Twitch Drops to celebrate the “Drone Age”!

The “Drone Age” has begun! You can appreciate this major update in War Thunder right now, and over the weekend you can get rewards just for watching streams on Twitch — watch your favorite streamers play War Thunder and get some Twitch Drops!

Rewards for watching streams from September 16th (12:00 UTC) until September 19th (12:00 UTC):

  • “UAV Snail” decal
  • “Eagle eye” decal
  • A special camouflage for HMAS Arrow
  • A special camouflage for the Type 16 (P)
  • RP Booster
  • SL Booster

Rewards for watching streams from September 23rd (12:00 UTC) until September 26th (12:00 UTC):

  • “Watcher” decal
  • “Quadrocopter” decoration
  • A special camouflage for the Z-10
  • RP Booster
  • SL Booster
  • 1 day of Premium Account
F.A.Q.

What are Twitch Drops?

  • These are game rewards for stream viewers on Twitch.

You mean I can get something in War Thunder?

Awesome! What do I need to do to be able to get the rewards?

  • You need to link Gaijin and Twitch accounts:
    • Sign up or enter your Twitch account details on the website.
    • Enter the information from your Gaijin account you are playing War Thunder with on this page and click the “Link” button.
  • Press the “Allow” button!

What broadcasts do I need to watch to be able to earn rewards?

How do I know that I have received a reward?

  • You will receive a reward message on the Twitch broadcast page. Once you see it, you will need to click on the “Get” button. You can also do this in your Drops inventory.

ATTENTION! You can only earn rewards during the Twitch Drop campaigns — until September 19th (12:00 GMT) and until September 26th (12:00 GMT) respectively.

Which platforms are rewards available for?

  • Rewards are available for everyone who plays War Thunder on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series.

How do I enable Drops on my channel if I’m a streamer?

  • In short, participate in our Partnership Program, enable Drops in your settings and stream War Thunder:

ATTENTION! We want each active and passionate War Thunder streamer to find a new audience thanks to Twitch Drops. As such, in no way do we encourage streamers who create their streams only for “farming” Drops using third party content, video clips and any other format that doesn’t include their direct participation with the game. Channels with such content will be disconnected from Drops.

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