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Submitted by SlappingOysters 290d ago | interview

World of Tanks Was Almost A Fantasy MMO

Grab It has run a world exclusive with Wargaming on the recent release of World of Tanks on iOS and has published an interesting quote about where the series almost ended up. (Android, iPad, iPhone, PC, World of Tanks, World of Tanks Blitz, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

SlappingOysters  +   291d ago
I think we can safely say they made the right decision.
CoyoteHunter  +   290d ago
Still - having put that idea in my head I wouldn't mind seeing what they would have come up with :P Maybe they should make it anyway - sort of like how those April Fools pranks sometimes turn into real games!
gfois90  +   291d ago
couldn't agree more
LeeFace  +   290d ago
Not sure how that would have worked.. I think they made the right decision too.
unsaved_progress  +   290d ago
I think some sort of middleground, like a steampunk alternate history fantasy MMO with tanks and trains and wizards and stuff woulda been awesome ;)
SlappingOysters  +   290d ago
Yeah. Maybe the DICE guys could do that. They could put Dragon Age into the Battlefield engine perhaps.
shipnabottle  +   290d ago
Maybe they will branch out into a different theme/setting one day when they are done with all the various war-related stuff they might go back to fantasy based stuff?

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