With many PC and Xbox 360 gamers already playing and extremely enjoying Wargaming's World of Tanks, it only make sense that it would follow to Xbox One.

Wargaming had a pretty easy transition to the Xbox One since the game was already out for Xbox 360. It seems that the game received the kind of playership that Wargaming was looking for since it is proceeding on to the Xbox One version. IGN reports that the battle server that was already set up for the Xbox 360 version of the game will also house the Xbox One iteration. The perks of this, of course, being cross-platform play between the two consoles that would enable players of both generations to battle each other. The two systems will also share content updates as well as community members.

World of Tanks is a free-to-play multiplayer game that has players driving World War II-era armored vehicles against other players online in tactical battles. There are an array of different maps that the game features to make the battles even more epic. The game is free-to-play for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, but it does have in-game purchases for those who choose to pay up. You will also be able to carry over your accounts and progress from your Xbox 360 version of the game if you do decide to get the Xbox One version.

World of Tanks is expected out later this year on Xbox One, but only time will tell if this current-gen version will find the same success as its Xbox 360 counterpart.