While the tank crews toil in the mud below and die in their glorified metal caskets, aces up in the heavens spit fire at each other in a blaze of glory. When doing such a celebrated stunt in warfare, one not only has to look good but also be effective. When it comes to that, War Thunder's best aircraft come to mind, so get ready to rain some death from above with these bogeys.
The skies aren't gonna clear themselves and when it comes to war, having some guardian angels in the form of metal wings and screaming bombs is the best insurance ever. It just so happens that there's an ongoing need for such machines of war. It's high time some new winged menaces get added in War Thunder's best aircraft selection.
Helicopters aren't exactly the best or the most exciting aircraft since they can't perform as great as planes but they make for good air support for tanks. With their rather limited role in combat, they have to at least be flexible enough.
For that matter, the Eurocopter 665 Tiger HAP is one flexible bird. It's a rank VI French attack helicopter that was removed from the game's store but then was brought back after several updates. It's a well-rounded helicopter that's decent in all aspects and is a good investment for later tiers.
Now, for those who want the best ground attack helicopter, then the AH-1Z. This attack helicopter is one of the fastest in the game and can reach heights of up to 6,000 meters, making it relatively safe against anti-helicopter weapons and gunfire.
It does have a slightly lower rating compared to the Eurocopter because the AH-1Z is more of a glass cannon and relies on ground support. It can't exactly operate independently most of the time without getting shot down but the specific attack role it fills in makes it an important part of any assault.
Speaking of specific attack roles, bombers are made for the sole purpose of ending battles and matches in a flash. Not many planes are as successful as the B29A-BN Superfortress. The name says it all; the B29 is a flying monster that's capable of defending itself and ending matches.
The B29 is can wipe out a base in one bombing run. Due to its size and how conspicuous it is, it's usually a prime target for fighter planes. That means it's very much reliant on its own fighter escorts despite having several guns for defense. Many players make it a priority to rip apart bombers.
The FW 190 A-4 is a low-rank or tier German fighter plane but that doesn't mean it's a pushover. Historically, its nickname is Wurger which means shrike or beast of a plane in English. Seeing the FW 190 in action, that name is well-earned.
The Wurger can destroy enemy fighter planes fast and double as a bomber since it can have an additional payload. The FW 190 can also carry a lovely variety of special ammunition that can spell trouble for anyone who doesn't expect incendiary or explosive shells in dogfights.
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