We are happy to present a high tier experimental tank destroyer - the FV4005 Stage II with a 183mm gun.
28 February 2017
Another War Thunder mainstay finally gets a brand new look! Say hello to the updated Stuka in all its glory!
The Heavy Tank T34 is another tank with the designation 34, but now this title conceals not a nimble Soviet medium tank, but a real American “heavyweight.”
24 February 2017
The A-26 Invader is now available, 14 Brownings, two turrets, rockets and bombs!
We are pleased to present what may be our most unusual location yet for air Arcade Battles – Guiana Highlands.
23 February 2017
The fast and deadly ‘Jaguar’ torpedo boat is one of the best representatives of its class in War Thunder.
22 February 2017
The T14 assault tank was the product of a collaboration between British and American engineers.
21 February 2017
The Spähpanzer Ru 251 is a German light reconnaissance tank developed in 1964 to replace the obsolete American M41 Walker Bulldogs in service in the Bundeswehr.
18 February 2017
The American high-speed Martin B-10B bomber, created in the early 1930s and able to outpace contemporary biplane fighters!
17 February 2017
The British Centurion Mk I medium tank was the first serious attempt by the British to create a tank for a new era. We are proud to present the forerunner of the illustrious line of tanks in War Thunder.
16 February 2017
Welcome to the new Developer Q&A section, in which we’re going to publish our most exciting development plans and explanations about how the game mechanics work. Simply and concisely.
The Japanese Type 87 anti-aircraft gun came to replace the export version of the American Duster SPAAG.
15 February 2017
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