Being able to score some goals with tanks is already an exciting thing. But being able to compete against others and win prizes is more exciting than that. Wargaming did not lose a second and announced the addition of tournaments to World of Tanks’Tank Soccer Mode 2018. In case you have almost any issues about where by in addition to the best way to work with World of Tanks Gold, you possibly can email us on our own page. The tournaments will take place every week starting on June 18. However, a new stage will begin every Tuesday. Thirty-two teams will be able to participate in the finals, but only twenty-four of them will qualify for the gold cup tournament. You will not have to apply for the competition. All you have to do is participate in fifteen matches with one of the three vehicles available.
Players will be introduced to the alternate reality of World of Tanks: Mercenaries through a thrilling new PvE story campaign: The Heist. An action-packed tale of espionage, nuclear tensions, and adrenaline-fueled tank battles, this adventure follows a motley crew of Mercenaries contracted to set up, execute, and escape from a raid on a secret facility. Their mission is to steal nuclear material for a client who harbours his own atomic ambitions, but the crew soon find themselves at the mercy of the combined powers of the United States and the Soviet Union. Players can tackle this story alone or with a friend using the online co-op functionality.
Victory in the Blitz Twister Cup means a lot to us. First of all, it strengthens our bond with each other and intensifies our friendship. Secondly, it made us dive into eSports even deeper than before and showed us all the possibilities of what someone can achieve in their life if you try hard, follow your dreams and never give up, states Jan Peter Haupenthal, Radioactive team captain. We will surely participate in further eSports events in World of Tanks Blitz and try to defend our title next year. Thanks to Wargaming for this great game and this wonderful experience that showed once again how our world is currently in a shift where eSports are becoming a more and more respected and promising part of your future.
World of Tanks Blitz went a long way from its beginnings in 2014. Back in the days, it was exclusively developed for handheld devices but the developers made it a cross-platform and bring it to Windows 10. Now, Windows 7 version wasn’t supported until the end of 2016, but now you can play it seamlessly on the most popular Windows iteration. World of Tanks Blitz will see the four best teams in Blitz head to Minsk, Belarus, on November 11th to compete for their share of $30,000 in the Twister Cup.
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.