World of Tanks is growing with Japan entering the fray in update 8.10. The entry of the new faction shows the continued level of support for the game. This is on the back of the recent launch of World of Warplanes (see our review here).
The game is also getting a visual boost with an overhaul of the lighting system giving the game extra visual punch.
For a FTP title to work players must be entertained and rewarded and it seems Wargaming get this and are doing their level best to stay as number 1.
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.
The new national tech tree will launch with 14 Japanese armored machines, including 4 light tanks, topped with the Type 5 Ke-Ho, and 9 medium machines, headed by the top-tier STB-1, along with the Type 3 Chi-Nu Kai premium medium tank.
Fans of visual enhancements can look forward to a major overhaul in the game’s lighting system. Built to offer a more immersive experience, the revamped lighting and shadow system will also add a greater degree of realism to the game.