Wargaming opens Unified Premium Account scheme

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By on September 1, 2013 at 10:17 am

Wargaming has opened a subscriber option which spans both of its current free-to-play titles – World of Tanks and World of Warplanes. The Unified Premium Account allows players to fork out just once to receive benefits across both games, as well as upcoming projects like World of Warships.

Signing up grants increased experience and credit accrual rate in-game for all Wargaming titles, current and future, and is part of the company’s committment to offering “unparalleled value and convenience”, according to global operations VP Andrei Yarantsau.

For more information or to sig up, log into your Wargaming account. The publisher sure is making it easy for us to like it lately; it’s recently decided to lash out on local servers.

4 comments (Leave your own)

At the moment this appears to be useless for people on the ASIA server for World of Tanks since the World of Warplanes server is linked to NA.

 

yep and the WoWP ping is horrible and laggy as hell.

Stick to warthunder for air combat or heroes and generals for ground combat.

 

I play World of Tanks pretty religiously, I adore that game, even though it frustrates me some times. The SEA servers are good, ping is quite acceptable. With hints of an Australian server coming for World of Tanks, I’ll keep grinding away and transfer my character. That M48 Patton will be mine.

World of Warplanes was, well, pretty damn disgusting. Did not enjoy my experience at all!

Very much impatient for World of Warships though.

 

kinkykel:
I play World of Tanks pretty religiously, I adore that game, even though it frustrates me some times. The SEA servers are good, ping is quite acceptable. With hints of an Australian server coming for World of Tanks, I’ll keep grinding away and transfer my character. That M48 Patton will be mine.

World of Warplanes was, well, pretty damn disgusting. Did not enjoy my experience at all!

Very much impatient for World of Warships though.

World of Warships with global health bar though like WoT or WoWP?

dunno if i want that

War Thunder with it’s module specific damage has proven to be far more effective gameplay mechanism while also being far more realistic, both at once than the global HP style that World of Tank and World of Warplanes use.

If WG keep global HP for World of Warships… well… i don’t see it going anywhere.

 
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