War Thunder is the first MMO on OnLive

10:00 AM on 05.07.2014

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

OnLive CloudLift powers free-to-play MMO

Gaijin Entertainment's MMO War Thunder has been announced for OnLive, making it the first MMO on the cloud streaming service.

The game will be added to their new CloudLift subscription, which lets users play PC games anywhere, on many device types, with no client downloading needed. This also takes down the technical spec required to play the game on PC or Mac, as streaming will get you 720p 60fps gameplay on many devices. War Thunder can even be played on Android devices, making it a mobile game now.

Interested? OnLive CloudLift has a free 7-day trial, allowing you instant access to War Thunder and others.

I'd be much more likely to hunker down with an MMO if I could play it on any device, anywhere. 

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