World of Warships for PS4 and Xbox One Isn’t in The Works Right Now, But it Could Come in the Future

on September 19, 2015 4:57 PM

Wargaming just announced World of Tanks for PS4, and has been running it successfully for Xbox 360 and box One for a while, but what about the newly released (and definitely very enjoyable) World of Warships, could it come to consoles?

World of Warships Director of Global Operations Ivan Moroz told DualShockers at Tokyo Game Show that he can’t talk about any real plans about console versions yet, as at the moment they’re working on making the PC version as successful as possible, but as far as Wargaming can see, it’s an obvious choice to expand the game to other platforms, and that’s something in the “imminent future for every successful title.”

CEO Victor Kislyi also gave us more insight about the issue, mentioning that the answer is “never say never,” but right now they’re not working on World of Warships for consoles. All of Wargaming games are very big and expensive projects, which take a lot of time.

Of course, they would like to have “everything available on every platform yesterday,” but realistically it takes time, a good team and millions of dollars in investment.

Yet, Kislyi continued, looking at what they have now and what they had one or two years ago, they keep progressing, but it takes time to do new things.

 /  Executive News Editor
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