Summer’s finally here and even though our travelling and vacation options are a bit limited at the moment, our capacity to celebrate is not.
For the occasion, we’ve prepared a small gift for you, consisting of:
- Indian camouflage
- 3 days of Premium Time
This particular Indian camo pattern is suitable for the open, desert environments of north-western India where battles with Pakistan took place. It features yellow base paint (matching the palette that can be observed in the Thar Desert) with brown and green rectangles. This camouflage is a typical silhouette breaker, making it more difficult to spot the vehicle at longer distances and, most importantly, in defensive positions, since any movement in the desert will give away your position almost instantly due to the amounts of dust being kicked up by tracks. This type of camouflage has been used since the 1980s and appears today on various Indian BMPs and T-72S or T-90 MBTs (the indigenous Arjun tanks typically use different patterns).
We hope you will enjoy it and, as always:
See you on the battlefield