Minefield Ahead! Try out the VS-8!
Insidious traps, equally dangerous for fast boats and for huge cruisers - naval mines! Today War Thunder commanders have a chance to learn more about a potential enemy weapon.
Naval forces for all players and CBT of the Royal Navy!
With the release of update 1.83 “Masters Of The Sea”, fleets in War Thunder will go into the OBT stage and will become available for all players! From now on, every daredevil will be able to try on the commander's tunic and lead their ship into battle!
HMS Grafton (H89): The spirit of self-sacrifice
HMS Grafton is a G-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy during the 1930s, which saw limited action in the early stages of WW2 before meeting her fate. The destroyer HMS Grafton will await all aspiring captains in the CBT of War Thunder’s Royal Navy !
Flower-class Corvette: The Convoy Guardian
The Flower-class is a British WW2-era corvette, designed specifically to escort Atlantic convoys and protect them from German U-boats. HMCS Brantford will soon be available in the game as part of the CBT of the Royal naval forces!
Naval mines in War Thunder
We are excited to introduce a new armament type for Naval battles in War Thunder - naval mines and in this devblog we will describe using them in game.
HMCS Haida - Commonwealth Veteran
HMCS Haida is a Tribal-class destroyer of the Royal Canadian Navy, which served not only through WW2, but also took part in actions in the Korean War.
SGB 304 Grey Fox: Old Technology, New Era
The Steam Gunboat (SGB) is a steam-powered British WW2 gunboat, developed to combat the German S-Boat threat. War Thunder captains will have the chance to command this highly interesting vessel during the CBT of the Royal Naval forces!
HMAS Nepal (G25): Air Raid Survivor
HMAS Nepal is a British N-class destroyer which served with the Royal Australian Navy in WW2 and operated primarily in the Indian Ocean and Pacific. HMAS Nepal will be available to all Testers in the CBT of the Royal Naval forces in War Thunder.