World of Tanks Blitz, the popular free-to-play shooter from developer Wargaming.net, is getting a new mode called Gravity Force. As the same implies, this will see tanks shrugging… Continue reading
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World of Tanks Blitz, the mobile version of the popular tank combat MMORPG, will be receiving an update which will bring the game a little into the future with the introduction of the game’s first mecha. Designed by famed mecha artist Kunio Okawara, the O-47 tank will be landing in the game starting tomorrow.
Wargaming.net has pushed out a new update for their World of Tankz Blitz game that features a whole new line of British Tanks that have been added to the game. This will show up as a new branch within the British Tank tree and features new heavy tanks for you to eventually unlock and play with. This update is considered the first major release for World of Tank Blitz since the initial launch of the game.
Way back in March of 2013 Wargaming.net announced that they would be bringing their tank combat franchise to Android. It seemed as though development was doing good because almost a year later in March 2014, World of Tanks Blitz went into a closed beta testing phase. After that though things went a bit quiet about the release of this game… a little too quiet.
So the portable version of World of Tanks is finally going into closed beta testing, making it one step closer to release. Officially titled World of Tanks Blitz, this mobile version of the multiplayer tank combat game will have most of the features that the regular game including match with up to seven players on each team and over 100 tanks available to play as.
Wargaming.net is responsible for the rather popular MMO action games World of Tanks and the soon to launch World of Warplanes MMO as well. At GDC 2013, the company came out of left field to announce that a World of Tanks spin-off will be coming to Android and iOS soon called World of Tanks Blitz.