Leclerc S1 - La République’s Finest
The Leclerc S1 is the first production model of the French main battle tank, developed during the 1980s as a replacement for the outdated AMX-30. Soon, French tankers will have the chance to get their hands on one of the most requested additions to War Thunder, arriving at long last with the upcoming update 1.89!
World War Mode - Development Interview
In this interview, Dmitry Gordeyev, the game designer and creator of the new World War mode, who overseen so many closed tests with you, will tell us about the most important and interesting features in the mode, starting with the very basics.
Kuma: The Fighting Bear
Kuma is the lead ship of her class of five light cruisers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy in the late 1910s and early 1920s. The Kuma-class will be the first light cruiser vessel awaiting captains in the highly anticipated Japanese naval forces tree, coming to War Thunder with update 1.89!
The Japanese Fleet in War Thunder: Pre-orders for the PG 02 and Kiyoshimo
Warriors! In the next major update we will introduce the Japanese Naval research tree - Over 20 vessels, from torpedo boats to destroyers and cruisers.
VFW: German Ballista
The VFW was an experimental German heavy SPAAG, developed and tested in the later stages of WW2. Although the project was eventually abandoned, War Thunder players will have the chance to obtain this unforgiving tier III German heavy-hitter as part of the upcoming ”Battlefield Engineer” event!
Merkava Mk.1: Chariot of Fire
The Merkava Mk.1 is the first MBT developed and built by Israel for use by its own armed forces. You will be able to get this long awaited famous MBT as one of the main prizes for the American tech tree in the upcoming ”Battlefield Engineer” event!
The big submarine chasers of Project 122bis: bombs away!
The big submarine chasers of Project 122bis are an upgraded version of the submarine chasers of Project 122. In addition to enhanced anti-air weapons, the ship has received a bomb rocket launcher for destroying submarines.