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DarkHorizonsxx #1 Posted 13 September 2019 - 10:18 PM

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With all the rage of "loot chests" being considered "gambling" by alot of governments with talks of implementing laws,how do wargames plan to handle the situation? But also are war chests even a thing? 

World of tanks forums staff are bitter and bias against anyone they dont want or like,they hold grudges even after 5 years by keeping strikes against you  and will find ways to kick you ,sadly theres too many bad people who run this game and forum , i in good faith cant recommend this game and advise new people to avoid world of tanks

 

 


ATHFjman18 #2 Posted 13 September 2019 - 11:13 PM

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War Chests are a thing. They will sell them for as long as it’s legal to do so...

BrogueOne #3 Posted 13 September 2019 - 11:23 PM

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At least for now WG has done everything “right” with the chests. The drop rates and contents, including a guarantee of equal value(regardless how much you think a X2 boost is “worth”), are all published in plain view. Yes, it’s still ultimately a game-of-chance, but they are quite clearly NOT pulling the kind of shady crap other companies did that blew them(loot boxes) up into a media storm in the first place.




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