The XM8 AGS was an experimental American light tank, developed by the FMC company in the early 1990’s in an effort to replace the Army’s outdated M551 Sheridan tanks. Now the XM8 AGS awaits all players in War Thunder as a top prize for tankers participating in the upcoming crafting event!
Yūgure was a Fletcher-class destroyer originally operated by the U.S. during WWII and loaned to the Japanese Navy in the late 1950’s. Soon, captains will have the chance to command Yūgure as she becomes available as one of the top prizes in the upcoming crafting event, beginning soon in War Thunder!
The MARS 15 is an experimental French light tank developed in the late 1980s with the intention of being the modern successor to the popular AMX-13. Seasoned tankers in War Thunder will soon have the chance to command the speedy MARS 15, arriving to the top ranks of the French ground forces tree as part of the Ixwa Strike update!
As we continue to implement the impressive capabilities of modern military equipment in War Thunder, today we would like to tell you about a further development of aircraft aiming and pilot assistance systems. The HUD - a device that is an integral part of any modern military aircraft, has now been implemented in War Thunder.
The South African Reconnaissance Car (SARC) commonly known in Commonwealth service as the Marmon-Herrington were a series of armoured cars developed in South Africa during WWII and widely used by many nations even after the war. Soon, tankers in War Thunder will have the chance to command one of the later variants as it arrives in the British ground forces tree as part of the new South African subtree with the next major update!
Su-17M2 - the first swing-wing aircraft in War Thunder
We present to you a new type of aircraft in War Thunder - an aircraft with variable sweep wings! We are going to discuss the first such aircraft today, the Soviet Su-17M2 jet fighter-bomber that is going to appear in the game with the release of the next major update “Ixwa Strike”.
The Ratel 90 is the fire support version of the Ratel family of South African wheeled ICVs, developed during the early 1970s for the SANDF. Soon, this deadly fast mover will join the ranks of the British ground forces tree as part of the brand new South African subtree, coming to War Thunder with the release of the next major update!