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World of Warplanes accepting global alpha signups

Jef Reahard

We first heard tell of's World of Warplanes way back in the summer of 2011. Since then, the company has pumped out quite a few screenshots, several interviews, and press releases regarding its aviation-themed follow-up to World of Tanks.

The game is still in testing as of today, and is kicking off what it calls a global alpha designed to bring in new testers from North America, Europe, and Russia. Each region has its own website and alpha sign-up process, so head to your respective portal right away if you're itching to be a test pilot.

The current client offers access to 20-plus aircraft and two battle arenas; says that "the amount of content will be growing steadily" as the test phases progress.

[Source: press release]

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