The screenshots can be cyclically scrolled, giving you full immersion impression. They demonstrate the capability of Massive Assault's 3D engine and give an idea of what sort of global conflicts you can experience in the game.
"These panoramas are gorgeous," says Ivan Dribas, Wargaming.net's Art Director. "You feel like at the very heart of a huge battle, spinning your head 360 degrees, watching air strike on the left flank, then passing on to the center where battleship fire duel is taking place, then resting your sight on the reserve troops concentrating behind the ridge and finally spotting the enemy fleet approaching from the rear."
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"I've been in the gaming industry for years," says Victor Kislyi, the President of Wargaming.net. "And I daresay I haven't seen any screens like this - you should see them."