During the gamescom, the gaming press was out in force in Cologne to see all the upcoming titles that deserved to be highlighted. The Wargaming team was extensively interviewed by numerous newspapers, video channels and websites. In this article, we present a review of some of the web reviews that were released by the media afterwards.
“The Devil really is in the details and as we switch now to World of Tanks, you can see that this philosophy really is something that radiates at the core of WarGaming.”
TheGameJar covered all of the gamescom event. Their special reporter at the Wargaming booth tried World of Tanks and World of Warplanes and he was very impressed with the details and accuracy of the game models.
“World of Tanks developer Wargaming.net will prove it is not just a one-hit-wonder after the release of its upcoming massively multiplayer combat title World of Warplanes.”
The Verge relates the words of Victor Kislyi just after the acquisition of BigWorld, and talks about the future of Wargaming.
“With the arrival of World of Warplanes, we’ll be able to combine the worlds of tanks and planes on the global map.”
PcGamesN, a website dedicated to multiple video games, likes the idea of the upcoming Global Map, which will feature tanks and planes at the same time. Read their full section about World of Tanks.
“Free-to-play payment structures have been rapidly gaining ascendance in large-scale MMOs recently. However, when we started working on World of Tanks it was a completely unheard of and exotic idea.”
Masodikvh, the Hungarian website dedicated to WWII, interviewed Sergey Burkatovsky about World of Tanks, its evolution from the beginning to the current version, and about the plans for the future.
“The tanks will be jumping.. Totally new gameplay!”
World of War presents a video interview with Victor Kisliy during the gamescom, who speaks about the next World of Tanks update and its new features, and all the new things in Wargaming world.
"I think one day in history, some mechanics and designers were really drunk and decided to make a plane like this."
Tenton Hammer the MMO-dedicated website, extensively presents Wargaming along with the current and future games like World of Warplanes and World of Tanks: Generals. They speak with Victor Kislyi about the long-awaited plane project, and also about the advantages of free games.
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