Will the company get its 55 million PC players to shift to a mobile version of World of Tanks?
World of Tanks had over 190,000 players on a single Russian server in January.
London-based publisher Wargaming is moving into multiplatform game development as it absorbs developer Day 1 Studios.
The popular free-to-play title had over 500,000 simultaneous players on the Russian server.
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.
We left the industry trade show with very different opinions on what we saw. Here are our final thoughts.
Let’s Battle. That’s a particularly apt slogan for Wargaming.net. The has scored big with its World of Tanks game, a hardcore massively multiplayer online game that lets you battle your friends in World War II tanks. Since it launched in …
Wargaming.net has earned its stripes in PC gaming. Known for the Massive Assault series, Order of War and other titles, the PC development has now started cashing in big time on its hardcore gaming know-how with the success of its …