Warhammer SKULLS – Show Your Loyalty to the Imperium or Chaos

Warhammer SKULLS – Show Your Loyalty to the Imperium or Chaos

Special Content for World of Warships

The 41st Millennium is back in World of Warships.
The DLCs will be available for purchase until: 10 June. 18:00 CET (UTC+1)


Two special battleships with distinctive themed camouflage patterns—Chaos VIII Ragnarok and Imperial Navy VIII Ignis Purgatio—are already in the game!


VIII Ragnarok is an immeasurably ancient vessel, a relic of days long forgotten. It was built in the shipyards orbiting a world of proud and fearsome warriors. Though the citizens adhered to the Imperial creed and paid their tithes, secret cabals on the planet’s surface worshipped Khorne, the Lord of Rage. Their cults were strong. They were hated. They were in a minority. At the appointed hour, they rose up and tried to overthrow their loyalist masters. They failed. They were defeated in a long, bloody war and all, to a man, perished in flames. Their names were wiped from history. But the fickle whims of the Warp decreed that their vengeful spirits would forever haunt the vessel Ragnarok, whose hull was being constructed in the docks above the planet’s surface. To this day, Ragnarok and all aboard it cry, “Vengeance! Death! Blood for the Blood God!”

For a detailed look at the ship’s technical specifications, follow this link.

Originally designed for a Naval mission of the purpose now long forgotten, VIII Ignis Purgatio was lost during the Horus Heresy. After missing for several millennia, the ship was rediscovered on one of the Frontier worlds in the Jericho Reach. Though clearly a warship, it was put to use as a transport by its new, uncouth masters who failed to recognize its true potential. After undergoing intensive repairs and cleansing its quarters of its previous inhabitants, Ignis Purgatio was eventually returned to Imperial Navy service and, since then, it has become an essential component of Battlefleet Solar. Once again, it acts as a fearsome guard dog for humanity and, by proxy, the Emperor Himself.

For a detailed look at the ship’s technical specifications, follow this link.


The World of Warships Commander roster will be see the addition of two new characters: a valiant naval officer of pious military lineage—Justinian Lyons XIII, and an Aspiring Champion of Khorne—Arthas Roqthar the Cold. Each Commander has their own unique voiceover!
The new Commanders are available only in bundles together with the Warhammer 40,000-themed battleships.Here are some voice samples—take a listen!

What is Warhammer 40,000?

Warhammer 40,000 is the pinnacle of tabletop wargaming, produced by Games Workshop. Its distinct visual style blends elements of science fiction and fantasy to create a beautifully dark atmosphere that has amassed a massive following over the years. Today, the universe has expanded to video games, novels, comics, and more, garnering a huge following around the globe.

Together with Games Workshop, we’ve created something that would stay true to the renowned fantasy IP, while also resonating with our universe of naval battles.

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