War Thunder la Royale Release date
The PlayStation 4 version’s cover art displayed the game’s visual appeal and provided a glimpse into the exhilarating action that gamers can expect. The “La Royale” Major Update Dev Server may close suddenly before the scheduled time. As a result, it is recommended that you optimize your gameplay during the opening window.
Here are several bugs that have been reported:
- New vehicles introduced in the update may have inaccuracies in their characteristics, armour, and weaponry settings.
- The armour model for new ground vehicles is currently a “work in progress” as adjustments and improvements are being made.
- Some of the new aircraft do not yet have cockpits implemented.
- Certain ground vehicles may lack a visible crew.
- There may be a lack of localization for specific equipment.
- Some events may not have sound effects.
- Specific aircraft may have inaccuracies in their Damage Model, such as missing fuel, oil, water leaks, and discrepancies in armour materials.
- The Su-25T still displays an incorrect green highlight mode in the Mercury targeting pod.
- The radar systems of the new aircraft are still under development.
- French ships currently use Late 298 as a placeholder for the scout plane.
- The scheme of armour and internal modules for the VBCI-2/MCT30 is not yet finalized.
The Dev Server is opening today, featuring the new War Thunder Major Update “La Royale”!
⏲ From: now
⏲ To: 07:00 GMT, June 1st
🤷♀️ How to join? Follow the link!
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War Thunder Game Play
War Thunder allows players to engage in combined arms engagements spanning air, land, and sea. The game has diverse vehicles, from pre-World War I ships to modern-day equipment. While the emphasis is on World War II, the Vietnam War, and the Cold War, players can also access vehicles from other battles.
Players can command aeroplanes, ground vehicles, and battleships from various nations, including significant powers such as the United States, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, and Japan. Smaller countries or those with a lower profile in hostilities, such as Italy, China, Sweden, and Israel, are also represented.
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Other countries such as Finland, South Africa, Australia, Canada, Turkey, Argentina, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Poland, and Romania are included in War Thunder as dedicated sub-trees within the research system or as premium vehicles that can be obtained with real money or in-game currency.