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As it introduces a new line of tanks and a new reality. As in some sort of war-zone where mercenary groups create new machines of war from scavenged parts from various nations, as civilian and soldier groups fight for themselves. To accommodate this new cinematic direction, a new Mercenaries Nation is coming with its own tech tree and five available tanks at launch.

So big is the change that come June 26 the name of the game becomes World of Tanks: Mercenaries on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.



Plus, it also means a brand new story campaign. Which sounds awesome.

Players will be introduced to the alternate reality of World of Tanks: Mercenaries through a thrilling new PvE story campaign: The Heist. An action-packed tale of espionage, nuclear tensions, and adrenaline-fueled tank battles, this adventure follows a motley crew of Mercenaries contracted to set up, execute, and escape from a raid on a secret facility. Their mission is to steal nuclear material for a client who harbours his own atomic ambitions, but the crew soon find themselves at the mercy of the combined powers of the United States and the Soviet Union. Players can tackle this story alone (like a true Mercenary), or band together with a friend for co-operative online multiplayer action.


On the PC front World of Tanks recently became World of Tanks 1.0 thanks to a major visual overhaul. Check out our review.



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