In great news for the entire World of Warships gaming community, Wargaming, publisher and developer of World of Warships and World of Warships: Legends, has this week released content-packed updates for its two main naval games.
Something that has surprised us is that, World of Warships for PC introduces a new fleet of French cruisers for players to become their captains, along with new Azur Lane content as part of its collaboration with the immensely popular mobile game and anime.
Additionally, World of Warships: Legends console players can experience the new European Destroyers in Early Access and take part in the five-week Back to Belfast campaign to earn the mighty Tier VII version of Belfast ’43.
New ships, seasons and more in World of Warships PC
Three new French cruisers make their debut in this update. Available in Early Access, players will be able to take command of the Tier VIII Cherbourg, Tier IX Brest, and Tier X Marseille, all complete with high caliber weapons and deadly close-range firepower.
Azur Lane also returns to the high seas. Available from the update to collect: ship camouflages for Iowa, Indomitable and Shōkaku, with 6 new commanders, including the famous Bismarck and New Jersey, as well as commemorative flags. AL Aurora and AL Azuma will expand the Azur Lane ship roster in the game.
To wrap up the update, players will also be able to research the full complement of Italian Destroyers, take part in new seasons of Ranked and Clan Battles, test their speed and ferocity in the return of the fan-favorite game mode Arms Race in Random Battles, and cooperatives.
Back to Belfast with European destroyers in World of Warships: Legends
Headlining this update, World of Warships: Legends features seven European ships in Early Access. One Polish cruiser and six Swedish destroyers are featured, ranging from Tier I Gryf and Tier VI Skåne.
Tier VII Östergötland and this line of fast-firing destroyers will be fully researchable at the start of the next update. Two new Commanders join the ranks: Conrad Helfrich, a universal European commander, as well as Stig Hansson Ericson, a dedicated destroyer commander.