Faithful to the best traditions of the series, World of Warships will offer a simple interface, easy-to-use controls and a common economy system that will allow players to divide resources among the three games for ultimate progression in all of them.
The large assortment of warships available will provide various tactical opportunities, as all machines have a unique combination of firepower, speed, armor, and stamina. Various naval maps with changing weather conditions will enrich the gameplay, and the realistic graphics will transport players to the epic battles that have changed the course of human history.
You’ll move through the levels of ships trying out various Legendary vehicles in the process and training your commanders to best suit the weapon sets and hull characteristics available. Choose from two types of shells, launch torpedoes and outwit your opponents. If you enjoy brute force, there are several ships that will suit your interests as well, whether they are destroyers that can stealthily approach enemies or battleships with high-risk / high-reward salvos, which take a long time to complete. reload, but wreak havoc if properly targeted. Cruisers are jack-of-all-trades that will be appreciated by players looking for a happy medium.
When it comes to nations, World of Warships currently has 10 represented in the game. The main ones are: Japan, United States, USSR, Germany, Great Britain and France. Selected vehicles are also available for the Pan-Asian, Polish, Italian and Commonwealth navies. The number of ships in the game keeps growing and you should be able to find something that suits your playstyle quite easily.
World of Warships: Legends Just released its Update 3.7 which brings back popular Halloween events and welcomes Soviet Cruisers into Early Access. To top it off, the Element of Choice campaign marks the very first chance to get not one, but two ships as a final reward. Tier VII premium destroyers, Pan-European Friesland, and – another pioneer, the first Pan-Asian ship Loyang await players upon completion of 100 milestones spread over five weeks. With the support of the Admiralty, players can choose one of these ships as a reward after completing the campaign, with the second available for duplicates.
From Saving Transylvania to A Light in the Dark
This year’s Halloween event is in two parts. The first part, from October 4 to 17, brings back Saving Transylvania. Players will face off against the cunning Rasputin and his fearsome minions to guide Transylvania through the portal. The second part, A Light in the Dark, also revolves around Transylvania, but this time it’s about closing the portal once and for all. Among the prizes, players can expect premium ships, the British battleship Bellerophon at rank III and the Italian cruiser Genova at rank IV, themed commanders, crates, camos and more in-game items.
Soviet cruisers in early access
The Red Navy once again strengthens its ranks. Tier IV Kotovsky, Tier V Gorky, and Tier VI Tallinn cruisers come with special missions, one for each, with the branch ready to be researched in the next update with Tier VII Riga to top it off.
Finally, update 3.7 brings significant improvements in terms of balance and quality of life, such as:
- New audio system with distinguished sounds for different calibers of firearms and engine models being the greatest features
- Ship loading overview for unobtained ships (including Desktop and Premium ships)
- New mission tab
- Nervous Aircraft Carrier: Conceal ranges have been reduced and the Dark Silhouette skill has been reduced
For the full Patch 3.7 patch notes, please click here
There are 7 ship levels in total and you start at level I with cruisers from the late 19th to early 20th century. Vehicle levels can be separated into two distinct timelines – levels I-IV belong to the “dreadnought era”, while everything from level V and above includes ships from WWII. After playing several battles with them and familiarizing yourself with the basic controls and mechanics, you will move on to Tier II cruisers, which are faster, better armed, more robust and have a choice of weaponry (HE shells or armor-piercing shells). ). . From there, you’ll be able to branch out into destroyers which are all focused on stealth and high-risk, high-reward gameplay. Tier III will allow you to try out battleships that bring massive salvos and armor, but lack maneuverability.
The maps are square with sizes ranging from 24×24 km to 18X18 km. Smaller cards are usually reserved for lower levels, larger – for higher levels. The maps are quite different in both size and island distribution. You will see all kinds of landscapes: from the icebergs of the Arctic to the tropics of Southeast Asia.
World of Warships: Legends is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S.
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