Okay, I'm on a pretty crappy wireless connection here, and video playback is less than ideal. But I have to say, even though it's light on actual gameplay, the new World of Battleships trailer is pretty damn neat.
And just as neat is the news that Wargaming.net is going to launch a new, unified gaming service that links together all through of its World of properties. With one account, you'll be able to play all three games, share Gold and XP, and manage clans across each of the games all from the Wargaming.net address.
Stay tuned over the next few days for news from the Wargaming.net booth at E3 - I bet they've got all kinds of toys there!
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