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Real war is not a game, say and War Child

World of Tanks developer and its charity partner War Child joined forced recently to remind gamers that real war is not a game. War Child, a U.K.-based organization, provides support to children in war-torn areas like Afghanistan, Iraq, Uganda and Syria. That support takes the form of education, protection, vocational training and more. Its Real War is Not a Game campaign aims to include "information about international humanitarian law, and about children in conflict areas on the website and in the manuals of every war simulation game."'s European director of customer relations explained that the partnership is a result of shared values. "We are consciously aware that in reality many children around the globe are affected by the horrific consequences of...


World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and now share a single login is one step closer to creating a single universe of war games. This week the company behind World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships unified gamers' accounts across all three games. "Unified account. Unified economics. Unified gaming universe," the company's website now reads. " offers a unique world of online battles and ultimate struggle for global supremacy."'s Victor Kislyi has long wanted to meld the different online worlds and accounts of his company into one entity. He talked about it with Polygon in 2012. This is, perhaps, the most mundane element of that move, but also the most important. With the transition gamers will have access to all of Wargaming's games through a single login and a single portal. A player's...


Wargaming looks to Total Annihilation, Master of Orion for inspiration

That doesn't mean the company won't ever step outside the realm of reality to create new sorts of gaming experiences, just that they are historic military simulators and any fictional world they create will never mingle. "I don't think we're going to move away from history accuracy where we make tanks with lasers or something arcadey," said Chris Cook, director of's North American PR. In August, acquired the intellectual property for Total Annihilation and Master of Orion from an Atari bankruptcy auction. At the time's CEO Victor Kislyi said that the company is "more than willing to give a new lease of life to these games." The real-time strategy game Total Annihilation was developed by Cavedog Entertainment and released in 1997 for Mac and...

8 Comments acquires Total Annihilation and Master of Orion IPs, the developer/publisher behind World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships, acquired the intellectual property for Total Annihilation and Master of Orion in the recent Atari bankruptcy auction, the company announced today. The real-time strategy game Total Annihilation was developed by Cavedog Entertainment and released in 1997 for Mac and Windows PC. It was followed by a handful of expansion packs. Developer Simtex's turn-based Master of Orion dates back to 1993, and sequels followed in 1996 and 2003. "Total Annihilation and Master of Orion are strategy game classics," said CEO Victor Kislyi. "Although it's too soon to disclose any details, we are more than willing to give a new lease of life to these games most of us grew up playing. It's...

1 Comment bringing World of Tanks 360 Edition and eSports to Gamescom, the developer of World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships, is bringing a playable version of the upcoming World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition and more to Gamescom next month, the company announced today. The developer will also sponsor several eSports-focused "amateur tournaments" that attendees can enter. Visitors will also be able to watch pros compete in tournaments like the WCG 2013 National Finals for World of Tanks, which will take place at the booth Aug. 22-23. In addition to the tournaments, will also host stage shows and developer Q&As, and give away prizes and gifts at the booth, located in Hall 8.1, stand A-030. "Last year Wargaming took Gamescom by storm with a massive booth, great giveaways and hands-on...


World of Warships removes Rising Sun flag after Korean gamers' outcry (update) has removed the Rising Sun flag of Imperial Japan from its MMO World of Warships after its South Korean audience spoke out against its use, reports The Korea Herald. The lastest trailer for World of Warships shows the flag amidst scenes of dogfighting and airborne firepower. The Rising Sun is the official insignia of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force, but due to its use in World War 2 is still widely considered in Southeast Asia to be offensive and carries associations of Japanese militarism and imperialism. A group of Korean gamers who were uncomfortable with the flag's presence in World of Warships launched a campaign for its removal, collecting around 40,000 signatures from users for their petition. Shortly after, a community manager took to the...


World of Warships trailer demonstrates grand naval destruction

The first trailer for Wargaming's free-to-play multiplayer online game, World of Warships, features a montage of cannons, torpedoes and air squadrons obliterating giant warships. The United States and Japan will be playable factions at launch and ship classes will include Battleships/Battlecruisers, Aircraft Carriers, Cruisers Light/Cruisers Heavy and Destroyers. The game will release with several multiplayer modes such as a World of Tanks-like "capture the base" mode. World of Warships will enter beta phase testing later this year. Last month, Wargaming released a set of screenshots detailing the USS New Mexico, which fought in the Atlantic and Pacific naval campaigns during World War II. Wargaming announced earlier that it plans to remove all "pay-to-win" elements from its...


Wargaming axes pay-to-win model in favor of free-to-win

Wargaming, the developer of free-to-play online games World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships, is removing all "pay-to-win" elements from its titles and is shifting to a "free-to-win" model, Andrei Yarantsau, vice president of publishing told Gamasutra. All in-game components that are deemed to give a player an edge in a fight will no longer be available for purchase. Wargaming will instead receive revenue through vanity items and superficial customizations. The company believes that the loss of pay-to-win microtransactions will balance out with the free-to-win model. "The free-to-win concept is sure to enhance customer loyalty and attract new players to the game," Yarantsau told Gamasutra. "As for the company's economic efficiency, we expect no decline in profits....

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Wargaming expands into Japan with a new office

Wargaming, the developer of free-to-play massively online games World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships, is opening an office in Tokyo, Japan, to provide product support as its titles roll out in the region. The Tokyo office marks Wargaming's 15th location worldwide. As World of Tanks rolls out in Japan, the office will be providing customer support, as well as focusing on publishing duties, including marketing, public relations and customer service "As Wargaming continues its global expansion, there's no possible way we can ignore the importance of the Japanese market," Victor Kislyi, CEO of Wargaming, said in a statement. "Besides being one of the largest video games markets in the world, it's also a place where free-to-play gaming is growing by leaps and bounds." ...


Wargaming bringing its first console game to E3 2013

Wargaming, the creator of World of Warplanes and World of Tanks, will show off its first console game at E3 2013, the company announced via press release. The unnamed project was announced earlier this year and is being developed by Wargaming West. In addition to its console title, the company will also show off World of Warplanes, World of Tanks and World of Warships. The World of Warships showcase is the game's first public unveiling and will include a "behind-the-scenes theater demonstration." According to the release, viewers will have the chance to "experience the sights and sounds of true naval combat," as well as see the game. Check out our feature on Wargaming and World of Tanks here.

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