On August 22nd, World of Tanks is getting its first campaign mode on console, publisher Wargamng announced today. “War Stories” contains two free campaigns—one about the Red Army fighting on the Eastern Front and the other about a British fighter in the Cold War cracking a Berlin blockade.
The studio behind the massively successful game World of Tanks walked back their controversial actions against one of their former community YouTubers today.
A prominent World of Tanks YouTuber who is a member of a promotional program for the game had to remove a critical video after developer Wargaming threatened a copyright strike against it.
When I doodled war scenes as a kid, they always featured some elaborate tank. Obviously riding what was essentially a giant gun was the best way to be on the front lines of a battle. Free-to-play MMO World of Tanks captures some of that childhood excitement. I’ve been playing it since 2015, and it’s just as exciting…
World of Tanks streamer Brian “Poshybrid” Vigneault’s recent death during a 24-hour charity stream rattled the Twitch community. Despite his unknown cause of death, the Twitch community is reconsidering the toll sleep deprivation takes on marathon streamers. More pressingly, streamers are wondering whether 24-hour…
World of Tanks streamer Brian “Poshybrid” Vigneault died from unknown causes on February 19 after streaming for 22 hours. He was 35 and a father of three.
Most fans know Garth Ennis as the co-creator of signature series like Preacher or killer runs on the Punisher. But he’s also written a slew of crackin’ good war comics as well. His next return to battlefield-centered sequential storytelling comes via the biggest military video game in the world.
Online game World of Tanks pulls out some big guns in its latest Japanese commercial.
Video games are changing. Increasingly, we're seeing a subset of players focus their attention on one single video game instead of many. League of Legends, World of Tanks. Games that change. Games that are constantly evolving. Games that shift and transform according to the needs of their user base. Today we look at…
Last night at GDC in San Francisco, Obsidian Entertainment announced a new game. You might expect the company behind RPGs like Fallout: New Vegas and South Park: The Stick of Truth to have another massive adventure up their sleeve, but nope! It's a free-to-play tank game.
World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition will release globally on Feb. 12 (a week from tomorrow.) The game is free-to-play for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. World of Tanks had been in an open beta on the console since December.
Turn on the notifications on the video (for once), choose a tank, and march through the various World of Tanks YouTube videos to reach Wargaming.net's shiny Christmas Tree and their presents.
There is no debate that Wargaming's online tank simulator World of Tanks is as realistic as it can be. It's relatively slow and tactical. But sometimes it gets a little too realistic and out of control, mostly when you land on other tanks. Tony Hawk and skaters would be proud of that huge 180.
Playing as artillery and providing powerful long range support in the team-based MMO World of Tanks is a role of great responsibility, where your skill matters a lot. So as this 8-bit video shows, things can go wrong easily if you can't distinguish your allies ... or if you're a cat.
At this year's E3 gaming expo, Wargaming.net showed off its latest PC title, World of Warships. The game's new trailer pissed off some gamers in Korea. Here's why.
World of Tanks is coming free-to-play to Xbox 360 later this summer. If you want to get in on the beta preceding it, developer Wargaming.net is taking applications right now.
Wargaming’s megahit multiplayer conflict simulator will be coming to Microsoft’s current-gen console in a version optimized for the Xbox 360. It’ll be a free download hitting this summer.
You want tanks? Oh, Company of Heroes 2 has your tanks. It's got an entire world of tanks. It also has things that aren't tanks, which is something you can't say about World of Tanks why are we doing this?
Two Chinese companies are being taken to court by developers Wargaming.net, accused of stealing intellectual property to complete their game Project Tank.