Summary: In World of Tanks 30-player teams are fighting action-packed PvP battles. The game features more than 150 armored fighting vehicles from the pre-WW2 era up to the Korean War: light, medium, heavy and super heavy tanks, tank destroyers, self-propelled howitzers and rocket artillery. The game includes American, German and Soviet tanks.
Excerpt: Today I begin another match of World of Tanks with the same anxious anticipation I’ve felt for my previous 1500 outings. Fourteen of my mates in a mix of scouts, heavy and medium tanks, artillery, and tank destroyers fan out into their respective positions. Some form into an ad hoc maneuver force aimed at directly engaging and destroying the enemy team and their 15 tanks. Others, driving tank destroyers and self-propelled guns, take up a more defensive stance.
Summary: This MMO is a free to play downloadable game, one that is both intense and addicting. The replay value is off the charts and the extent of detail is impressive. Epic tank combat hasn’t been this fun since Battlefield 1942.
Conclusion: The 50% bonus to mission rewards afforded by Premium only becomes indispensable on tiers VII to X, where, reportedly, it's easy to lose money on every mission thanks to repair and ammo costs. The highest tiers are also home to some of the more interesting fighting machines in the game: highly mobile self-propelled guns that can rapidly advance up the map for counter-battery attacks, and hypothetical German tanks that only ever made it off Albert Speer's drawing board in...
Excerpt: Wargaming.net wants to bring you into their world of team-based massive multiplayer online armored warfare. With development going back as far as 2008, it’s clear that Wargaming.net has pushed the armored combat genre into the forefront of the game space with over 3 million players worldwide taking place in global domination – not too shabby for a free-to-play title. Having put quite a few hours into this title myself, it is easy to see why.
World of Tanks: Grand Finals – das Runde muss auf’s Eckige
8 April 2014
Summary: Die erste „World of Tanks“-WM ist Geschichte. COMPUTER BILD SPIELE war in Warschau unterwegs, hat den Pixel-Panzer-Profis über die Schulter geschaut und gibt Einblicke in das eSports-Potenzial des Panzer-MMOs.