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^^ Not Gonna Happen, the A-10C in Real Life is like 8 Software Suites above the ones in DCS.

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my mistake, early morning. i knew that.

 

Was gonna say typo, but I knew I had "8" on my mind for a reason

Windows 10 Pro, Ryzen 2700X @ 4.6Ghz, 32GB DDR4-3200 GSkill,

X470 Taichi Ultimate, R7970 Lightning @ 1.2 / 6 GHz Memory

3x ASUS VS248HP + Oculus HMD, Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS + MFDs

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Here is a little to do list:

 

HMCS, SDB`s, Laser + GPS Guidet Weapons, XR Tageting Pod, ........

 

Well... I wouldn't include the weapons as making/upgrading to a new Suite is quite complex.

 

Things like external 3D model, cockpit, and a lot of coding because of the new systems.

 

Plus, does it ED have the necessary documentation to do it?

 

Anyway, it's not an easy task to do! :music_whistling:

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Actually I think ED has made the A-10C Suit 8 or more modern than Suit 3 in DCS.

But we just don't know it or get it because it would be done via military contract for operational training in simulators. Just think about it.... A contract for updates definetly must be there for the A-10C in the first place. As military would not buy a simulator that doesn't get updates for training when the real thing gets upgrades with millions....

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Actually I think ED has made the A-10C Suit 8 or more modern than Suit 3 in DCS.

But we just don't know it or get it because it would be done via military contract for operational training in simulators. Just think about it.... A contract for updates definetly must be there for the A-10C in the first place. As military would not buy a simulator that doesn't get updates for training when the real thing gets upgrades with millions....

 

I doubt it. ED developed the desk top simulator, it was used for pilots during the transition from A to C models. They may have done up to suite 5 but I highly doubt anything further than that.

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