Heavy Fighters have been introduced today by Wargaming.net to its highly anticipated flight combat MMO, World of Warplanes. They're currently represented in the German line of warbirds, though other nations' rosters will receive them in the future. So far models include the Fw.57, Bf.110, Me.410, and Me.P.1102.
World of Warplanes is Wargaming.net's follow-up to their incredibly popular MMO, World of Tanks, which features massive PvP battles where players take to their World War II era tanks rather than a traditional fantasy-style MMO setting.
In World of Warplanes, players will participate in a massively multiplayer flight combat action game set in the Golden Age of military aviation. The armored warfare theme previously seen in World of Tanks is continued, but escalated to a new level with full-scale in-game virtual pilot careers spanning from 1930's biplanes to Korean War jet fighters.
For more information on the game, which is currently in its global alpha, visit http://worldofwarplanes.com/!