31 January 2019

New authentic decals (31.01-21.02)

Make your vehicle more authentic! We regularly introduce new decals that you can unlock and/or purchase.

New decals will become available for unlocking and purchase every 2 weeks, after this time, they will be replaced with new ones. Players will retain the unlocked decals forever!

We have already added several new decals for you that are available until the 21st of February. You may find them in the customization menu, under the “week’s latest” section.

Be sure to follow the news so you don’t miss out on unique decals in the future!

"Emblem of 2/26 tank battalion, France."

Capture 25 zones while driving French ground vehicles or purchase for 200 GE.

"Tactical sign of the Japanese 2nd Chutai of the 34th Sensha Rentai."

Achieve 20 victories while driving Japanese ground vehicles.

"Emblem of 103rd Tank Battalion of the Wehrmacht."

Participate in 20 battles and achieve a score of at least 2,000 while driving German ground vehicles.

""Ace of Clubs" emblem, 153 Gruppo, RA."

Purchase for 200 GE.

 

The requirements for the decals may be checked by hovering your mouse over the decal in the customization menu. In order to obtain a decal you should be using vehicles of ranks 2-6 in random battles and events. They cannot be gained in the Enduring Confrontation mode.

 

Previous decals - have been moved to respective sections  

  • Emblem of 3rd New Zealand Division → Britain (tanks).
  • Emblem of 4th Marines Tank Company → USA (tanks).
  • "Dragon" emblem, 3rd sqn of the "Savoia Cavalleria" regiment → Italy (tanks).
  • "Born Free" text, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, 1970 → USA.
  • "Pulverizer IV" text, Flt Lt Harry Hardy, No. 440 Squadron, RCAF, 1945 → Allies.

 

Decals by Colin 'Fenris' Muir and Jej 'CharlieFoxtrot' Ortiz

""Eagle" emblem of the 520th Temporary Interception Regiment, IJAAF, 1945."

Destroy 50 (25 for RB and SB) enemy vehicles while flying Japanese aircraft or purchase for 200 GE.


The War Thunder Team

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