War for the Seas Beginners Guide and Tips

war of the seas is a game about pirate takes place during the golden age of geographical discovery, in which you can play in different ways depending on your preferences. Lead pirates into battle, sink enemy ships to plunder spoils, explore uncharted continents, search for secret treasures, open new sea routes to earn big profits, uphold justice by hunting pirates for rewards or just fish lazily at the water’s edge are all options. Here is our War for the Seas beginner’s guide to explain the important aspects of the game.

Presentation of the basics

Campaign strategy

You have the option to start a campaign as Japanese or Americans. The sheer number of ships, as well as the departure locations for each, are quite fascinating. They are also difficult but require a different style of strategy. A campaign can take a long time, especially if you really want to use as much mic as possible.

On this exciting part of the game, here are some thoughts on the factions of the game. The two perspectives of the campaign, one from the Japanese point of view and the other from the American point of view, are highlighted in this article .

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Starting in Japan, the main task is to build a level 5 airfield. Your playstyle with Japan will be defensive and you will have the advantage of having excellent long-range torpedoes. Another advantage in this part of the campaign is that you start with the objective secured and several islands are already under your control by the time you start.

You are aided by powerful and heavy cruisers as well as several versatile battleships. But most of your attention in this campaign mode goes to guarding your convoys which are again accompanied by weak light cruisers. If you are sure you play better in a defensive-minded game, the Japanese side will be the best choice for you. You will also have to spend many hours patrolling your captured area for your convoys.

Campaign Strategy 2 War for the Seas Beginners Guide
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The main US objective is to take Guadalcanal and build a level 5 airfield, so your first priority will be to defeat the opposing force nearby as well as on Guadalcanal (land and sea). The United States employed an aggressive strategy, actively pursuing enemy fleets and cutting off their supply routes to Guadalcanal.

Because you only start with three ports, two of which are extremely far from your target, it is very useful to conquer several ports near Guadalcanal to build a perimeter defense after capturing your main objective, allowing you air support and allowing you to spot opportunities. The majority of ports in Japan are guarded only by a conventional army.

Battlefield combat strategy

The most exciting part of the game is entering the battlefield. The war begins from the spotting of the enemy until the killing on the real battlefield. To find your enemies, the best Vipin to use are your scout planes.

Scout planes are actually tiny planes that are basically armed but eventually become very valuable for spotting compared to fighters or bombers. You can launch scout planes in your fleet by clicking on the manage cargo button from which a list emerges and you can select your plane to launch.

Battlefield combat strategy
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There are two alternate choices left in which you can begin your war strategy. One of them is to get your ships as close to the enemy as possible. If you have radar, you can help reduce the incidence needed to see enemy ships, so don’t forget to turn it on!

The second alternative is only applicable if there are aircraft nearby. When you use them to fly to the opposing fleet, the ships will appear on the map and your ships can start attacking the opponent. You must first determine where to attack before you can shoot the enemy.

War for the Seas Beginner’s Guide: Tips and Tricks

1. Focus on your shooting technique

Some of the shooting techniques that can come in very handy are described here, which will give you that extra edge over your rivals. Loose is the first choice to consider. This option causes the artillery to fire a swarm of shells towards the opponent. If the attacker is far away and/or your shooting solution is weak, it’s really handy.

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This allows you to get a few inside hits while sneaking up on the attacker. Full is the second option. With this option, ships will drop all of their guns at once, but with a tighter spread. This is excellent for engagements with medium range. Make sure your shooting solution is at least 50-60%; otherwise, an uncontrolled shot will be preferable.

New, which means narrow, is the final choice. With this option, weapons will fire without any dispersion, trying to pack as much metal as possible into a compact space.

2. Use Your Ammo Efficiently

HE I ammunition is the most common type of ammunition on all ships. These are the only weapons available to most destroyers and light cruisers. They are effective against lightly armored or unarmoured targets like destroyers and cruisers, but have limited impact on battleships.

Ammo and Cheats War for the Seas Beginners Guide
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Armor piercing shells (AP shells) are used against armored ships. Heavy cruisers and battleships are the most common. Only cruisers and battleships will indeed be able to use them, and they will be used to destroy (heavy) cruisers, destroyers and aircraft carriers.

In dark engagements, SS shells are used to illuminate an opposing fleet. Using star shells to fire a few rounds at the enemy will increase firing response and therefore accuracy. I hope these tips will be helpful when you play the game.

3. Other miscellaneous advice

In the War for Seas campaign battle between Japan and the United States, here are some important tips that can help you develop better gameplay:

  • AP should be used against cruisers and HE against destroyers and lesser cruisers.
  • If you’re fighting at night, start with a few volleys of star shells (if available).
  • Close the distance between you and the enemy fleet, but keep a battle line in place (or another formation).
  • When the opponent is in range, it’s a good idea to split your fleet. Detach your destroyers, for example, and use their speed and mobility to close in on the adversary and ready them for a torpedo strike, while your cruisers provide supporting fire from a distance.
  • If you have a large number of destroyers and want to use them to target enemy battleships (to increase your strength), you should focus on enemy light cruisers.

Final Thoughts

NetEase has added many social components to the game to make it more engaging. Allies, Mentoring, and Guild Nations are all present in War for the Seas, ensuring you’re never alone (unless you want to). However, having allies allows you to fight your opponents and control the seas. You need to provide targeting to the ships so they can start determining the best trajectory for the first strike. I hope this article helps you to develop better gameplay, thus improving your gaming experience. That’s all for the basic tips and tricks, if you find it difficult to progress in the game, you can always refer to this War for the Seas Beginner’s Guide for help.

That’s it for today’s War for the Seas Beginner’s Guide. Did you find our war for the seas Beginner’s Guide useful? Let us know in the comments!

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