Friday, November 20, 2015

World of Tanks PlayStation®4 Beta Goes Live on December 4th

Wargaming announces Open Beta weekend and presence at PlayStation®Experience

Wargaming today announced the free-to-play multiplayer game World of Tanks on PlayStation®4 will offer a three-day Open Beta, running December 4–6. The Open Beta coincides with the PlayStation® Experience weekend, taking place December 5 and 6 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. Event attendees can play World of Tanks on PlayStation®4 for the first time in North America at Wargaming booth #1200.

Exclusive in-game items await those taking part in the three day Beta event. All players who login during the Beta period will receive a PlayStation® 20th anniversary exclusive M22 Locust US light tank, adorned in a tribute PlayStation® grey color scheme honoring the original PlayStation® along with a special emblem. Pre-Release bundles will become available in the PlayStation®Store which include a free T1E6-PS US Premium light tank with exclusive camouflage and four Founder’s Packs with special Premium tanks available for a limited time.

World of Tanks on PlayStation®4 continues Wargaming’s multi-platform expansion by delivering an array of new features to the battlefield. The game will support key platform features including complete DUALSHOCK®4 functionality, Share Play and PlayStation®Vita Remote Play, along with optimized controls designed to elevate the handheld experience. Two limited time exclusive maps will also be making their PlayStation®4 debut during Beta: “Ruinberg”, and “Scorpion Pass”, the largest World of Tanks map to date.

“Wargaming is excited to be working with Sony to bring World of Tanks to a new audience with PlayStation®4,” said TJ Wagner, Executive Producer at Wargaming. “The platform allows us to develop World of Tanks like never before with custom features and functionality such as PlayStation®Vita Remote Play, and we are thrilled to start rolling the game out to Sony tankers worldwide.”

World of Tanks on PlayStation®4 is free to all PlayStation® accounts and does not require a PlayStation® Plus membership to play. In the run-up to the Beta, players can also view the very first episode of Developer Diaries for PlayStation®4, showing a behind-the-scenes look at how the team brought the game to Sony’s console 4

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