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World of Warships: Legends gets next-gen support and more Japanese ships

Published: 21:14, 05 November 2020
Wargaming
World of Warships: Legends
World of Warships: Legends

Wargaming announced a ton of news for World of Warships: Legends, which will receive a next-gen upgrade, several ships and more goodies for everyone to enjoy.

Japanese Destroyer ships are coming World of Warships: Legends along with the new campaigns, Yasen Butai Leader and Tokyo Empress. These are only a tip of the iceberg made of upgrades and additions to the game so let's dive into it.

Minekaze, Hatsuharu, Shiratsuyu and Akizuki will be the new Japanese ships players will be able to add to their fleet. Boasting main battery guns that are afront to the previous vessels in this line, some will even have the Japanese 100mm guns with nimble turrets and high rate of fire. These additions should offer worthy alternatives to the usually torpedo-fueled Japanese boats but they will still have some torpedo capabilities.

This line of ships is available for research as soon as the update kicks in. Working on the Yasen Butai Leader over the following four weeks, players will be able to unlock the Tier VII cruiser, Azuma. It is designed to replace the Kongo-class battleships and boast nine 310mm guns, decent protection, large health pool and massive range.

Following the conclusion of this campaign, Tokyo Empress will be available for two weeks and give the players a chance to get commander Raizo Tanaka and additional gear through 40 milestones.

Khabarovsk and Shimakaze will become available through two new projects in the Bureau, which will work the same way as other tasks that require you to log in daily and participate in battles.

Secondary armaments should perform better across the board with this update, which will also offer a sneak peek at Black Friday deals. Furthermore, the update will bring compatibility with PS5 and Xbox Series X, which will make it sure you can enjoy the game just as the new systems land.

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