► World of Warships Warspite Gameplay: Royal Navy’s Battleship Review – First Impressions

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World of Warships Premium Battleship Review. World of Warships HMS Warspite Gameplay.
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Finally we have some Royal Navy action as well in World of Warships.
Let’s take our first look at the first British ship in the game, Tier 6 HMS Warspite Premium Battleship

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10 Comments:

  1. +Golem WoT
    That doesn’t mean anything.. As soon as you fire you are spotted from
    longer distance
    (that was to your firing range comment)

  2. Well then, someone has gotten out of the wrong side of the bed this
    morning. lol There’s no need for the name calling sir

  3. +Low Ping Yes there’s gun fire control system modification in the 2nd slot
    that increases main battery firing accuracy, though it doesn’t tell you by
    how much it improves accuracy.

  4. +JayD K
    You’re wright mate. And I think we all are looking out to the new tech
    trees. And we are wondering how much fake carriers and battleships will be
    in the game. (Russian tier 10 battleships with 25 inch guns and 1000mm of
    armour maybe 🙂 )

  5. +tommy Spee lol with your comment about 25 inch guns, It wouldn’t surprise
    me. I disagree about the U.S. Navy being a “complete utter joke” at the
    beginning of WWII though. It was still one of the greatest navies in the
    world even thought it was showing some age. The Washington Naval Treaty
    didn’t help matters, but even so the North Carolina class battleships were
    excellent ships and started finishing construction in 1940, they had very
    good Pre-1940 carriers as well with the Yorktown class and others. Battle
    of Midway (6 months after pearl harbor) was probably the decisive battle of
    the pacific naval war and the United States was outnumbered quite a bit.
    Then you had the heroics of the U.S. destroyers of Taffy 3 where a handful
    of destroyers caused 4 Japanese battleships (including the Yamato) and 6
    heavy cruisers, among many other supports ships, to run away because of how
    furiously those destroyers attacked. It’s belittling to say it was all
    about numbers. There was plenty of skill and determination to go around on
    both sides in that theatre of war.

    I can tell you what one of the top tier battleships for Russian is most
    likely going to be – Sovetsky Soyuz Class Battleship. None were finished
    but they were at least partially worked on, they had major armour problems
    and construction problems. But for carriers…I have no idea what Russia
    will be using. I don’t think they built a carrier until the late 1960’s.
    They only had 3 old battleships and 7 light cruisers, as their largest
    ships, when the war started.

    The Russian Navy never really recovered from getting destroyed by the
    Japanese Navy in the Russo-Japanese War.

  6. +tommy Spee Yeah I totally agree that the addition of Russian ships before
    the Royal Navy is just silly. Then again, the company is Russian so there’s
    that whole Russian bias just like in WoT lol

  7. +JayD K
    This is going to be WoT all over again with these made-up paper ships,
    don’t get me wrong i adore WoT and WoWS i think they are great games but
    WoWS should have left the russian navy out of this. Then again the biggest
    playerbase is in the former Sovjet Union so i kind of understand.

  8. +Col. Kurtz
    I understand perfectly what you mean, the biggest playerbase is in Russia
    so i understand why they did this. I still don’t agree though.

  9. +DezGamez The concealment is a factor with this ship 14.2 km detectability
    range allows you to get in range with those guns before you can be spotted.

  10. well the actual range of the ship was quite a bit further than 16k and I
    don’t know why it is so low in the game but this is a premium so when the
    actual tech tree ship comes out it should be better

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