World of Tanks Blitz
Developer: WARGAMING Group Limited
Current Version: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Download Size: 1.8 GB - Download
World of Tanks Blitz has arrived on OS X! The free-to-play online smash hit, with over 40 million downloads, brings quick-fire tank combat to Mac. Choose from over 200 legendary armored vehicles and test your wits in action-packed 7-vs-7 PvP combat. Download World of Tanks Blitz and start battling with players around the world now!
“Frantic tank-based fun.” — AppSpy
“A lot of tanks, a lot of people and a lot of fun.” — IGN
Note: With separate queues for PC/Mac and mobile/tablet, players will always find the right battlefield.
• Over 200 iconic WW2 vehicles from nations across the world
• 18 unique battle arenas
• Strategic 7-vs-7 online multiplayer
• Free-to-win: equal access to in-game elements for everyone
• Deep progression system: 10 tiers of tanks to unlock and explore
• Innovative crew upgrades to enhance your tank and refine your gaming style
• Constant updates and graphical enhancements; optimization for various devices
• In-game chat and Clan chat functionality
• Battle Missions that open up new, personalized challenges and let players earn bonuses and achievements
• Clan functionality allowing players to unite in their pursuit of victory and invite their friends to play online
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WoT Blitz updates are here!
In version 3.6, you will see: a new nation, more items in the Storage, an exciting in-game event, fresh camouflages, and an opportunity to increase the profitability of your vehicles!
•The long-awaited French—10 vehicles (AMX 50 B branch) and provisions
•Lost Division—a special in-game event involving containers (new Storage items)
•New looks—themed camouflages dedicated to the iOS and Android platforms, camouflages for French vehicles, and 4 legendary war paints for 4 Tier X tanks
•Enrichment—an opportunity to earn more credits in each battle
Most Helpful Reviews
Really good - This game is top notch all the way. The physics seem real and the scenery is very well done. For anyone who likes war games, this could be a must-have. The only negative I find is that at some point you have to spend some money to continue the game. In the game you use sliver coins to replenish your tank’s supplies, repair damage to it and buy more ammunition. You earn those silver coins by winning battles and inflicting (a lot of) damage to enemy tanks. But unless you’re a premium member it’s very difficult to earn silver coins. Premium members earn silver coins and experience points at 1.5 times that of a regular membership. Without that boost, unless you’re a super warrior, you’re likely to lose coins after each battle until you don’t have enough left to buy more ammunition. To get the premium membership, or a stock of silver coins, you must use gold coins. Those you can either buy for cash or possibly win for completing a mission. I’ve been playing for a few months and haven’t had a mission assignment yet where I could earn gold coins (and they probably wouldn’t be in large amounts anyway). So you’ll have to spend some real money to buy the coins. I don’t begrudge the company this, they have put together a fantastic game and spent a lot of time on it - and continue to, but be aware that you likely won’t coast through the game without at some point anteing up some cash.
One star for this update. No more chat - This update disabled between team chat, and removed ability to post messages if your tank is destroyed. Reasoning behind it to prevent rude comments. This is a fighting game, you are playing with people, communication was essential part of the battle, it added human element. You could say hello to your clanmates on opposing team, win or lose, acknowledge a good game to your team or oppoonnents, encorage your teammates who are still in the game. Yes, there were rude comments, many were funny. If rude comments were directed towards me, I either deserved them, or I did not. When I did, I said, yes, my bad. If I did not, I used words to reply. And when I started, I learned a lot from these comments, because players do not just insult, in many cases they help with advice. Attempt to pacifying the game did not make it better, now the battles are boring, have a feel like you are playing against robots. Hope future updates re-enable the chat.
More Reviews for Current Version
Good Game overall - This game is abosolutly amazing on all devices (except iPad 2, iPhone 4S or lower) and has amazing graphics everywhere. This game has been a lot more kid friendly or “new player” friendly because the new chat restrictions don’t allow to talk to your team unless you are sill alive (But has bad sides to this as well like not communicating when dead). Controls are easy to learn, game shows you what to do, Youtube videos help even more, the forums, and support will all help new or expert players. If you dislike combact, have internet issues, or just aren’t a gamer in general, you might not like this game, otherwise, WarGaming had made an amazing game. (PS: I dunno why you would still have an iPad 2 or an iPhone 4s)
No chat = No love - I hate this update.
Excellent game - Lots of challenging battles. You don’t have to buy anything … and you’ll still get to have a lot of fun.
Hey Wargaming, lots of bugs, glitches and slugishness. - Also this game is not immune to a somewhat arbitrary, unassailable level system that makes it difficult for all but the consistently excellent players to move up. The bugs and such make this game pretty unplayable in the long term. I cannot recommend this yet.
This update is really bad - The severe crippling of in-game chat really takes away from the fun of playing. Sure, the language could be salty, but being able to communicate with the enemy, and with team-mates after you’ve died, are two things I really miss. I truly hope they restore the chat in the next update.