Free-to-play title will be available in a boxed copy this August.
BY: EVAN CAMPBELL
JULY 4, 2014
World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition is coming to retailers in a special starter pack on August 12 in North and South America and August 29 in Europe.
Wargaming is working with Microsoft to bring the free-to-play title to stores, with the Combat Ready Starter Pack of World of Tanks costing $20 USD and £16. Along with the chance to take the legendary Panzer 38H Tier II German light tank for a spin, the World of Tanks retail bundle features three days of premium account time, 200,000 of in-game silver, 1,500 gold, and a 30-day voucher for Xbox Live Gold.
IGN loved the pick-up-and-play accessibility of World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition, even though the free-to-play console game is missing some features from the PC version. For more on the Wargaming title, be sure to check out IGN's wiki.
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