World of Warships lets you experience epic naval combat like never before. Assemble and customize a fleet of gorgeously detailed ships and bring them into a variety of realistic battle scenarios across beautifully rendered real world locales. Jump into a random skirmish for a quick PvP clash, team up with friends for a challenging PvE scenario battle, or put your skills to the test in ranked battles!
A Photographers guidebook for helpful Commands, Settings and Key Combinations to make beautiful Hudless Screenshots.
The first will allow you to force your guns on a specific Sector of the map, Rotating your Main Battery as your ship moves, This is helpful in 2 Ways, For Combat purposes, You can focus your guns on a specific Sector you think an opposing Ship may be sitting, So in the event they become Detected you do not need to wait for your guns to Rotate, And in terms of Screenshots, It allows you to elevate your guns without the worry that they will start rotating should you move your Camera.
The second will lock your Main Battery in any direction you choose, They will focus on that specific Direction and not move until you enter the Button Combo again.
Bearing Lock can be initiated with the Button Combo, Left Control + X.
The Button Combination to activate Free Camera is Left Control + Right Shift + Backspace.
The Free Camera has it’s own set of Controls.
Arrow Keys = Primary Movement
Numpad 1 / 2 = Move the Camera Forward/Backwards at a high rate of speed, Use your Mouse to control the direction.
Numpad 7 / 9 = Move the Camera Up/Down
Mouse Scroll Wheel = Zoom in and out
B = Track movement of Ship (This feature is a little messy, It’s primary purpose is to follow your ship when it is moving at any Speed, However activating it while Raising or Lowering the camera with the NP 7/9 Buttons will occasionally result in the camera being vaulted below the Waterline. Before the Submarine Scenario was added, Vaulting below the Waterline would reveal a Black Void, Now if it lowers below the Waterline, There is Depth to it)
The Free Camera has a Noclip of Sorts, Allowing you to view the inside of your Ship and move through Mountains.
If you are interested in making Screenshots for WoWs, I highly recommend using the below settings (Minus Resolution)
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