Gaijin Entertainment announced that their military MMO War Thunder is now available on Steam. In addition to War Thunder being available on Steam for free, Gaijin Entertainment released a very special content pack exclusively for Steam called the War Thunder Steam Pack.
Anton Yudintsev, CEO of Gaijin Entertainment, said:
“Earlier this year, the amazing community on Steam was gracious enough to support War Thunder and help get us approved. Even though War Thunder currently has more than 3 million players in Open Beta, the best way to achieve success in the PC gaming industry is to have the support of the Steam community and we are glad to be a part of it. We look forward to growing the War Thunder brand and Steam is the next important step in this process.”
The War Thunder Steam pack includes:
-For Steam only: P-36A “Hawk” fighter of lieutenant Philip M Rasmussen, one of the few American pilots who managed to take off to protect Pearl Harbor from furious attacks of Japanese planes.
-Two premium airplanes: XP-38G and A6M5 Ko “Zero”.
-Two single player campaigns: USA Pacific Campaign and Japanese Pacific Campaign that will let players experience the battles at the Pacific during 1941-1943.
-Premium account for a 30 days and 1700 Golden Eagles (in-game premium currency)
War Thunder is currently in open beta, giving gamers a unique opportunity to take part in the project.
In addition, War Thunder is under development for the PS4.
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