Wargaming rolls out the British steel today on the PS4 edition of World of Tanks. That's awesome. It instantly adds 41 more light, medium, and heavy tanks, tank destroyers, and artillery to the tech tree. That's, of course, in addition to already populated with tanks from the U.S.A., Germany, and U.S.S.R. Also, the Ruinberg, Siegfried Line, Fisherman's Bay, and Ensk maps are officially in the mix.
There was a time when British steel presented a real problem for the U.K.'s enemies worldwide. World of Tanks recalls that time. You'll see what I mean when you're rolling in your Tier 5 American, Russian, or German tank, then a Tier 5 British AT stares you down with x3 or x4 more front hull armor. Good luck slugging it out with that one, commander.
I've played World of Tanks (Gaming Nexus score 9.5) off and on since 2011 on PC, since 2014 on Xbox 360 (score 8.0), while Gaming Nexus Writer Sean Cahill handled the Xbox One review (score 8.5) last year, and now I'm on PlayStation 4. Trust me, I'm starting up the British line of tanks today.