We present to you a set of Questions & Answers gathered from the Russian War Thunder community on the vKontakte social media network and forums. Answers are provided by Game Designers Vyacheslav (BVV_d) Bulannikov and Konstantin (White_W0lf) Klimenko.
This is the final entry from a series of Max Lachmann’s diaries, where he reveals his adventures whilst recording the authentic sounds of real military vehicles for War Thunder. Max tells of his experiences recording U.S. military ground vehicles in Texas.
In today's Development Blog we will present to you the T25 Medium Tank - An American prototype vehicle with 90mm anti-tank gun and the Panzerwerfer 42 Auf.Sf - A German half-tracked multiple rocket launcher.
We continue to publish a series of diaries with Max Lachmann about recording the authentic sounds of real military vehicles for War Thunder. In this entry, Max explains his instructions to record sounds from the “Griffon” engine of a Spitfire.
We continue to publish series of diaries of Max Lachmann about recording authentic sounds of real military vehicles. This time Max and his colleagues go to France where they find the only remaining “Tiger II” in working order.