How it Works: Fire

For information on exact fire values, please go to our wiki: https://wiki.wargaming.net/en/Ship:Fire There have been a…

Soviet Battleships: How To | World of Warships

Soviet battleships are set to join the World of Warships fleet very soon. The ships of…

Weighing up Weaponry: American Main Battery Guns | World of Warships

American main battery guns sail into the spotlight and shine with impressive might! 00:00 American destroyers…

Warships Size Comparison: Cruisers | World of Warships

In World of Warships, the cruiser is a type of multipurpose “all-rounder” warship. With a good…

Warship Size Comparison: Axis Powers | World of Warships

In our new video, all ships from the German, Italian, and Japanese branches share the spotlight.…

OST World of Warships — First Collection

We’re delighted to present you with a new playlist — the best music from the World…

Armada. Aircraft carrier Habakkuk. World of Warships guide

The development of Project Habakkuk began during World War II, before long-range aircraft and escort carriers…

Wait for Me. World of Warships Short Film

War is a tragedy experienced by humanity on some level every day. With respect to all…

World War 2 Navy Comparison — Fleets Evolution 1939–1946

On the brink of World War II, the emergence of effective radar systems, as well as…

Italian Battleships: How to Play | World of Warships

Italian battleships Dante Alighieri, Conte di Cavour, Andrea Doria, Francesco Caracciolo, Vittorio Veneto, Lepanto, and Cristoforo…

Naval Traditions: Naval Cookery

Which famous dishes came from the ships’ kitchens? Let’s find out! Keep an eye out on…

How it works: Hitpoints in World of Warships.

Subscribe to our channel to learn all of the game mechanics – http://wo.ws/YouTube-subscription In this episode…

Naval Legends: USS Cod. Part 2 | World of Warships

Today, she’s permanently berthed in Cleveland, Ohio, where she serves as a museum ship. She belongs…

Naval Legends: Bismarck

Battleship Bismarck is perhaps one of the most famous ships of World War II. She was…