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World of Tanks coming to Xbox One this year

Wargaming has announced that World of Tanks is coming to Xbox One sometime this year.
 
The free-to-play tank combat game, World of Tanks, is coming to Xbox One at some point this year.
 
World of Tanks originally launched on PC back in 2011 and arrived for Xbox 360 in February 2014.
 
Now, Xbox One gamers can expect the game to launch on Microsoft’s latest console later this year.
 
Related: Upcoming Xbox One Games 2015

According to developer Wargaming, a battle server will enable cross-platform play for World of Tanks between the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
 
That means players will be able to battle each other regardless of what Xbox console they’re currently using.
 
Both console will also get full access to content updates and community members.
 
World of Tanks is a free download for Xbox Live Gold members, but there are additional in-game purchase options available.
 
Anyone who chooses to upgrade to the Xbox One version will be able to carry over all account details and in-game progress.
 
If you’re not an Xbox Live Gold member, there is a 7-day free trial to take advantage of too.
 

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