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World of Tanks to roll out on Xbox One

And feature cross-platform play with Xbox 360.

Free-to-play combat title World of Tanks will launch on Xbox One at some point in 2015.

The new version will allow for cross-platform play with the game's Xbox 360 edition, and will be kept updated at the same pace (thanks, IGN).

User accounts will also be shared between versions, meaning that existing 360 players will be able to carry over their account and continue where they had left off.

Xbox Live Gold members are able to download World of Tanks for free, then choose to buy additional items via in-game purchases. There's also a seven day trial for non-Gold subscribers.

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