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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:38pm 26/08/15 | 4 Comments
World of Warships finally comes out of the testing bath, and sails into the open sea waters of the general public next month, and ahead of that Wargaming has announced a partnerships with ASUS for exclusive in-game content.



This collaboration brings exclusive World of Warships camouflaged vessels, free in-game Premium currency (Doubloons), and Premium Account time for those who purchase qualifying ASUS gaming gear.

This uniquely designed camouflage for Marblehead and Diana cruisers, and the Tachibana destroyer, can’t be found anywhere else, and will only be available when purchasing from a variety of select ASUS gaming desktops and gaming laptops. Players can also qualify for 1,000 Doubloons, 30-days of Premium Account status, and even more bundles ready to enhance their World of Warships experience.

These deals are also available across many quality ASUS gaming products like motherboards, graphics cards, headsets, mice, keyboard, and other items. To claim rewards on qualifying ASUS and ASUS ROG gaming gear, players must use a redemption code. The redemption period commences today and continues until January 20, 2017. It is available worldwide (except China).
“Wargaming and ASUS share the passion for delivering state-of-the-art gaming experiences,” said Konstantin Kamenev, Business Development Director at Wargaming via press release. “By working with ASUS to set up exclusive offers, we will provide naval combat enthusiasts with the combination of Triple-A gaming and Triple-A hardware, ensuring they can take World of Warships to the next level.”

Have you been playing World of Warships ahead of its official release? If not, can you see yourself jumping in? Do you think it'll have the lasting power of World of Tanks?




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Expressman
Posted 02:06am 27/8/15
I was very much into World of Tanks when I got into the World of Warships closed Beta. It has *totally* stolen me from tanks (which may not be the best thing for Wargaming). It's not as frantically paced as WoT, but its a really fun game that is already astonishingly mature in it's development. I anticipate it will stand on it's own very well.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 11:48am 27/8/15
Well expressed, man ;)
BladeRunner
Posted 12:11pm 27/8/15
Yeah I like it better than WoT. I am probably buying an Asus Mobo so I might get something out of this.
HERMITech
Posted 04:22pm 03/9/15
I just logged in to say "Giga" Bite my arse.

ASUS = win!!!
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