War Thunder details the vehicle marking adjustments and bot battle efforts in the latest dev blogs

Two of the latest developer blogs war thunder are highly game-specific, but that would make sense then, especially for those with a vested interest in ground vehicle marking changes or the fight against botting; If this sounds like you, you’ll probably want to read on.

The first blog is over upcoming changes to vehicle markings at air events, which basically amounts to removing ground vehicle markings for fighter and interceptor pilots during certain engagements. The main purpose of this decision is to prevent the ground forces from becoming too overwhelmed, to prevent the resulting skirmishes from developing into a defeat for the team that is already losing, and to curb kamikaze behavior. The only detail missing from this post is a date for this adjustment.

As for Anti-Botting EffortsGaijin promises improvements to its report processing system to ensure better response times, states its intention to add separate categories for bot reports in the next few days, and is considering other “extreme” measures like CAPTCHA requirements before or during the fight for accounts flagged as suspicious are.

Source: official website (1, 2)


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