World of Warships Blitz hits 2 million downloads
Online Strategy games prove to be successful in the mobile market.
In the two weeks since launch, World of Warships Blitz mobile game from Wargaming has been downloaded over 2 million times. There have been over 4.5 million hours played and 4.7 million battles have been fought across both iOS and Android.
World of Warships Blitz is a massive multiplayer online action mobile game by Wargaming in which players recreate the naval battles and strategy of World War II. Players can choose naval vessels from across the world, with USA, Japan, Russia and Britain all included in the game. A variety of battleships, cruisers, destroyers and even aircraft carriers are available for battle in the action-packed 7v7 World of Warships Blitz online mode.
World of Warships Blitz supports the unified Wargaming.net ID, which allows players to use one account across platforms and devices.
Wargaming is one of the only game companies that currently offer cross-platform accounts. Cross-platform was introduced with the mobile title so the World of Warships community could retain their progress whether they’re playing at home or on the go.
Players on both iOS and Android are able to play online together. Join in on the battle on the Apple App Store or Google Play app.
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