Get ready for a naval battle on December 6th today; according to the official website of World of Warships, “World of Warships” will officially usher in the global synchronization version on December 15th. The game will get an updated version of 0.10.11. The new 0.10.11 version will import an overall gameplay improvement, launch of the R&D bureau gameplay, the launch of new ships in the sea, and most importantly global synchronization series of welfare activities will also be arriving in the game.
The gameplay system of the R&D Bureau will officially come to the national service of the World of Warships. After updating to the new version, ship captains can snatch new rewards and R&D points; players can get new items using R&D points, restart the ship offshoots that have been fully upgraded to traverse diverged ship technology slash to achieve more powerful ships available at the shore. Players who love to battle relentlessly would appreciate the new super battleships officially arriving on the battlefield as a part of the latest version. The game screen is also getting an upgrade in the global version of “World of Warships,”.
It is worth mentioning that in March 2020, 360 magazines Unitedly with Wargaming and Kongkong.com conducted a “Renewed War” network press conference, disclosing the joint venture of Wargaming’s military games “World of Tanks” and “World of Warships.
World of warships is a free-to-play naval battle warfare-themed multi-player online action MMO game based on historical sea battles of the 20th century part of the “World of War” trilogy. The game was published by Wargaming and developed by Leata studio. It was released on September 15, 2015. The game is available in PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Android, Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X, Series S, and macOS. The game was designed by creator Peter Poray-Koshits, well-known for his masterpiece Minecraft.