War Thunder ‘Sky Guardians’ Update Contains Jets, First Ever French Naval Units, Ejection Seats, and Brand-New Maps
War Thunder ‘Sky Guardians’ Update Contains Jets, First Ever French Naval Units, Ejection Seats, and Brand-New Maps.
MMOBEEP found out that War Thunder has added some Brand-new jets, anti-aircraft systems, and the first-ever French naval ships in its newest update. In addition, the Sky Guardians update adds Brand-new aviation effects, ejection features, and maps.
Although the vehicles and anti-aircraft systems are the more striking parts of the update, there are some Brand-new and improved features, updates, and other modifications to check out. For example, ejection features are here, indicating planes can now have ejection seats. If you shoot a plane, the visuals will change now. You may see the pilot get ejected from the cockpit and, possibly, the pilot parachuting down. Other modifications to the physical characteristics of flight touch up some things and add authenticity.
Some of the underlined Brand-new options comprise the Soviet Yak-141 VTOL fighter. In addition, there are Brand-new aviation units, Brand-new ground vehicles, and the USA AH-6M “Little Bird” helicopter.
War Thunder’s first two French naval ships are the Duguay-Trouin cruiser and Aigle, the destroyer. These two will be open to purchase, and the whole French Navy tech tree will enter closed testing in one of the forthcoming patches. However, if you purchase one of the brand-new French ships, you’ll get a guaranteed invite to that closed beta test.
In addition to the French naval ships, eight extra naval units are being added.
When you have all of these Brand-new vehicles and changes, you must have someplace to use them. Therefore, this patch has a Brand-new winter version of the Seversk map. In addition, ground Strike “Mountain Valleys” in Pyrenees, a Brand-new location, and Ground Strike in Sinai also enter this patch. There are also a few Brand-new RB missions for aircraft.
Look at War Thunder for the full details on New Additions.