World of Warplanes
The new project will continue the "war saga" launched by its predecessor, the legendary World of Tanks, and will open up the skies for those wishing to dominate the air.
This patch includes a brand new game mode, Superiority, along with other updates and fixes.
In the new episode of Flight School, we’ll tell you about the intricacies of team play.
In World of Warplanes the players will be able to build full-scale careers of virtual pilots using airplanes from several key eras from 1930's biplanes to lightning fast jet fighters that led the way to modern air forces.
Get more info on the technical specifications of the aircraft in World of Warplanes.
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Get a glimpse of what features are coming in the next World of Warplanes update.
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Get into the cockpit and take control of the skies with four warplane classes, including fighters, ground-attack planes, heavy fighters and carrier-based aircraft spanning 59 different warplanes from Germany, the United States and the U.S.S.R.
Ground-attack aircraft are most famous for deadly strafing runs, dive bombing and destructive missile attacks, while their armor provides high survivability and combat effectiveness.
The video also gives you a chance to meet the devs \'face-to-face.\'
Their size, power and armament allow heavy fighters to fulfill a great variety of objectives including interception, head-on attacks and bombing, making them one of the most versatile classes of air forces.
Just like their real-life prototypes, Fighters in World of Warplanes will be best at performing offensive reconnaissance, engaging in close one-on-one dogfights and effective attacking in groups of two or three.
World of Warplanes is an action MMO game dedicated to the golden era of military aviation. The new project will continue the \"war saga\" launched by its predecessor, the legendary World of Tanks, and will open up the skies for those wishing to dominate the air.