How to punish ground targets in World of Warplanes

by: Randy -
More On: World of Warplanes

From the bits I've seen, World of Warplanes undoubtedly goes above and beyond World of Tanks' gameplay. ("Above and beyond," har har.)

In this video, Flight School #6 "Ground Attack Aircraft," developer assembles yet another tastefully crafted tutorial. Here they describe how your team grains superiority and wins matches by wiping out the opposing team, or by destroying ground targets.

Further, by breaking down the percentages, they make the supremacy meter more transparent. Calculating who's winning in the heat of battle can be challenging, so it's nice to see open up the kimono a bit.

The video wraps up with tactical solutions that may not be apparent to a newcomer: fly low, hit and run, focus on already-damaged targets, keep moving.

World of Warplanes is a free-to-play competitive multiplayer airplane shooter. It launched on PC in November of last year.

Learn to Fly World of Warplanes Ground Attack Aircraft

New tutorial video explains advantage points, concealment tactics, and ground attack aircraft specifics

May 22, 2014 – Wargaming today unveils a brand new tutorial video for the flight action MMO World of Warplanes. As part of the Flight Academy video series, the guide provides players with helpful tips and strategies to effectively fly ground attack aircraft, discusses superiority in battles and concealment tactics.

This detailed tutorial tells about ground attack aircraft, the most controversial type of warfare in World of Warplanes, and explains how many advantage points pilots can get by hitting different types of targets, while focusing on the most effective ways to score those points in order to reach air dominance. The guide also delves into the ins-and-outs of concealment tactics and the mechanics that will affect the supremacy meter, which can make a difference in the midst of battle.

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