In this digest we would like to tell you about our continuing work on improvements and fixes in the game. You can find information about all updates that have been released in War Thunder on the website special section.
Set the injured free?
No way! Now, airfield anti-aircraft guns won’t stop shooting at the wounded and disabled enemy aircraft that are still able to fight even with a wing off. A crippled vulture is still dangerous, so let the shells from AA guns nail them for sure!
For this digest we focused primarily on servicing war machines. Still there are over 2,000 vehicles in War Thunder and some of them require attention.
For example we have added separate 82mm launchers and 132mm rockets for several vehicle models of the Il-10. Separate bomb drop for Swedish A32A and also we have improved the armour plating for the pilot headrest of the Japanese lineup - Ki-84 ko, Ki-84 otsu, Ki-84 hei.
Also we have corrected the firing angles of the defensive turrets for a number of vehicles such as the Il-10, which we already described above and Japanese “crocodiles” - H8K2 and H8K3. All of this of course according to the historical documents some of which have been published by different attentive players.
USS Raleigh and USS Detroit received a wider angle of fire for their casemate cannons (these are those that are located in limited, usually inboard, locations on a ship). In addition, in their case it is the main calibre, so don’t underestimate this bonus.
For this digest we have prepared a large set of useful fixes and game improvements. Be sure to read the full list which we have prepared in the separate changelog - there are many interesting things.
Once again, many thanks for all your bug reports that you submitted in our bug report section on the War Thunder forums.