In their own words, Wargaming.net wanted to give us exceptional quality of gaming and that is why World of Warplanes was previously delayed.
After its open beta in September it was supposed to be released on September 25 but a two months bump has brought it to us today. But finally, World of Warplanes has been released to North America on November 12 and Europe on November 13.
Evidently,l the delay was because the team wanted to polish out any and all rough edges that the game could have before it was released. As the game’s director of global operation Vlad Belozerov had said:
“The extra time will allow the development team to fine-tune the game balance and make sure that every feature is top-notch before launch.”
Now that the free-to-play MMO is finally in the market, you can start shooting down your foes in mid air.
The game focuses on the World War 1 and World War 2 era and naturally uses the coinciding models of airplanes including certain legendary models like Supermarine Spitfire and the Messerschmitt Bf. 109 kept for a special treat of some.
It comes from the makers of the insanely famous World of Tanks and is the second of the three expected projects from the developer, the third being World of Battleships. Guessing from how Wargaming.net has excelled in the ground based combat, honing up to 60 million registered users; a lot is expected from World of Warplanes.
“A whole ten years of premium account time” is up for grabs through a celebratory contest named First to the Top. All you need to do is pick a tech tree and read to the top of that tree as soon as you can – you have until November 27.
If you have tried out the game do fill us in on your views.