DCS: Spitfire LF Mk.IX and DCS: Normandy 1944 Map Updates
DCS World War II has two great updates this week! The first is the addition of several new features to the Spitfire. These include a new clipped wing version, slipper and torpedo fuel tanks, the ability to carry bombs, and continued to refinements to the flight dynamics. Together, these new features give the Spitfire longer legs and a more diverse mission capability. With these additions, we are pleased to announce that the Spitfire is now feature complete and out of early access.
This weekend we are releasing a new version of DCS World 2.0 Open Alpha. The 2.0.5 version will include support for DCS: Spitfire LF Mk. IX. In addition to bringing this great aircraft module to DCS World 2.0, the update will also bring other benefits like updates to both the A-10C and F-15C Red Flag campaigns, new F-5E skins, fixes to the Spitfire and other aircraft modules, and VR improvements. You can read the complete changelog for DCS World 2.0.5 in the dedicated thread on DCS forum.
Early Access Release of DCS: Spitfire LF Mk. IX
Today we are proud to bring you the Early Access Spitfire LF Mk. IX! Many pilots that have flown several World War II warbirds remark that the Spitfire was their favorite, based on its exceptional maneuverability, easy of flight, and stunning looks. We think that you will agree!
We are now preparing to release the final version of DCS: Bf 109 K-4 Kurfürst. Over the last several weeks, we have been reviewing all user feedback and addressing a numbers of bugs and areas that require refinement. The creation of interactive training missions is also underway which includes all the normal procedures for engine start, taxiing, takeoff, landing and combat employment. Jatka lukemista