Wargaming.net reveals new screens for World of Warplanes

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Wargaming.net has introduced a new set of screenshots for their upcoming flight combat MMO World of Warplanes.  According to Wargaming.net, World of Warplanes will have around 60 airplanes from Germany, USSR, and USA, with British and Japanese planes to be added in future content updates.  New branches and planes will be added gradually over the process of development, much like World of Tanks.  More info will be revealed at Gamescom.  The last non-Starfox airplane combat game I played was Crimson Skies on the original Xbox, which I really enjoyed, so I might give this one a shot.  I'm a terrible dog-fighter, but I love dog-fighting games, so I'm looking forward to this one.

Warplanes Touchdown at Köln Messe

More Info will be Revealed at Gamescom 2011

London, UK, Paris, FR and San Francisco, CA (17th August, 2011) — Wargaming.net introduces a new set of screenshots and the debut trailer for their new flight combat MMO World of Warplanes. The screens will be among other game content to be unveiled to media during personal presentations in the business area of Gamescom 2011.

Along with the screenshots, Wargmaing.net is glad to reveal the information on the aircraft powers that will be presented in the game. Upon its beta release, World of Warplanes will feature around 60 airplanes from Germany, USSR, and USA, with British and Japanese planes to be added with the further content updates. New branches and new planes will be added gradually over the process of development as it is done in World of Tanks, and the total number might reach several hundred aircraft.

“The development and progress line we've used for World of Tanks turned hugely popular,” said Wargaming.net CEO Victor Kislyi. “We are developing the same system for World of Warplanes and hope that this continuity will become one of the keys to the game's success.”

World of Warplanes is the flight combat MMO action game set in the Golden Age of military aviation. The game continues the armored warfare theme marked in the highly-acclaimed World of Tanks and will throw players into a never-ending tussle for air dominance.

Based purely on aircraft setting, World of Warplanes will allow players to build full-scale careers of virtual pilots offering machines of several key eras, staring from 1930's with biplanes and up to Korean War jet fighters that led the way to modern air forces.

World of Warplanes will feature a wide range of warbirds, each of them unique in their effectiveness and behavior. Virtual pilots will choose from three main warplane classes - single-engine light fighters capable of engaging enemies in close dogfights, heavy fighters with their deadly straight attacks, and strafing aircrafts, the fearsome threat for ground targets.

Every plane will feature multiple variations of ammo types, engines, and other crucial modules, and their various combinations will allow to pick the optimal configuration for the most effective behavior in combat.

About Wargaming.net®

Wargaming.net® is an award-winning online game developer and publisher, incorporated in the UK. Its 270-strong development team is located in Minsk, Belarus. Since 1998, the company has shipped 13 titles, including acclaimed Massive Assault series, Order of War RTS published by Square Enix, and three add-ons for Blitzkrieg II. At the Russian Game Developers Conference (KRI) in 2009 and 2010, Wargaming.net® was named The Best Developer Company from ex-USSR. At KRI 2011 the company was awarded Industry Prize and World of Tanks® won the Best Game Award. The company's headliner project, World of Tanks®, gained the Guinness World Record for the Most Players on One Server Simultaneously. Currently, Wargaming.net® is developing the two next action MMOs, World of Warplanes and World of Battleships.

Official web site: www.wargaming.net