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World of Tanks coming to PS4

World of Tanks is about to rumble onto PS4, developer Wargaming has confirmed.

Following its recent launch on Xbox One, Wargaming has confirmed that World of Tanks is coming to PS4 at some point in the near future.

The PS4 version will be a free-to-play edition, with 30-player tank battle support, 350 tanks across seven nations and five different tank classes.

This edition will also bring a slew of new features to the battle, including specific DualShock 4 functionality, support for Remote Play, Share Play and even two exclusive timed maps.

“World of Tanks for PlayStation 4 will feature custom maps, custom tanks, custom skins and more,” said Wargaming’s TJ Wagner. “PS Plus members will have access to even more exclusive content and deals. We’re also happy to announce that there will be exclusive Girls und Panzer content and themes at launch.”

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What’s more, you can play World of Tanks on PS4 for free. You don’t even need a PlayStation Plus membership to enjoy it.

However, if you do have a PlayStation Plus account then you’ll receive access to a number of exclusive benefits, including a free premium tank with exclusive camouflage, three days of Premium Account time and special discounts on other purchases.

World of Tanks is due to launch on PS4 “before the end of this year”.

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