The new game engine Core, developed by Wargaming entirely in its own resources, is the most important and most anticipated part of the 1.0 update to the game this year. But if you are too impatient to wait for the update to happen, or are wondering how the game will look in the future, you can curiously visit http://wotencore.net/.
Is your computer ready for a new version of the World of Tanks?
You can click on the link above to find out how this program, named enCore, will set up your computer and show how your computer will perform against graphics that will be completely renewed with the 1.0 update. It is very simple to use and you only need to set one of three predefined settings to configure the resolution and anti-aliasing settings as you like and start the test. This three-minute test will give you a visual feast with great graphics coming with the 1.0 update, while recording the performance your computer will exhibit in these graphical features. At the end of the test, your computer’s performance on selected graphics settings will be displayed as “low”, “medium” or “high”.
The Core graphics engine, which has been developed for 4 years, was produced entirely by Wargaming. The game will start to use the new graphics engine with 1.0 update and present the latest graphics processing technologies to its players. With the transition to Core engine, performance enhancements and optimizations such as PBR, post-processing effects, enhanced lighting, particle effects, and the like will launch a new era for the PC version of the World of Tanks.
Of course the update does not forget the existing players of the game. While the new graphics engine was being developed, players were now able to play the game smoothly with the configurations they were playing, aimed at seeing performance increases. If you are wondering how the World of Tanks 1.0 update will work on your computer, try http://wotencore.net/ and try enCore.