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Wargaming and Carlton Books are pleased to announce World of Tanks Commander’s Guide. World of Tanks, the hugely popular multiplayer online game dedicated to armoured vehicle battles, has over 100m registered users and is available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, (PS4 coming soon) and mobile devices. Now players and fans can get expert playing (and winning) advice from the makers of the game with this first fully authorised book.
Inside the book is everything you need to know about World of Tanks, from simple battle tips and upgrading advice to advanced tactics and combat styles that will give you an added edge. It includes useful information and tips for all players: a step-by-step guide for those new to the game; how to refine your playing style in the mid-tiers; platoon fighting; and tips for increasing your damage-dealing and credit-earning as a more experienced player.
The book is also an excellent source of reference for military enthusiasts, as it takes a historical look at many of the real tanks behind those featured in the game, with photographs and information from The Tank Museum in Bovington, whose experts have helped shape the game.
David Willey, Curator of The Tank Museum says: “I have met soldiers who play regularly, staff who didn’t think they’d like it but are now hooked, and children whose knowledge about the vehicles gained from the game is now astounding.”
Carlton Books and Wargaming.net have teamed up with GAME Retail Ltd to offer the first 1,000 customers who purchase the book (in one of their stores throughout the UK and NI or online at www.game.co.uk) an exclusive Tank Commander DLC Pack for the PC. The pack contains an American RAM 11 Premium Tank, 30 consumables (10 x large repair kits, 10 x automatic fire extinguishers and 10 x large first aid kits), as well as 3 days of Premium account.
The next step to becoming a great tank commander is within your grasp – total domination of the battlefield awaits!
About the author
Tom Hatfield is a video games journalist who has written for many newspapers and magazines, including PC Gamer, GameSpy and The Guardian. He lives in Bristol.