The Adrenaline Vault gaming info-source tries out the free-to-play MMO World of Tanks, depicting its brightest sides in the review.
The gameplay, the tank trees, combat tactics and other significant game aspects are explained clearly, providing a good reflection of the whole project from a gamer's point of view. Besides that, the Adrenaline Vault displays several battle pictures with WoT tanks and highly evaluates World of Tanks, giving it a good mark!
"Imagine driving a Tiger tank through a deserted city, spotting a smaller Soviet vehicle. You take aim and fire a HE shell at it, killing its engine and setting it on fire. But before you can finish it off, a Soviet T-34 ambushes you from an alley, spots for some artillery, and you get obliterated, only to respawn and live to fight again. This is a typical day when playing on Wargaming.net’s servers for World of Tanks. It’s been almost a year since I last looked at it, and the game has grown up. Wargaming.net calls WoT, “…a team-based massively multiplayer online game dedicated to armored warfare in the mid-20th century.” Focusing on Soviet, German, and US panzers from the period, and boasting maps with a wide variety of terrain, it offers those who love their heavy armored vehicles a chance to get into the nitty-gritty of armored warfare."