Gaijin Entertainment Starts Long-Term Collaboration With Russian Museum
Gaijin Entertainment announces that it has begun a long-term collaboration with the Russian Kubinka Tank Museum.
This video report about the Sturmhaubitze 42 (StuH 42) self-propelled howitzer restoration is just the first result of this new partnership. War Thunder players already saw some of the 360 tanks exhibited in Kubinka. The museum provided the Soviet T-34-85 and the German Pz.Kpfw IV medium tanks for display on the War Thunder Igromir 2013 Expo stand, where they presented the forthcoming Ground Forces. See the video about that event.
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