World of Tanks developer Wargaming could get VR support if Oculus Rift hits between 5-10 million users, and the same goes for Xbox One. That’s the ultimatum laid down by company CEO Victor Kislyi, who has discussed the kind of numbers needed for a valid free-to-play proposition in today’s market.
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World of Tanks to "eventually" come to Xbox One once the console version gets a "meaningful user base"
World of Tanks is currently in beta on Xbox 360, and Wargaming CEO Victor Kislyi has said the popular tank battler may head to Xbox One “eventually”.
Although Wargaming is bringing World of Tanks to Xbox 360, it’s not at all happy about Microsoft’s strict certification policies.
World of Tanks is coming to Xbox 360 because Wargaming goes where the gamers are – and you don’t buy a console to check your email now do you?
Victor Kislyi, CEO of free-to-play giant Wargaming, has said he’s “not happy” with Xbox Live Gold subs, following the E3 announcement that World of Tanks will be coming to Xbox 360.
World of Tanks developer Wargaming is currently experimenting with the notion of free-to-play on consoles, including PS4, but CEO Victor Kislyi has stressed that you will only see the company’s games on consoles if the formats don’t hamper the free-to-play experience.
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