THE WORLD OF WARSHIPS: LEGENDS’ HOLIDAY UPDATES 2021 FOR LIFE
Wargaming made their holiday update special for World Of Warcraft: Legends today as they prepare for the 2021 launch with new additions and decor. With the 3.10 update you can rent ships with Legendary Status and add a lot of decorations to your fleet such as lighting and more. Here’s an update of what is now available so close to the game.To get more news about safe wow gold, you can visit lootwow.com official website.
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The British will arrive: The long-awaited Legendary Tier British cruiser, HMS Minotaur, a ruthless powerhouse capable of firing dozens of shells a minute, will become a ten-week winner of the seven-week annual Bane campaign, and then become a slugger for the Bureau. Next, the tier VII Premier Battleship Yong will be available to buy with winter coins, which players can earn in terms of missions and missions and in the Arena seasons, and in terms of purchase the selected packages of the Store.
The highly powerful Legendary Tier ships are sold in several ways. Every player can use their credits for a privilege of boarding any of these 12 ships, including the new Montmartre, the new, new French “Speedy firestarter” cruiser Colbert.
Commander Guises: As far as this update goes, Commander Guises will stay on top of him. These new cosmetics are special visual effects that can be fitted to player ships like bright shell traces, fireworks and signal fires when honking the horn. With all the new facets of joy to the sea, the first Guises, which are now being sold at the store, are the festive Miss Santa and Snow Maiden.
Winter giftings: Festive additions include seasonal holiday event, Winter gifting. Participant players receive rewards and share the holiday spirit by sending out in-game gifts to others. By your generosity, players will give gifts to their Secret Santa, and earn a bounty of rewards on January 10th. Next week, this update includes the Holiday Bureau project, which brings a sleigh of gifts, such as special permanent camouflages unique for selected ships, including the Japanese cruiser Furutaka and the British battleship Vanguard.