Wargaming.net: saved by tanks and online free-to-play




With World of Tanks Wargaming.net has in less than three years finally put on the map in the game industry. Before the online free-to-play game was released in 2011 in Europe, however, it was not exactly a success story for the Belarusian publisher and developer. The strategy games that the company has developed since 2000 did not reach western Europe and were all financial failures, despite the titles no bad reviews scored. Nevertheless, the company was waiting for the hit that World of Tanks eventually, otherwise it may well be with the company. Past very different

Now Wargaming almost fifteen years and better times for the company arrived, invited the press in Minsk to get to know the company better. Game Editor Jurian Ubachs takes you in this video report therefore back to the early days of Wargaming to look at their first games and why it took so long before the company got a foothold in the rest of Europe and the world. He also raises along with some employees of Wargaming a look at the future of the company to see if online free-to-play remains the strategy of Wargaming.net the coming years. Monday we spend in a separate video highlighting the upcoming release of Wargaming, namely World of Warplanes.


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