Update 2.0.13 will allow players to take part in the secret tests of the Horten Ho 229!
Externally, a very impressive aircraft, constructed according to the "flying wing" scheme, which can boast more than a great exterior. The fantastic speed performance and powerful boost allow it to move swiftly around the battlefield and quickly change altitude range. A pair of long-range 30 mm guns make this warbird a perfect hunter of almost any target — its sniper fire allows it to destroy even a bomber in one pass.
To add the Horten Ho 229 to your Hangar, you need to complete missions for the special operation order. You can activate this order for free in the Supply Service.
You can activate the operation order until June 30, 2019 (22:00 CEST, UTC +2)
Operation order missions can be performed until July 2, 2019 (22:00 CEST, UTC +2)
30 missions are already waiting for you. Complete them and receive not only the Ho 229, but also an exclusive decoration set (paint scheme, nose art, emblem) for your new warbird.
Those who don't have time to fulfill the order's conditions in the allotted time can resume an operation order without losing its progress using tokens.
Players who complete all the missions and add this unique German fighter to their Hangar will receive a unique achievement
In addition, participation in the personal ratings will provide an opportunity to acquire unique Special Projects of the U.S., Japan, and Germany — equipment designed specifically for heavily armed high-speed aircraft. This equipment enhances the aircraft's mobility and fire accuracy. It is suitable for all aircraft of the corresponding period and is distinguished by significantly higher characteristics than its standard counterparts and increased bonus characteristics.
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