It was the last biplane to enter service with the Luftwaffe. Used as a night fighter in Spain and in the initial period of World War II.
Predecessor: Arado Ar 65
Sucessor: Arado Ar 80
Airframe Engine Wing-mounted Machine gun
Ar 68e Jumo 210Ea No weapons 2x7.92 mm MG-08/18 (S)
Last update: Patch 0.5.3.
Stats shown are stock, stats between brackets are fully upgraded.
- Hit Points 75 (85)
- Weight 1938.0 kg (2085.8)
- Airspeed 269 (319)
- Top Speed at Sea Level 264 km/h (319)
- Top Speed at Best Altitude 310 km/h (375)
- Optimum Altitude 700 m
- Maximum Dive Speed 390 km/h (440)
- Stall Speed 70 km/h (71)
- Rate of Climb 8.40 m/s (10.20)
- Optimum Airspeed 218 km/h (233)
- Firepower 10 (35)
- Maneuverability 374 (361)
- Average Time to Turn 360 deg 11.60 s (12.10)
- Rate of Roll 90 deg/s (88)
- Controllability 97 (96)
The Arado Ar 68 was a single-seat biplane fighter developed in the mid-1930s. It was among the first fighters produced when Germany abandoned the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles and began rearming.