While World of Warplanes continues to trudge along in a seemingly perpetual state of closed beta, Wargaming.net has already begun showcasing screenshots of their next game, World of Warships.

The latest images showcase several of the game’s scenic locales (just look at that pretty water) and a variety of ships including aircraft carriers. A certain calm before the storm has overtaken these screenshots, as there is a notable lack of Warships engaging in any kind of war. That should come soon enough, as the game is still set to cast off later this year and no doubt will fill the virtual seas with the broken hulls of fallen ships. Let’s just hope the beta doesn’t hit rough waters like the game preceding it.

Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.

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  1. They should just make all their games one game… And call it World Of Warfare.

    And have the ships doing ship battles in the sea, planes fighting over them. Whilst the tanks combat on land.. Sounds cool to me.

    • I was thinking about that such as WoT fighting down under the planes but certan ones have better aa tools.WoWP being able to have different bombs and rockets to take the tanks out specificly.

      And a master system(clan like thing) in every match deploying the planes and getting points and exp based on the teams performance.

      • Actually it may be a plan, but won’t happen for a long time. WoT uses a different game engine from WoWP and probably WoWS. Big World engine can’t handle maps big enough for planes or ships so it would require a HUGE overhaul of their main profitable title to merge with the others.

  2. Just a tip for future screenshot articles: Don’t make each picture a link to a page that then has the script to enlarge it. Just make it so in this very page so we can look at them as a picture gallery and not a link gallery to each individual picture.

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