North sea + Navy test schedule
We are introducing a new location for naval battles - “North Sea”. This location was inspired by the landscape of the Frisian Islands.
LeO 451 Early: Catch Me If You Can!
The LeO 451 is a French medium bomber, developed in the mid 1930s as part of a plan to increase the numbers of strategic bombers within the ranks of the newly formed Armée de l'air. Let’s take a closer look at what this very capable little French bomber has to offer.
A-35B: The American Legionnaire
The American Vultee A-35B dive bomber didn't really catch on in its homeland, but it received a warm welcome in the air force of Free France!
M.S.410: The Duelist
The MS.410 is a further development of the Morane-Saulnier MS.406 fighter, developed in France in March 1940. Let’s take a closer look at one of the aircraft available to pilots in the lower ranks of the French aviation tree in update 1.73 “Vive la France”.
NC.223.3: let nobody leave unsatisfied!
The French bomber NC.223.3 is a seriously refined version of another starter-level bomber, the F.222. Four engines, an incredibly huge bomb load and cannon turrets!
Dewoitine D.501: Lost But Not Forgotten
At the time of their introduction to service, aircraft of the D.500 series were among the most advanced in the world. Meet one of the versions of the series, the Dewoitine D.501!
Begleitpanzer 57: Bofors/Marder united at last!
What happens if you install a rapid-firing ship cannon and guided rockets on a light tracked chassis? Meet the Begleitpanzer 57, a light top-tier tank in the German branch of War Thunder!
Farman F.222.2: Big! Heavy! Yours!
The Farman F.222 is an early 1930s French high-winged heavy bomber, powered by four engines set up in an unconventional push-pull configuration.
French aircraft cockpits
Today, we can finally present to you some of the cockpits for the new French aircraft announced in our development diary!
Arsenal VG.33: Air Diver
The Arsenal VG.33C-1 is another light fighter aircraft design, developed to quickly bolster the numbers of fighters available to the French Air Force in preparation for the expected Invasion of France in the 1940s.