World of Tanks tendrá modalidad 8-bit

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Wargaming está preparando una nueva modalidad en World of Tanks, para celebrar el nuevo año y el invierno que lo acompaña, en un nostálgico ambiente en 8-bit.

Winter Showdown es la nueva modalidad que podrá encontrarse en World of Tanks a partir del 15 de enero en Corea, y desde el 26 de enero en el resto de las regiones. Además de los gráficos en 8-bit, la nueva modalidad añade tres vehículos de diseño original — Mammoth, Polar Bear, y Arctic Fox — un nuevo mapa, “mega platoons” de cinco jugadores, y juego competitivo de 10 contra 10 aleatorio.

 

 

 

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World of Tanks Kicks off The New Year with 8-Bit Winter Showdown Mode

New mode within Random Battles will transport players to a pixelated winter-themed battle environment

December 30, 2014 — Wargaming today announced a brand new combat mode for World of Tanks—Winter Showdown. This new 8-Bit mode will offer exclusive in-game content including three custom-built vehicles, new map and platooning setups.
Available exclusively in Winter Showdown mode will be mega platoons, featuring 5 players instead of 3. Winter Showdown will offer several game setups: 2 mega platoons vs. 2 mega platoons or 10 vs. 10 in random.

To complement Winter Showdown mode, Wargaming have designed three exclusive tanks: the Mammoth heavy tank, the Polar Bear Tank Destroyer, and the Arctic Fox light tank. Each of these three tanks has a clearly designed role on the battlefield: the Mammoth is a close-quarters tank; the Polar Bear is a long-range, sniper vehicle; the Arctic Fox is quick, scouting tank. To complement these vehicles, there are special Gold rounds that can be used to heal teammates.

Also designed for Winter Showdown mode is an original battle arena, and a new medal, Operation Winter, that will be given to players that perform exceptionally well in this mode.

The Winter Showdown mode has multiple start dates depending on a player’s region. For those in North America, Europe, and Asia, the start date is January 26th, 2015. For those in the Korean Republic, the start date is January 15th, 2015. [/pane]

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