Armored Warfare already has PvP and PvE battles, so the dev team at Obsidian Entertainment has decided to make a new game mode by combining the two, like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. If Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups had composite armor and 120mm smoothbore cannons, that is…

The Global Operations game mode tasks two teams of up to 15 players with pursuing a number of different objectives, such as holding territory and eliminating enemy and AI-controlled tanks — some spawned by player teams and some that are hostile to all players. To aid them in their conquest, players can call upon a number of resources, including the aforementioned “friendly” tanks, defensive pillboxes, surveillance drones, and air raids.

A Global Operations match will last for 15 minutes or until one side has had its point total reduced to zero by enemy action. Unlike in other game modes, players can respawn, and objectives can change during the match. For more information, check out the dev blog on Global Operations on the Armored Warfare site.

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  1. Jäeger on September 10, 2016

    Good on the devs, They’re doing what Wargaming should’ve done years ago.

  2. no on September 8, 2016

    Hope its better than skyforge

    • Maybe on September 9, 2016

      What do you mean by better? server issues, playerbase, content updates or game experience?, do you even know what’s Armored Warfare’s about? this game is about tanks only, Skyforge is a fantasy rpg…