War Thunder – Fiat G.55 Centauro

This is the second one of the pay-to-play pasta planes, enjoy!

The G.55 is a late war monoplane fighter developed by Fiat in an attempt to provide Italian pilots with an answer to the most modern allied aircraft of the day. Meet what was deemed by even some Luftwaffe seniors as “the best Axis fighter” in War Thunder’s Update 1.69!

In War Thunder, the G.55 Centauro will be a must-have for connoisseurs of high-altitude dogfighting. Thanks to the powerful engine and sleek aerodynamic design, the Centauro will provide its pilots with not only exceptional performance at altitude, but also with smooth handling overall.

For being a late-war Italian fighter, it goes without saying that the G.55 sported a fearsome array of weaponry. Nearly all versions were armed with a combination of several high-caliber machine guns and 20mm cannons.

A unique version of the G.55 was the Silurante (torpedo bomber) prototype. The G.55S, as it was designated, was a conversion of the Serie 1 variant, which traded its nose-mounted heavy machine guns for a torpedo pylon, capable of carrying a 987 kg torpedo, mounted on the underside of the fuselage. However, the project never left prototype stage as further development and production was hindered by the armistice in 1943.

In short, the G.55 and its variants are sure to present themselves as more than worthy adversaries to not only opponents in the air, but also to hostile targets on the high seas. The Centaur is preparing to join the ranks of the Italian research tree in Update 1.69, we hope to see you there!

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4 thoughts on “War Thunder – Fiat G.55 Centauro

  1. I have java but can’t see the pics but if they are in the same order of the original then the second-from-last, the one with desert cammo, is the preview of one of the regular G.55 with 3x20mm, 2×12.7mm and the 160kg bombs

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