World of Warships Blitz Review

World of Warships Blitz Review

Feb 5, 2018

At this point, naval battlers are a dime a dozen in the mobile markets; finding a really good one is where the real challenge lies. With the recently launched World of Warships Blitz, you do get the advantage of pedigree.

Wargamimg Groupd does have a bit of experience in WWII era battling games, after all.

When it comes to the fighting action, there is a host to choose from: Random Battles (which further break down into Solo Battles and Team Match), Co-op Battles, Campaigns, and the soon-to-come Ranked Battles.

After the intro sequence, the game will prod you to start a co-op battle, which involves the game adding you to a group of online folks to do the team thing. This is a mini-war of points and attrition. It is interesting to get thrown out there so quickly, but it’s the perfect opportunity to use the skills you just learned. On an individual level, you shoot and look to avoid being shot, making repairs when necessary, and otherwise helping your team gain the points needed to win the matchup.

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We spent more than our fai share hashing it out in the Solo battles. The action is quick, ships are responsive, and again, it’s all about winning the battle of attrition. The game utilizes plenty of rewards, and real cash can be used to expedite upgrades and the like.

The game is exceptionally well done. It does a good job of making the game feel fairly realistic, adding in gameplay elements that make it interesting for naval acolytes like this one. From the steering mechanism, through the battling systems, upgrading… heck, even the repair methodology. It comes together well and makes a lot of sense.

But… it is just another World of Tanks Blitz set on water? The similarities are clear, but the seafaring aspect is a decent shield for those looking to avoid a clone.

But more importantly, it’s a whole lot of fun, and is probably the easiest game of the new year to get addicted to.

World of Warships Blitz Review Rundown

9
Graphics/Sound - Easy on the eyes, with expressive animations and sounds.
8
Controls - Simple but effective controls; would love gamepad support.
9
Gameplay - Plenty of play options.
9
Replay Value - Easy to get addicted to.
9
Overall - An all-round pleasure.

Download: App available at the Google Play Store »

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