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World of Tanks 6.6 update adds new tanks

Posted: 11.08.2011 by JonahFalcon

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Wargaming.net has announced the version 6.6 update for their heavy armor MMO World of Tanks, which will add some new tanks, a new map and a few tweaks.

World of Warplanes MMO revealed, aircraft span 1930's to 50's

Posted: 07.06.2011 by Technet2k

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Wargaming.net's World of Tanks team is now also developing World of Warplanes, a free-to-play team-based MMO for avid fans of 1930's to 1950's aircraft.

Their World of Tanks experience has been "extremely successful" and they want to bring that same high quality, "if not better", to World of Warplanes.

World of Tanks launch 'Ultimate Conquest', it's a "huge leap"

Posted: 19.05.2011 by Technet2k

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Wargaming.net has begun their Ultimate Conquest mode for MMO World of Tanks which pits "over 1500" guilds against one another to conquer 'the real world'.

It's a "huge leap for the whole project" and adds the "important strategic element" fans have wanted. The global map represents real theatres to battle in and take.

World of Tanks launch April 12th

Posted: 17.03.2011 by Technet2k

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The full release of MMO World of Tanks has been announced for April 12th by Wargaming.net. It's been through nine months of beta testing.

It's a "unique blend" of action, strategy, simulation and RPG. The team is excited the launch is "right around the corner." It has over 150 armoured vehicles.

Wargaming.net signs Caronet for World of Tanks' US servers

Posted: 25.02.2011 by Technet2k

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MMO World of Tanks is kept up and running in North America by a "large private data center complex" owned by Caronet; it's a "uniquely designed network".

It's "fully redundant and self-healing" to keep those tanks online and blasting each other. Caronet "fully satisfies" Wargaming.net's needs for World of Tanks.