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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Fri Jul 25, 2014 8:03 am

DCS World 1.2.9 Preliminary Change Log
http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... ostcount=1
Please note that version 1.2.9 was created simply to launch DCS: F-86F Sabre and DCS: Fw 190 D-9 Dora. We also hope to see some new third party projects released in 1.2.9. As such, this version is NOT intended as bug fixing version... that will be for DCS World 2.0.0.

Items:

• DCS: F-86F Sabre release
• New MiG-15bis AI aircraft
• Oculus DK2 support
• Fixed label visibility for external view saved being carried over from previous multiplayer sessions
• Logitech G940 joystick trimming repaired
• Added additional radio frequencies to each airfield to support F-86F and Fw 190 D-9 radios
• Corrected rear gun aiming for the Tu-22M3
• Corrected A-10A HUD jittering when firing the gun
• Corrected mission 8 of the Ka-50 Deployment Campaign
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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Sat Jul 26, 2014 5:37 pm

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F-86F new trailer (release)
http://youtu.be/ZJSBk1VLxhw

F-86F-35 Sabre by Furia (Belsimtek)
Start Up
http://youtu.be/d_eDpd2qYAI

Take off and landing
http://youtu.be/ouXwr8Su37o

LABS system video
http://youtu.be/uXWOb_B5zpM
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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Sat Jul 26, 2014 6:20 pm

VEAO P-40F news
http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... stcount=14
Couple of new renders for you guys

As you can see the P-40F is coming along nicely, we hope to have the model finished within the next 2 weeks or so

What you see here is not the current state of the model just an example of how things are progressing

Pman

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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Sun Jul 27, 2014 1:34 pm

By DCS: World Facebook, and Ells228 (VEAO Team), the VEAO Hawk T.M1 will be coming as flyable add-on on the DCS: world 1.2.9 version.

https://www.facebook.com/DcsWorld?fref=nf
DCS Hawk will be released in 1.2.9


http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... count=1399
You'll see it in 1.2.9


http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... count=1402
Flyable
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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:04 pm

Pat01 Update Sa-342 Gazelle
http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... tcount=376
Hello gents,
Here's the last version of the missile sighting system
http://youtu.be/nhajeIfPdkQ
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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Tue Jul 29, 2014 1:18 pm

Interesting discover on the WW2 russian forum section, on a post over WW2 develop, folks tell over a 3D modeller with name Psy06 and your team. That was ones of the "WW2 1944" project, but now that was fired and unemployed. The surprise coming with see your work on exposed on DevianArt.

The Russian forum post, with a link to a 3D modeller forum (Military-meshes):
http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2126197&postcount=316
Вроде бы говорилось, что бывшие сотрудники RRG Studios будут работать на ЕД, однако psy06 не повезло...
http://www.military-meshes.com/forum/showthread.php?7117-Our-6-years-work-for-simulators-)&p=76144&viewfull=1#post76144


Psy06 DeviantArt Pics Galery
http://psy06.deviantart.com/gallery/

That team can be the makers of the DCS: Fw-190D-9 cockpit
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and the Bf-109K-4 cockpit.
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But the surprise coming with review your other works, that show new planes cockpits to DCS: World:

Mig-15Bis Cockpit (Korea?)
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La-9 Cockpit and plane (Korea?)
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Yak-9U (Korea?)
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and the Me-262 WW2 cockpit show in the old RRG Studios Kick-starter.
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Others works show a il-4, a I-16 and others models to the die Battle of Moscow (BoM) simulator (Ubi).

The same Psy06 "confirm" that aircraft's and cockpits was be make to DCS: World and the dead BOM
http://www.military-meshes.com/forum/showthread.php?7117-Our-6-years-work-for-simulators-)&p=76147&viewfull=1#post76147
I-16 and external il-4 now are belong to 777, and maybe appear ever at they products. All DCS models course you will see at game.


I think, based on that (My speculations), we can be new future incoming surprises
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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Tue Jul 29, 2014 1:53 pm

DCS Newsleter July "confirm" Belsimtek working on a Mig-15Bis module.
Now is the time to make the switch from advanced modern jets like the F-15 and Su-27, with their automated control systems, powerful engines, and sophisticated targeting and weapons systems and put flight and fight back into the hands of the pilot in the cockpit and his workhorse fighter. Aim for the vulnerable engines when targeting bombers using guns only and master the maneuvering fight against the MiG-15 (now in development!).
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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Sun Aug 10, 2014 10:06 am

VEAO Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIV

http://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=128409`
Hi Guys,

Thought it was bout time that I started the Dev Diary for the Spitfire Mk XIV.

I am pleased to confirm that this will be the 3rd aircraft to be released in the Warbirds Collection.

At the moment we have been gathering data, speaking to pilots and getting reference material together for the aircraft as well as making some technical decisions regarding what model and layouts we are going to use.

Obviously its no shock to anyone that with the help of the TFC and the guys at Duxford we have access to their Mk XIV which helps us alot!

I for one am really looking forward to getting some Griffon power into DCS!

A few things that I can confirm ...

We are primarily looking to do the clipped wing variant with a bubble (low back) canopy. Although after suggestion from one of the forum guys we think we have a way of enabling full tips as an option iun the mission editor. I cant confirm that this will 100% be done for sure until we try and actually put it in the sim but I am confident that we will be able to work something out.

For the moment at least we will not be able to implement different fuel grades this is something that we may look at later, so for the time being we will work on the assumption of 21lbs with 150 octane. Although it should be noted that although alot of MkXIV's had the conversion done severe damage was often the result of overuse, I have seen under 5 minutes being quoted on several documents. So this will be a short one hit wonder unless I can verify that it was able to be used for longer periods. Some references show it only being used to try and catch V1's. I will continue to investigate this as the EFM and ASM are developed.

Primary weaponary will be the stock weapons for the Mk XIV.

GGS, we havent decided about this yet, I would like to have this as an editable option within the ME, but we will have to see what is technically possible when it comes round to it. GGS is used on other aircraft in our roadmap so its def in my mind but until we actually try some stuff we cant say for sure.

The model will be started in late September to be ready early November (So watch our VFAT fans!)

EFM is already starting in its basic form as well so we are on track for release after the Bearcat.

All the best everyone

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Re: DCS: World News

Postby SilverDragon » Sun Aug 10, 2014 6:10 pm

VEAO F-8F BearCat
http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... stcount=25
Thought I'd give you abit of an update on the dev of the Bearcat...

Flight modelling is in its infancy and is being programmed by the same AFM programmer as the P-40F so I would expect this to be completed slightly after the P-40F

The external model is going really well and should be completed in the next couple of weeks, work on the cockpit has already begun and is progressing well, I will post some more screenies during the week for this

We have managed to get the last of the references we needed for some of the more obscure areas of the aircraft so that has finally come to an end for now at least!

Thanks to Nick and Stephen Grey we managed to pickup a couple of small errors in the shape of the main body of our model, these have now been corrected and signed off.

Will bring you guys more news as it develops

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