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I found this interesting article about WoWs I thought some of you would enjoy. http://www.pcpowerplay.com.au/feature/interview-world-of-warships-artur-ploceinnik,439122?eid=66&edate=20161014&utm_source=20161014&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=weekly_newsletter&nl=weekly
benlisquare posted a topic in General DiscussionsJapanese videogame magazine Famitsu has published on their website an interview with Ivan Moroz, who is the global director of the WoWS development team at Wargaming Saint Petersburg. As of the OBT, approximately 85% of core game development is complete On the Asia server, the pre-order packages were mostly purchased by Japanese players During early alpha testing, developers noticed that players got bored after 20 or 30 battles, which made them shorten the duration of each battle to 20 minutes (they were longer before). After the premium ships for USSR, Germany and UK roll out, the tech trees will be released. The developers plan on splitting cruiser classes into CL and CA, in addition to separate branches for battleships equipped with torpedoes. Submarines aren't completely ruled out of the game, though they are still in preliminary brainstorming stages. After formal release (i.e. upon completion of OBT). there are plans to introduce weather effects and night battles. Such effects include wind, waves, storm and fog. The developers are considering releases on other platforms, such as Xbox and mobile devices. They are hoping to be able to introduce promotional skins, ships and characters for the Arpeggio collaboration. Premium time and gold/doubloons will be shared across the player's unified account. They are considering the possibility of tournaments and e-sports. Destroyed ships are due to feature effects such as pieces falling off.