World of Tanks News (PC)

Xbox 360 World of Tanks beta keys due this weekend

Posted: 28.06.2013 by Technet2k

Comments: 0 is rolling out beta keys this weekend for Xbox 360 World of Tanks. Playtest sessions are scheduled between 9.00 pm and 5.00 am BST, so not really for the UK or EU crowd.

Access to the beta is strictly invite only and limited to those who've previously registered for access. Keys are being sent out from tonight. This just marks the beginning of the beta.

World of Tanks reaches 60 million registered users, new trailer to celebrate

Posted: 07.06.2013 by Technet2k

Comments: 0 has just confirmed that their free-to-play World of Tanks has reached an impressive 60 million registered accounts, and also reminds us it'll be at E3 next week at their 10k square foot booth.

The studio plans on "10 high-end gaming stations" to be running to let attendees get a taste. To celebrate the 60 million milestone they've also released a new World of Tanks trailer. abolishing 'pay-to-win' model, adopting "free-to-win"

Posted: 04.06.2013 by Technet2k

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The dirty, dirty business of paying to win in free-to-play games is something can't stomach anymore as they move to drop any real money purchases for items that would 'grant an advantage'.

World of Tanks will be purged of these offending items, and instead embrace what is calling a "free-to-win" strategy. Basically, real money can only buy cosmetic items... like gold tanks. unveils unified account system, "direct access to all" MMOs

Posted: 30.05.2013 by Technet2k

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Having separate accounts for all those MMOs is getting to be rather silly, so the studio has launched a brand new "single unified account" system tying them all together with enhanced security.

Logging in with a account now plugs you into "all other Wargaming-related projects," including partner and fan websites reachable via OpenID authentication. Sounds fancy.

15th office for opens in Tokyo, to launch World of Tanks in Japan

Posted: 29.05.2013 by Technet2k

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Yasuhiro Kawashima is named the general manager of Wargaming Japan, which is the group's 15th studio to open, and will be leading the launch effort for World of Tanks in Japan as they continue world domination.

CEO Victor Kislyi says there's "no possible way we can ignore" the Japanese market as they expand. Free-to-play is "growing by leaps and bounds" in the videogame capital.