Submitted by nabgil 472d ago | interview

World of Wargaming: "We're still evolving"

GR-UK writes: Warships and football. Perhaps an odd combo, but as Wargaming's Frazer Nash tells us at E3, it all makes sense. We caught up with the WoW frontman to talk to him about the company's continued growth.

"We've been doing the download and the F2P market for a long time now. We're successful because we got the model right at the beginning, and we're still getting the model right now. For us in the gaming industry, in ten years time, this will just be the norm."

We also touched on how player feedback is making the Xbox 360 version of World of Tanks unique, and their plans for new-gen. (E3, PC, World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, World of Warships, Xbox 360)

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