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Legends Go Mobile: Everything You Need to Know

With the mobile Legends available for captains in Brazil, Canada, France, and the Philippines—and worldwide in the foreseeable future—it's about time we answer the most burning questions about it. Get in!

Scroll to the bottom to find out how to link your mobile account to your console or follow this link!

It’s been over a year since we’ve opened the floodgates to mobile players from Canada and Philippines and we’re happy to report that there are numerous features that have reached the shores of Legends in that time, and captains from Brazil and France have joined the battles!

There are, of course, things that we’re still working on, like implementing Ship Stats, Armor View, Commander’s redesign and Legendary Skills, Fleets and Controller Support. But we’re sure that our development pace will keep steady and it won’t be too long before the game is as close to the console brother as possible.

With that said we invite you to try the mobile version if you haven’t yet! If you’re in Brazil, Canada, France, or Philippines and haven’t tried the game now is the time to give it a go!


World of Warships: Legends is the premier massively multiplayer online naval combat game for consoles that now branches onto mobile devices! You'll find hundreds of historical ships and dozens of the commanders who were in charge of them, combined with multiple game modes and wrapped with juicy graphics! There's an established player base spanning most countries where consoles are present, so you'll meet many friends and adversaries along your journey.



We would call it a "soft-launch." In our case, that means we're ending the beta test, and the game now exists in parallel across the consoles and mobile platforms, with no further progress resetting and with cross-progression enabled but only available in the countries we're rolling out in (namely, Brazil, Canada, France, and the Philippines). All the game news, most of the features, and new ships are going to be available at your fingertips.


We began with the Philippines and Canada, added France and Brazil, and once we’ve ironed out the kinks with the fully functional mobile version, you can expect the game in your country!



There are a few exceptions indeed. Namely, the items you purchase in PlayStation Store cannot be used when logging in to the game from mobile. This would be the case for Premium items that are platform-specific. So if you bought something in the PlayStation Store, you wouldn’t be able to use it on your mobile device. This includes ships, skins, Commanders, containers, and flags. However, if you purchase a Premium item for doubloons or another in-game currency from the game Store while on your PlayStation, this item will be available on your mobile device as well. There is a similar limitation to items purchased in the Microsoft Store.


Once you download Legends to your mobile device, you'll be just one step away from being in the heat of the battle. Feel free to choose either one of the starting cruisers—American Albany or Japanese Chikuma—as your first battle is going to focus on movement and the basics of shooting.

When you're starting out, make sure to familiarize yourself with the tap controls:

To begin moving your ship closer to the engagement, tap the forward button several times. Your telegraph position (essentially, engine power) will remain in the position you set it to, so you can concern yourself with other aspects of controlling the ship.

Try moving the camera around by dragging your finger across the screen in different ways. Camera movement also controls your guns, so be wary of that as gun movement takes time, this will be especially noticeable once you graduate (if you choose to) to battleships.

Feel free to shoot at stuff, even just at the water, to get an idea of where your shells land. Take note of how your shells behave, as you’ll need to lead your shots with moving targets, predicting where they will be in a few seconds’ time.

Make sure that you have an enemy ship focused in your sights, as only then you'll be able to correct your aim properly and take the lead for your shots.

Once you have a solid grasp on basic movement and shooting, we’ll take some time to talk about tactics, but we're probably out of the first battle.

As you're out of combat and back to Port, you'll get a chance to start upgrading your ship. For example, if you've chosen Chikuma, it's going to be Targeting System: Type1 mod. 2, which boosts your firing range, giving you an opportunity to start dealing damage a few moments earlier in the first engagement. Let's mount whatever upgrade is available and move on to the next battle. If you want to try another ship at this point, it's entirely up to you.

After the first few battles, you'll be able to try out different ship types—destroyers or battleships. Destroyers offer the fastest-paced gameplay in Legends and rely on the element of surprise a lot, but their HP pools are also quite limited, so being surgical with your torpedo attacks is paramount. Battleships are floating fortresses that are slow in everything they do, but they also have the most devastating salvos of the bunch. Try them all and see what you like before deciding on a line to pursue.

At this point of your journey, you should also gain access to Commanders. They synergize with your ships and improve their combat capabilities. There are default Commanders for each nation that can boost any of the ship types' strong points or make up for their weaknesses. Much like the ships, Commanders also improve over time—you spend Commander XP, Promotion Orders, and Insignias to rank them up and improve their skills.


If you're from Canada or the Philippines and you have a console account already, here's how you can use it on your mobile device!

In order to be able to link your console and mobile accounts, you have to complete the tutorial first. 

Upon the first launch, you'll be prompted to use one of the following: Apple or Facebook account. Once you choose your method, you'll be taken to the Port as if you've just started your game. Go "back" until you get to the main menu (HQ), then go to Settings > Account (you cannot yet go "back" on an Apple device, so you'll have to play a few battles first). While there, press “Account linking” and choose either PlayStation Network or Xbox Live.


Insert your login data. You'll be prompted to choose your main account, so please choose correctly, as this is the only time you'll be able to synchronize.

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Once you choose the account, you'll be asked to input the credentials once more and that will seal the deal, synchronizing your mobile and console accounts' progress, keeping it that way forevermore.

If for one reason or another you've linked your account incorrectly, contact our support team and we'll revert it, however it may take us a couple of days.

Once you've linked your accounts, you can continue playing from either your console or mobile device and use the stores on both. Once again, keep in mind that any items (specifically ships, skins, Commanders, containers, and flags) you purchase in the PlayStation Store (outside of the game) can only be used on your PlayStation console. Microsoft Store has similar limitations for goods purchased there.

Go mobile, and turn the tide!

GPU: Adreno 640 and later versions 
OpenGL: not older than v3.1
RAM: from 4 Gb
Devices: only smartphones and tablets
Excluding devices using Helio and Exynos chips of Series 850, 880, and 980.

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