Wargaming has released a new update into World Of Warships: Legends today as players are getting new British aircraft carriers. The November update to the game will bring about some other additions that will keep you busy for a bit, starting with the new Origin of Wisdom campaign that will bring about new tiers in French and German boats. The aforementioned new branch of aircraft carriers from her majesty's royal service will be added. Several Russian battleships are finally leaving Early Access, and the latest installment of the Warhammer 40,000 collaboration will come about. Here's a rundown of everything included in this update, available today.
This all-new campaign spans six weeks and 120 milestones, across two 3-week updates. The Origin of Wisdom campaign brings two new ships, the Tier IV French destroyer Siroco, sporting effective HE shells at milestone 40, and the Tier VII German cruiser Mainz at milestone 120, which features powerful guns and sonar capabilities. Players won't need to choose the reward: both ships will be available with active Admiralty Backing once the campaign has been completed in full.
One of the most important naval forces of WWII arrives on the legendary seas: it's time to attack with Swordfishes and Barracudas from the decks of British aircraft carriers! The new tech tree line features three ships: Tier III Hermes, Tier V Furious and Tier VII Implacable, with a special aircraft carrier Commander, Denis Boyd, available from the first hours of the update. Carpet bombings and numerous torpedoes are ready to be unleashed!
Part two of this collaboration with Warhammer 40,000 arrives in World of Warships: Legends, with two new ships. The Cross of Dorn of the Black Templar's Space Marines and Ship Smasha of the Orks have arrived and are each equipped with dedicated Commanders; also available in this update are themed camos, flags and patches, as well as dedicated Eternal war crates that contain a whole self of goods.
The Tier IV Kotovsky, Tier V Gorky and Tier VI Tallinn Soviet cruisers are all made available as the tech tree branch departs from Early Access. These ships are equipped with flat ballistics, sonar, and respectable torpedoes, making them good all-rounders at every tier. At the forefront of this range available in this update is the Tier VII Riga, which boasts impressive 8.7-inch (220mm) guns.
Last, and certainly not least, especially for competitive players, come three Ranked seasons. Battles will take place with Tier V, VI and VII ships depending on the season, with no Arms Race mechanic and no aircraft carriers whatsoever.