assault on the global MMO scene continues this month as the development firm heads to Korea for Asia's largest gaming-related tradeshow. The folks who brought you World of Tanks
(and who will shortly be bringing you World of Warplanes
, World of Battleships
, and World of post-apocalyptic Volkswagen Beetles with chainguns mounted on their hoods) are traveling to G-Star 2011
to promote the recently released World of Tanks
Korean language pack.
The team has also launched a promotional Korean website
, and Wargaming.net seems intent on creating a large presence in the Asian gaming market for its free-to-play action MMO brands. "We've created a truly high-quality AAA title with World of Tanks
[which is] already wildly successful in Russia and in the West," said Wargaming.net CEO Victor Kislyi
via press release. "Now we are looking forward to promoting our product [in] the mature and competitive Korean market."
[Source: Wargaming.net press release]