War Thunder joins OnLive’s CloudLift service

7 May 2014  by   Tim McDonald
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World War 2 aerial MMO War Thunder is now available on mobile devices via OnLive’s CloudLift service.

OnLive is a cloud gaming service, letting you play games via streaming so that you don’t need the hardware to actually run them on your own computer. CloudLift is a subscription service that syncs with your Steam library and lets you stream games you own, from OnLive. What does this mean? It means that you can play War Thunder on a variety of Android mobiles, tablets, laptops, and TVs. That said, you’ll need a Bluetooth game controller if you want to actually hop into your plane on a mobile device.

For more on CloudLift and OnLive, check out the official website here; you can sign up for $7.95 a month. If you want to try out War Thunder, then you can sign up for that over here.

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