World of Warships Mid-Autumn Festival – Things You Should Know
The fans of World of Warships should rejoice because the game is free to play for anyone to their heart’s content. The Mid-Autumn Festival is an important part of the game. If you have thorough knowledge of this celebration, you can enjoy it to the fullest. Here are a few tips about the festival.
The Mid-Autumn Festival in the World of Warships is a unique celebration when you get a chance to obtain many valuable rewards including unique Commanders like Kaguya, Hou Yi and Chang’e, and themed permanent camouflages.
You can even buy random themed bundles in the Armory that hold these rewards. You are free to buy up to 50 random bundles.
As mentioned earlier, you can obtain your new Commanders. These Commanders are the heroes from various Asian legends and tales.
Chang’e is the Chinese goddess of the Moon and is the main deity of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Hou Yi is a topnotch bowman and the husband of Chang’e. He has a unique ability to shoot nine suns down from the sky if they terrorize to destroy the life on the Earth.
Kaguya is the mythical Japanese Moon Princess. Her uniqueness is her magical shining hair.
Here it should be noted that Commander Hou Yi is specialized for Pan-Asian ships, whereas Kaguya has a specialization for Japanese ships. Commander Chang’e can be allotted to Japanese as well as Pan-Asian ships.
The game developers have introduced four themed camouflages for the celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. They are for VI Warspite, VI Dunkerque, VIII Kaga and VIII Prinz Eugen. You can buy them only during this celebration time.
For completing the series of combat missions, you’ll have to earn XP, deal damage and obtain achievements. There are three stages and you’ll get a camouflage for completing each of them:
- Spring Sky to complete the first one
- Asian Lantern to complete the second one
- Mosaic to complete the third one
After this, you’ll receive all the three camouflages as the final reward.
Enjoy the World of Warships Mid-Autumn Festival with these tips. All the best!