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World of Tanks: Mercenaries is available now for PS4 and Xbox One

28 Jun 18

A new expansion called World of Tanks: Mercenaries is out now and is available for you to own on Xbox One and PS4 console.

Aside from the Xbox One and PS4 consoles, the game is also still available for you to play on Xbox 360 as well. The best part about the game is the fact that it's completely free for you to play so you can own it without spending any money. 

World of Tanks: Mercenaries adds tons of new features that was not in the original game including the likes of new vehicles, new Hero crews, new maps and also a great and explosive story campaign. 

This is not the end of content coming to the game because developer Wargaming is promising even more features will be released in the months and weeks to come. For more information about the game, you can watch the launch trailer for Mercenaries posted down below. 





 

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