Obsidian’s Free-To-Play Armored Warfare Gets Introductory Developer Diary

Obsidian Entertainment and MY.com have released a new developer diary for Armored Warfare, in which Richard Taylor answers questions from fans and shows all new footage of the Armored Warfare world. Hear what the team has to say about map size, projectile properties, water effects and more.

Armored Warfare is a free-to-play game that feels similar to World of Tanks as it involves… well… tanks.

PC gamers can go ahead and sign up for the game’s beta at its official website.


Armored Warfare - Introductory Dev Diary w/ Richard Taylor

Armored Warfare - Shattered World Trailer

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