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World of Warplanes official release date: Sept 25, 2013


North America/Europe: Sept 26

Wargaming's upcoming airplane dogfighting MMO, World of Warplanes, finally has a release date. CIS countries will see the release on September 25, with North America and Europe to follow the next day, September 26. Over 100 different aircraft from all over the world will fly into our PCs in about a month. 

Both the Closed and Open Beta have been successful and helpful for Wargaming, with nearly 3 million registrants signed up for the beta, and more than 200 million combat flights to date. 

Now they're bringing Warplanes to the public here at gamescom. They'll have the game available for play at their booth, as well as prizes to be won from J!NX and Nvidia. 

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