The Stream Team: Happy sixth birthday, World of Tanks!

For six years, tank enthusiasts have been blowing each other to bits in World of Tanks. And on the game’s birthday today, Massively OP’s MJ is jumping back into the fight to do just that! It’s been a while since she’s driven one of these lumbering death machines, and she’s looking forward to shelling a few enemies. Join us live at 7:00 p.m. to wish this WWII-inspired game a happy anniversary.

What: World of Tanks
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 7:00 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

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Melissa McDonald

Awesome! Love this game. I’ve had a lot of fun playing it. The things that people say about Blizzard games, and why they think their games are a cut above and fun to play, I would say is definitely true about WoT. Great graphics, historical accuracy, but above all the game is FUN first and a combat sim second. It’s not tedious, technical, or anything a retired tanker from the Army would relish per se. It’s just a great fun video game that’s endlessly replayable. As far as I know this is the only PvP game that I truly enjoy and play. I bristle when I hear the old tired complaints about “gold ammo” and stuff like that, I have always played for free. Last year I did pend a little real $ to add camo and insignia on my most iconic tanks. So my Tiger 1 says “Mephisto” and “Gretchen” on it. My prize, Tiger 2, says “Ragnarok” on it. My T-34 has an awesome Cyrillic text, my iconic Sherman M4 says “The Flying Scot” on the side, which of course I dig. I prefer the tanks that saw real action in WW2, so I have not aspired to get the blueprint, prototype, or post-1945 models.

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