SegmentNext: Enlisted interview
Enlisted aims to be an upcoming and ambitious online first-person squad shooter that recreates some of the most expansive battles from the World War 2 era.
wccftech.com: Gaijin Entertainment CEO interview
Recently, we had the chance to talk about War Thunder with CEO Anton Yudintsev, who was also happy to discuss side topics like cross-play, the Steam vs. Epic Games store war, and the imminent advent of platforms like Google Stadia and next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
The Xbox Hub: Cuisine Royale review
Cuisine Royale is a solid, enjoyable game with a wacky persona.
MMORPG.com: War Thunder 7th Anniversary Interview
Our discussion ranges from the success of War Thunder, to some of the challenges encountered along the way, plans for support, player feedback, short term and long term plans, esports prospects, economy, and never before seen exclusive images of new vehicles.
Gamereactor.eu: War Thunder 2018 Review
Over the years Gaijin has added a huge amount of depth to War Thunder, and with more being added and a ton of stuff to unlock, if you're a fan of the genre it's well worth checking out.
WCCFTECH.com: Gaijin on Implementing NVIDIA RTX via Vulkan for Enlisted
As part of our interviews with the game developers who’ve chosen to support the new NVIDIA RTX and DLSS technologies featured in the GeForce RTX 20 series, we had the chance to chat extensively with Gaijin CEO Anton Yudintsev.
RockPaperShotgun: Cuisine Royale Review
We’ve all thought it: what if we could cover our entire body in Plunkbat’s stalwart frying pan? Why should we be limited to covering just our posterior, when surely the rest of us is just as in need of protection. That’s the premise behind Darkflow Software’s April Fools’ gag, which has since been transformed into a proper game, Cuisine Royale.
PCGamer: Cuisine Royale started as a joke, but it's now a fun and currently free battle royale shooter
In fact, sound in general is very well done in Cuisine Royale. While hiding in a house at one point I heard footsteps above me. Someone was on the roof. I looked up and saw dust trickling down through the rafters as the other player scuttled around.
XboxAddict.com: War Thunder Xbox Early Access Preview
My favorite part though has to be when you land a good shot on an enemy, as a small window will pop up showing an X-Ray view of not only where it hit them, but the penetration angles inside against the crew as well. This helps you see where you hit if it ricocheted and bounced off, so that you can adjust your angle, decide to flank or change your ammo type.
TheXboxHub.com: War Thunder Xbox One Preview
Presentation overall is very nice, with incredibly detailed vehicle models that even have the entire interiors rendered so that damage can affect not only the visuals but also performance. Take hits to the wings and you’ll notice that flaps may not extend or that the engine begins to leak. It’s all very realistic and offers a great amount of immersion.
Gamereactor.eu: Italian aircraft swoop into War Thunder
Gaijin Entertainment has today announced that the Italian Air Force has closed testing in War Thunder, and now the game's sixth major nation, originally introduced in Update 1.69 Regia Aeronautica, can be unlocked by all players.
mmorpg.com: 3M Players Wreaking Havoc in PvP and PvE
Crossout went public just over a month ago on PC, PlayStation 4 and XBox One. In that time, over three million players have managed to destroy 150M vehicles in PvP and 1.5M Leviathans in PvE. Loot obtained during these battles has been used to create millions of items that can be sold on the in-game market that sees over a million transactions everyday.
mmosworld.com: Crossout Boasts 3 Million Players One Month After Launch
One month after going live from the open beta, Gaijin’s Crossout now has over three million players in total. The game is proving to be extremely popular, with numbers accounting for PC, PS4 and XBox One players.
Gamegrin.com: Crossout Hits Three Million Players in Under a Month
Gaijin Entertainment, Creator of War Thunder among other games, have recently released their latest title. There's a high chance you already know this however as Crossout has already amassed over three million players. That's pretty good for a game that was only released on the 30th of May!
Express.co.uk: New PlayStation Plus freebie REVEALED ahead of PS Plus July 2017 announcement
Fans of Crossout, which is described as a "post-apocalyptic MMO Action game", can pick up a free vehicle, a couple of weapons and more as part of the offer.
PCGamesN: Soon you’ll be able to get into the Crossout beta without paying its upfront cost
Developed by Targem Games (who have made a lot of other car combat games) and published by Gaijin Entertainment (the folks behind War Thunder), Crossout describes itself as a “post-apocalyptic MMO action game”. Lots of rusted metal, loud engines, grimy guns, and a few cars with chainsaws attached, because why not.
Gamesreactor.eu: Crossout has launched on PC, PS4 and Xbox One
Developed by Targem Games and published by Gaijin Entertainment (War Thunder), Mad Max inspired free-to-play action MMO game Crossout has now been released for PC and consoles (PS4 and Xbox One).
PlayStationLifestyle: Car Combat MMO “Crossout” Releasing on May 30
Targem Games and Gaijin Entertainment have announced that their post-apocalyptic free-to-play MMO, Crossout, is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on May 30.
PCGamesN: Italy is coming to War Thunder: air force to be added in next update, other vehicles to follow
The Italians are coming to War Thunder. Update 1.69, aka ‘Regia Aeronautica’, will add Italy as the sixth nation in the free-to-play vehicular combat MMO, and the first since its full launch late last year.
Spaziogames.it: Ora anche le Forze Armate Italiane in War Thunder
Con un comunicato ufficiale, Gaijin Entertainment ha annunciato che sono in arrivo in War Thunder anche i mezzi delle Forze Armate Italiane. Il gioco conterà quindi l'Italia come la sesta nazione giocabile, con l'aggiornamento 1.69 "Regia Aeronautica" che introduce una nuova fazione per la prima volta dall'uscita del gioco.
Histogames.com: WAR THUNDER - L'ITALIE PREND SON ENVOL COMME 6ÈME NATION JOUABLE !
HistoriaGames a été choisi par Gaijin pour vous l’annoncer, et nous sommes fiers d’être les premiers (en même temps avec le site officiel de War Thunder) à vous partager la nouvelle pour la France : l’Italie fait son apparition dans War Thunder comme sixième nation jouable à part entière !
VRFocus: Modern Warfare Comes To War Thunder
Gaijin Entertainment has rolled out new updates for its virtual reality (VR) compatible war fighting MMO War Thunder. For the first time, players will be able to use modern machines of war.
FPSPrestige: New Tactical Space FPS Xenos vs Marines
New tactical space FPS Xenos vs Marines has been announced by Gaijin Entertainment and Darkflow Software. It puts you as futuristic Colonial Force Space Marines, who are exploring and invading the universe. But when you’re trying to sieze new planets, you’re going to come up against diverse breeds of aliens, environmental haazards and anomalies.
PcGamesN: Star Conflict gets Oculus Rift support, chucking your eyeballs into space
Star Conflict, the free-to-play space combat MMO, just got a big update. If you’ve already got your hands on an Oculus Rift, you’ll be able to flit around the stars, getting in high speed chases, all without the distractions of the real world.
droidgamers.com: Upgrade your fleet of starfighters for real-time combat in Star Combat Heroes
Released by Gaijin Distribution, Star Conflict Heroes is a new combat and fleet management sim that’s now available on Android. In this game, players will assume the role of captain of a ship named the Scotland, that hunts for salvage after a battle is completed.
Androidcommunty.com: Star Conflict Heroes now available for Android devices
After a massive battle in space involving various spaceships and heroes and villains, who cleans up the mess? Well when it comes to space adventure games, we never really think about that since our only objective is to win that battle. But a new game that is finally available for Android devices shows a bit of the “salvage” part and also the fighting that still happens after the battle is over.
GamingRespawn: War Thunder Review
War Thunder is excellent once you jump into a battle, and all the vehicles and weapons sound meticulously realistic. Air combat is vastly superior to ground combat, and it really is a thrill to fly around in battle.
BigBossBattle: War Thunder Is Officially Released
Happy days for Gaijin Entertainment as they have announced that their release version 1.65, “Way of the Samurai” marks the official release of War Thunder.
Merlininkazani: War Thunder release version review
War Thunder is one of the most successful productions of today's highly popular wargames. If you are patient and you are interested in World War II and the Korean War, you should definitely give War Thunder a chance.
RockPaperShotgun: War Thunder leaves open beta, officially released
Back when simulated man Tim Stone declared War Thunder one of the best sims, it wasn’t even out of beta. Now, after four years in open beta, Gaijin Entertainment have declared their free-to-play aeroplane-a-tank battler is… well, not done, but officially ‘released’ and out of beta. War Thunder is still missing several long-planned features, like proper shipfights, but they are coming.
AreaMMO: War Thunder Review Updated For Release
Independent of whether you are a rookie to the genre or have spent your youth piloting F-15 fighter jets, give War Thunder a try: It will be fun!
LoadTheGame: ‘Complete’ War Thunder Exits Open Beta
It’s been a long road, but titanic combat simulator War Thunder finally moved out of open beta and into real game territory Wednesday.
gameranx: War Thunder Is Finally Out on PS4
Developer Gaijin Entertainment’s War Thunder has been in beta for several years, and now it’s finally time for the game’s full release.
Millenium: Update 1.65 ends War Thunder Open Beta
The Land of the Rising Sun is the heart of Gaijin Entertainment's newest Update 1.65 for War Thunder, which is one of the most important since the release of Ground Forces.
PCInvasion: War Thunder leaves beta and is now fully released
Gaijin’s War Thunder has been in beta for ages, since 2012 in fact, but today it has finally made the leap to a full release. Update 1.65, ‘Way of the Samuai’, marks the game’s exit from beta now that all nations have their own aircraft and tank trees.
Twinfinite: War Thunder Officially Releases Today
War Thunder is finally out of beta with the release of update 1.65 which adds new locations and game mechanics, Gaijin Entertainment announced today.
mygaming.co.za: WWII shooter Enlisted announced
World War II shooters have been missing in recent years from the gaming landscape – and we miss them. The good news is that Gaijin Entertainment, the developer and publisher of WWII air combat game War Thunder, has announced Enlisted, a new WWII shooter currently in development for PC.
ActuGaming.net: New MMO Shooter Enlisted set in World War II, video reveals
Enlisted will use Gaijin Entertainment's Dagor Engine, which will offer destructible scenery in addition to huge battlefields.
JeuxVideo: WW2 MMO Enlisted announced
Presented as a multiplayer FPS located in the heart of World War II, Enlisted will allow "a hundred fighters" to compete on the battlefields.
VG247: War Thunder publisher is making a WW2 shooter MMO
Enlisted was born from the studio’s desire to create a WW2 shooter in which battles have objective similar to what soldiers had in the war, and not simply small skirmishes against a historical backdrop.
PC Gamer: Enlisted - New WW2 shooter promises 100-player battles that are not "sports-like"
Enlisted's big hook is that its campaigns are meant to recreate actual battles, rather than "sports-like competitions," with multiple phases, unequal conditions, and differing goals.
HistoriaGames: interview with developers of War Thunder
This is a rare opportunity to ask any questions that we want the developer to his favorite game.HistoriaGames therefore wishes above all to thank Gaijin Entertainment for the opportunity that was offered to us to conduct this interview with their development studio. Several members of our team spend many hours of game War Thunder and this is a good opportunity to ask questions that concern our community and our readers.
Crossout gets its first award
Crossout has been recognized as the best of E3 2015 getting Most Innovative Game Award from MMORPG.com
War Thunder studio preps vehicle combat MMO Crossout
Gaijin Entertainment, the Russian developer best known for PC and PS4 free-to-play MMO War Thunder, has revealed its next project. Crossout is another F2P MMO, this time set in a post-apocalyptic world where people do battle in customised death wagons.
War Thunder dev announces 'Motorstorm meets Mad Max: Fury Road' MMO Crossout
War Thunder creator Gaijin Entertainment and Targem Games will release a team-based multiplayer vehicle combat game set in a post-apocalyptic world Crossout, both devs announced today.
War Thunder devs announce post-apocalyptic vehicle combat MMO
War Thunder developer Gaijin Entertainment has announced that they're co-making—alongside Targem Games—a new post-apocalyptic vehicle combat MMO. It's called Crossout, and it's about building, upgrading and customising spike-laden, armoured vehicles, and then using them to battle other players.
Mad Max-Style Post-Apocalyptic Vehicular Combat PC MMO Revealed
Enter the Rift: Interview with Anton Yudintsev
Anton Yudintsev talked to Enter the Rift about virtual reality technologies and game development for VR at Game Connection 2014
Eclypsia: Interview with War Thunder team at Paris Games Week
Cockpits, tanks and flags! Everything was set up on the stand of Gaijin Entertainment at Paris Games Week to present War Thunder. At Game Connection we had a chance to meet Alexander Trifonov, head of media relations, who answered all our questions about the game.
Reaxxion: Does Gaijin’s War Thunder Represent The True Rise Of Indie Gaming?
I usually stick to the larger game publishers and generally view indie game developers as suspicious wasters of my very precious time. As a massive fan of World War 2 simulation games though, my interest was piqued and I downloaded what turned out to be a real free-to-play gem.