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In Wargaming's first ever physical retail release, World of Warships' World of Warships: Legends will attempt to help the foundations of the old brick and mortar establishments remain afloat, with the developer-publisher's first ever retail release of a game (or version of a game).

Here's the official PR torpedo:
The collectible Firepower Deluxe Edition, of World of Warships: Legends will have a bunch of premium content for both new players and fans alike. It comes with a giant bundle of month [sic] of premium account time and in-game currency, as well as four premium ships: Iwaki, Kamikaze, Texas, and Arizona. This content will provide players with a more exciting experience through unique ships and boosted progression, without disturbing game balance.

World of Warships: Legends is a fully-adjusted console version of World of Warships, built from the ground up to feature fast, more intense gameplay. The game has attracted fans around the world and has two million active players. Players battle on the high seas with legendary warships from the early and mid-20th century, using giant cannons and torpedoes to destroy their opponents.
The Firepower Deluxe Edition will be available in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand on November 15. It will be available for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at EB Games, for [Dollarydoos]$69.95.
Interesting to see a series that has existed solely as a digital entity going back in time to save Doc and Michael J. Fox from interdimensional ghosts borne of Linda Hamilton and Arnie re-entering the series that 'landed' them as actors. Let alone finding every artifact Indy chased in every Indiana Jones joint... monkey brains included (the worst one, mind).

Seriously, that Diablo 4 cinematic has fucked me. Good on EB and JB for having something else physical to sell.




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