Thunder Show: EPIC TAIL GUNNER
It's time for your weekly episode of the Thunder Show! Enjoy our selection of epic and humorous Community videos of the week and don't forget: If you want to send in your own video, then check out how below!
"Panfilov’s 28" US & Canada release
Now everyone can enjoy the film as it is being released today in the US and Canada through Amazon, Google and the Apple iTunes store. The release of the film is especially fitting as the 1st and 2nd of September marks the anniversary of the beginning and end of World War 2. The film will also be released in other countries - stay tuned!
T114 BAT: Giant Slayer
Meet the T114 BAT, an American experimental lightly armoured vehicle, armed with a 106mm recoilless gun! War Thunder players will soon be able to evaluate the vehicle’s combat performance themselves in the upcoming 1.71 update!
Prepare for an opponent like no other! Wingball! In this event, pilots will need to grab the “ball” and deliver it to any opponent's goal.
Very soon, War Thunder pilots and tankers will be able to pit their vehicles against each other on a new combined battles battleground set in the beautiful Japanese inland - welcome to Emperor’s Garden!
Updated Battle Tasks
Good news for those who still haven’t earned enough August warbonds. Warbonds duration period will be prolonged for a few days - follow the news!
The Shooting Range Ep. 60
You are watching The Shooting Range – a weekly show for all tankers, airmen and aspiring Captains in War Thunder.
Beriev Be-6 - “The Arctic Seagull”
The Be-6 is an all-metal, gull-winged flying boat, designed in the post war period in the Soviet Union to perform a wide variety of maritime missions. After having enjoyed a long service life in the real world, this flying gunship is now preparing to take off from the seas and oceans of War Thunder as well!
Pilots, Tankers and Captains! Its time for our regular roundup of Youtube creations from you, the War Thunder community. Enjoy watching!
Mitsubishi Ki-109: “An Unexpected Threat”
The Mitsubishi Ki-109, nicknamed “Peggy” by allied forces, was a Japanese late war design intended to defend the home islands from high altitude bombing raids, conducted by the USAF.