War Thunder 1.89 "Imperial Navy" - Changelog
Imperial Japanese Navy, new naval vessels, ground vehicles, aircraft and helicopters, two new locations, updated clouds plus numerous fixes and updates for existing machines and game mechanics. This and much more awaits you in update 1.89 "Imperial Navy"!
29 May 2019
Update 26.06.2019 (
A bug relating to ground battles, where there would be a delay when the colour of the armour-piercing reticle cross would change, has been fixed.; A bug which would occur after flying the Wyvern S.4, where other single-engined aircraft would have no thrust or propeller rotation after spawning in them, has been fixed.
26 June 2019
Server Update 25.06.2019
Changes in squadron interface.
25 June 2019
Update 24.06.2019 (
Improvment of the scoring of critical hits, vehicle eliminations, and kill assists to aircraft/helicopters:
24 June 2019
Server Update 21.06.2019
AMX M4, AMX-50 - Several bugs in the vehicle armour have been fixed. Missing armour details have been added.; A bug with “blacking” of the ammunition module without subsequent explosion of the vehicle has been fixed numerous vehicles.
21 June 2019
Update 21.06.2019 (
The spread of damaging elements in air-to-air missiles has been adjusted for more accuracy (...)
21 June 2019
Update 20.06.2019 (
A bug where guided air-to-air missiles could twitch and split apart when using the missile camera view has been fixed.; A bug where objects of the modular airfields in “Enduring confrontation” missions appeared partially underground has been fixed. (...)
20 June 2019
Server Update 19.06.2019
Fixes for the IJN Agano.
19 June 2019
Server Update 18.06.2019
An additional “Imperial Navy” tab in the workshop, used for exchanging items for the Imperial Navy trophy, has been added for console players.
18 June 2019
Update 17.06.2019 (
A bug where the visual effect of hot air visually replaced the exhaust fire from the ATGM nozzle has been fixed.; Previously overestimated sensitivity and fuse delay values for naval armour piercing and semi-armour piercing shells have been rectified.
17 June 2019


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