Free-To-Play Game 'World of Warships' Launches September 17th
September 08, 2015 at 8:00 AM
Lately, several members of our Staff & Community have been playing the Open Beta of World of Warships, a new Free-To-Play Multiplayer Online Game from Wargaming.
If you have ever played or heard of World of Tanks, or World of Warplanes, well, World of Warships is of a similar concept, except this time, you take command of some of history's most noted sea-faring war machines, including Battleships, Cruisers, Destroyers, and even Aircraft Carriers.
"Command a massive naval fleet featuring history's most iconic war vessels, level up important tech modules and prepare to dominate the oceans.
With four classes of ships, myriad upgrades, and meticulously designed environments, the action never ends. Endless hours of strategy, tactical gameplay, and pulse pounding combat await all who take the helm."
The game has been in an Open Beta as of recently, in order to test the servers, weed out glitches, improve systems, and correctly balance each unit.
However, the Open Beta ends September 17th, 2015, and the game goes officially Live with a Release Version.
As Wargaming puts it:
"We'll finally be dropping the "beta" tag from our beloved game and releasing it into the wild!"
“Based on our Open Beta success with World of Warships, Wargaming is poised to launch our next big game,” states Fred Menou, Wargaming's Head of Global Publishing. “With two million participants and the average player spending three hours a day in-game we have an armada of sea captains ready to take the helm of the ultimate naval combat game.”
You can learn more about World of Warships on their Official Website:
If you do decide to join, feel free to comment below with your Username, so fellow DMR Staff and Community can friend you there!
My username is Emily_Valrite ;)
In the meantime, here are a few Screenshots I've taken from my adventures in World of Warships:
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