C.202: As Fast As Lightning
In War Thunder update 1.69 Regia Aeronautica, we are proud to present completely updated models of the well-known Macchi C.202 fighter series with a brand new model with cannons!
T-50 - Tougher than it looks
In reality, the T-50 was conceived not as a light tank per se, but as a light infantry tank. Designed in 1939 as a successor to the already obsolete T-26 light tank.
Soviet Hurricane Mk. IIB
There are two Hawker Hurricane MkIIBs in the game - the Tier II British fighter which comes in with a battle rating of 2.0, and its Soviet counterpart, which comes in with a battle rating of 3.0.
The ZiS-30 is the first Soviet tank destroyer on the Soviet tech tree, and aside from the rather unusual looks, it possess three main major advantages – small dimensions, great speed and maneuverability.
The Pe-2 "Peshka" was the most produced Soviet dive bomber of World War II. Liked by it's crews, it proved to be a fast, maneuverable and efficient ground attacker in real life, and is equally efficient in War Thunder.
U.S. medium tank M60
The M60 proves to be a versatile and extremely effective force for those that know how to use it. Its high powered gun and high level of maneuverability make up for what it lacks in side and back armour.
The first post-war German tank in War Thunder, the Leopard I is a very capable medium tank and a serious threat in high rank battles. Let's find out what makes it special!
Firefly F Mk I
The Fairey Firefly was the Royal Navy's last wartime Carrier-borne two seat fighter designed to serve in the Fleet Air Arm. A true multirole aircraft in every sense of the word, from its early variants the Firefly would go on to even see combat service in the Korean War of the 1950s.
During the interwar years, the development of self-propelled artillery was practically nonexistent in the Soviet Union. Those few projects were eventually cancelled, and the Red Army entered the WW2 entirely without a dedicated self-propelled gun.
A step up from its La-5 predecessor, the La-7 is one of the main Soviet fighters of Era IV and is very useful at lower altitudes. Its turning capabilities often give German and US aircraft a run for their money!
PzKpfw 38(t) Ausf. A & F
The Armoured Assassin. This tank looks unremarkable and its stats seem unimpressive, but this unassuming Czechoslovakian designed tank is deadly...