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Popular MMO provider Wargaming.net is also at the expo this year, presenting some of its games with large banners and whatnot. So what exactly is the company peddling?
Starting right now, the publisher and developer of the World of Tanks/Warplanes/Battleships online games will use its website www.wargaming.net to unify all three game portals into one single account. This means that players from any 1 game can interchange their account to not only access any game they’d like, but apparently also fan-sites and other supported services.
While the worldwide integration will still take some time, the idea is to create one Battle Realm where different clans from different games can assist each other and the games’ currencies and Free Experience can be traded freely.
This also means that their corporate website will need to change. This has moved to www.wargaming.com. All job offerings, blogs and recent news updates will be posted there.
It has also recently launched trailers for all its brands, starting with an update for World of Tanks that shows off the British vehicles. In true old-timey style, we get presented with a vinyl recording of wartime chansons. The faded color of combat then makes way for some glorified action shots, such as a jumping tank. Don’t expect it to be as exaggerated as Metal Slug though.
World of Warplanes launched a Closed Beta trailer to give significance to the event. It has the same faded look, but with a more serious orchestrated undertone. Also, planes are airborne by default, so no jumping necessary here.
Lastly, the latest announcement is marked for World of Battleships that goes underwater to explore the carcasses created by warfare. Whoever makes the trailers for the publisher sure has a distinct visual style. There are also Michael Bay explosions, for those that enjoy that sort of thing.