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Submitted by ktype2 460d ago | news

World of Tanks Attending World Cyber Games 2013

Wargaming.net and World of Tanks will be present at the World Cyber Games 2013 in Kunshan, China. A totally new division of tanks will also be added to the game with update 8.10.
Wargaming, the leading free-to-play MMO developer and publisher, today announced the first details for Update 8.10 for its massively popular free-to-play MMO action World of Tanks. The upcoming update will add two branches of Japanese tanks into the game. This is not the only news concerning World of Tanks; WoT has officially joined the ranks of the World Cyber Games 2013. (PC, World of Tanks)

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