World of Tanks News (PC)

World of Tanks update 9.2 adds base-building Strongholds mode

Posted: 31.07.2014 by nickhorth1

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Update 9.2 for World of Tanks is now available in all regions, and it brings with it new clan functionality, reworked maps, HD tank models a new game mode, Strongholds.

Strongholds is designed for clans, and allows a Clan Commander create a virtual base for his squaddies which gives them periodic buffs, known as Orders, in whichever game mode they're playing in. They can then build up their base by earning Industrial Resources, which will improve the quality and quantity of Order buffs.

Play tank football in new World of Tanks update

Posted: 12.06.2014 by nickhorth1

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In celebration of the start of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Wargaming has released an update for World of Tanks that allows players to take part in tank football matches. Yep, you read that right.

Players can form platoons of three and take part in seven-minute matches in the reworked Himmelsdorf map, with the winners being the first team to smash the ball into the goal three times using their tank.

Wargaming "very happy" with Warplanes, 8 million users a "huge success"

Posted: 16.04.2014 by Technet2k

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While the World of Warplanes MMO might only be worth 10% of World of Tanks thunderous 80 million registered users, Wargaming is nonetheless "very happy" with their winged spin-off.

They "might not call it a big success" when compared to WoT, but across the industry it's a "huge success" to achieve 8 million. Warplanes is also more Western-orientated.

World of Tanks Update 9.0: New Frontiers features graphical overhaul, new historical battles

Posted: 16.04.2014 by nickhorth1

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Developers Wargaming have announced that Update 9.0: New Frontiers for their online tank action game World of Tanks is now available worldwide. Aside from several big changes to the game's visuals, players will be able to take part in several historical tank battles.

World of Tanks enjoys higher average revenue per user at $4.51 among F2P MMOs

Posted: 10.04.2014 by Technet2k

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According to a report from SuperData Research, Wargaming's F2P MMO World of Tanks is leading the pack for average revenue per user among the free-to-play MMO big boys with $4.51. Valve is second.

Team Fortress 2 is just behind with $4.36 on average, with Guilds Wars 2 third at $3.88. DOTA 2 and League of Legends are eighth and tenth respectively with $1.54 and $1.32.