A flighted battle with LMG in World of Warplanes and the results, told in a few pictures.
Sunday, 18 March 2018
Friday, 16 March 2018
Thursday, 15 March 2018
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Tuesday, 13 March 2018
I have decided to continue on with Soviet aircraft, at least until the next March of Nations is announced.
So, I bought back the tier VII Yak-9U Multirole, put my previously trained pilot into the cockpit and took to the skies, despite the environment of chaos I currently dwell in, thanks to a real life move across town....
Sunday, 11 March 2018
I admit, I was tempted....
With this weekend's March of Nations: U.S.S.R event, premium aircraft (but oddly, not the regular tech tree offerings) went on sale. Although I wasn't overly interested in the lower tiered stuff, my eyes did fall on the last four planes on the list.
The P-39Q-15 has always called to me, but with the recent acquisition of the American P-39-N, that call has been answered by another. The La-9RD struck me as something different to try, however the Kostikov 302 rips through the sky and distracts me. For a fleeting moment, I consider the I-260, then the very similar in role and specification Me 109TL taps me on the shoulder and that thought passes. Finally, the RB-17 could bring a very big change in playstyle, racing at the upper limits of the atmosphere, dropping explosive packages to earthbound targets. I pass on this too, since I have this strange feeling that something has happened with bombers that certain folks aren't discussing (I could be wrong).
Despite all of that, there is a premium plane from the former Soviet Union I would like to get my hands on..
It was called the La-150.
I think I was pushing my luck in World of Warplanes this morning.
After a few successful warm up battles under my belt in other Soviet aircraft, I decided to take a trip to the upper tiers with the Yak-19. Turns out that lead to a disappointing experience....