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The gameplay in World of Warships is incredibly strong and impressive

mmocs | 25 April, 2019 04:14

Chasing a game with big guns, high seas and more salt in the breeze than in the chat log? In that case, World of Warships is for you. It’s the latest free-to-play foray into vehicular combat for Wargaming, best known for World of Tanks, and proves the old adage of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.While decidedly slower than World of Tanks or Warplanes, Warships still bears the classic signs of being a Wargaming game both in and out of gameplay. If you’ve played the other titles in the universe you’ll be familiar with Warships’ port screen. This is where all of the modules are applied to your ship and where you research new ships to do battle with. Commanders return too to buff your ship in different ways to hopefully give you an edge in combat.

The ships or vessels are inspired by some real-life war vessels and in between, they educate us on its history, which makes it a lot interesting. You can purchase ships using XP and research the vessel further later. For additional or premium ships, you will have to purchase more slots.The type of warships that you can purchase is Destroyer, Cruiser, Battleship and Aircraft Carriers. So far, only the US, Japan, and USSR are available, but they already have Tier 1 – 10 ships to choose from, which will take quite a while to research.

As ships are slightly different in terms of size and propulsion to tanks, though, that's where the similarities start to come apart. Slow, sluggish, and with more than a little bit of weight behind them, it soon becomes clear that getting your warship to go in the right direction will be half of the challenge in and of itself. Even though you start out with four light cruisers (one for each of the game's starter nations - America, Japan, the USSR and Germany), your ships are a long way from being nimble and responsive - instead, everything has to be planned in advance, and evasive manoeuvres don't exactly happen instantaneously. Best and Cheapest World of Warships Doubloons For Sale - Mmocs.com.

As similar as the games are, you are commanding a naval vessel now, so there’s more emphasis on thinking where you’re going. If you get all gung-ho without thinking about where torpedoes could be coming from or where the other team are, chances are you’ll feel the wrath of both. It’s a nice departure from hiding behind rocks and peeking ad nauseam; every movement you make needs to be more calculated. It’s not like you can just pump the brakes and immediately stop, so you need to plan ahead a bit, but not much more than an arcade game would make you.

Because World of Warships looks amazing, and for me it’s one of the best looking in the Wargaming series. The ship design is spectacular and the movement animations are just breathtaking, even the speed is extraordinary and realistic. At the same time, each battle is designed to offer players beautifully realistic visuals, with rockets and bullets flying everywhere. It’s the graphical fidelity that, for me, manages to add a lot of fidelity and uniqueness into the game. It’s a whole lot a of fun because of that. Sounds and music stay true to the WWII era and you can find a multitude of interesting ship sounds in World of Warships as well. Realism is definitely the key word here, and you will love the great way the WWII era is represented with World of Warships.

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