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World of Warships: Legends Packs February and March With New Campaign, Events, And YouTuber Collaboration

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World of Warships: Legends will have three Arena Seasons, St. Patrick’s Day content, a special collaboration with community YouTubers, and new rewarding campaign.

The new campaign, Lion of Flanders,  has 100 milestones to play through and run the usual 5 weeks. This will also have the catch up mechanic in place. The Tier VIII Admiral Schröder is up for grabs if you have Admiralty Backing, and a number of rewards across both tiers. Update also adds the ability to complete your campaign missions in the versus AI mode to make sure you can complete as many milestones as possible during the event time. The campaign begins today and runs through March 25th.

Wargaming is starting a special Creatorverse collaboration event with several YouTubers, who will join World of Warship Legends as Commanders. The collaboration also adds ship skins and flags inspired by the creators. Participating are CouRage, Nadeshot, Ludwig, Sapnap, and MoistCr1TiKaL. 

Starting on February 29th, the first Arena season of the update will begin, and there will be three new seasons on the way. Only base XP will be counted for the leaderboard, with the full rules to come before the first season arrives.

The update also includes a number of balance updates, bug fixes, and new Bureau Projects. Starting today, the Legendary Z-52 Is available, and next week on February 26th, the Vermont arrives. St. Patrick's Day content will begin on March 4th, and things will get a little greener, with more details on the event on the way. 

It looks like World of Warships: Legends is packing a number of ways for console and mobile players to compete, get rewarded, and stay busy through the rest of February and into March.


Christina Gonzalez

Christina is MMORPG.COM’s News Editor and a contributor since 2011. Always a fan of great community and wondering if the same sort of magic that was her first guild exists anymore.