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GamesCON 2011: World of Warplanes 2012

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Says CNN: GamesCON 2011: (One of) five games that stand out (August 19, 2011). "World of Warplanes" (publisher/developer: Wargaming.net; PC, 2012) When it comes to MMO games, free-to-play is fast becoming the standard over subscription-based offerings. Millions of gamers are currently fighting online in World War II-era tanks in Wargaming.net's MMO, "World of Tanks." Come next year, the game maker will introduce a second game to the fray. "World of Warplanes" will feature more than 60 German, British, American and Russian planes, from pre-WW II biplanes of the 1930s to Korean War jet fighters.Up to 16 players can take to the skies and engage in dogfights in one of three classes of planes: elusive single-engine light fighters, heavy fighters and strafing aircraft. Players will contend with ground forces as well as the unfriendly skies in this free-to-play MMO, which generates revenue through microtransactions to upgrade your planes for combat. World of Warplanes web,
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