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War Thunder: the boss in the air
Game developers are not averse to a nice sting underwater. Sony sneered as a storm during his press conference at E3 and Gamescom, and we have the EA and Activision often enough about ‘other shooters have heard, if fairly obvious direct competitor meant. It heard a bit off. In this regard, the men of Gaijin fine on their place in the game industry. During a presentation of War Thunder were not afraid to mention the limitations of the Russian competitor Wargaming.net developers: “Did you know that games run on an engine that is actually ten years old?”
Now we are at Tweakers certainly not going to use that kind of propaganda, ourselves as a stage but it is a nice to sound. Not long ago we had concluded a comprehensive report on Wargaming. The Belarusian company has garnered nothing but praise. Their games do it, since the company focused on online free-to-play was set up, excellent. World of Tanks is gigantic, World of Warplanes begins hopeful and World of Warships is coming. But how well Wargaming.net also seems to have its act together, for each other, there are indications that it might be even better Gaijin does.
With that last sentence we are referring to the gameplay, or rather on what we have heard about the gameplay. Under each article on World of Warplanes we always read responses from gamers who asked us to War Thunder’s take a look. The gameplay would be deeper and the simulation of air combat would be a lot more realistic. So it was that we actually requested by the various players under Articles responded once glanced at gaijins war game. We did initially at Gamescom, where we could play the PlayStation 4 version and then also went home, just on the PC.
Tanks combined with aircraft
It was right at that Gaijin does something that is impossible according to Wargaming.net. In War Thunder are fighting with tanks namely combined with dogfights. Wargaming.net according to the scale of such battles is too far apart to have a good fight on to deliver, but Gaijin proves them wrong: it works. Moreover, the attitude of the men behind War Thunder Wargaming.net not surprised. “Planes have to go faster than tanks. During the ‘World of’ games they go as hard. The aircraft will only sixty miles an hour, and that speed is multiplied by ten and displayed in that form in the interface. Would you tanks and planes bring it together, then you will see that they just go hard … ”
Now bids fair to say that we have not seen in action. Tanks in War Thunder so much us We saw an example of a combined fight and that looked workable enough. Playing was not yet in so we can not say anything about the balance between the two vehicle types, and it stands or falls with some matching course.Viewing:-324
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