World of Warships: Legends is celebrating Transformers: The Movies 35th anniversary

Wargaming has today announced another collaboration with Transformers. Following the success of the first collaboration, World of Warships: Legends is headed back to Cybertron to recruit additional Decepticons and Autobots. The new content is headed to the game to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Transformers: The Movie and Stan Bush’s iconic theme song.

Four new characters are being added to World of Warships: Legends; Hot Rod, Grimlock, Starscream and Soundwave. From September 6, players will be able to unlock ” animated permanent thematic camouflages,” voiceovers, patches and flags.

World of Warships: Legends is also being updated with a Soviet Campaign, Soviet Destroyers and three Arena seasons with Arms Race.

World of Warships and Transformers

The Soviet campaign is named Order and Discipline and includes 100 milestones over five weeks. The reward for completion is the heavy cruiser Pyotr Bagration. Soviet fans will also be keen to check out the three Soviet Destroyers — Soobrazitelny, Boevoi and Kiev — arriving in Early Access.

Available in dedicated crates, the Soviet Destroyers are a new alternate line for Russian destroyers. “This trio provides a twist on the Russian destroyers’ established playstyle and paves the wave for Udaloi at Tier VII coming in red hot in the next update,” Wargaming said.

Finally, three Arena seasons with Arms Race will award prizes to all participants, with better gear awarded to those who place higher on the leaderboard. Players will notice some changes during Arena as 13 ships and 11 traits have been buffed/nerfed. So get out there and so battle.

World of Warships: Legends is free-to-play on PlayStation and Xbox.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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