Deep Silver to publish World of Tanks’ retail version

Deep Silver announced today the signing of a publishing agreement with Wargaming.net about a retail version of World of Tanks. Deep Silver will get the exclusive right to publish and distribute the retail version of World of Tanks in the following territories: UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Nordic countries, Benelux, Spain, Portugal, Greece and France.
This retail edition will contain bonus content: Additional in-game currency and Gold, the possibility to play “World of Tanks” with a premium account and the premium German tank PzKpfw 38H735 (f) equipped with a Small Spall Liner module. The total value of the bonus material will be £17.
Klemens Kundratitz, CEO of Koch Media said:
“Millions of players are already excited by World of Tanks and the game has also enthused the press worldwide. This special edition and its bonus content will offer excellent value for money for new players and established fans alike. We’re delighted to establish this cooperation with Wargaming.net.”
Mario Baumann, General Manager of Wargaming.net G-S-A added:
“We are very happy to have such an enthusiastic and professional partner in Deep Silver. First time our fans have the possibility to literally hold our game World of Tanks in their hands. We are very excited about this new way of bringing the title to the gamers.”
The retail edition of World of Tanks is scheduled to be released on November 15, 2011 for a price of £7.99.

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