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E3 2011: World of Tanks Impressions

Posted by Suzie Ford on Jun 19, 2011  | Comments

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During E3 2011,'s Joe Iuliani had the opportunity to swing by the booth to check up on World of Tanks. Joe chatted up the dev team and has some insights to share with you so keep reading!

WoT is a free to play “MMO” with a fairly quick leveling system and is exclusively PvP. There are currently hundreds of tanks available to play as well as a variety of modifications available for each. Some of these modifications consist of communications, ammunition, horsepower, boosts, outside armor and tank components. As described by the WoT team, “Tanks are complex machines with thousands of parts. We want to allow you to modify many of these.” Not content with the tanks currently available to play, the team has the intention to have more tanks available for play by the autumn. British tanks will be considered exotic, while Japanese tanks will be considered “super exotic.”

Read more of Joe Iuliani's E3 2011: World of Tanks Impressions.

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