World of Tanks comes to Project Scorpio running at native 4K
World of Tanks is a free-to-play sensation enjoyed by millions of gamers on various platforms that features gameplay with a large assortment of tanks and the strategy they create.
Wargaming to support Project Scorpio
With the addition of World of Tanks, potential purchases of Project Scorpio can now add another confirmed game coming to the console. Creative Director of World of Tanks TJ Wrangler said in a recent Q&A session that developer Wargaming will support Project Scorpio, with many of its games already running at full 4K resolution.
More games to offer native 4K support for Project Scorpio
World of Tanks now joins Middle Earth: Shadow of War as another confirmed third party game for Project Scorpio. Other titles that will offer native 4K support along with 60FPS while running on Project Scorpio include The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Star Wars: Battlefront II.
World of Tanks features awesome combat vehicles
In case you haven’t played World of Tanks, this massively multiplayer online game was developed by Wargaming and features early to mid-20th-century era combat vehicles. The game is built on a freemium business model where the game is free-to-play but premium features are available at a price.
If you’re into vehicular fighting games, look no further: World of Tanks is the perfect game for you. Try it out today!
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