World of Warships is removing the Rising Sun flag. In its place, Japan’s national flag will appear instead. Previously, the Rising Sun flag’s in-game appearance caused controversy among some players. The flag cannot be used as a clan mark, either. However, players are allowed to use a modded flag for play only on…
Last week, Wargaming screwed up, and accidentally made some promises to World of Warships players they later failed to honour. When fans complained, they were given some of the stuff, but it’s taken until today for the company to truly make things right.
Wargaming has issued a statement in response to the Humble Bundle/World of Warships screw-up that left fans angry. You can see the statement in the updated story here.
Earlier this month, those helping test the upcoming World of Warships were offered a sweet deal: pay a few bucks for a Humble Bundle and they’d get some swag for the game, including one of its better ships. Loads of fans jumped on the chance. Ten days later, though, the deal has been altered.
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At this year's E3 gaming expo, Wargaming.net showed off its latest PC title, World of Warships. The game's new trailer pissed off some gamers in Korea. Here's why.
I don't give a damn that this trailer for World of Warships - an upcoming game from the same guys behind World of Tanks - has no gameplay in it.