Unlock Masters of Orion single-player by playing World of Tanks

World of Tanks is giving players the chance to unlock and play the full, single-player mode of Masters of Orion. The 4X strategy game will be unlocked and downloadable with all races and single-player content by simply play any battle mission in World of Tanks Random Battles.

Once a battle has been completed, players will be able to download Masters of Orion via the Wargaming.net Game Centre app and players will also receive special Masters of Orion customisations for their World of Tanks vehicles.

Max Chuvalov, Publishing Director of World of Tanks said, “We are excited to give our commanders the chance to take their conquest spaceward, using their tactical skillsets in another atmosphere – for free!”

Masters of Orion

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Downloading the single-player campaign will give players the chance to experiment and research over 75 technologies in addition to exploring galaxies and up to 100 solar systems. Players will also be able to modify their ships and access the Revenge of Antares DLC and more.

Chuvalov added;

For both old players and new, the Master of Orion universe is a boundless and exciting strategy game that will give adventurers the chance to explore the final frontier from their front room. Make sure you jump into World of Tanks right away to download this amazing content!

The original Masters of Orion dev team were involved in the development of this game and it retains the original’s focus on interstellar warfare and exploration.

This special offer is only downloadable from Wargaming.net Game Centre. For more info, head to the official website.

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