One of the most impressive things at E3 was watching a whole swathe of folks playing World of Warplanes. Now, the game looks pretty sweet - and we just never quite had enough time to line up for it - but what really got us was watching people fly around using all manner of control schemes.
That's what the latest World of Warplanes dev diary is all about, and it looks like the Wargaming folks have covered all bases. Whether you want to control your Spitfires and ME109s with a keyboard, keyboard and mouse, a control pad, or a joystick, they've got you covered.
So check it out, chaps! Wheels up!
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