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I can't wait for the F-5 to get a major update. Same as A-10C and Ka-50.

 

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Hi ED, that newsletter blow me away!

Thank you very much indeed!

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Hi ED, that newsletter blow me away!

Thank you very much indeed!

 

Good to hear ac5 :thumbup:

 

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Maybe not likely but, it would be great if our Huey gets a paid upgrade by adding other variants or other capabilities and textures also..

 

@Wags, i can hold your beer for along time for this :)

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Please keep the discussion on the newsletter

 

thank you

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The Great Marianas Turkey Shoot

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Philippine_Sea

 

So no one misinterprets. This Wikipedia map is of course much larger than the DCS free Marianas map.

 

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Stoked about DCS: A-10C Warthog 2, awesome to see the whole set being taken care of and so happy it was possible to extend the deal with the A-10C people, even tho A-10C is not anywhere close to retirement and got upgrades, I guess the older versions aren't as sensetive, but whatever it is it doesn't matter now for my speculation, I genuinely rolled around my chair and had a moment when I saw the new Warthog announcement, just great!

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"DCS: P-47D Thunderbolt

 

Our next warbird for DCS World will be the P-47D Thunderbolt. The Thunderbolt will be our first allied radial-engine warbird for DCS World, and it will fill in fun and interesting role in operations over western Europe and beyond. Combining both air-to-air and air-to-ground mission capability, it will provide a wealth of mission types, heavy armament, excellent protection, and long-range.

 

 

The P-47D is far along in development with mostly flight model tuning, adding object details, and creating the mission content. Suit up!

 

 

We plan to release a new World War II Europe map to coincide with the release of the P-47D."

W O W.....This is HUGE!!

 

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"DCS: P-47D Thunderbolt

 

Our next warbird for DCS World will be the P-47D Thunderbolt. The Thunderbolt will be our first allied radial-engine warbird for DCS World, and it will fill in fun and interesting role in operations over western Europe and beyond. Combining both air-to-air and air-to-ground mission capability, it will provide a wealth of mission types, heavy armament, excellent protection, and long-range.

 

 

The P-47D is far along in development with mostly flight model tuning, adding object details, and creating the mission content. Suit up!

 

 

We plan to release a new World War II Europe map to coincide with the release of the P-47D."

W O W.....This is HUGE!!

 

One of my all time favorites too. I just hope it's not like the A8 release was. (Only 20% off in pre-sales then put on 50% off sale after less than 4 months, during most of which the module was unusable due to bugs. I'd rather not experience that again, and both planes are favorites of mine.)

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With the new map and carrier on the way I'm a very happy person, well done guys really looking forward to this year.:thumbup:

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I'm more interested in the non-aircraft projects. I can't wait for next week's newsletter.

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That's not even a valid sentence.

 

 

Can we get official and coherent response: Will A-10C and A-10C-2 coexist in the game?

What do you mean? Why would they not co-exist? Not everyone will buy the second version.

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What do you mean? Why would they not co-exist? Not everyone will buy the second version.

It'd be possible that legacy A-10C gets discontinued and at some point will only work with legacy builds of DCS World. I'd say it is even likely with the question being, if legacy A-10C will get decapitated immediately after A-10C 2 release, or maybe only several years later.

It would not make sense to have two models of the same module flying alongside, with one being less detailed. If "A-10C 2" is mostly a suite upgrade and legacy A-10C gets new exterior visuals as well, i can see them both being supported at the same time, but from the wording in the newletter it sounds, like a replacement, which i interpret as decapitation of legacy A-10C.


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I'm more interested in the non-aircraft projects. I can't wait for next week's newsletter.

 

At a guess it'll be the carrier module and ground stuff..

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I'm more interested in the non-aircraft projects. I can't wait for next week's newsletter.

 

 

Likewise. Today's newsletter was full of great news, but I'm definitely way more interested in the roadmap for core simulation improvements. Looking forward to the update. :thumbup:

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I doubt they would shut down the old modules if you don't buy the new when they are doing graphical updates to the old ones? Whats the point of upgrading the old if your going to shut it down? Whats the point of upgrading it at all if your trying to sell a new one? It's just a nice gesture from ED since the upgraded cockpits of the old one will cause some not to bother buying the new. Honestly this is exactly what we need. Product sustainment takes money and these discounted upgrades are what will pay for it.

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