European Destroyers turn the tide in World of Warships: Legends

European Destroyers turn the tide in World of Warships: Legends

In great news for the entire World of Warships gaming community, Wargaming, publisher and developer of the free-to-play naval multiplayer game World of Warships, brings its latest update to World of Warships: Legends, packed with European destroyers, a new five-week campaign with the British Tier VII cruiser Belfast 43 up for grabs and a new Auction feature available for players to try out.

Something that we find quite curious is that, among these main additions, there are the usual variety of seasonal updates, balance changes and new DLC.

European Destroyers in Early Access

Leading up to this update, World of Warships: Legends introduces seven European Anchor Ships to Early Access. One Polish cruiser and six Swedish destroyers are featured, ranging from tier I Gryf and tier II Romulus, these ships will be available in the Tech Tree, while tiers III to VI Skåne can be obtained in crates through of credits.

Tier VII Östergötland and this line of fast-firing destroyers will be fully researchable at the start of the next update. Two new Commanders are also available and can be found in crates: Conrad Helfrich, a universal pan-European commander, as well as Stig Hansson Ericson, a dedicated destroyer commander join the ranks.

New five-week campaign Back to Belfast

The Back to Belfast campaign launches as part of this update, following the classic five-week format and the 100-achievement format. Those who complete the campaign will acquire a powerful Tier VII version of the Belfast ’43, a cruiser equipped with two triple torpedo launchers, AP and HE shells, and an enviable range of smoke generator, radar, and sonar equipment. Players up to the challenge can take this campaign a step further with a weekly set of “Hard Mode” assignments.

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Introducing the Auction feature

A new Auction feature will be available for testing and feedback in early June, where players can bid on doubloons and credits on community lots, which contain a wide range of items. In this standard auction format, only one winner will purchase the goods in each lot, and all other participants will receive their stake refund.