Wargaming Game Center V. 0.13.2

Hello,

The Wargaming Game Center has been updated and the most recent version is available for download.

I posted this before on the old RSR but to refresh memory this is how it looks like:

General:

  • You can install and import every server without hassle;
  • Games installation folders can be changed from suggested default name;
  • In Settings, you can select Language, Automatic Updates and Seeding;
  • Ability to add games that are not yet available for public access
  • Besides news, videos can be viewed inside the Game Center.

On this latest patch, v.0.13.2:

  • Launch Game in Safe mode (without game mods) added.
  • Launch game with reset graphics setting to default added.
  • Download/upload speed limitations added
  • Significantly improved WGC UI
  • DirectX for new games installation added
  • WGC auto-run with operation system added
  • Improved integrity check mechanismsrsr
  • Turn on/off private p2p during download added

 

Wargaming Game Center V. 0.13.2

Viktor Kislyi NA Q&A

Hello,

recently Viktor K. visited the NA office and gave an long interview where he talks about E-sports, video bloggers, extravagant parties, VR, among other subjects:

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What’s been on your mind lately?

Victor Kislyi: We live in interesting times. You’d think the rise of League of Legends, Clash of Clans, World of Tanks would be a time of change. Now we have change happening literally every day, though. Before, every couple of years, E3 or GDC would be like a rubber stamp. Nothing was happening apart from a couple of big traditional game announcements — a new Call of Duty. Today you go from booth to booth and see VR, AR, Kamcord, new business models, mobile killing it.

A lot of the things we have today will be irrelevant tomorrow. The biggest thing happening now in media is video bloggers. Kids and teenagers with no professional education in TV just sit in their flats and talk and play games. They have hundreds of thousands or millions of followers, and those followers follow what they say. You have to figure out what to do with that.

 

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