Military Traffic Code Contest - winners
Every driver knows that red means stop, but what about you tankers and pilots – do you obey the traffic rules? The only thing we know for sure is this: whoever’s heaviest wins. Now it’s time to announce the winners of our Traffic Code contest!
WW2 Chronicles vehicles: Matilda MK-2 F-96: A Soviet Lady
The British Matilda tank was acquired by the Soviet Union through the Lend-Lease program, and a range of issues was discovered in the first batches, including a very weak tank gun. Soviet engineers resolved to equip this “capricious” English tank with something better.
About the development of Naval Forces in War Thunder
Today we would like to shed some light on the Naval battles development process and to tell you about the problems we have faced and how we have solved them. We would also like to share our plans for the future in Naval development.
Thunder Show: Wings of war
It's time for your weekly episode of the Thunder Show! Enjoy our selection of epic and humorous Community videos of the week.
WW2 Chronicles vehicles: The PV-2 Harpoon
The PV-2 Harpoon is no PT boat, as the name would usually suggest, but a significantly redesigned Lockheed Ventura - a very popular and well known twin engined medium bomber used in a massive numbers towards the end of the World War 2.
The Shooting Range Ep. 41
You are watching The Shooting Range – a weekly show for all tankers, airmen and aspiring Captains in War Thunder.
War Thunder Wiki: Matchmaking
Matchmaking is one of the core components for every battle. It selects the players, balances the teams and creates an even match for everyone based on a number of calculations. Today, we would like to explain and break down the math and science behind how the matchmaker works as well as what factors influence it.
Revenue Share program - the Ta 154A-1, another success story
The T 154A-1 premium German twin-engine rank III interceptor was created by two of our players, Vitaly “NovA29R” Vostokov and Michael “__StrafeMike__” Ioannidis, and this aircraft has already been fully appreciated by tens of thousands of pilots.