World Of Tanks Headed To Xbox One
A tank is a tank, but a shinier tank rendered on a newer console is better, right?
Wargaming announced today that World of Tanks would be rolling onto the Xbox One soon. Tankers on the XB1 will be able to continue their progress from their Xbox 360 via their Xbox Live accounts and will share the battlefield with their 360 counterparts.
Best of all, like on the 360, World of Tanks on the Xbox One will be free with an Xbox Live Gold subscription. Well, that's kinda good news... paying for the Gold subscription is still a bit of a sticking point, so I guess Wargaming CEO Victor Kislyi still has some educating to do.
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