Knowing the ins and outs of the maps in World of Warships takes time but is a huge factor in doing well. Figuring out the influential spots, small cubbyholes, key routes, etc. will help you survive longer and increase your chance of winning. World of Warships is half knowing maps very well and half playing towards the strengths of your ship. These World of Warships map strategy guides tailored for specific maps will outline specific areas for both sides on each map along with key routes and tactics to use.
Fault Line is a favorite map of many due to how it provides quick and often large battles early on in the match due to how the map is designed. The majority of ships will fan out to either the 1-3 lines or the 8-10 lines on the map since the center of the map is to risky for large fleets to travel through early on. Fault Line does a good job at balancing battleships, cruisers, destroyers, and aircraft carriers with the amount of islands and open space available in the key areas that most fighting will take place in. If one class is to standout and be vital to a team on Fault Line it would be destroyers since it is very important early on prevent the enemy from securing the E/F lines since without these areas your team is stuck in mostly open water.