Trophies and Rewards in Naval Battles
Unlike air and ground battles, destroying a naval unit requires more effort and time. This feature of naval battles caused us to rework the existing trophy system. The more damage you do to your enemy, the better the reward will be.
Siebelfähre SF 40 Schwere
Conceived as a makeshift landing craft intended to be used for the planned naval invasion of Britain, the Siebelfähre was a modular German transport barge, often equipped with heavy weaponry, tasked with assisting landing troops. Aspiring captains will have the opportunity to command the intimidating Siebelfähre in the upcoming closed beta testing of War Thunder’s naval forces!
LCS (L)(3): Mighty Midget
An American artillery vessel available in the navy closed beta test. Armed with a 76 mm cannon and an excellent set of auto cannons, her dense fire literally chews up small ships and aircraft!
USS Trenton: The Royal Rescuer
USS Trenton is one of the ten American Omaha-class light cruisers constructed during the interwar period and will be among the first light cruisers to set sail under the banner of the U.S. Navy in the upcoming closed testing for War Thunder’s naval battles.
Emden Light Cruiser: For a New War
The Emden light cruiser was the first large military ship built in Germany after World War I. Currently, she is the most powerful German vessel in the War Thunder closed beta fleet test.
Z20 Karl Galster
Some time ago, we presented the Type 1936 class destroyer of the German Kriegsmarine and subsequently added it to the closed testing of War Thunder’s naval forces. Today, we would like to present to you the Z20 Karl Galster, the only survivor of her class that went on to serve even after the war had ended.
USS Cowell (DD-547): Vulture Hunter
The USS Cowell (DD-547) is a Fletcher-class destroyer that served initially under the banner of the U.S. Navy throughout the second half of WW2 and into the 1950s.
The first Light Cruisers in War Thunder
The first two models of light cruisers presented in War Thunder are the British HMS Enterprise, an Emerald-class light cruiser, and the Italian Giussano-class light cruiser Bartolomeo Colleoni.
Naval Test pre-beta testing schedule
From 12:00 GMT on the 13th of April, until 07:00 GMT on the 16th of April Naval Battle testing will be available for all who purchased Naval packs!