Tanks can be fun, but I'd rather stick to the skies when given a choice between the two. Wargaming.net has shared new details on its latest massively multiplayer online game, World of Warplanes.
In a decidedly smart move, you'll be allowed to hook up your same email account with World of Tanksand World of Warplanes. The two games interact, meaning gold and experience earned in one title can be spent in the other, if you so desire.
"We've got thousands of players on World of Tanks servers, who have gained a scarily large amount of free experience which they don't know how to spend," says Wargaming.net CEO Victor Kislyi. "With this sharing option we say to them -- 'hey, here's our new game, and it's as brutal and addictive as World of Tanks.'"
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