WAR THUNDER PRESENTS Major Update "Viking Fury"
The Vikings have landed, now they are furious, the anticipated Swedish ground forces research tree is here! "Viking Fury" brings over 50 new vehicles including ships, aircraft and all the armour you can eat.
Swedish Ground Forces - over 30 new vehicles!
An experimental tank destroyer fitted with a pair of Oerlikon 81mm rocket launchers, developed by the Swedish Landsverk company in cooperation with Daimler-Benz in the late 1950’s.
An experimental light tank developed in the mid 1990s, with a stabilized 105 mm gun, thermal vision and laser rangefinder.
A self-propelled artillery unit with excellent gun elevation and good HEAT rounds.
An early 1940’s Swedish medium tank, developed by the AB Landsverk company, with a good frontal protection and a quick-firing cannon.
A Swedish anti-tank missile carrier, developed in the early 1980’s, shooting powerful TOW ATGM.
Over 25 new Vessels, Ground Vehicles, Helicopters and Aircraft for other nations
a heavy cruiser of the British County-class built in the interwar years, with hard-hitting 8’’ (203mm) guns and good anti-air firepower.
A further development of the Chinese ZTZ96 MBT, with additional ERA packages and a more powerful engine.
A British supersonic Cold War jet fighter with a fantastic acceleration, and capable of reaching mach 2.
Developed during the mid 1970's, the AH-64 Apache represents one of the most widely used and recognizable attack helicopters in the world. Several version will be added to War Thunder, the basic version AH-64A, the upgraded AH-64D "Longbow", the British export version Mk.1 and the Israeli premium "Peten".
- Helicopter AH-64A Peten (Rank 6 USA);
- 2000 Golden Eagles;
- Premium account for 15 days.
- Bonus: title “Apache”
- Bonus: “Cobra” decal
During the first two weeks of the sale start, you will receive a unique decal and a title as a bonus! The bonus will be applicable until March the 30th, 2020 at 09:00 am GMT.
Two new locations
A new location for aircraft battles in War Thunder, based on the surroundings of the Kattegat Strait and the cities of Aarhus, Odense and Kalundborg.
A new location for combined battles inspired from one of Stockholm’s districts - Gamla Stan (“old town”)