World of Tanks is coming to PS4

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In its continuing quest for world dominance, is bringing the free-to-play World of Tanks to the PS4, with a beta launching “in the coming months”.
“We’re all very excited to be bringing this massively multiplayer,
action packed, 30-player tank battle sensation to PlayStation 4,” writes
project lead TJ Wagner on the PS Blog.
“We’re tuning the experience specifically for PlayStation 4, supporting
Dualshock 4 controllers, Share Play, PS Vita Remote
Play, livestreaming and more. Best of all, World of Tanks is
free-to-play for all PlayStation account holders from the get go!”
You’ll have over 350 tanks of five different classes at your
disposal, with the PS4 version offering custom maps and skins. PS Plus
members will get added bonuses, such as “even more exclusive content and
deals”. There’ll also be exclusive “Girls and Panzer content and themes
at launch”. Whatever that means. (Not sure I want to know, actually.)
For more information and/or to sign up for the beta, head to
In our review, we said that “anyone who truly appreciates World of Tanks won’t
need a review to guide them. They’re already well beyond the long
barrier to entry. Everyone else will likely find themselves similarly on
the outside looking in.
“The gameplay can be rewarding at times, but most won’t have the patience (or the money) to ever get to that point. Thus, World of Tanks won’t ever be more than a quick detour on the way to something that’s easier to comprehend.”
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