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World of Warplanes

Discussion in 'Upcoming Games' started by Jello, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. Jello
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    World of Warplanes, the next game from Wargaming.net, creators of World of Tanks, has entered a Global Alpha. Testers from North America, Russia and Europe can now jump into two different arenas and access over 20 planes.

    Regarding what the Alpha means for the game's overall development, Producer Anton Sitnikau stated, "Our most important task now is to gather feedback from our test pilots and prepare a well-balanced, stable version with a large amount of vehicles and battle arenas, which we'll be able to enter the beta with."

    World of Warplanes is slated to release later this year as a free download with micro-transactions.
     
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    I may have to check this game out. I didn't like World of Tanks all that much, but planes might be more fun.

    On another note; I foresee more and more MMO's moving to the F2P/micro-transactions model. The free players keep the servers populated, and the paying players get the cool stuff. It's made for our consumer mindsets.;)
     

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