How do you record gameplay in World of Warships?
Gently hit on the “REC” button to start capturing WoWS gameplay. The process will begin after a 3-second countdown and the interface of Joyoshare Screen Recorder will minimize. Then you will see a small toolbar. You can click “scissors” to trim the unnecessary section.
How big is World of Warships download?
Storage: 62 GB available space.
Where can I download World of Warships?
World of Warships | Download and Play for Free – Epic Games Store.
Does World of Warships save replay?
Replays will be saved in the .. \replays\ folder that will automatically be created in the game folder.
What is karma in World of Warships?
Karma is calculated as the difference between the number of compliments and reports received, and may not be less than zero. More karma only means you can attribute more + and – karma to other players. If a player is complimented or reported, a system message appears after a battle.
How do I send replays to Jingles?
If you have a World of Tanks replay you’d like to submit, upload it to a hosting service like http://wotreplays.com and email the link to your replay to [email protected] If you have a World of Warships replay just send the replay file to the same address.
How do you compliment someone in World of Warships?
How to use the Report System
- After or during a battle, tap on the Match Score on the respective icon in the upper right (in battle) or lower right (after battle) corner of the screen.
- Tap on the in-game name of the user you wish to Report.
- You will see a menu with the options “Compliment” and “Report”.
How do I check my karma in World of Warships?
As for where to see your karma points, you can find them under your profile tab when in port. Its the smaller raised number beside your set commander patch/emblem IIRC.
How do I watch World of Warships replay 2020?
To watch a replay, be it your own or a downloaded one, you must close the game and then double-click (open) the desired replay-file. Once you are done watching, the client has to be closed once again.