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World of Tanks Blitz are an evolutionary success story Empty World of Tanks Blitz are an evolutionary success story

Fri Feb 22, 2019 11:10 pm
During this year’s Tokyo Game Show, I caught up with Ozan Kocoglu, the General Manager for Wargaming in Asia. This is because World of Tank Blitz is getting some truly fascinating content, which leverages the talent of Japanese games and anime. While, the Valkyria Chronicles crossover was announced fairly recently and is now playable in World of Tanks Blitz on mobile, Ozan took to the stage during the show to announce that the game would also be collaborating with another creative figure in Japan to create a unique tank for the game; that of Kunio Okawara.

The original World of Tanks was released on PC, and has become pretty popular. The game now has well over 60 million users, and the amount of revenue it generates exceeds that made by World of Warcraft. Now the game has come to mobiles and tablets in the shape of World of Tanks Blitz.

The tanks of World of Tanks are an evolutionary success story. Not only did they manage to build a functional society on their planet despite the lack of opposable thumbs — or appendages in general — but out in the reaches of space, far from Earth, they were also able to split their organised conflicts up into two forms: the bigger battles represented by the original World of Tanks, and smaller seven-on-seven conflicts seen in the simplified and mobile-friendly World of Tanks: Blitz.They were also able to develop their own advanced economy. In fact, it seems like the only thing the inhabitants of the World of Tanks value more than organised conflicts to the death between teams of multiple tanks is cold, hard currency. Buy cheapest World of Tanks Gold from Mmocs with fast delivery and 100% safety.

You start the game with three tanks, each one the weakest in-game representative of its respective country. After choosing which tank you’d like to use, you can make modifications to it using experience points and cash you’ve accrued, buy different types of ammunition, or pick up one-use boost items. After you’re ready to play, you just hit one button and the game will automatically match you up with other players. Teams are sorted based on the strength of the tanks each person uses, so at least as far as equipment goes, things are generally balanced between the two sides.

World of Tanks Blitz features short focused matches that make for a fun experience on mobile. Teams of 7 go head-to-head in King of the Hill type matches. Each match has a time limit, so nothing ever runs very long and generally games will end long before that. A lot of your success will depend on choosing the right front for that match. Perhaps you have a favorite flanking path and then one match the whole teams happens to go that direction, whoops.

The new mobile release is based on the free-to-play military multiplayer game World of Tanks, but will offer up to 7v7 action within player-versus-player matches at four minutes each. Players will also be able to lead forces from the U.S., U.S.S.R. and Germany. The development team expects that despite the short-length of matches, players are likely to spend over an hour on the game each day.
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