The Shooting Range 116. In this episode:
• One step ahead: gathering and analyzing combat intel;
• A titan of the age that never was: the story of the Me.163;
• Hotline: the developers answer questions that you’ve left in the comments!
• But first, let’s start with The Warrior tracked armoured vehicle — the British take on the APC/IFV formula!
Here is a challenge for you. Run a 163 out of fuel and then land it with the gear down on the runway. No brakes, and evidently no friction to slow the thing down. It only stops when it hits terrain well past the runway.
I really like the tank for the Brittany which is actually and altering amphibian and carried by the ships that launched the amphibians and launched tank on Normandy Beach. The only problem this is still a lot of game issues. A lot of people are having the same issues as me. When you try to anyone at Target it gets bad because your tank is going to try to destroy a building while you're aiming at a tank. Airplanes get hot and crash easily. When are you guys going to be able to strengthen the endgame when you're playing. I mean get it fixed?
Attempt #11 For the Italians, could you please add the CV-33. It would be an excellent counterpart to the American M2A2, and just have it be a reserve tier, or even a special even vehicle. Now that i got that out of the way, how about you do something about Parts and FPE making them more reachable in all tiers, and remove the rp cap when you dont have a premium account. I'm here to play War thunder, not Grind Thunder
Y'all realize that, despite Gaijin being a russian originated company, communism is basically "everything is free" and Soviet Union was like that before, but nothing in this game is free.
War Thunder is like the most capitalistic game ever, nothing is free, at all.
Could you guys remove the RP cap or whatever it is that is holding back the RP gains in tank RB?
Also, please improve the earnings on the leo a1a1 l44 and t55 to match it with the XM 1 :D
Maybe the repair costs of the m1 IP and the regular m1 could be lowered a bit, since, tbh, they die rather easily.
Because you have so many tier 4 -6 tanks and tier 5 planes (which is great) the grind is getting painful (which is not so great).
There are somethings you need to play the game and when it take 100 games to get parts and FPE then we will bring it to your attention that we are not happy with the way it is.
If you do not want to "give" these parts and FPE then then would you consider giving a nurfed version of them to start with?
I was playing a battle with a brand new boat and was having an awesome time owning the other team. The someone started a fire with a lucky shot. I got two more frags with it. But as soon as the fire started I thought "This has ended the fun". Even though this was a tier 2 boat and the parts and FPE would be unlocked quickly, it left me discouraged.
I then remembered why I do not play high tier tanks and wondered how many other people are not playing them now. I find it interesting you continue to make high tier tanks, that seemed to be almost all you did for the last patch, when the grind is torture and getting parts and FPE is painful.
It is like the tank is not even worth playing as it cannot compete with partially upgraded tanks and premiums, let alone fully upgraded tanks.
I think the choices you are making is to the determent of the life of this game and because I like this game I hope you will reconsider.
Thank you for reading my concerns
me and the rest of the warthunder community kindly ask that you listen to our requests and not blow them off. I understand you need money to survive but there are plenty of ways you could get around that. If you were to listen to our requests, the player base could begin the grow even more, your steam ratings would even out, and you could be above any of your competitors(Hopefully). Or, you could kill your own game... your choice!
gaijin i love your game but please fix the damage models for bombers as they are unplayable. 1 30mm or 20mm round and any bomber will lose is tail or wing which is not correct at all. this happens every time and right before i typed this i was in a b17g and
my tail was cut off by a very short 335 burst
seems like Philippino girls are good at things
more or less decent country (the chinese was making it or those who make the chinese)
1 second ago
stop all malicious activity on oceania polinesia micronesia and the like
no cannibalism allowed also native americans
they have some war so need to recruit some people to spread the message
No use putting boat, helicopter, flying saucer. Must fix the problems and the unrealistic system .50 usa, p47 is plane to retarded, it's just hold the trigger and kill. Miss the hope of new players, not everyone who believes in this fairy tale, say that this is normal and balanced, only half a dozen dumbass who believes it.
while the forum post was good, I didn't feel it addressed the main concern with Parts and FPE. I've refrained from playing ground forces for over 2 months simply because I cannot stand grinding out vehicles stock anymore. In all the tiers I've played a tank without parts or FPE is functionally useless. And once in higher tiers it becomes downright impossible. The repair cost of high br tanks combined with lack repair/ FPE makes the grind unsustainable to acquire such modifications. I found even paying for premium, didn't help. So, I only play custom games, spending no money on the game, because Parts and FPE has to be fixed.
Where do you draw the line between an acceptable prototype, and an unacceptable "paper" plane? For example, would a Dewoitine D.551 be acceptable to enhance the lacking French fighter tree, or is it not enough to make it into the game?
Can we have a debate that won't be deleted about the rp cap, how broken air rb has become, how there seems to be more important making new stuff instead of fixing what already is in the game, I understand gaijin needs to make money as a company, but unless hype trains and money grabs hurts the games quality and when some parts of the existing game is not taken care of people get pissed. Also ground forces are way too hard to grind, even if you do have prem. account and a prem. vehicle, also Shawn is very annoying, and I get why the stream was deleted, but the deleting of comments I saw during the entire stream and all those chat bans. Do Gaijin seriously think that is how to deal with bad pr on the internet? Consorship might he worked well in Soviet Russia, but it does not on the internet today, when they don't control more than their own domains.
Is Gaijin planning on adding the ability to put decals on the helmets of crew and pilots? Like "Make love not war" for example, on the helmet of an M18 tank commander.
Or some sort of decal on the helmets of the new helicopter pilots.
Vibration for planes doesnt work since last update on xbox. I cant report on forumn under xbox without a pc account. Xbox controller has such great vibration for this game, please fix thank you! I really miss WEP vibrate!
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