To kick off, we are delighted to deliver details on this year’s Halloween game modes.
Updates are coming to both World of Warships for PC, and World of Warships: Legends (Console Edition), sinking players into the depths of a dystopian future. World of Warships (PC) update introduces an entirely new battle type — Key Battles, which pits 16 players against each other to escape the map by killing huge AI-controlled monsters.
WoWS PC – Big Hunt: The Key to Victory!
- Launching on October 29th, new temporary battle type—Key Battles—will be added to celebrate Halloween. A new themed Port emphasizes the event’s atmosphere.
- Demonstrate your skills in an exhibition competition of the future by assuming command over a ship representing one of three corporations of the future. The new battle type pits 16 players against each other and AI-controlled monsters on a gigantic Polygon map.
- A total of three ships are available for this battle type in Update 0.9.10. Each of them offers a wide variety of modules that can have a significant impact on gameplay.
WoWS: Legends – Rust ‘n’ Rumble
- For WoWS: Legends, the highlight of the update comes October 19th–the Rust ‘n’ Rumble Halloween event!
- Players can brawl it out in a four-way team deathmatch for command of a sunken post-apocalyptic city to earn Tabz. These will help players upgrade their event ships and unlock unique Rust ‘n’ Rumble commanders and camos.
- In Rust ‘n’ Rumble battles, there is no hiding. Captains will have to play to the strengths of their chosen destroyers in a good old fashioned battle with torpedoes, shells, and ships darting everywhere.
- If they play enough battles, they can even earn a free Tier VI Premium destroyer, the Ognevoi! This torpedo-focused Russian destroyer will be a unique addition to any warship collection.
“Lost Treasures” – OceanCare Partnership
- To highlight the horrors that await in the depths of our oceans, WoWS recently supported an underwater photo shoot, which aims to raise awareness around marine protection.
- Check out these terrifying photos of an undead commander taken in the sunken shell of a Cypriot ship, guaranteed to give you the chills.
- We are really keen to raise awareness of OceanCare, if possible we would love to have our undead images included in any news write-ups, or shared on socials.
For the full developer bulletin, see here.
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