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Fleet Glory

Platform(s): Android, iOS
Genre: Action
Publisher: Oasis Games
Release Date: July 17, 2017

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by Rainier on July 17, 2017 @ 2:17 p.m. PDT

Fleet Glory is a World War II-themed real-time PvP naval combat game.

With its immersive World War II themes, Fleet Glory easily transports players back in time, allowing them to fight with historical warships on classic match maps. Fleet Glory features diverse, challenging classic match maps, and offers more than 100 warships for players to choose from. Players will be able to choose from a wide variety of ships, including a loyal escort Cruiser, a fierce "sea cleaner" Battleship, and a swift Destroyer, as well as many other historical WWII warships.

In addition to its battleships, Fleet Glory will be adding submarines and aircraft carriers in future game upgrades, which will allow players to play the game from totally new perspectives - under the sea stalking enemy vessels or high above in the skies raining bombs on the enemy.

To be a true commander of the sea, players can collect different cruisers, battleships, destroyers and (in future upgrades) submarine and aircraft carriers, combining them to form their own invincible fleet. In addition, players can also enhance their warships part by part, collect different torpedoes, and even customize individual ships' weaponry.

The game features visually stunning 3D third-person shooter naval action, as well as historically accurate warships on classic match maps, guaranteeing that history buff gamers feel as though they're truly embroiled in WWII combat. In addition to classic matches, players can enjoy 10v10 real-time PVP battles.

Fleet Glory is currently available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play and playable in English, German, French, Russian and Turkish.


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