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World of Warships
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Content Rating: Teen
Command a massive naval fleet featuring history's most iconic war vessels, level up important tech modules and prepare to dominate the oceans in World of Warships. With four classes of ships, myriad upgrades, and meticulously designed environments, the action never ends. Endless hours of strategy, tactical gameplay, and pulse pounding combat await all who take the helm in World of Warships!
Gamer Reviews161 Reviews
5 years playing and it gets worse with every patch. Russian bias is real.
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Critic Reviews22 Reviews
This is Wargaming's richest and most rewarding team game to date, with the most diverse set of classes and skills of any of its games. The irony is that this also means World of Warships is also the least consistent of its games, with higher peaks at the cost of lower valleys while you wait out games that have already been decided. But the view from those peaks more than makes up for those dives beneath the waves.
Anyone who has ever played the table top game Battleship! or even made paper boats in a puddle will find fun in World of Warships. Wargaming seems to have a knack for finding what is simply fun in large scale battles and bringing out our inner kid who played in the backyard or the bath tub pretending to wage war with toys. Where Warships really shines is in the ease of play, notable polish and quick battles that anyone can enjoy.
World of Warships starts out well. The game is fast, it looks good, and it’s fun. Progress soon comes to a crawl, however, and the repetitive grinding, off-set only by a convoluted Free-to-Play system, dampens the experience in ways that the superb graphics and quick multiplayer matchmaking do little to offset.