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Dmitry Yudo aka Overlord, jack of all trades
David Lister aka Listy, Freelancer and Volunteer

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

[WoWS] Let the Flood Begin!

Those who are interested in naval warfare has got an opportunity to discuss related stuff and communicate with WG staff working on the World of Warships project.

NA and RU forums went live, EU board is coming soon.

Time to post has come!

[WoWP] Gamescom Trailer of WoWP

Check out the new trailer of World of Warplanes created for Gamescom 2012. And visit WG booth, if you happen to be in Cologne these days. 

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

[WoTG] Do You See What We Did There?

Wargaming has announced its newest World of Tanks game, World of Tanks: Generals. Generals is a free-to-play browser-based MMO that will combine card collecting with real-time strategy, allowing players to control tanks, artillery and infantry.

Players will be able to buy new tanks and units by conducting research about new technology, and battles will be based on real historical events. Four nations will be available at launch: the United States, France, Germany and the USSR.

Generals will feature both single and multiplayer gameplay modes and 220 unique cards in all. Special bonus cards will grant additional offensive or defensive elements, including additional firepower or defenses. Generals won’t require an installation to play as it’s completely browser-based, allowing it to be played from any PC or mobile device. It will also support the ability to start playing on one platform and finish on another. Continue reading.

Official website - http://wotgenerals.com/

[WoWP] Japanese Planes Confirmed for Release

Japanese aircraft is officially confirmed for World of Warplanes release, meaning that there going to be (at least) 4 starting factions from scratch.

The inclusion of Japanese warbirds are really going to provide players with a wide variety of tactical freedom in how they play the game and combat other players. Players will benefit from the speed, power, and maneuverability of these planes as well as an increased field of vision.

We expect a line of Japanese carrier fighter aircraft (including Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero, the Nakajima Type 91, the twin-boom Mitsubishi J4M1 Senden interceptor fighter, and the three prototypes Kyushu J7W1, J7W2, and J7W3) to be ready by that time.

Waiting for the Brits now, heh?