Generally speaking, this is a fantastic action game with tons of battle-ready content. The focus is definitely on flight combat, but the ground battles will more than satisfy anyone gamer scared of heights.
It's been a while since the last article to WT Ground Forces, and many things happened. A lot of bugs have been fixed, the game system and rebuilt, some new maps and features and a new nation added, the United States entered the battlefield. So what is going on with Ground Forces on the threshold of a next big patch coming soon?
I usually stick to the larger game publishers and generally view indie game developers as suspicious wasters of my very precious time. As a massive fan of World War 2 simulation games though, my interest was piqued and I downloaded what turned out to be a real free-to-play gem.
Here is the 4th episode of Gaijin kitchen, reinforced by Paris Games Week and some information we got there. This time we will tell much more about caterpillars and shields unlike the previous Gaijin kitchen episodes.
During the Paris Games Week expo, we had an opportunity to talk with Alexander Trifonov about War Thunder. The discussion began with the presentation of the future update: arrival of American gound forces.