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World of Warships will now be shooting onto the PS4 and Xbox One very soon

21 Jun 2018

For several years now, the free to play video game World of Warships had been a PC exclusive but now the game is heading onto console platforms.  As announced in a press release, Wargaming announced that World of Warships will be released for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles for the very first time very soon.  The console version of the game is being called World of Warships: Legends and everything is being done to make sure these iterations are just as capable as the original PC version.  Wargaming will soon be holding an Alpha Test in July so players can sink their teeth into the game sooner rather than later. World of Warships: Legends will be released sometime in 2019. More on the console version of the game will be revealed at gamescom 2018. 

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