.
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 Microsoft family of platforms is finally dipping its toe a little bit further into the world of free-to-play gaming as Wargaming's rolling battle game, World of Tanks, enters into open beta on the Xbox 360 this weekend. And if you take a bit of time to give the game a go over the next couple of days, you'll even get some in-game rewards to boot.
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.
World of Tanks is steadily rolling towards release on the Xbox family of consoles, beginning with an impending beta for the Xbox 360 version of the game.
If you enjoy World of Tanks on PC or if you've never played it on PC, Microsoft and Wargaming.net are giving you the opportunity to play and enjoy the game on Xbox 360, so long as you have an Xbox Live Gold account. Now that the company has done away with Microsoft Points, you'll be able to easily and efficiently purchase Gold status and Marketplace items for real-world currency value.
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.
If you’re going to have a “World of Tanks,” then you better very well offer a ridiculous number of armored vehicles for players to enjoy. It’s a good thing, then, that Wargaming is once again increasing its online battle game’s roster with the inclusion of some new tanks in update 8.5, as well as the added bonus of making some previously premium-only content available to the free-to-play crowd.
Zombies are coming to World of Tanks and World of Warplanes…Maybe. The fact of the matter is that it’s April Fools’ Day and this latest bit of news concerning Wargaming’s hit and upcoming free-to-play vehicular battle games seems awfully suspicious. But why worry about what I think when you can read up on it, watch the video and decide for yourself?
Wargaming has announced that the hugely successful formula of multiplayer strategic battle game World of Tanks has been squeezed down into a brand new, tiny package for mobile devices. Introducing: World of Tanks: Blitz.
World of Tanks, the massively multiplayer online tank battle game, is gearing up to deploy Update 8.4, offering a collection of new tanks for players to enjoy, as well as some new visuals in many of the game's most-played maps.
It looks like Wargaming is ready to take its armored vehicle combat title, World of Tanks, to the next level, announcing the formation of a professional eSports League for the game. And the answer is, yes, those who participate can absolutely answer the question “what do you do for a living” with “Oh, nothing much. I just drive tanks...Professionally.”