World of Warships Is Now Available

Wargaming announced today that World of Warships is now live. World of Warships is the latest installment in Wargaming’s free-to-play combat series that lets players seize the helm of history’s most iconic vessels and take part in giant battles.

Victor Kislyi, Wargaming CEO, said:

“World of Warships is our biggest release this year. Everyone involved has put their heart and soul into creating a truly outstanding title, and we are extremely proud to share it with gamers across the world. We hope that players will love this game as much as we do.”

In World of Warships, players have four distinct classes of ships at their command, and a myriad of upgrades and strategically designed environments, ensuring the action never ends.

“Cruisers are incredibly versatile vessels, ready to take on any other ship in the game and pick off scuttled opponents. Destroyers are quick and maneuverable, able to dodge enemy fire and deliver a well-executed torpedo strike. Battleships are heavy-hitting powerhouses, perfect for dealing massive damage. Finally, tactical Aircraft Carriers bring a real-time strategy dynamic, with scout planes to enemy vessels and torpedo bombers dropping their devastating payload.”

PvP and PvE game modes play out across 10 unique maps. PvP combat lets teams of 12v12 take to the seas and clash for supremacy. PvE mode pits players against computer AI in a series of skirmishes to sharpen their wits for PvP and practice their teamwork..

World of Warships is said to feature a deep customization system that will let players discover and shape their playstyle with Commanders, as well as dozens of Modernizations and Skills. Consumables like vessel camouflage and Signal Flags add another tactical element to gameplay.

Have fun!

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