World of Warships and World of Warships: Legends welcome All-American armada of content in July updates

  • The world’s leading naval battle game on PC and console makes a splash this July with plenty of content
  • Console players can get hands on with patriotic additions to the game, alongside the introduction of Fleets and a collaboration with Popeye the Sailor Man in World of Warships: Legends
  • The PC version of the game finds adventure around the globe with American Independence Day content and a Mediterranean themed adventure for players to dive into

Wargaming, the publisher and developer of the popular multiplayer naval battle MMO World of Warships, has introduced two major July updates for both the console and PC versions of the game. Sailing into summer with celebrations for American Independence Day, as well as a special themed adventure with a skilled Commander as the final prize. Console players can also enjoy the fourth of July festivities, as World of Warships: Legends introduces a load of American content including a five-week campaign with a Tier VIII cruiser Tulsa at the end. Legends also sees the Popeye the Sailor Man collaboration come to the game, with two themed Commander guises, and a themed skin, as well as the addition of Fleets to the game.

World of Warships: Legends sees Star-Spangled content

Making a splash in this update are batches of American-themed content arriving to the console edition of the game. Just in time for Independence Day, a classic five-week, 100-milestone “Always Courageous” campaign emerges. Waiting at the end of this campaign is all-new Tier VIII cruiser Tulsa as the final prize. Even more ships also make their way to Legends’ harbours, as the impressive Tier VIII cruiser Salem makes her way to the Forge. Ready to lead these ships into battle is a special Lady Liberty Commander guise, equipped with a unique voice over.

The patriotic festivities don’t stop there, as this update brings plenty of random bundles. Waiting in these bundles is the completely new Premium cruiser San Diego, equipped with semi-armour piercing shells, and a special “Stars & Stripes” camouflage available for high-tier U.S. ships.

Fleets have also made their way to the game, as players can join and create their own and appoint their own commander and deputies. More options include various enhancements and bonuses for all Fleet members with an ability to acquire crates, both through the new Fleet-specific resource, Oil.

This update also sees Legends welcome a special collaboration with Popeye! Popeye the Sailor Man and Bluto the Terrible join the game as Commander guises, alongside their flags, a patch and a special spinach-themed skin.

Finally, the mobile edition of World of Warships: Legends also sees a handful of changes, with bug fixes, game process optimisation and an improved UI with updates to the game’s buttons.

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From America to the Mediterranean in World of Warships

Independence Day festivities continue in the PC version of the game, as players can earn special themed tokens through in-game events and activities. These tokens can be used to redeem plenty of themed permanent camouflages, as well as a Statue of Liberty Commander with six skill points. Players can then head from the U.S. to Europe, with the “Conquest of the Mediterranean” adventure to celebrate the new line of European Destroyers. Navigating through special combat missions the Tier IX destroyer Jäger is waiting at the end as a handsome reward with both a permanent camouflage for this ship, as well as a special Commander Felix von Paar.

On top of all these additions, July’s World of Warships update launched an all new Battle Pass with players. With daily and weekly rewards to unlock, players can earn their way to a final reward with seven containers full of rare bonuses, as well as a Commander that boasts 12 skill points.

World of Warships is available on Steam, and World of Warships: Legends is available on PlayStation and Xbox consoles.