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Research, purchase, crew training costs and other related parameters for vehicles have been changed (tablesheet with the main parameters).


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All economy indicators for vehicles will be changed according to rank.

Ground forces tech tree changes:

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  • USA:
    • M15A1 CGMC — moved to rank II.
    • M19 — moved to rank III.
  • Germany:
    • Begleitpanzer 57 and TAM — moved to another research branch, after SPz BMP-1.
    • RakJPz 2 and RakJPz 2 (HOT) — moved to another research branch, after Jagdtiger.
  • Italy:
    • 90/53 M41M - moved before 75/46 M43.
    • 75/46 M43 - has been positioned out of the group.
    • 105/25 M43 and 75/34 M43 have been grouped.
  • USSR:
    • Т-55A and T-62 — switched places.
    • Т-62 and T-62M-1 — have been grouped.
    • BMP-3 and Object 685 — moved to rank VI.
    • KV-2 (1939) — moved out of the group, now located before the KV-1S — moved to rank II.
    • SU-76М - moved to rank I, ahead of the ZiS-30.
    • SU-152 - location moved after the SU-85 and before the SU-85M.
    • ISU-152 - moved to rank III and grouped with the SU-152
  • China
    • SU-76М (China) - moved to rank I, ahead of the LVT(ZiS-2).
  • Japan:
    • Ho-Ro - moved to rank I.

Aviation tech trees changes:

  • USA:
    • SB2U-2 and SB2U-3 — have been grouped.
    • A-26B-10 and A-26B-50 — have been grouped.
  • Germany:
    • Ta 152 H-1 and Ta 152 C-3 — have been grouped.
    • Me 410 A-1/U4 and Me 410 B-2/U4 — have been grouped.
    • He 111 H-16 — have been moved to rank II.
    • Do 217 K-1 and Do 217 M-1 — have been grouped.
  • USSR:
    • IL-10 and IL-10 (1946) — have been grouped.
    • Yak-9UT and Yak-3U — switched places.
  • France:
    • D.500 and D.501 — have been grouped.

Navy tech tree changes:

  • Germany:
    • MZ1 and Jaguar-Klasse (140) — switched places.
  • Italy:
    • VAS 201 and MS-15 — switched places.
    • MV-611 and MS-472 — switched places.

Ground forces SB setup changes:

  • Setup 1_5
    • Removed: T18E2, Т-126
    • Added: 75/18 M41, 75/32 M41
  • Setup 2_5
    • Removed: Mk.VIA AA, T18E2, Panzerjäger I, M14/41, 47/32 L40, 75/18 M41, 75/32 M41
    • Added: 15 cm Pz.W.42, T 34 747 (r), 75/34 M43, 105/25 M43, M43 'G.C.Leoncello', M4 Hybrid
  • Setup 3_5
    • Removed: ZSD63, M4A2 (USSR), Т-50, 75/34 M42
      • Added: T18E2, 75/46 M43
  • Setup 8_5
    • Respawn point costs for heavy tanks have been increased to 450 RP.
  • Setup 8_2_5
    • Removed: Object 906, Т-10
  • Setup 10_5
    • Removed: Centurion Action X, Begleitpanzer 57, Swingfire, M247, M60A3 TTS
  • A bug has been fixed in air SB, where a player might have an aircraft in a slot that can not be used in current session due to its BR being higher than the minimal permitted.

The current provided changelog reflects the major changes within the game as part of this Update. Some updates, additions and fixes may not be listed in the provided notes. War Thunder is constantly improving and specific fixes may be implemented without the client being updated.

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The Focke Wulf Fw 190 first went into battle in the summer of 1941. It was a highly advanced aircraft for it’s time and was given the nickname ‘Würger’ (Shrike), it was nicknamed 'The Butcher Bird' because of its killing ability. The aircraft had speed and durability as its main strengths.

The Fw 190 was conceived in 1937 , the first prototype flew in June 1939. The aircraft was all metal with a stressed all-duralumin skin. The undercarriage was wide-tracked, which gave the Fw 190 much greater stability compared to the Bf 109 and allowed it to take off and land on runways that other German fighters such as the Bf 109 found difficult.

The first tests of the aircraft were in 1940 and few problems were discovered. The only real criticism that the pilots had was that the plane did not have sufficient firepower. The first combat model had a top speed of 388 mph from its 1600 hp engine. The first record of combat was with Spitfires in June 1941 where the Fw 190 performed well though the pilots complained of a lack of firepower. This criticism led to the Mk II version, which had two wing-mounted synchronised 20mm cannon and two MG 17 guns. The Mk II version had a top speed of 382 mph. This armament and speed made it a match for the Mk V Spitfire that was in service then.

Fw 190 in an American fighter's sightA US captured FW190

The Fw 190 had many variants that carried torpedoes, bombs, rockets, more powerful gun platforms and it was used as a guide system for the unmanned drone (Ju88) filled with explosives known as the Mistel. The introduction of the Mk IX Spitfire forced the designers of the Fw 190 to increase its speed even more. This resulted in the Fw 190D – 9’s which first saw service in September 1944. This variant had a larger nose that housed a larger, more powerful Junkers Jumo engine that produced 1,770 hp. Another version of the Fw 190D was the Ta 152 – the Ta being in recognition of Kurt Tank who was the guiding light for the whole Fw 190 design programme. The Ta 152H-1 had a maximum speed of 472 mph at 41,000 feet and was armed with one 30-mm and two 20-mm guns. However, the war ended before this variant could really prove itself in battle.

By the end of World War Two, 20,087 Fw 190’s had been built. At its height, 22 Fw 190’s were being produced in a day. Some German aces – Otto Kittel, Walter Nowotny and Hermann Graf among them – made over 100 kills in a Fw 190. When the war in Europe ended, the Luftwaffe had 1,612 Fw 190’s of which 809 were ground attack versions.

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