Experience epic, free-to-play naval combat when you helm one of over 200 historic vessels in an exciting balance of strategy and real-time combat in World of Warships. Outfit your fleet with flags, camouflage, modifications, talented commanders, and more!
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Release Date:
Nov 15, 2017

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March 15

Flag-O-Rama II: Juliet Charlie's Revenge

Captains! Ready to go another round with your signal flags? Get a chance at some cool prizes just for flying your favorite flags!

Starts Mar. 15, 17:00 PT (20:00 ET)
Ends Mar. 17, 16:59 PT (19:59 ET)

How It Works

  • Play any battle type with ships of Tier V and above with signal flags mounted.
  • Every 15 signal flags "spent" will earn one chance at receiving a prize (30 signals = 2 chances, and so on).
  • Prizes are limited to one per account.
  • In total 3,050 winners will be determined at random on each server. Winners will be announced on Mar. 21!


The following items will be awarded randomly among players who have spent 15 signal flags or more over the weekend:

x50 VIII Roma + Commander with 10 skill points

x3,000 10 "Type 6" camouflage
(Provides 3% to surface detectability range, +4% to maximum dispersion of shells fired by the enemy at your ship, +100%)

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March 14

Work in Progress: Battle in Antarctica

We are constantly searching for good scenarios to add in the game. Players will definitely recall the April Fools Day mode, in which they were able to spacewalk and control spaceships. This time, we’re introducing a new mode that is based on historical facts from Earth’s history. Nevertheless, this mode is as cosmic and mysterious as the previous one.
We are talking about the well-known battle of Antarctica, also known as Operation Highjump, during which, in 1946, U.S.A. Task Forces went to Antarctica to destroy the remaining bases of the Fourth Reich and capture a new unique armament—flying saucers. However, on March 3, 1947, the squadron was attacked by the enemy and forced to flee. The expedition failed, but 71 years later, players have a chance for a rematch: in the mode, a team of 12 ships will face 12 flying saucers.


Maps with snowfields and glaciers already exist in our game, so for the new scenario we partly used the Islands of Ice map that is already familiar to players. Though, the landscapes and icebergs were slightly changed to provide flying saucers with cover from the ship attacks.

Flying Saucers

In the German archives, our researchers found drawings of the flying saucers series, with innovative electromagnetic gravity engines. In 1935, the Thule Society was looking for a location to test a new powerful armament. The Hauneburg testing ground in Northwest Germany was well suited for this. The project was referred to as the "Hauneburg Device", and later, for security, its name was shortened to “Haunebu”. The early Haunebu was 25 meters in diameter, held a team of 8 people, could reach a speed of 4,800 km/h, and its operation time was 18 hours. According to the documents, a few prototypes were constructed, but later disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Witnesses said that the Thule Society left Germany in March 1945 using "flying saucers".

Cruiser Minotaur fights against a flying saucer, the photo was provided by a reliable source

Based on those documents, we decided to design our own flying saucer with some balance changes.
To suit the balance, the flying saucers will be the size of destroyers. There were very few materials in the archives, so the designers had to make their own drawings to further create in-game models. Obviously, it was very difficult to avoid the common stereotypes about the exterior of flying saucers imposed by movies. Our designers did their best to create flying saucers that suit the game style and look natural, as if this type of craft existed in the game from the very beginning.

Game Characteristics of Flying Saucers

High Maneuverability
All flying saucers will fly at the same height, to make it easier to control them and monitor only the opponent's movement without worrying about keeping their flying saucers at the necessary height. On the other hand, moving in the same plane makes flying saucers easy targets for enemy ships, so we improved their maneuverability to balance it out.

Powerful Salvo
Instead of firing rounds of shots, the flying saucers will be able to make one powerful salvo at long range, which will require a long reload time.

If flying saucers avoid receiving damage for a certain time, they will slowly regenerate. After a flying saucer receives damage, the timer resets, and they will have to dodge enemy attacks again.

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About This Game


Over 200 historic naval vessels are yours to command in World of Warships, the ultimate free-to-play MMO action experience. Fight for naval supremacy in a variety of ships — fire a battleship’s big guns, sneak in with a destroyer, charge with a cruiser, or darken the skies with carrier squadrons. Strategize, then strike!

World of Warships lets you experience epic naval combat like never before. Assemble and customize a fleet of gorgeously detailed ships and bring them into a variety of realistic battle scenarios across beautifully rendered real world locales. Jump into a random skirmish for a quick PvP clash, team up with friends for a challenging PvE scenario battle, or put your skills to the test in ranked battles!

If you're looking for a real war, get your Clan action on! Develop your Clan, earn extras, climb to the top of the Clan League and be the best on the server!

Augment your fleet with a captain’s bounty of customization options: enhanced equipment modifications, camouflage, flags, and more. Recruit a Commander and use their inherent skills on your favorite ship to improve crew performance and ship survivability.

World of Warships offers an incredible free-to-play action-strategy challenge. Think you can handle it? Download and play today!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 x86
    • Processor: Core2Duo 2.7 GHz, AMD Athlon II 3 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 8800GT/9600GT, IntelHD 4000, NVIDIA GeForce 620M, AMD Radeon HD 4650
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 35 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Compatible with DirectX 9.0c
    • OS: Windows 7 x64 / 8 / 10
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-3570, AMD six-core 3,5 Ghz (AMD FX 6300)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti, GeForce GTX 560M, AMD Radeon R7 250
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 35 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Compatible with DirectX 9.0c
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