World of Tanks Summary
World of Tanks update 9.9 adds new Steel Hunt event, new vehicles for testing, graphical enhancements
The latest 9.9 update for World of Tanks is now available for scrutiny asposts the full release notes. Atop the list is a new event called Steel Hunt, as well as four new vehicles made available to testers.
The Swamp map has been tweaked for "various issues and improved gameplay", and destruction FX have been reworked for some objects. Update 9.9 has also "significantly optimized" the 3D engine's overall performance.
Two teams of either 10 or 15 will clash in armoured style this month with the new in-game Domination event running for World of Tanks. There's 10 minutes to score more than your opponents, or if you reach 150 victory points.
Only three special vehicles will be playable during Domination, and those left in ruin will have the vehicle selection menu reappear. Victory points can also be earned through capturing flags.
Starting this Saturday,will commence The Grand Finals 2015 at the in Warsaw, Poland. To mark the occasion a new Tier 7 French medium tank - the AMX 13 57 - will roll out.
Aside from 12 teams duking it out in the Grand Finals, there'll also be a T34/85 and the M4AI Sherman tank outside the venue for snapshots. There’s $300k to be sliced up between competitors at The Grand Finals 2015.
has revealed all the key details about the upcoming World of Tanks Grand Finals of the Wargaming.net League. Between April 25–26 in Warsaw, twelve of the very best virtual tanker teams will go head to head.
They'll be battling over a $300K prize pool, competing in a slightly revamped tournament format that Wargaming has designed with the help of pro gamers. It's intended to make battles more streamlined and thrilling.
World of Tanks and The Banner Saga "filtered out" by Paradox Interactive, "not always our money to make"
If you ask whetherwould have liked to have published MMO World of Tanks and surprise hit The Banner Saga, then surely they'd jump at the chance? Not so, reveals VP of acquisition, Shams Jorjani.
Paradox actually had the opportunity to sign them but didn't "due to them not matching our pillars," they explained. CEO Fred Wester adds they "weren't sure about the business model" for World of Tanks.