Ground Vehicles

  • HOT-2 ATGM — the explosive type has been changed from HTA to octol. Source: Comité pour L'histoire de L'armament Terrestre, période 1945-1975, DGA.
  • BMD-4 — a bug which caused all 100mm shells to show in the X-ray even when they have been spent has been fixed. (Report).
  • 2S25— a bug which caused the “Tracks” module description to include some of the properties of the “Brake System” module has been fixed. (Report).
  • Leopard 2A4, Leopard 2A5, Leopard 2A6, Leopard 2A7V, Strv 122A, Strv 122B PLSS, Strv 122B+ — a bug which caused the amount of shrapnel when penetrating the front of the hull to be low has been fixed. (Report).
  • Fox – the NVD modification has been removed. In future, NVD modifications will no longer be added on vehicles with a low Battle Rating.


  • HOT-2, HOT-3 ATGMs — the explosive type has been changed from HTA to octol. Source: Comité pour L'histoire de L'armament Terrestre, période 1945-1975, DGA.
  • F-1 — Removed the ability to use the AIM-9B. Added the ability to use 2x AIM-9E without researching any modifications.
  • Su-22M3 — added R-60M and the modification to use them.
  • MiG-21bis, MiG-21bis-SAU (Germany), MiG-21bis-SAU (Italy), MiG-21bis (Sweden) — the 2x R-13M1 missiles available without researching any modifications have been replaced with 2x R-60M / R-60MK.
  • MiG-23M, MiG-23MF (Germany), MiG-23MF (Italy) — the 2x R-13M1 missiles available without researching any modifications have been replaced with 2x R-60M / R-60MK.

Naval Vessels

  • IJN Mutsu — the missing thickness of armor shields of secondary guns has been corrected (set to 38.1 mm).
  • HMS Dreadnought, HMS Colossus, HMS Invincible — the amount of explosive filler in the 305mm Mark VIa shell has been reduced from 12.4 kg to 12 kg. (Report). Source: ADM 186/167 Shell Committee: Interim report


  • Incorrect behavior (flying, spinning) of trees after being hit by ground vehicles at high speed has been fixed.


  • Unintended available positions on rocks near the central capture point on the Northern team side in the Sands of Sinai location at grid squares C5/C6 have been blocked.
  • Unintended avaialble positions on rocks near the lower part of the Sinai location at grid squares C1/D1 have been blocked.


  • A bug which sometimes caused the siren sound to not play when a nuclear carrying aircraft spawned has been fixed. (Report).


  • A bug, which caused the “spades” icon to be erroneously shown when automatically buying modifications with the modifications window closed has been fixed. (Report).
  • A bug, which caused the controversial message about both failed and successful activation of an order to appear when activating an order has been fixed.
  • A bug which allowed the wishlist to be opened while in battle which caused the hangar interface to appear and prevented further gameplay has been fixed. (Report).


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.


Really nice to see the completely unnecessary and unexplained uptier of the Type 81(C) to 11.3 go through.


Why has the VEAK 40 lost it’s HE-VT round?


finally the L26 for the challenger ds :)


finally leopards will do atleast some spall lmao


It’s 7.7 now so it goes into this lineup:


1.Why did the VEAK40 directly remove the proximity fuse instead of raising his BR like the M247, and whether he was really a usable anti-aircraft gun with the rate of fire of the Bofors 40mm gun。
2.Also, why the new weighting adjustments don’t stretch the weights, but instead compress them, causing the environment of some vehicles to deteriorate even more?
3.Why didn’t the German su22UM3K get the R60MK, he is now the only attack aircraft that does not have the R10.7M among the three su22
4.I’ve been looking forward to the WarThunder vehicle weight stretch, and the maximum weight of the Land Combat top vehicle should be stretched to a minimum of 12.0 instead of the current 11.7
5.Is it really fair to the fact that some countries, especially Italy and Israel, are still not getting effective anti-aircraft vehicles?



I thought this change was cancelled @Smin1080p?


A well executed update.


It’s a shame they totally forgot about most nations when It comes to moving down Korean era aircraft


Or they could have nerfed the itpsv 90

What nerf exactly? Even without APDS it would be 8.3 like the ZA-35


is it also planned to remove the NVD modules already on vehicles with lower BR that can’t get into night battles?

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Ouch! for those naval BR changes…

Lower BR vessels going up, higher BRs going down so 4.0-6.0 becomes even more compressed and as a result doesn’t appear to resolve the underlying issue at all.


I’m looking at Italian rank V of the air TT and it looks quite weird that G.91R/1 is 0.3 higher than CL-13 mk.4 and MiG-15bis.


They could have given the finish ZSU-57-2 a proxy round and moved it to 8.0 (like the Chinese WZ305) and it would go into the lineup the VEAK now post change does. Then kept the proxy on VEAK 40 and moved it to 9.0 (like the M247) and it could have gone into the 9.3 lineup.
(plus or minus 0.3 depending on comparative abilities to the two, i don’t know enough to make a confident statement on BR)

Or better idea: Introduce the Finnish prototype ZSU-57-2M that upgraded it with radar and proxy rounds.


You have added R-60M not R-60MK to SU22


Wikipedia lists a ZSU-57-2M but I’m not sure if it’s real.

Lmao, the M18 is facing 7.0s now.

I’m glad I spaded my American and Chinese ones before this.


@Stona_WT why doesn’t the Su-22UM3K get the R-60MK?

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