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World of Warships

World of Warships

The multiplayer online game World of Warships gives each participant the opportunity to feel like a captain of a ship and participate in naval battles from the first half of the 20th century. The player can choose a ship of one of the classes presented in the game, which was part of the real naval forces of the leading naval powers of that time. Gaining experience in battles with bots or real players, you can develop your ship or accumulate points to unlock more advanced ships.


Minimum system requirements

OSWindows 7
CPU2,5 GHz
Video512 Mb
RAM2,5 Gb
Disk space75 Gb

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  • An opportunity to study the history of the development of the fleet of different countries;
  • A good balance between regular battles and the possibility of the development of the ship and the captain;
  • High-quality graphics and sound.

Gameplay World of Warships

The game features ships of several classes, each of which has its own characteristics and development options:

Destroyer – has weak weapons, but has high maneuverability and the ability to quietly approach the enemy;

Cruiser – with proper maneuvering and using non-weak weapons, it can inflict serious damage to even more powerful opponents;

Battleship – has serious armor and powerful weapons, the main striking force of any fleet;

An aircraft carrier – a support ship, with the proper organization of protection from small enemy ships is able to provide serious assistance to the ships of its allies.

The game features armored warships that were part of the fleets of Russia and the USSR, USA, Germany, Britain and Japan from the beginning of the century until the end of World War II.

The gameplay is designed in such a way that a single ship is practically unable to complete most tasks. In battles, a more organized and balanced team wins. Competent battle tactics are the key to success both in confrontation with other players and in the performance of individual tasks.

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