The cross-platform game is dedicated to the naval craft, aviation, and armored vehicles. War Thunder is set in the early 20th century to modern combat. Take part in notorious battles at sea, in the air, and on land.
- Free to play
- In-game tutorials
- Flying simulation game
- Rated T for Teen
- Create your profile
- Earn decals for achievements
- Other players can see achievements
- Over 1,900 vehicles and aircrafts
- Multi-platform game
- Three game modes
- Tournament play
- Massive multi-player capabilities
Three Game Modes
War Thunder, previously called War Planes, can be played in three game modes; arcade, simulation, and realistic. The arcade mode is fast-paced. The realistic battles are more slow-paced, and simulated battles are extremely slow-paced. Each game mode offers its objectives and rewards.
Special events are created by the developer and assigned to specific game modes. Examples of popular events include historical modes. For example, all aircraft are restricted to historical aircraft and vehicles in this type of event.
Available on Multiple Platforms
War Thunder can be played on a variety of devices and operating systems. War Thunder can be played on Mac, PC, Linux, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.
Competitive Tournament Play
The multi-player function of this game is endless. For this reason, there are routine tournaments. Tournaments are based on skill with no limits to how many you can enter. War Thunder broke the Guinness Book record for the most multi-players playing simultaneously during a tournament.
Tutorials are available for every stage of War Thunder. For example, gamers can choose tutorials for aviation, helicopters, ground vehicles, naval forces, in-game progression, and interface.
An anti-cheat system is integrated into War Thunder, which means no advantages are given to those trying to manipulate War Thunder.