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Future Technology event still on for War Thunder

future technology event still on for war thunder in linux gaming mac and windows pc

Future Technology event still on for War Thunder in Linux gaming, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to the continuing efforts of Gaijin Entertainment. Which releases the event via Steam and the official website.

The Future Technology event for the military online action War Thunder is still going. While giving players the chance to get new but rare vehicles until the 12th of April. The prizes are: the Soviet SU-76D SPG, the Japanese JDS Yūgure destroyer, and the US XM8 light tank. As well as an early version of the German F-4F fighter jet.

Future Technology is a crafting event where players participate in regular War Thunder battles. Then gather resources, ammunition, and blueprints that are essential to build a futuristic Minotaur tank. These Minotaur tanks can also be exchanged for the four new rare vehicles mentioned above.

The SU-76D was an experimental tank destroyer with a low silhouette. An including features of armor plates and a diesel engine. Which is a product of the Soviet engineers during World War II. But was not used in serial production because of the problems with the locally produced and amply powerful diesel engine.

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Yūgure was originally a Fletcher class US destroyer that Japan received at the end of 1950’s. So it was modified and used as an anti-submarine and training vessel. Five dual 40mm Bofors cannons allow Yūgure to easily take care of any smaller vessels and aircraft.

The XM8 AGS was a test unit American light tank. Developed in the early 1990’s in an effort to replace the Army’s outdated M551 Sheridan tanks. But only prototypes of this machine exist. The 105 mm XM35 rifled cannon and a 550 hp diesel engine give XM8 enough firepower and mobility. There is an option to install additional composite screens onto the vehicle. Also enhancing its protection.

The F-4F was the export version of the famous Phantom fighter jet for the German Air Force. It’s almost as powerful as the original US variant. The pilot is free to choose from a variety of weapons. So, bombs up to 2,000 pounds, Mighty Mouse and Zuni rockets. Plus a 20mm Vulcan gunpods and three modifications of the deadly Sidewinder air to air missiles. These include AIM-9B FGW-2, AIM-9E, and AIM-9J.

Future Technology event

The Future Technology event is available until April 12th. So you can play now via Linux gaming, Mac, and Windows PC. Which is available on both Steam and the official website.

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