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For fans of massive free-to-play games, online competitive multiplayer, or the holy union of vehicles and cannons, Microsoft’s E3 press conference should have got your blood pumping. The announcement of the PC juggernaut World of Tanks making its way to Xbox Live Arcade means hours of content, roaming the countryside and quaint hilltop villages, dispensing large-caliber high-velocity shells into friend and foe — all for the low, low price of free.
World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition features 15-on-15 multiplayer battles with more than 60 historically accurate American and German tanks, ranging from speedy light-armor to hulking behemoths. Set to release this summer, World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition is now accepting applications for access to the beta. This beta is exclusive to Gold members, however, anyone with a Silver account will have the opportunity to test drive the game for a seven day trial when it officially launches.
Update: We reached out for more information on when you can expect the beta to go live. Though a date has not been announced, expect to hear more soon.
@I_AmNotAMonster We haven't released a date yet, but it will be soon. We'll let everyone know as soon as we have that info!
— World of Tanks: Xbox (@WoTXbox) June 21, 2013
Check out the official announcement trailer after the jump. If you like what you see, sign up now for a chance to be part of the beta — eligibility is limited, so be sure to read the fine print to make sure you qualify.