War Thunder 1.87: MiG-19S, Germany’s first rank VI jet


Today we have some news for all you Germany fans out there. War Thunder has announced the first supersonic jet for the German tech tree: the MiG-19S, the upgraded variant of the MiG-19PT we have in-game currently. This plane offers improved speed and an increase in main armament calibre over the MiG-19PT. However, this plane will not come with an air to air missile capability which will be a disappointment to some players. Without further ado, let’s dive into its full specifications.


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Challenge on Wheels: Get the Panhard EBR 75


Get the first Premium wheeled vehicle for free! The Challenge on Wheels begins. Days of Premium Account, Credits, Equipment, Personal Reserves, Directives, and Consumables—you can earn all of these during the event. The main prize is the Tier VIII Premium Panhard EBR 75 FL 10 wheeled vehicle with a crew trained to 100% and the Brothers in Arms zero perk. Take on the challenge! You can read more at the portal here.

Supertest: Tiger II (H),


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In November 2016 the Tiger II P was put into supertest. At that time it was intended as a tech tree tank but promptly shelved. Now it is back in supertest but as the Tiger II (H) a tier VII premium. We have the stat screens for then and now (click to open in a new tab).

Tiger II (P)

Tiger II (H)

We also have some in the wild screen caps.

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WoT: Micropatch 1.4_2

Banner patch

For RU and EU so far.

Down times.

  • For RU. February 19 Game servers (except RU3) and clan portal will be unavailable from 7:00 to 7:45 (MSK).
  • For EU: The World of Tanks servers will be unavailable on 19.02.2019 from 04:00 – 04:45 CET due to this update. Clan Portal will be unavailable from 04:00 CET till 04:45 CET 19.02.2019.

Fixes: Will fix some technical errors.

War Thunder 1.87: Sea Hawk FGA.6


Hello everyone, today is a good day for War Thunder news as we have been given another devblog. Today’s sneak peek is a new Fleet Air Arm addition to the British Aviation tree in the form of the Sea Hawk FGA.6, a ground attack variant of the Hawker Sea Hawk that was introduced to the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm in 1953. A mighty fine looking aircraft, it will come in at Rank V and give the British Tree a decent ground attack that it has been missing for some time.


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