World of Warplanes Summary
Does World of Warplanes reach the dizzying heights of its predecessor or is it a case of crashing and burning?
World of Warplanes has received its latest Update 1.6, adding new aircraft, user interface and technical improvements and an extension to the ‘El Halluf’ battle arena.
Developerhas added the new of Russian fighters, "starting at Tier V with the early, still Yak-inspired MiG-3, and going all the way through to Tier X with the high-flying MiG-15bis."
Wargaming has released the World of Warplanes. Update 1.4 brings two new maps, as well as various new features and improvements.for its online aerial combat game,
Wargaming has released the latest in their line of Flight Academy tutorial videos for online aviation MMO World of Warplanes today. The latest entry focuses on the essentials of flying ground attack planes.
While the World of Warplanes MMO might only be worth 10% of World of Tanks thunderous 80 million registered users, Wargaming is nonetheless "very happy" with their winged spin-off.
They "might not call it a big success" when compared to WoT, but across the industry it's a "huge success" to achieve 8 million. Warplanes is also more Western-orientated.
Wargaming has expanded its Flight Academy video series with a new instalment that looks at the "combat characteristics" in World of Warplanes, as well as plane equipment and upgradeable modules.
They brief MMO pilots on "every parameter of a warbird," and give insight into what equipment can play a key role in the skies. World of Warplanes is currently in open beta.