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Blackwake is a multiplayer naval FPS focused on teamwork and cooperation. Fire the cannons, sink enemy ships or board them with firearms and steel.
Ahoy ahoy! br>
So after a few hours I think it's time to write a review for this game. br>Because in Blackwake you are exclusively on a ship (currently sloop or galleon) it is a surprising time-eater. On it nothing else is done than what was... usual in his time on sailing ships that went into battle. Although the 'mechanics' are rather manageable (mending holes, repairing pumps, sails, ne 'nose' after a ram attack, occasional fire extinguishing and of course any number of cannons of different kinds stuffing and firing) it is the complete interaction of captain and crew that decides about victory or defeat. This applies of course in a duel between 1 ship and 1 ship as well as in a fleet fight. (2 sloops 1 galleon per team)
The changing captains (he is chosen by the team at the beginning of each round) means that the battles are always new. So, it can be that in the first round the opposing fleet in the unit
attacks, in the second round however each attack for itself and goes own ways. This often results not least from how the individual captains communicate with each other. The team that still has points/tickets left at the end of the round won. All in all, you notice that there is a lot of love in this game which is also reflected in the gameplay. The game itself looks good and the atmosphere is always coherent, which ensures a permanent good flow of play.
Last but not least some information: Especially as a newcomer you should avoid Friendly Fire, because there are so many trolls waiting for the right moment to sweep you off deck. . .
(On behalf of all normal players F**** EUCH!)
Ab and on (at last quite often) there are also people who cheat and teleport to enemy ships to beat there at the right moment. . ..
(And again on behalf of all normal gamers F**** YOU EXACTLY!!!!)
Since the game itself is really top thumbs up and a real recommendation! But if you are quickly frustrated by unfair gameplay (but mainly at FF ON), you should stay away from it. What's more, you can't tell how much cheating increases in the game, which of course robs a nice round of fun.
(Addendum after 120 hours of play)
So close to the cannons of your old masthead;-)!
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