Tank Company, a 15v15 full-fledged tank fighting game, was just announced by NetEase, the prominent game developer behind games like Marvel Super War, Super Mecha Champions, Life After, and other mobile games. The developer company has also published a website for the next MMO game( Massively Multiplayer Online), which will begin Open Beta testing on the 4th of August in a few countries. For now, players can acquire two tanks as a reward for participating in the open beta: the KV-1 Pioneer and the ASU-85.
Here is the official trailer for the game:
What is the game about?
The game has five various types of military vehicles, including tanks that are modeled on real-life tanks used during WWII and huge dangerous machines that may be found on large landscapes. It features excellent graphics, particularly on higher settings, as well as a variety of intriguing gameplay concepts.
Players in Finland, Sweden, and Belarus can currently try out the game exclusively on Android devices. They can download it from the Google Play Store. The game also needs more than 6 GB of available storage to be able to play the game.
Requirements to play the game in Open Beta:
These are the requirements for Open Beta testing:
- Android 7.0 or higher
- Qualcomm 660 and above (Processor)
- Kirin 960 and above (Processor) (GPU)
- ARM 64 system
- 4 GB RAM
Here’s the beta test video by Tank Company:
The EU server and the CIS server are the two servers that are currently available. Profile data cannot be exchanged between the two yet, and the open beta has yet to conclude. Participants will be notified seven days before it does. Because the game is free with in-app purchases, if a player’s account is canceled, their purchases will be refunded.
In some areas, the game is currently in open beta. If you are unable to participate in the open beta because you do not live in one of the three regions listed, you can pre-register on their website. You just need to provide your nation, device OS, and email address. The game appears to be rather promising and fun to play with. While no release date has been set, since it has entered open beta suggests that it will be released soon.
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