Tank Ace – Second Closed Beta Launches Today

GamesCampus launched today the second closed beta for its WWII warfare game, Tank Ace. To kick off the second phase of testing, Tank Ace is hosting a variety of events featuring in-game prizes. Starting today, players can go to the game’s website to register and participate in the closed beta test that will last from July 26th to July 31st, 11AM-6PM, PST.
This second beta of Tank Ace will feature a new challenge mode, new quests and updated bases. Completely overhauled with all-new graphics and textures, the game will also feature a new windowed mode.
Uyen Uyen Ton Nu, Head of Marketing at GamesCampus.com said:
“We had such a great interest in our first closed beta and I’m sure those fans, and new ones, will want to check out all of the new features in the second test. We have taken our time to improve the game greatly and the fans are going to enjoy all of the upgrades and the fantastic variety of events.”
The action-packed third person shooter features realistic World War II battlefields and vehicles based on actual historical facts and gives players the opportunity to customize their tanks by adding additional armor, styles of camouflage and so much more! In addition, players can gather up their friends and create their own clan to plan a winning battlefield strategy with either terrain features, such as hills and trees, or a coordinated assault with historically accurate tactics.
Tank Ace is an action-packed tactical-shooter features realistic World War II battlefields with vehicle stats based on actual historical facts. Players will create their own clans and devise winning strategies as they utilize terrain features, coordinate assaults by using historically accurate tactics and more!

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