'World of Tanks Generals' plays cards with tanks in browsers

World of Tanks Generals, a browser-based free-to-play collectible card game from the makers of the makers of World of Tanks, is headed to web browsers.

World of Tanks Generals, a free-to-play collectible card game from the makers of World of Tanks, is headed to web browsers, according to developer Wargaming.net.

"Across several single and multiplayer gameplay modes, commanders can take part in battles taken from historical events, fight for dominance on a global map and destroy the competition in matches where carefully planned tactics and strategies become the key to victory," according ot the game's official website.

In single player and multiplayer skirmishes, World of Tanks Generals features a deck of over 220 cards, including tanks, artillery, infantry, as well as bonus cards that buff defenses and firepower. Wargaming.net will also integrate existing World of Tanks player profiles and plans to include clan support.

At GDC Europe today, Wargaming.net CEO Victor Kislyi spoke on the importance of supporting the company's games for "five, seven, ten years" after their release.

According to Wargaming.net, the release date is still to be determined. While we're waiting, you can get a sneak peek at the cards from World of Tanks Generals below and start planning your assaults today.

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