Not at this time, but we do plan to add support in the future.
World War Toons is playable on PlayStation Pro, but some advanced features, such as 4k and HDR, will be added at a later date.
No! A non-VR version is available in the game as well, just select ‘Play Now’ to play without a PSVR.
Yes. We believe each format has different advantages and drawbacks that allow them to be relatively evenly matched. We will monitor the results of matches played, as well as player feedback, and make adjustments as needed.
Whenever an enemy is KO’ed, they leave their weapon behind. If you approach their weapon and press the Use key (Square by default) you will change into your chosen Trooper for that class!
From the ‘Get Started’ menu, choose ‘Trooper Selection’, here you will be able to choose your default Troopers for each class on both Allied and Axis factions. You can also customize your character, and adjust your weapon mods.
Not currently. Eventually each ‘pair’ of Troopers will have their own unique ability. ‘Pairs’ of troopers are equivalent troopers of the same class on the opposite faction (for example, General Mayhem and Sturmshark are paired Officers. Nifty and Konig are paired Snipers.)
The white circle around your reticle indicates an ability can be used. While it’s recharging, the circle refills.
You can buy a crate with either coins which you earn for free playing the game or loonies, the game’s premium currency. Loonies can be purchased from the PSN Store in various packages. Like the grocery store, you get better value for your $ if you buy in bulk.
There are three tiers of crates— Private crate, Sergeant crate, and Major crate— available for purchase. There is also a special crate available for free to PS+ members—download it from the PSN store to claim your reward!
Inside the crates are Troopers, Trooper skins, weapon skins, weapon mods, tanks, tank antennae, and hats. There are approximately 300 items to collect in this set, and we are busy at work creating future item sets!
Private crate gives three items which can be any rarity from common to legendary. Sergeant costs more but gives five items, one of which is guaranteed to be rare, epic, or legendary. Major crate costs the most, but gives eight items and two guaranteed rares, epics, or legendaries. Private crate is the best value if you want to quickly get some items, but Major crate is the best value if you want to add to your collection of legendary content—so save your coins if you’re going for legendary items such as trooper skins!
In some rare cases, a crate may not immediately appear in a player's’ inventory. If this occurs, close out of the game and re-etner. It should then show in your inventory.
By default, press the Triangle button when your tank meter is full. Your tank meter is the orange bar to the right of your reticle. It will catch fire when you’re ready to use your tank.
There are three classes of tanks: Light, Medium, and Heavy. Light tanks are faster, but cannot charge their shots. In the future, we plan to add more distinctions between classes and models of tanks.
In the ‘Trooper Selection’ menu, press the ‘Loadout’ key (‘X’ by default). There you will be able to select your tank, along with other customizations.
Yes! Just click the left thumbstick and you dash forward in your tank, mowing over anyone in your way. Try it, it’s fun!
Nope, they just look cool!
You can level up your account, characters, and weapons by playing more matches. You gain XP per character and weapon proportional to how often you use them in the match.
For levelling up your account you receive coins and at certain levels you also can receive item crates. For levelling up your characters you receive coins but also unlock exclusive skins when you hit levels 10, 20, and 30. For levelling up your weapons you receive coins, but unlock different tiers of special weapon mod slots when you reach weapon levels 5, 10, 20, and 30. Please note you also need to save coins to unlock these slots, unlocking a legendary slot will be a big accomplishment for very dedicated players!
No—we want players to be encouraged to try different weapon skins, so your weapon skins will reflect the experience you’ve earned on your base weapon and further use of that weapon skin will increase xp on all skins of the same base gun. Please note though that you can specify different mods on different weapon skins, so you can give your guns different identities and use it to quickly swap between different loadouts.
Weapon mods can be obtained from crates and give your weapon and/or character small bonuses. They can be equipped by selecting the character and then selecting the weapon, and then selecting the slot you’d like to modify. Weapon mods have five different rarities—common, uncommon, rare, epic, and legendary. A common weapon mod goes in the common slot, a rare weapon mod goes in the rare slot, and so on. Our intention is to ease the introduction experience for new players facing off against other new players, but give experienced players longer term goals to customize their weapons fully with even legendary weapon mods.