Wargaming is getting into the seasonal spirit, kicking off a series of eerie Halloween-themed events in their recently launched title, World of Warships. Starting October 20th spanning through November 2nd, players on the North American servers who log into the game will have the opportunity to battle new, exclusive boss ships in a quest to dominate the haunted seas.
World of Tanks has come a long way since its initial proper release back in 2011. This many years later, with several tournaments, Wargaming Leagues, and a steady flow of streamers on Twitch and YouTube, it’s easy to see why it is so popular. It being a free-to-play game certainly helps in its attainability. It’s a solid game with many iterations on itself to make for one of the best tense and exciting gaming experiences you can have in short bursts for long periods of time, at no obligated cost.
World of Warships has been in Closed Beta Testing for quite some time now, but near the end of June they are looking to expand into Open Beta Testing. The exciting parts will be coming in an update alongside the open beta.
Wargaming briefly showed off World of Tanks on Xbox One. This is coming July 10th for pre-download and there will be special events that weekend. For the rest, the game will be available in full on July 28th for Xbox One. Everyone benefits by this coming to current-gen consoles.
I knew what I was seeing when I had my appointment with Wargaming, but it’s still a nice surprise to be seeing Master of Orion being remade for today’s gamers. This isn’t a third installment, but rather a reboot which is said to be true to the original. For fans of the series, or those unfamiliar, this is very good news.
UPDATE: We’re all out of codes, thank you to everyone!
Thanks to our friends at Wargaming.net, we’ve got 50 MORE Beta Keys to giveaway for the World of Warships Beta. The system works on a first-come, first-served basis, so get in early and fast to get yourself a key.
To recognize and honor veterans and troops during National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM), Wargaming America the exclusive North American publisher for Wargaming.net, today announced its May giving program in partnership with top veteran organizations for the fourth year in a row. Wargaming America has chosen four non-profit organizations for the four weeks in May to receive proceeds from sales within its award-winning games, World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition, and World of Tanks Blitz: AMVETS, Wounded Warriors Canada, National Armor and Cavalry Heritage Foundation and Operation Supply Drop.