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.”
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.
World of Tanks is set to get just a little bit bigger with Update 8.2, which will introduce rolling Chinese battle machines to the armored war game MMO. For the uninitiated, World of Tanks is a multiplayer online game that puts players behind the controls of actual tanks rather than behind the barrel of a machine gun.
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.
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.
Wargaming.net has another vehicle combat game up their sleeve. The World of Tanks publisher/developer announced they're currently working on World Of Warplanes.
Wargaming.net has begun accepting pre-orders for their vehicular combat MMO World of Tanks. Pre-ordering the game will give you bonus tanks and gold.
Wargaming.net has announced that they’ve added a brand new patch to the MMO tank game, World of Tanks. The new patch adds the undeniable force of American tanks to the cache of devastating armament.
The upcoming PC MMO, World of Tanks, will take tank simulation to whole new heights on a multiplayer platform and some of that realism is shown off in a new teaser trailer.
One of the leading online war-games publishers, Wargaming.net, announced today that tank lovers the world around will be able to get their fill of armored tank combat in the upcoming MMO, World of Tanks.