Naval war game World of Warships is launching a project on Google Arts & Culture as part of London Tech Week, with the Virtually Inside HMS Cavalier VR Experience launch event being held at the Google London office on Monday, June 12th.
Partnering with Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust & Ballista Media, Wargaming will be working with Google Arts & Culture to unveil an eye-catching multimedia VR exploration experience for World of Warships, presenting the last of British Royal Navy C-class WWII destroyers. The new Google building at King’s Cross will play host to the event, which presents a magnificent building in itself, and will take place at the beginning of London Tech Week.
This will be an interesting showcase to promote World of Warships, another product of Wargaming, who so far have done a magnificent job as an award-winning online game developer and publisher, as well as cementing their place as one of the leading companies on the free-to-play gaming market. Along with World of Warships, Wargaming has shipped over 15 titles, predominantly focusing on MMO war games such as World of Tanks and World of Warplanes.
On the subject of World of Tanks, this game in particular has helped Wargaming make the strides that it has to put on events such as the one stated above. World of Tanks was introduced to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as well as World of Tanks Blitz making its way to PC, Mac OS X and mobile platforms.
So if you’re in the area on Monday, head down to King’s Cross and see what World of Warships’ sure to be captivating project is all about.