Wargaming.net, the award-winning videogame publisher and developer, announced today the release of the highly anticipated 7.0 update for their free-to-play MMO World of Tanks. World of Tanks is the first and only team-based massively multiplayer online action game dedicated to armored warfare. Command more than 150 armored vehicles from America, Germany, and the Soviet Union, carefully detailed with historical accuracy.
This new update for World of Tanks will include two new maps (Swamp and Fjords), tank customization, Junior (tier 4), Medium (tier 6), Champion (tier 8) and Absolute (tier 10) tank company levels/divisions for company battles and a new system of effects visualization that promises to improve the quality of visual effects significantly (smoke, shots, and explosions) and will allow for lower system requirements for PCs.
In addition, the update will come with Replays of battles as players will be able to save replays of all battles they participate and multicluster technology that allows adding one or several clusters to each server group. Users will have the opportunity to play on any cluster of the server group with the same, unified account.
Victor Kislyi, CEO of Wargaming.net said:
“This is a huge-scale update that includes many of the long-expected features. We are very excited to introduce the multicluster technology that will insure server stability, helping our players to enjoy World of Tanks even more.”
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