World of WarPlanes Articles
Not sure who Bruce Dickinson is? Think Iron Maiden and of Dickinson's role as the legendary band's front man. Ah, now that the connection is made, you may be wondering about the connection to Wargaming and World of Warplanes. As it turns out, Dickinson is a huge fan of military aviation and he has been asked to narrate a series of videos to profile some of history's most iconic aircraft including the Messerschmitt Bf.109, the Spitfire and the Hawker Hurricane.
The team at Wargaming flew me out to San Francisco for an indepth look at World of Warplanes’ newest revamp. While in their offices, I had a chance to interview Al King, Global Brand Director of Wargaming, and pick his mind about his thoughts on the new World of Warplanes and what he plans to achieve with the 2.0 patch.
The guys at Wargaming.net flew me out to take a gander at the newest World of Warplanes 2.0 patch, in what is essentially a re envisioning of the game. I got to meet with the developers and get a hands on with the new Bomber class and play with the Wargaming team on the new objective focused maps. Al King, Global Brand Director of Wargaming, also took the time for an interview about how the team reached 2.0 and their future plans for the game, which you can read here.
Not every game gets a second chance at success. Then again, Wargaming.net isn’t your average studio, but a developer-turned-publisher managing a growing stable of titles across PC, console, and mobile. When the team behind World of Warplanes decided that the current version wasn’t working out, they knuckled down on a fresh experience that made flight combat more interesting, more accessible, and ultimately more rewarding.
Wargaming continues to deliver historical projects: in honor of the 70th anniversary of victory in World War II, together with Bravo369 Flight Foundation (USA) and Rusavia, a Russian aviation company, they will recreate the air route connecting Alaska and Siberia. A convoy of World War II aircraft will fly from the United States of America, across the Bering Sea and Siberia, to Moscowâ€”a journey of 14,000 kilometers. Donâ€™t miss this unique event. Follow the project at http://www.alsib.org
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.
What are the advantages of joining a flight? Which are the most effective tactics for these battles? In the new episode of Flight School, we'll tell you about the intricacies of team play. If you wish to see more episodes like this in the future, hit the like button!
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.
Wargaming has released the latest in a series of tutorial videos for World of WarPlanes. Flight School #5 goes over the five aircraft technical specifications - durability, firepower, airspeed, maneuverability, altitude performance. The video also spotlights what affects them and how to change them to suit a player's or a situation's needs. Check it out!
World of Warplanes has been updated to v1.2 with the patch bringing new features and combat missions into the game. In combat missions, players have a series of objectives to complete and, upon doing so, players gain rewards and a detailed breakdown of the mission's stats. In addition, a new matchmaking algorithm has been implemented that will properly match rookies with rookies and more experienced players with one another.
Extreme sports skydivers with a passion for World of WarPlanes took to the air recently to create the WoWP logo in the skies above Russia. The event was filed and is available for you to check out. All we can say is "Wow!"
World of WarPlanes is Wargaming's latest entry into the aerial combat genre. We've taken to the skies to check out WoWP and offer our official review. See if World of WarPlanes soars or crashes and then leave your own thoughts in the comments.