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- Japanese Pacific Campaign War Thunder
- War Thunder Pacific Campaign
- War Thunder Japanese Pacific Campaign
War Thunder by Gaijin Ent. This is Part 1 - The Attack on Pearl Harbor (Return to Oahu mission) American side of the Pacific Campaign. War Thunder is a free-to-play, free-to-download game. So, on the Gaijin Store there are currently two historical campaign packs on sale, the U.S. And Japanese Pacific Campaign packs. Each contain a premium vehicle, 850 eagles, and 15 days of premium for $14.99. Two Single-Player campaigns: USA Pacific Campaign (1941-1943) + Japanese Pacific Campaign (1941-1943) Premium Account for one month. 1700 Golden Eagles. Actually worth $30, it may be a good addition to grind through the Japanese Tec-tree as the A6M5 Ko premium bonus fully ranging from Tier I-V, though it's a plane one have to be able to handle. War Thunder - Japanese Pacific Campaign steam key free is now available on SteamUnlock.info. Free Steam Keys! FREE STEAM GAMES. Free games to download.
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About War Thunder – Japanese Pacific Campaign cd key freeThis Pack includes:
- A6M5 Ko (Rank 4 Japan);
- 850 Golden Eagles;
- Premium account for 15 days;
- Japanese Pacific Campaign.
The A6M5 Ko. was one of the latest and the most advanced models of the legendary Zero naval fighter, that struck fear in the hearts of US pilots during the early stages of WWII. It was the fastest A6M5 modification with a top speed of 565 km/h, but with the same agility as earlier models. It also has more precise two 20-mm cannons with increased ammo count. No other plane can turnfight a Zero successfully in the game apart from biplanes, so in horizontal maneuvers the A6M5 Ko has no rival.
This campaign, based upon historical events, allows you to fight as a pilot in the Imperial Japanese Air Forces against the U.S. Navy in the battles of the Pacific Theatre.
All premium vehicles allow you to earn increased Research Points and Silver Lions for each battle and comes furnished with all available modifications.
With a Premium account (also purchasable in the game for Golden Eagles) you will earn more Research Points and Silver Lions during each battle for a set amount of days. This is cumulative with bonuses from premium vehicles!
War Thunder - Japanese Pacific Campaign Download Free Download
- Refund is not provided if you purchase 2 different packs which include the same vehicle or you already have the vehicle from this pack!
- Available for Linux, Windows and Mac only. You cant activate this item for the PSN or Xbox Live account.
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Japanese Pacific Campaign War ThunderSource: Source
- OS: Windows Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: 2,2 GHz
- Memory: 4GB (Windows Vista/7/8/10)
- Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 / AMD Radeon 46XX / NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 (The minimum supported resolution for the game is 720p)
- Hard Drive: 12 GB HD space
- Other Requirements: Broadband Internet connection
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From 15:00 GMT 4th of June to 15:00 GMT 5th of June
30% on SL gain in the [Special] Midway (RB and SB)
34% discount on the purchase of advanced set 'Pacific Ocean'
This package includes the XP-38G aircraft and A6M5 Ko, two single-player campaign 'Pacific campaign for the U.S. (1941-1943) and' The Pacific Campaign for Japan (1941-1943) ', month premium account and 5000 Golden Eagles.
| Douglas SBD-5 Dauntlesses in tricolor scheme from USS Yorktown|
War Thunder Pacific Campaign
Taking its name from lying roughly at the midpoint between Asia and North American, Midway Island was of great strategic significance as a staging area for military forces. A Japanese plan to invade the US held Midway Island was accelerated by the impact of the Doolittle Raid, although elements of Japanese Command voiced a preference to isolate and neutralize Australia first.
The Japanese plan was to lure the US Pacific Fleet out and into combat where it would be destroyed by the forces of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Vice Admiral Chuichi Nagumo’s First Air Fleet would support an amphibious assault against the island whilst the majority of the Japanese force would fall under the command of Admiral Yamamoto, some 300 miles behind Nagumo’s force. Simultaneously, a plan was drawn up for an attack against the Aleutians. Many officers involved in the execution of the plan objected to its complexity and the lack of experienced aircrew, but they were overruled. The main carrier strike force of six Japanese aircraft carriers – two destined for the Aleutians - set sail in May 1942, completely oblivious to the fact that Japanese codes had been deciphered by US Naval Intelligence, and Admiral Nimitz was well aware of the entire plan.
The Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu burning and sinking
Premium chess online. Ignoring the attacks on the Aleutians on June 3rd, the US Navy had concentrated its assets on and around Midway. Whilst the first wave of some 100 Japanese naval aircraft attacked Midway’s defences on June 4th, shore based aircraft of the US Navy and US Army Air Force struck the Japanese carriers, but with limited success thanks largely to the concentrated screens of AA fire and Zero fighters. A second wave of Japanese aircraft were being ranged on deck when a strike force of over 150 carrierborne US naval aircraft attacked.
The low flying American torpedo bombers were devastated by AA fire and Zeros with 35 of the 41 Douglas Devastators being shot down, but this allowed a clearer run for the Dauntless dive bombers. The carriers Akagi, Kaga and Soryu were set ablaze by accurate bombing from the US naval aviators, so much so that all three carriers had to be abandoned. The coordination of the attack was perfect – in just four minutes the Dauntless dive bombers had halved the Japanese aircraft carrier strength in the entire region.
USS Yorktown (CV-5) is hit on the port side
War Thunder Japanese Pacific Campaign
A retaliatory strike by Japanese carrier aircraft caused severe damage to the carrier USS Yorktown, which was struck by three 500 pound bombs dropped by the 8 D3A ‘Val’ bombers which managed to penetrate the defensive screen. Effective damage control and prompt action by the crew managed to save the stricken carrier, but a second strike delivered a further three bombs and two torpedo hits and Yorktown was abandoned. The desperate fighting between the two carrier forces continued when another American attack caught the carrier Hiryu preparing to launch its own strike force, together with aircraft which had survived from the other carriers. Dauntlesses from USS Enterprise and Hornet scored four direct hits and four near misses, setting fire to the aviation fuel supplies. At 0900 the next day, the Hiryu sank.
The Battle of Midway was fought from June 3rd to June 7th, but it was the desperate actions on June 4th which turned the tide of the Pacific War to favour the United States. The Japanese navy had lost 2280 men, 258 aircraft and four carriers. Midway is largely credited as the first major naval battle fought entirely by naval air power, and further proof that the aircraft carrier had now replaced the battleship as the chief weapon of a modern fleet.