World of Warplanes is a free-to-play military aviation MMO from Wargaming.net. Following the example set by Wargaming.net's World of Tanks, World of Warplanes allows players to engage in epic PvP battles and earn credits and experience to spend on upgrades and equipment. The game features a variety of Golden Age-based military planes, from 1930s biplanes to Korean War jet fighters, and allows players to mix and match modules to customize their combat approach.
World of Warplanes has been updated to v1.7 that brings new German aircraft into the game as well as a pair of new locations for budding pilots to check out.
Hit wargame World of Warplanes this week added a new line of Tier 5 and higher Russian MiG fighters and revamped existing planes by adding a new multi-role class of warplanes.
Wargaming is known for its competitive multiplayer games, but this week the company's expanding its repertoire by adding PvE to its flight combat MMO, World of Warplanes. The new 15 v 15 PvE combat mode gives new pilots the chance to hone their dogfighting skills against the AI in all new, original battle missions.
As part of its continuing effort to restore and preserve historic military equipment, Wargaming has announced its partnership with the Royal Air Force Museum to bring the Dornier DO17 aircraft to the RAF Museum in London upon its restoration. The historic plane is expected to be fully restored sometime in 2015.
The latest update to World of Warplanes has been deployed worldwide. Included in the v1.3 patch is the American heavy bomber line as well as several significant feature improvements largely based on user feedback.