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World of Tanks

5 years ago

World Of Tanks Getting Gloriously Detailed Destructibility

Destructo-porn ahoy! World of Tanks continues to be massively (almost bewilderingly) popular, but there's no two ways about it: its underlying systems are getting a little creaky. Thus, Wargaming is getting ready to oil up the free-to-play phenom's crunchiest gears by introducing large-scale destructibility. When shells hit buildings, they will crumble literally brick-by-brick. Unless they are not made of bricks, in which case they will…

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Riot Changes Mind On Pro LoL Streams, But Issues Persist

The witch is dead, League of Legends pros can once again stream whatever they want, and eSports is saved! OK, maybe I'm exaggerating a little bit, but I really didn't like the potential implications of Riot's decision to contractually forbid its pros from streaming Dota 2, Hearthstone, World of Tanks, and tens of other extremely popular games. Fortunately, after copious uproarious outcry, Riot decided to…

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6 years ago

Free Shells: Wargaming.net Scrap Pay To Win

Wargaming.net believe that war should take place on a level playing field. Money may make the world go round but it won't buy you any extra-powerful rounds for your weaponry, whether those weapons be attached to tanks, planes or automobiles ships. In an interview with Gamasutra, Andrei Yarantsau, VP of publishing at the Belarusian behemoth, stated that the World of Tanks and other forthcoming titles,…

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World Of Thanks: Wargaming Buys Gas Powered Games

The strange, sad story of Chris Taylor's Gas Powered Games in 2013 has taken another unexpected twist - and now we know what the hinted-at future for the deeply troubled Supreme Commander developer is. Increasingly omnipresent Belarus developer/publisher Wargaming.net, best know for the remarkably successful World of Tanks, has stepped in to buy up what's left of the Dungeon Siege studio.

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World Of Tanks Chinese Tanks Now Tanks… Er, Live

I can't be the only one who appreciates the ever-narrowing gap between official World of Tanks footage and nature documentaries, can I? There's a certain grace to their low-speed loping, and recent products of Wargaming's virtual camerawork have captured that in a way that just begs for overly embellished narration. But I digress. New tanks! After originally being announced for update 8.2, Chinese tanks are…

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World Of Tanks Adding Chinese Pottery. Kidding: Tanks

Well, that was quick. World of Tanks' Britain-themed 8.1 update - unfortunately not titled "Sir, You Are Being Hunted (By Tanks)" - came out just a hair over a week ago, and now Wargaming's already rallying the troops for update 8.2. This time around, the focus is mainly on a new Chinese tank tree, which actually houses creaking death machines you can buy in succession,…

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The British Are Coming! World Of Tanks Stiffens Upper Lip

I was thinking, seeing that World Of Tanks has unveiled its 8.1 update with accompanying video, that this isn't a Halloweeny thing. What are they doing releasing it today? And then it occurred to me: tanks are actually scary. Ghosts and monsters may be the more traditional source of chills, but their overall efficacy at being frightening is somewhat limited by their not existing. Tanks…

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7 years ago

Star Citizen’s Big Influences: Demon’s Souls, Real Life

Star Citizen – the newest and spacest thing from mighty commander of all wings, Chris Roberts – sounds impossibly good. And I do mean that, but with more emphasis on the “impossible” part than I'd like. No doubt, Roberts is completely brilliant, but he's proposing a project of utterly mad ambition. Naturally, it's made me a bit skeptical. That said, an hour-long chat during GDC…

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Wuh Oh: PlaySpan Got Hacked, World Of Tanks Affected

You're familiar with the routine by now. If you've got a World Of Tanks account and bought anything, to be sure change your password, and any passwords associated with it. And if you're still not using unique passwords per account, go change all the others too. PlaySpan, the software World Of Tanks uses for financial transactions in WoT and a thousand other games, has been…

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From Our Tank Correspondent, Part 2: The As-Liveblog

[Part one is here.] I found myself in Moscow at the weekend, reporting on the Ural Steel 2012, a World of Tanks tournament with a top prize of $35,000. There were many tanks, as evidenced in part one of my adventures. But there was also lots of tense team-based drama. Being both unprepared and a terrible person, I found myself unable to liveblog the event…

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Feature: Tanks, Like Angry Houses

From Our Tank Correspondent, Part 1: Cats And Hats

We sent Brendan to the World Of Tanks convention in Russia. This is his report. They sent me to Russia this time. They sent me. To Russia. I’m standing in the middle of Moscow because the call went out for people who would like to see some tanks. And being something of an expert in this field, the Hive Mind saw fit to put my…

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Clan Wars To Connect World of Tanks And Warplanes

Believe it or not, most of the wars waged over the course of human history haven't been confined to a single variety of vehicle at all times. I mean, tanks are great and all, but they're a bit rubbish when it comes to swimming and flying, and I imagine the subtle nuances of both thumb wars and food fights elude them as well. So Wargaming, naturally,…

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A Whole New World (Of Tanks): WoT’s Massive 8.0 Update

Back in my day, you could rely on certain things - ravages of time aside - to stay largely the same. Sure, times may change and people may come and go, but one shining beacon of stability has always kept me feeling warm and cozy. I'm speaking, of course, of World-War-II-era tanks. But now - at least, in World of Tanks - they're getting gargantuan…

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World Of Tanks’ Solution To Balance Issues: More Tanks

We recently sent Brendan into the line of fire at Tankfest, and it resulted in pretty much the most amazing thing ever - which is significantly different from the normal result of sending one tiny human into a heaping herd of tanks (hint: horrible death). But there is also a game buried beneath all the harrowing war stories and tank puns, and it's actually a…

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There Were Tanks At Tankfest: A Report

I don’t even like tanks that much. I have honestly no idea what I’m doing here. There are tanks everywhere. Tanks in the lobby, tanks on the lawn, tanks in the gift shop. I walk around hoping to find a Russian tank which inside houses different, smaller tanks, so that I can act bewildered and amused even though I previously suspected its existence. But it…

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World Of Tanks: Free Tanks And Stuff

Polite notice: THE CODES WORK FOR NEW EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN REGISTRATIONS ONLY. If you are already a WoT player they won't be much use to you. Unless you want to get a chum involved or whatever. Anyway! If our interview with the producer from World Of Warplanes got your pseudo-World War II PvP glands engorged, then you might want to try their original game,…

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Aces Higher: World Of Warplanes Explained

A giant V-formation of free-to-play air combat is on the horizon: World Of Warplanes from the makers of World Of Tanks. To find out a bit more of what to expect from a persistent dogfighting game, I had a chat with Wargaming.net's Anton Sitnikov, and he explained exactly whether a Spitfire could take a jet-propelled plane in a fight.

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8 years ago

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