World of Tanks Summary
As of today, a new 'Winter Showdown' mode is available in World of Tanks. Three concept tanks are ready in 8-bit glory to do battle in specially made maps. This mode will be playable until February 9th.
It's 10 vs. 10 or 5 person platoons duking it out in 8-bit glory, where the aim is to destroy all opposition or capture a single base. A special 'Operation: Winter' medal is up for grabs for 8-bit veterans.
You know what World of Tanks could really do with? More tanks. There's only around five million in the game already, which is such a paltry number. Developer Wargaming clearly agrees with me, which is why players will soon be able to get their hands on 10 new British vehicles in
The new roster consists of light tanks, mediums and tank destroyers, and contains such famous lumbering metal coffins as the Sherman Firefly and Achilles Tank Destroyer. There's a new vehicle for each Tier from II to X.
World of Tanks has just received its latest batch of new content in update 9.4, which adds the Stalingrad map, improvements to player Strongholds, and changes to Team Battles.
has also released a few videos that explain what dedicated tank aces can expect from all this new stuff. One of them is quite annoying.
Wargaming has rolled out World of Tanks that adds a new Tank Rally mode. This lets players race a custom-built M24 Chaffee Sport on a modified version of the Port map. If tank racing isn't a real-life motorsport, then by god it should be.for
Players will be able to careen around in the new three-versus-three mode until October 12, with race winners each earning a special medal.
Developer Wargaming has its eye squarely on "unsportsmanlike behavior" in for massively multiplayer tank combat game World of Tanks.
As well as adding (surprise!) more tanks, the update adds new methods of preventing players from unfairly leaving a battle, and a new AFK prevention system.