T129 ATAK Pack

The Augusta Westland T129 ATAK is a version of the A129 CBT, developed by the Italian company Agusta Westland specifically for the Turkish Air Forces and put into service in 2013. One of the main differences from the original is that this model carries Turkish-made weapons. The T129 is armed with a 20mm TM197B cannon in a nose turret, and also can carry various options of suspended weaponry: eight guided "air-to-air" ATAS missiles, up to eight guided "air-to-surface" L-UMTAS or up to sixteen CIRIT missiles, or seventy six FZ unguided rockets. In terms of countermeasure against radar guidance systems, the T129 is equipped with decoys and laser warning sensors.

  • Helicopters have their own research tree, however they use the aviation crew skills;
  • In the Events menu there are special Helicopter battles and Tank Simulator Battles available. You can't use helicopters in any Air gamemodes.
  • In Tank Realistic battles you have to earn spawn points with ground vehicle first in order to use a helicopter with ATGMs from your line-up. Helicopters with unguided weaponry can be spawned in the beginning of the match.
  • In Tank Arcade battles, random helicopters are used in kill-streaks in high-BR matches. You will not earn research progress towards helicopters while using a streak.

Premium bonuses

All premium vehicles allow you to earn increased Research Points and Silver Lions for each battle and comes furnished with all available modifications.

Compensation is not provided if you purchase 2 different packs which include the same vehicle or you already have the vehicle from this pack! Available for Linux, Windows and Mac only. You can't activate this item for the PSN or Xbox Live account.

This pack includes
  • T129 ATAK
  • 2000 Golden Eagles
  • Premium account for 15 days
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