The popular iOS and Android game World of Tanks Blitz is now listed in the Store as a universal Windows 10 app, but there is a catch. Currently, you can view the listing, description and screenshots, but you can't yet download it. That's right, some have noticed that the listing is live, but the link to download it does not work. From the listing we can see some of the big features, which include:
- Over 200 iconic vehicles from Germany, Great Britain, the United States, the USSR and Japan
- 18 unique battle arenas
- Crossplatform gameplay
- Detailed tutorials
- Ability to invite your friends to play online
- In-game achievements
- Free to play with equal access to in-game elements for paying and non-paying players
So, while we can't download it just yet, this may be a sign that its release is right around the corner. Be sure to keep an eye on the link below and let us know if you see it go live.
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