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Naval Legends: Bespokoyny – Trailer

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Watch the trailer for the next episode of Naval Legends!


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A bona-fide DDG! Are guided missiles coming soonTM ?

A quick internet search on the ship turned up an interesting article of "foul play" - The Russian Navy says that a former commander of the now-decommissioned Sovremenny class destroyer Bespokoynyy conspired with others and stole the ship's two bronze propellers while it was in dry dock being converted into a floating museum. The alleged caper sounds like it was ripped straight from the plot of a comedic Hollywood heist movie, with the thieves reportedly swapping out the pair of screws, each weighing approximately 13 tons, for ones made out of a cheaper metal.

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Really wish WG would do a naval legends video about a ship that deserved it, not just because it still exists in the world. They did Bismark and Yamato with CGI but really only Yamato deserved its video since although it didn't do much, it was still the most powerful battleship ever made. Bismark got sunk on its first mission and all it did was trade on of the Royal Navy's dozens of capital ships for one of Germany's four. WG could have used the resources they used on the Bismark video for an Ark Royal, Warspite, King George V, or Enterprise video. 

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Several times Before, Naval Legends video precede the introduction of the ship or line. I hope we get no guided missile ships in this game.

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On 2/18/2021 at 1:42 PM, Iron_Salvo921 said:

Really wish WG would do a naval legends video about a ship that deserved it, not just because it still exists in the world. They did Bismark and Yamato with CGI but really only Yamato deserved its video since although it didn't do much, it was still the most powerful battleship ever made. Bismark got sunk on its first mission and all it did was trade on of the Royal Navy's dozens of capital ships for one of Germany's four. WG could have used the resources they used on the Bismark video for an Ark Royal, Warspite, King George V, or Enterprise video. 

at least Bismarck did something, remember they made a Naval Legends for the Soyuz class battleships that werent even made and even if they had been, they wouldnt have been anything like how they were designed because Russia at that time, from what ive heard, couldnt make armor thick enough to match what the designs called for

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On 2/20/2021 at 6:37 PM, tcbaker777 said:

at least Bismarck did something, remember they made a Naval Legends for the Soyuz class battleships that werent even made and even if they had been, they wouldnt have been anything like how they were designed because Russia at that time, from what ive heard, couldnt make armor thick enough to match what the designs called for

Oh man I forgot about the Soyuz class video. Yikes WG doesn't even try to hide their bias for the joke that is the Soviet "navy" anymore yikes. Imagine having no knowledge of this game and hearing that in a naval warfare arcade game that's supposed to be at least a little grounded in reality, the Russians have one of the largest and the strongest navy in game and were added in before the Royal Navy lol.

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