Now gamers won’t have to obtain premium accounts in every single Wargaming title.
The studio hasn’t revealed any plans for its new properties.
The online air-combat game’s mouse-based control scheme could get casual flyers to climb into the cockpit.
North American and Russian players can get start dogfighting today.
Wargaming’s popular free-to-play online action title is still growing around the world.
With 450 people at its U.S. headquarters, Japan’s Gree is chasing after the giant mobile game.
The fingers are pointing after accusations that dancers at a party were demeaning to women.
War has changed — now it is portable.
World of Tanks had over 190,000 players on a single Russian server in January.
The World of Tanks developer has acquired the Supreme Commander 2 studio.
Editor’s Pick The game industry set a new record for the money spent on acquisitions, but the number of deals dropped.
The company added 27 million players to the game during 2012.
The popular free-to-play title had over 500,000 simultaneous players on the Russian server.
World of Tanks: Generals represents Wargaming’s move into browser-based platforms.
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Editor’s Pick Wargaming, publisher of the spectacularly successful multiplayer title World of Tanks, has acquired Australian online-game software maker BigWorld for $45 million.