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Beautiful Harrier. Sorry to ask but how long v.2


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DCS 2.1 get´s updated usually a week after 1.5

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DCS 2.1 get´s updated usually a week after 1.5

 

 

 

Well, maybe not and we get the great merge too 2.5 in the coming weeks. I think all the energy from ED comes here too push out 2.5 before christmas! :D

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Well. Today is Friday. Maybe we will know when, as soon as the Newsletter comes out :)

 

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Well, maybe not and we get the great merge too 2.5 in the coming weeks. I think all the energy from ED comes here too push out 2.5 before christmas! :D

 

I would really appreciate that but i dont think this will happen until Caucasus is transfered to 2.1 with a proper Testing phase.

 

This is my first Pre Purchase, so will the Planes usually become available in the Stable Version of DCS before the Module itself is considered finished?

Because i would assume this Plane will stay a while in Beta Phase. No Problem with that i just dont like the fact that you have to reconfigure everything between the Versions which makes fine tuning of Axises and so on a bit of a pain if you allready know you have to do it again.

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This is my first Pre Purchase, so will the Planes usually become available in the Stable Version of DCS before the Module itself is considered finished?

The AV-8B NA/1.5.8 will come to the stable 1.5 branch once ED consider it is stable enough and that it has no show stopping bugs.

 

This is the purpose of the separation of Release and Open Beta versions.

 

1.5.8 has been reported as being less stable than 1.5.7 so ED may want to test some further fixes in open beta before pushing 1.5.8 to release. It's ED's decision which order versions get updated but I'd suspect 2.x might be next in line to receive the Harrier.

 

Examples of early access modules in the current release version include: Hawk, C-101, Spitfire, AJS-37 and NS430 for Mi8, so you don't need to worry about having to wait for the AV-8B to leave 'Early Access', it's release in Open Beta version is just part of ED's normal testing process.


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I just want to say that I think this model is an absolutely wonderful achievement. Well done Razbam! Iis great to have it at all but I am just wondering when it will be ready for v.2 please.

 

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