World of Warships Blitz Sets Sail in January

Wargaming is pleased to announce that they will be releasing the mobile version of World of Warships, titled of course World of Warships Blitz early in 2018. The game will be available in the Google Play Store and on the Apple App Store starting on January 18th.

Players will be able to pick between Japan, USA, Germany, or the USSR. Each has four distinct classes to pick from. Battle will take place in 7v7 matches where you can play with friends or random players. You’ll also be able to play single player missions and unlock new ships.

World of Warships Blitz will take advantage of Wargaming’s unified Wargaming.net ID. This means you’ll be able to swap devices and keep your progress no matter which one you’re on. The game will also allow cross-platform play. So don’t worry if your friend has an iPhone and you’ve got a Samsung device, you’ll still be able to blow enemies out of the water together.

Pre-registration for both iOS and Android has already begun. As a thank you for pre-registering you’ll get the Aurora Premium Ship when the game launches. The game requires iOS 8 or later and Andriod 4.4 or higher to play. For more system requirements and more information about the ships in World of Warships Blitz head over to the official website.

World of Warships Blitz is the second mobile game from Wargaming, the first was World of Tanks Blitz which launched back in 2014. Does this mean that sometime in the future we might see a mobile version of World of Warplanes? The world can only hope. This release goes along with one of the predictions from the MMOGames writing team about trends to expect in 2018. Find out what else we’re predicting for the year to come in our 2018 predictions for online gaming. If you’re curious about what the MMO mobile scene currently looks like take a look at our Reader’s Choice awards where you can vote for the best mobile game of 2017.

 

Source: Press Release, Official Site

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Shannon first discovered MMOs in 1999 when she picked up the newly launched Everquest. This started a lifelong love affair with online gaming that has taken her around the world and brought her to MMOGames.com. While she still pines for the streets of Paragon, the City of Heroes, today she spends most of her gaming time walking across Tyria in Guild Wars 2, roleplaying with anyone who says hello.