SU-57-2 SU-57-2 SU-57-2 SU-57-2 T-54 T-54

War Thunder Ground Forces - New tanks due for release in update 1.43

The famous T-54 of the 1947-48 variety. This was the first production mass release Soviet tank in the postwar years. It was developed between 1945 and 1946 on the principles of the hull , power train and a number of other technical solutions directly taken from the T-44 medium tank. It was adopted by the Soviet Army in 1946. In 1947-1949. three plants produced 713 T-54 tanks 1947-48 (the so-called first modification). The main armament was a 1 x 100 mm rifled gun (D-10T arr.1944) with 34 rounds.

The SU-57-2 was a Soviet self-propelled anti-aircraft vehicle based on the T-54 tank chasis. It was armed with two (57mm S-60) twin anti-aircraft autocannons.

The 57-2 was capable of hitting targets at ranges of up to four kilometers and had great mobility.

Flakpanzer IV Flakpanzer IV Flakpanzer IV  ZSU-37  ZSU-37  ZSU-37

War Thunder Ground Forces - New tanks due for release in update 1.43

Well known Flakpanzer IV ‘Wirbelwind’ was a self-propelled anti-aircraft gun based on the Panzer IV tank. It was developed in 1944 as a successor to the earlier self-propelled anti-aircraft gun Möbelwagen.

The ZSU-37 was based on the chassis of the SU-76M tank destroyer. It had open top turret and was armed with one 37 mm 61-K mod. 1939 anti-aircraft cannon. This was the first Soviet tracked AA vehicle. 75 vehicles were produced, but vehicle didn’t see any combat in World War II.

Flakpanzer V Flakpanzer V Flakpanzer V Marder III Marder III Marder III

War Thunder Ground Forces - New tanks due for release in update 1.43

Flakpanzer V “Coelian” – German SPAA prototype based on PzKpfw V «Panther» constructed bt Rheinmetall group. The vehicle was armed with  3,7 cm FlaK 43 L/89 that were mounted on a turret

Sd.Kfz.139 für 7,62cm PaK 36(r), Marder III - actively used on all fronts of the Second World War. Most of them on the Eastern Front. It was built as a makeshift tank destroyer. In all there were 344 units of this self-propelled unit built between 1942 and 1944. It was built on the chassis of the Czech-supplied panzer 38(t) which had largely become redundant in 1942. The Main armament was 7.62 cm PaK 36(r), a remachined cannon that was utilised from many captured Russian field guns (the Soviet 76.2 mm field gun).

Armored Warfare - PAX World Premier Public Gameplay Footage

This is the official footage from AW so worth taking a look, note its pretty much the same footage I have already posted previously but a bit nicer looking etc….

Also some comments below from AW taken from the facebook page:

The closed beta will start early next year in the first quarter of the year (January-March), so make sure to sign up over at Armoredwarfare.com

We have not yet revealed how customization will work in Armored Warfare and will reveal more information on this as we get closer to the beta!

Site Update

So I couldn’t recover any of the backgrounds I had saved up for the Wednesday Wallpaper when my computer crashed but have gone and found some more so I will be queuing them up for at least the next 12 months over the next few weeks so expect it to continue for the time being.

Still no clue on when I will start posting the videos on youtube, had to send the chip back to manufacturer for replacement and only got that back a week or so ago so need to complete the build of my new computer. Hopefully “touch wood” it all works and I can then put my focus back to creating some video content and make more of a focus on War Thunder Ground Forces as well.

Up to nearly 50 followers now which is exciting, otherwise not too much going on, I will be attending PAX in Melbourne in October so expect some updates on that as well.

Enjoy and follow ! ;)

Armored Warfare Pics from PAX Live Stream

Here are some pics from the livestream at PAX thanks to Comp4ny on the AW forum for these.

The screen is looking very busy indeed, but considering its still Alpha I guess we need to hold judgement for a bit longer. I still cant help but think it looks a little to “WOT-ISH”…