Wargaming.net has announced a new service that will unite their three MMO war series: World of Tanks, World of Battleships, and World of Warplanes. The new service will take over the Wargaming.net URL while the corporate website will become Wargaming.com. Some key features include giving players one-stop access to all three titles and a single MMO Battle Realm where clans can assist each other within the realms of ground, air, and sea for world domination.
Wargaming.net Announces Global Wargaming.net Service to Unite Gamers in the Company's MMO War Series
Portal for World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Battleships to Give Gamers Instant Access to All Titles
5th June 2012 — Wargaming.net, the award-winning online game developer and publisher, today announced that the company's MMO war series, which includes World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, and World of Battleships, will unite under an integrated, worldwide Wargaming.net Service scheduled for release later this year.
Wargaming.net Service will be the epicenter of a battle-centric gaming universe that will gather the series under a single portal - www.wargaming.net. With the introduction of Wargaming.net Service and its renovated website, players will receive unified Wargaming.net IDs that will provide instant access to all their games and services; as well as any partner or fan websites.
The new service will inherit the Wargaming.net URL, while the corporate website will transition to Wargaming.com. The corporate site will share the company's latest news, game updates, job opportunities and more.
Key features of the globally integrated Wargaming.net Service, will include:
One Destination: The portal will give gamers one-stop access to all three titles and showcase a world at war - whether they are playing with Tanks, Warplanes or Battleships.
Common Economics: The introduction of common economics for the three titles allows players to transfer Gold and Free Experience between them.
Single MMO Battle Realm: Tank, Warplane, and Battleship clans will be assisting each other in their ground, air and sea attacks for world domination.
"Wargaming always strives for excellence in generating intense and action-filled global online battles for gamers," said Wargaming CEO Victor Kislyi. "With the introduction of Wargaming.net Service, we will deliver an advanced gaming experience that gives gamers a world stage for their preferred war scenario."
Wargaming is an award-winning game developer and publisher and one of the leaders in the free-to-play MMO market. Founded as a privately held company in 1998, Wargaming has shipped more than 15 titles and employs over 900 people across such key regions as North America, Europe, Russia, and Asia.
Currently, Wargaming is focused on its team-based MMO war series dedicated to the mid-20th century warfare. Its flagship armored MMO World of Tanks, launched in April 2011 and currently boasting 30 million players worldwide. Next up in the series is the flight combat World of Warplanes, named one of the most anticipated MMOs for 2012, and the naval World of Battleships, scheduled for release in 2013.
In June 2012, Wargaming announced the Wargaming.net Service, the epicenter of a battle-centric gaming universe that will gather the series under a single portal - www.wargaming.net.
Wargaming has offices in Berlin, London, Nicosia, Paris, San Francisco, Seoul and Singapore. The company has development centers in Minsk, Belarus, Kiev, Ukraine and St. Petersburg, Russia.