World of Tanks Console is proud to announce that its popular team-based tank combat rolls out on PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X/S thanks to full backwards compatibility – bringing its award-winning tank warfare into the future of gaming.

With faster load times, more stable and higher frame rates, higher resolution and better input latency – tankers will be able to vanquish their foes more clearly than ever, using the power of next-gen machines to rule the battlefield.

With over 20 million players currently on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One, as well as cross-platform gameplay in place since the summer, World of Tanks Console will be offering day one backwards compatibility for next generation consoles across the world.

This means that tankers can continue their quest for domination on Sony and Microsoft’s newest hardware, resuming their personal account journey from former console generations and retaining their well-earned achievements, or simply coming back and reviving their old account after waiting for the next generation consoles to launch.

Creative Director TJ Wagner said: “On behalf of the World of Tanks Console team, I want to say how proud I am that we are one of the first games as a service partners to announce backwards compatibility on next gen console platforms. Our success over the past 6.5 years has brought over 20 million players into our game, and we are excited to give our tankers the chance to take their steel steeds into battle on the most powerful consoles ever. We’ve loved every second of this journey, and we can’t wait to see how our players enjoy this enhanced tank battle experience!”

World of Tanks Console is available on Sony PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S from launch and continuous to entertain on all Xbox One and PlayStation 4 hardware. The next generation console version delivers the best performing World of Tanks Console experience ever.

For more information on World of Tanks Console, please visit: https://console.worldoftanks.com

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