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October 02, 2020

0.9.9 Announcements - Ship-Recovery Rules - macOS Support - Overwolf possible conflict

Changes to the Ship-Recovery Rules

At the start of the year, we launched a system that helps automatically recover Premium ships that have been sold by players. This has allowed us to reduce the response time for this category of requests to a minimum. Unfortunately, some users have tried exploiting vulnerabilities in the system to gain additional benefits.

We want to preserve the ability to quickly resolve the issue of recovering a ship. However, in order to protect the system from cheating, we have to introduce some restrictions.

Starting from November 20, the following changes will be made to the rules for recovering Premium ships that have been sold:

You can request the recovery of no more than one ship per month.

Before these restrictions are introduced, you’ll have a little more than a month to recover any number of Premium ships that you have previously sold.

You can read the instructions on how to recover Premium ships at this link:

Discontinuation of macOS Support

World of Warships is constantly evolving, with new ships and maps appearing in the game on a regular basis. We also add a lot of other content, such as new technologies intended to boost performance and enhance the quality of the audio and graphics.

In order to maintain that level of productivity, we unfortunately have to cease support for macOS.

The popularity of this operating system (OS) is quite low among our players. Aside from that, this OS has a number of specific features that take a lot of time and effort to manage on the part of our Dev Team. This has a negative impact on game development and hampers our ability to add new content and improvements. Bearing all these factors in mind, we've decided to cease support for macOS.

Support for the macOS operating system will cease with the release of Update 0.10.0. World of Warships will perform as intended on computers running Windows 7 x64 / 8.1 / 10.

We're informing you in advance of these planned changes. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding. We would also like to share a couple of possible options that might allow macOS players to continue enjoying World of Warships:

World of Warships is available via GeForce NOW. For more info, go to https://www.nvidia.com/geforce-now/
Players with macOS can try using Boot Camp to launch the Windows operating system on their device and play World of Warships. For more info, navigate to https://support.apple.com/HT201468. Please note: Boot Camp is not officially supported by Wargaming, and we do not guarantee that World of Warships will run correctly when using it.

Overwolf application possible software conflict

Please note: running Overwolf application may cause World of Warships client crash.
To fix the issue, update Overwolf to the latest version. If the issue still persists, please contact Customer Service Center.


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