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Flight combat action MMO gets new flight model and enhanced controls 19th February, 2013 – Wargaming, the award-winning video games developer and publisher, today announced that World of Warplanes, currently in closed beta, has been updated with a completely overhauled flight model as well as improved mouse controls on US and RU clusters. European players will get […]


Wargaming, the leading free-to-play massively multiplayer online (MMO) developer and publisher behind the award-winning World of Tanks, today announced its acquisition of Chicago-based Day 1 Studios for $20 million. Following the acquisition, the newly formed studio will focus exclusively on the development of an unannounced console title. The acquisition is a key milestone for Wargaming’s […]

By dkale On 8 Aug, 2012 At 09:10 PM | Categorized As !Gaming News, !Special Feature, World of Tanks, World of Warplanes | With 1 Comment

Wargaming Acquires BigWorld 8th August, 2012 — Wargaming, the award-winning online video game developer and publisher, today announced that it has acquired BigWorld Pty Ltd, an Australian-based middleware company providing reliable high-end platforms for developers of massively multiplayer online games and virtual worlds. The acquisition will allow Wargaming to consolidate its position as a leading […]

World of Warplanes

Wargaming, the award-winning global video game developer and publisher, today introduced US carrier-based aircraft – a unique line of warplanes to fight in the virtual skies of the highly anticipated flight combat MMO World of Warplanes. The US tech tree features nine iconic carrier-based aircraft from the United States Navy, including the Grumman F2F and […]

World of Warplanes, the award-winning videogame developer and publisher, today unveiled its Fighters, one of the three main classes of warbirds that will slice deadly skies, in the company’s highly anticipated World of Warplanes flight combat MMO. Fighters will be available for all nations currently featured in World of Warplanes-the U.S., Germany and the Soviet Union-and will […]

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