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World of Warships: Legends
Official Box Art
Release Date: August 12, 2019
Developer: Lesta Studio
Publisher: Wargaming
Platforms: Playstation 4
Playstation 5
Xbox One

World of Warships: Legends is the console version of the 2015 free-to-play MMO game World of Warships. The game features numerous iconic warships of the early to mid-20th century from the navies of France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Russia, and the United States.

The following weapons appear in the video game World of Warships: Legends:

Aicraft Machine Guns

Despite being a game focusing on naval warfare, each nation has access to different aircraft for multiple tasks. Following the February 2021 update, aircraft carriers are also available with more carrier aircraft for the American and Japanese navies.


Italian IMAM Ro.43 catapult-launched reconnaissance biplanes are armed with Breda-SAFAT machine guns.

Breda-SAFAT light machine gun - 7.7x56mmR
Tier V Light cruiser Raimondo Montecuccoli.

Browning M2

American Grumman TBF Avenger torpedo bombers have rear-mounted Browning M2 Aircraft machine guns.

Browning M2 Aircraft, Flexible - .50 BMG
Several torpedo bombers onboard the Lexington.

Lewis Gun

U.S. Navy Curtiss SBC Helldiver dive bombers are equipped with flexible rearward-firing Lewis Guns.

Aircraft mounted Lewis Gun with 47-round magazine - .303 British
Curtiss SBC Helldivers on the flight deck of the CV-1 Langley.

MG 15

After the June 2021 update, which added German aircraft carriers, rear-mounted MG15s can be seen on Fieseler Fi 167 torpedo biplanes.

MG 15 with 75-round double drum - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Fi 167 torpedo biplanes on the flight deck of the Weser.


Soviet Polikarpov R-5 reconnaissance bomber can be seen with rear-mounted PV-1 machine guns.

Nadashkevich PV-1 - 7.62x54mm R
Several Polikarpov R-5 on the deck of the aircraft carrier Komsomolets.

Shpitalny-Komaritski ShKAS

Soviet Beriev Be-4 reconnaissance flying boats are armed with Shpitalny-Komaritski ShKAS machine guns.

Shpitalny-Komaritski ShKAS aircraft machine gun - 7.62x54mmR
Tier VI cruiser Budyonny.

Type 92

Japanese planes are fitted with Type 92 machine guns in the tail gunner positions.

Type 92 with 97-round magazine - 7.7x56mmR (.303 British)
Several Mitsubishi B2M torpedo bombers on the flight deck of the IJN carrier Hōshō.

Naval Machine Guns

Breda Modello 31

Various Italian ships have mounted Breda Modello 31 machine guns.

Breda Modello 31 twin mount - 13.2x99mm Hotchkiss
A Breda Modello 31 is seen in front of the chimney of the Tier IV cruiser Montecuccoli.

Browning M2HB

Some U.S. Navy ships are armed with Browning M2HB heavy machine guns.

Browning M2HB - .50 BMG
Two Brownings seen on the left mounted on the Tier V cruiser Dallas.


The American aircraft carrier USS Ranger (CV-4) has several mounted Browning M2HB Watercooled machine guns.

Browning M2 Watercooled - .50 BMG

Degtyaryov-Shpagin DShK

DShK heavy machine guns are mounted on Soviet ships.

DShK on naval mounting - 12.7x108mm
Tier V destroyer Podvoisky.

Hotchkiss M1929

Some French Navy ships are equipped with 13.2mm Hotchkiss M1929 heavy machine guns.

Hotchkiss M1929 - 13.2x99mm Hotchkiss
French Tier V cruiser "Émile Bertin" with the Hotchkiss above the ships' bridge.

Maxim 1895

Tier II to III ships are equipped with Maxim 1895 guns that are the first anti-aircraft weapon.

Maxim 1895 on tripod - 7.92x57mm Mauser
German Tier II destroyer V-25 with two mounted Maxims on each side.

Maxim 1905

Unlike the Maxim 1895, early Russian ships have their own Maxim 1905 guns.

Maxim M1910, simplified version with smooth water jacket - 7.62x54mmR. The Model of 1905 looks very similar.
Two Russian Maxims mounted on the Izyaslav-class destroyer's bridge.

MG 34

The German Tier V cruiser Nürnberg has several MG34s mounted on the stern.

Maschinengewehr 34 with 50 round Gurtrommel 34 - 7.92x57mm Mauser

Type 93 Heavy Machine Gun

Heavy Type 93 Heavy Machine Gun are seen mounted on some Japanese ships.

Type 93 Heavy Machine Gun - 13.2mm
The stern of the mighty IJN Yamato has two mounted Type 93.
Tier VII destroyer Kagerō with two mounted Type 93s.

Vickers .50

Various British Navy ships have Vickers .50 machine guns.

British Tier IV destroyer Wakeful.

Naval Guns

1.1"/75 caliber gun

1.1"/75 caliber "Chicago piano" quad mount aboard the USS Pennsylvania - 28x199mm
Tier V cruiser Dallas.
A 1.1"/75 caliber gun mounted on the aircraft carrier Ranger.

3-inch/75-caliber Mk. 33 gun


3.7 cm SK C/30

Many German ships are equipped with 3.7 cm SK C/30 naval guns.

3.7 cm SK C/30 twin mount - 37x380mmR
An SK C/30 is seen in front of the tower of the Tier III battleship SMS Kaiser

4.5 cm 21-KM naval gun

Soviet ships from 1934 are equipped with 45 mm 21-KM naval guns which are copies of German 3.7 cm (1.5 in) guns designed by Rheinmetall.

45 mm 21-KM naval gun
Three 45 mm 21-KM naval gun can be seen mounted ontop the bridge of the tier IV cruiser Kirov.

7 cm Škoda K10

The Austro-Hungarian dreadnought battleship has 12 mounted K10 dual-purpose guns.

Two K10s ontop the upper 30.5 cm /45 K10 turret.

15 cm TbtsK C/36 naval gun

Many German ships have 15 cm TbtsK C/36 naval guns.

15 cm TbtsK C/36 naval gun in a Regelbau M272 casemate at the Longues-sur-Mer battery, France.
Tier V destroyer Gaede.

16-inch/45-caliber Mark 6 gun

16-inch/45-caliber Mark 6 guns are mounted on some American ships like the USS Alabama (BB-60).

16"/45 caliber guns aboard the U.S. battleship USS South Dakota (BB-57)

16-inch/50-caliber Mark 7 gun

The Iowa class battleships are equipped with 16-inch/50-caliber Mark 7 guns.

"Mighty Mo" with her Mark 7 guns.

20 mm Breda Modello 35

Breda Modello 35 cannons can be seen mounted on Italian ships.

Breda Modello 35 - 20mm
A Breda MG seen mounted on the upper 203 mm/55 model 1934 battery of the Tier VII cruiser Amalfi.

2 cm FlaK 30

German ships of the 1920s and 30s are equipped with 2 cm FlaK 30 aa guns.

2 cm MG C/30 mounted on a submarine - 20x138mm B
Tier III destroyer V-23.
Tier IV destroyer T-22.

2 cm Flakvierling 38

Advanced German ships are fitted with the more advanced Flakvierling 38.

Flakvierling 38 - 20x138mm B
The rear 28 cm/54.5 (11 inch) SK C/34 tower of the Tier VII battleship Gneisenau with the mounted Flakvierling.
Tier IV destroyer T-22.

20 mm Oerlikon

Many Oerlikon 20mm Cannons are seen on American and other nations' ships.

US Navy Mark 4 single pedestal mount Oerlikon L70 Cannon with early-war eyepiece / ring antiaircraft sight - 20x110mm RB.
Various Oerlikons mounted on an American warship.
A closer view of the British Tier VIII destroyer Lightning.
Twin Mark 4 Oerlikon L70 cannons in a Mark 24 mounting with Mark 14 Gyro Gunsight - 20x110mm RB
The Thai Tier VII destroyer Hsienyang (ex USS Rodman (DD-456)).

3.7 cm FlaK M42

Some German ships like the H-class battleship proposals Großer Kurfürst have mounted FlaK M42 aa-guns.

Twin 3.7cm Flakzwilling M43U on Doppellaffette DLM 42U mount, mounted on Type IXC/40 U-Boat U-534 at Birkenhead Docks - 37mm

37 mm M1939 (61-K)

37 mm M1939 (61-K) are mounted on ships of the Soviet and Thai Navy.

37 mm M1939 (61-K) automatic air defense gun - 37x252SR
Soviet Tier IX destroyer Tashkent.
37 mm 70-K naval automatic air defense gun, a naval version of 61-K - 37x252SR
Soviet Tier IV cruiser Krasny Krym.

40 mm Bofors

American and British warships are equipped with Bofors 40mm AA guns.

Bofors 40mm L/60 quad mounting - 40x311mmR
Bofors 40mm L/60 AA gun in a Boffin mounting - 40x311mmR
Dutch Tier VII destroyer Friesland with several Bofors aa-guns.

5-Inch/38 Caliber Naval Gun

Some Mark 12 5-Inch/38 Caliber Naval Guns are mounted on Tier VII aircraft carrier USS Lexington (CV-2).

5-Inch/38 Naval Single Open Mount - 127x680mmR

Ansaldo 90/50

Italian heavy battleships have several mounted Ansaldo 90/50 naval guns.

Ansaldo 90/50 Modello 1939 - 90x679mmR
Six Ansaldo 90/50 naval guns mounted on the Tier VII battleship V. Veneto.

Breda 37/54 Modello 1938

Late Italian ships are armed with Breda 37/54 cannons.

Breda 37/54 Modello 1938 - 37x251mm
A Breda cannon is seen in front of the turret of the Tier VI battleship Caracciolo.

Type 3 20 cm/50 naval gun

Near all Japanese ships have Type 3 20 cm/50 naval guns.


Type 89 12.7 cm/40 naval gun

The Type 89 naval gun is the standard naval gun often seen on Japanese ships.

Twin Type 89 12.7 cm/40 naval gun mounting at Balikpapan, Borneo.
The Tier VII battleship Nagato in-game, one Type 89 are seen on each tower.

Type 94 46 cm/45 naval gun

The Japanese battleship Yamato is equipped with Type 94 46 cm/45 naval guns.

Fitting out of the Yamato in 1941, showing the Type 94 (front) and 155-mm gun turrets.

Type 96 25 mm AT/AA Gun

Type 96 25 mm AT/AA Guns on twin and triple mount are seen on Japanese battleships.

Type 96 twin AA mounting - 25x163mm
Type 96 AT/AA Gun on triple mount - 25x163mm
The center platform of the Tier VI cruiser Aoba contains some Type 96s.
Tier VII destroyer Kagerō.

Vickers QF 2-pounder

British and some of the Thai Navy ships added in November 2021 have Vickers QF 2-pounder guns.

Vickers QF 2-pounder Mark II - 40x158mmR
The Tier II destroyer Phra Ruang (ex Royal Navy HMS Radiant).
Vickers QF 2-pounder Mark VIII - 40x158mmR
Three QF 2-pounder guns mounted on the Tier V aircraft carrier Furious.


Colt Single Action Army

Two crossed Single Action Army are seen in an ability of the Qing dynasty admiral Ding Ruchang.

Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel aka "Artillery" model with wooden grips - .45 Long Colt
Note his first ability.

Smith & Wesson Model 500

A Smith & Wesson Model 500 revolver is seen on store artwork of Commander Vincent Mordoff.

Smith & Wesson Model 500 with HIVIS sights - .500 S&W Magnum
This character is a clear reference to John Wick, but apparently prefers a revolver over the Heckler & Koch P30L.

Sawed-Off Shotgun

The 2021 Halloween event "A Light in the Dark" introduces the female commander Clara Teslau whose skill tree includes the "Boomsticks" ability with two crossed Sawed Off Shotguns.

Stevens 311R (sawed-off) - 12 gauge
The naming of this ability is a reference to the 1992 movie Army of Darkness.

Remington 870

Blue Furiora's artwork depicts her holding a sawn-off Remington 870.

Remington 870 "Witness Protection" - 12 gauge. This is the actual screen gun used by Denzel Washington in The Book of Eli.
The artwork in question. Note how Furiora's 870 has some sort of aftermarket barrel/mag tube clamp, complete with a hooded rifle-style front sight. It also presumably has the action open, given that the forend isn't visible.

Unknown Shotgun

Daniel Brassfender an admiral introduced via the 2022 Halloween event is seen with an unknown shotgun.


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