World of Warships Leaves Port on September 17th
Wargaming.net is gearing up to finally launch World of Warship on September 17th 2015. The three month long open beta test has finally come to a close, with a tremendous amount of feedback from almost millions of players.
World of Warships is leaving beta on September 17th with 80 different ships to choose from.
To kick off the launch of World of Warships as a complete game, you’ll have 80 expertly modeled ships from the US, Germany, Japan, UK and the USSR to choose from. Wargaming has put a tremendous amount of time in trying to render ships themselves in historically accurate detail.
“Based on our Open Beta success with World of Warships, Wargaming is poised to launch our next big game. With 2 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.”
– Fred Menou, Head of Global Publishing at Wargaming
The beta itself started a bit slower than expected, but the new sea-based gameplay quickly caught on and became very popular. We even took the time to stream a few sessions in the beta to show you how wonderfully addictive it can be. Like World of Tanks, World of Warships focuses on simple arcade like controls and massive amounts of destruction. Also like WoT, it’s best to be patient and take your time, not rushing to the conflict.
If you have always been curious, why not take a look, it’s free and though it can seem like World of Warships is a pay to win affair, bigger ships don’t equal better skill. You can head over to the official website to download the launcher for the beta until September 17th.