Check out some of my stats for the game World of Tanks, presented in a really cool way:
World of Tanks 2019 Battle Journal
Like every xmas, wargaming are releasing a bunch of codes that gives you some in-game stuff. I have no idea how long these are valid, but I redeemed all of them just now (22.12.19 17:30 CET).
Go to this address and enter each code: https://eu.wargaming.net/shop/redeem/
I got a couple of nice achievements in Pokémon Go about a week ago. Forgot to post them here. I still play this game after all these years, but I’m not raiding (much) or anything… keeping it casual.
Max level is 40 so only 4 to go.
Yes! Finally! Two new races has been announced coming with the Visions of N’zoth content patch.
News article from Blizzard
World of Tanks has a special even nowadays (like they often have), and they’ve added a couple of small games. One is an arcade type of game, and then there’s this Game & Watch type of game: Quartermaster.
It’s pretty fun really, and it brings back memories to when I played some of these old handhelds (Pac-Man was a favorite).
In this recorded game I managed to get the maximum points (170) in one game, which gives an amount of tickets I can spend on crafting Dog Tags for the event.
This cinematic concludes The Fourth War in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.
Note that it has some serious spoilers if you haven’t seen it yet!
I haven’t played for the full 15 years, but I’ve been on and off since 2007. 🙂 Pretty crazy to think that this game is 15 years old nowadays though.
Here’s a nice little tune to help celebrate!
The classic version of WoW will be released soon (August 27th I believe it is), and yesterday we could finally pick 3 character names each.
This is what the queue looked like (~7100) to log into the game, not even 15 minutes after they made it available:
Two minutes earlier the queue was over 10k – and approx. 45 minutes estimated time to log in. Since people were only creating characters they weren’t logged on for that long I guess, so the queues went down quickly. 🙂
The Steam Summer Sale 2019 has just finished, and as a part of the whole thing there was a race you could join. Getting achievements and buying stuff got you points which you could use to boost your team.
The whole race-bit was very buggy, so I didn’t get to do much. At the end of the race, however, I got all the points I thought I’d never get – and got to use them on some nice backgrounds, chat icons, and I even got a nice discount on a game or two because of it.
Team Corgi finished 1st, Tortoise on 2nd, and Hare on 3rd. I was on the Corgi team. 😀
Heritage sets have been around for a while in World of Warcraft, but for the gnome race it was introduced in v8.2, which was released a few days ago.
I decided to just get the set asap since I like it so much, and here it is:
Finally the new expansion for Elder Scrolls Online is out. I’m still working on some old content so I won’t get to Elsweyr just yet, but I just got one map left and then I’m ready for the Season of the Dragons.