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Wargaming.net has released a new video for World of Tanks that shows off the improvements that are being made to its physics engine.

The engine is being upgraded to allow for dynamic movement of tank parts, the loss of these parts during combat, and wheels that move naturally over terrain. Building destruction is also getting an overhaul. No longer will destroyed buildings simply be replaced by a new model, destruction will now happen in real time. Players will be able to destroy parts of buildings, blow them up completely, or simply drive into them to make them collapse.

Server-side destruction is currently in testing and the developer will provide more information on when this engine upgrade will be implemented at a later date.

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World of Tanks improved physics engine shown off in new video

By Matthew Bennett | 03/6/2014 08:30 AM PT

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Wargaming.net has released a new video for World of Tanks that shows off the improvements that are being made to its physics engine.

The engine is being upgraded to allow for dynamic movement of tank parts, the loss of these parts during combat, and wheels that move naturally over terrain. Building destruction is also getting an overhaul. No longer will destroyed buildings simply be replaced by a new model, destruction will now happen in real time. Players will be able to destroy parts of buildings, blow them up completely, or simply drive into them to make them collapse.

Server-side destruction is currently in testing and the developer will provide more information on when this engine upgrade will be implemented at a later date.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89