World of Warships Articles
Things are getting downright spooky after the deployment of the Halloween Update in World of Warships. The port shows off a scary new look as players look to a series of missions to take on the forces of evil. Each week for the next three weeks, players will find a new mission to take on starting with today's Operation Saving Transylvania.
Wargaming has announced yet another interesting choice for a World of Warships commander in the form of the NHL's Alexander 'Ovi' Ovechkin. The Washington Capital's player is an three-time NHL MVP and part of the current Stanley Cup winning team. He will be setting sail into World of Warships with an update coming later in October.
When the next big update goes live in World of Warships, clans will find an almost completely new Naval Base system. As the Base grows, clans will "reap the benefits from various bonuses" including things like extra XP per fight, discounts on certain ship tiers during research and much more.
World of Warships will soon be able to take the fight underwater when submarines launch during the upcoming Halloween event. During the event, players will be able to check out some spooky subs while exploring the undersea world. After the conclusion of the event, Wargaming will be checking out the new feature to "evaluate how best to completely integrate submarines into World of Warships permanently".
During Gamescom, Wargaming revealed the first-ever trailer for World of Warships: Legends, the console version of the naval combat game. World of Warships: Legends will be launching on consoles in 2019.
Wargaming is widely recognized as the company that created the iconic game about tanks. It's also known as the creator of World of Warships, a game about ships created in the same historical setting. It represents the largest fleet in the gamedev world to date, and the developers clearly do not spare any effort expanding it further.
Wargaming has announced that World of Warship: Legends will be setting sail for PlayStation 4 and XBox One. Legends will be released in its final version in 2019, but devs are looking for "aspiring testers with knowledge of English to experience the game first". The first alpha test is expected to kick off in July and players are invited to sign up for a chance to be selected as a tester.
From March 29th to April 11th, World of Warships players will be able to head into space for a special April Fool's event. This "release goes beyond sea skirmishes and historical battles, bringing a fresh and exciting experience to its audience". This is similar to the World of Tanks moon battles that occur during the same timeframe.
World of Warships players looking for a unique way to celebrate the holidays can sail into game to check out the Battle of the North Cape taking place from now through January 17th. During the event, players can earn the "legendary Royal Navy Battleship, Duke of York" as well as other warships throughout the campaign.
Wargaming is bringing World of Warships to mobile devices when World of Warships Blitz sets sail for the App Store and Google Play on January 18th. Mobile gamers using tablets and phones will be able to take part in "epic naval combat that combines teamwork, tactics and skills".
The USS Texas is in danger of being lost forever, but thanks to Wargaming players and Project V.A.L.O.R., the Battleship Texas Foundation will be receiving over $280k to help refurbish the historic vessel damaged during this past summer's devastating hurricanes. But Wargaming isn't finished yet.
The latest World of Warships video has surfaced, this time focused on update 0.6.14 that brings Pan-Asian destroyers into the game. There are ships available from Tier I through Tier X, all representative of navies throughout Asia that are "united under the flag of the Golden Dragon".
If you've been on the fence about sitting on the fence about playing World of Warships, maybe last week's Steam release might encourage you to check it out. When you log in via Steam, you'll create a new account and can choose any one of four servers, Americas, Europe, CIS or Asia.
Recently, Wargaming and Project VALOR announced a special bundle to the World of Warships community that would raise funds for the USS Texas, a WWI and WWII veteran battleship that sustained heavy damage during the recent hurricanes. This historic ship is sinking and in dire need of funds for drydock repairs. We had the chance to speak with Aleksandr Nikolaev, NA Publishing Director and Kelley James, Senior Manager of Player Outreach to learn more about the initiative.
The World of Warships team has announced a new Project VALOR (Veterans And Loved Ones Responsibility) fund raising initiative to help save the USS Texas, a veteran battleship of two world wars and currently in danger of sinking after massive damage taken during the recent hurricane. To help raise funds, a number of "Lone Star Texas Bundles" have been created with in-game items reflecting support. Prices range from $5 - $30. 100% of proceeds will go to the Battleship Texas Foundation.