Implementation of new and improved features to help players achieve air dominance
Wargaming today announced that a World of Warplanes patch is now live worldwide introducing a new branch of American aircraft, automatic detection of graphics settings, and improved video system for recording replays.
World of Warplanes pilots get to try out and explore the unique specifications of six new American heavy fighters: Lockheed P-38F Lightning, Lockheed P-38J Lightning, Grumman F7F Tigercat, Chance-Vought XF5U Pancake, McDonnell F2H Banshee, and Lockheed XF-90. In addition, as a direct result of player feedback, the game has been optimized to automatically detect a player’s PC graphic settings and adjust accordingly, opposed to the previous default medium graphics setting configuration.
Furthermore, the Replay feature in World of Warplanes allows players to record their battles, observe their performance, and share these videos with friends. Enhanced functionalities such as extended playback control features or detailed help screens offer tools to help pilots work towards air supremacy.