World of Warships Summary
The latest update to World of Warships adds a new tech tree bring nine Soviet cruisers to your fleet. Fast and powerful, these ships are best used from afar, striking with artillery against distant targets.
Wargaming has announced a new community campaign for its naval combat game World of Warships. In the new campaign, players try to hit achievements to earn Peals, which can then be spent to rebuild the famed Japanese destroyer Kamikaze, complete with a unique camouflage. Players will also be able to unlock in-game rewards.
Wargaming has released a new developer diary detailing the changes coming to World of Warships in the 0.5.1 update that will be implemented in North America tomorrow and other global territories on Friday. According to the publisher, "This update brings a boatload of great content including three new maps—with the very first night map—a brand new game mode “Zone”, and further improvements."
Players can sign up to play World of Warships on the official site.
has announced that the Soviet navy will be joining the aquatic party that is World of Warships next month, with the addition of its national tech tree. Soviet options include a full Destroyer line, including famous classes such as the Izyaslav, Gnevny and
World of Warships,'s foray into tactical naval combat, is now live. You'll be able to take charge of dozens of vessels across four main ship classes, and jump into 12 versus 12 PVP across ten maps.
I'm yet to try the game out, but from what I've seen and heard it looks like Warships packs in a similair blend of easy-to-learn controls and surprisingly deep strategy as its land-based cousin. I'm certainly up for a proper naval combat game. Who doesn't love a good broadside?
If you're truly in it to win it, the game's first Ranked season also kicks off today. You will have to earn a level 9 Service Record to take part, so it's probably reserved for those who've been taking part in the Beta.