"Anyone who visited Tankfest 2011 cannot have missed seeing the promotion for the multi-player online game of 'World of Tanks'. With some 3 million players already joined up to the game worldwide, this was an impressive and eye catching element to Tankfest this year, with a large stand in the Tamiya Hall at the Tank Museum, opposite their new Afghanistan exhibition. There has also been a range of 1/144 model tanks from Japan known as 'World of Tanks' and there is an obvious association between the two."
Military Modelling gives the general description of World of Tanks, its gameplay, tank trees and other game features, paying attention to the fact that it's quite easy for a newcomer to start the battle after downloading the game.
"I was impressed by the game, and can see it becoming quite addictive. The fact it is free to use makes it well worth trying out, and is accessible to everyone. Judging by the growth in players on the game, it is clearly proving popular with lots of us."