Spitfire: Epsom Campaign
The Epsom campaign for our Spitfire is now available!
Download from DCS e-shop
Fly the legendary Spitfire LF Mk. IX over Normandy in June 1944 as the allies attempt to break out of the D-Day landing beachheads. Battle German forces in the air and on the ground as the allies push south over 12 missions south of the Juno and Gold landing beaches. The missions consist of a combination of armed reconnaissance, intercepts, and directed ground attacks.
For this campaign, we teamed up with the greatly respected “Bunyap”, who has created an amazing level of detail and content for the briefings and historical background. All missions and flights in the campaign are based on actual missions down to the squadrons, targets, locations, times, weather, flak locations, etc. We believe this will be the most historically accurate portrayal of World War II air combat in a PC flight simulation.
- 12 historic missions taken from detailed accounts of Operation Epsom
- Detailed briefing and briefing images, including separate PDF mission files
- Unique kneeboard graphics for each mission
- Hundreds of specially recorded voice-over messages to recreate the actual callsigns and accents
- A wide array of missions included armed reconnaissance, intercepts and ground attack
- Takes advantage of new AI features like Flak avoidance and authentic formations
Note: In addition to DCS: Spitfire LF Mk.IX, this campaign also requires the DCS: Normandy 1944 Map / DCS: World War II Assets Pack.
DCS World 2.1.1 Update 1 Available
To support the release of the Epsom Campaign and make some needed changes, we have also released the first update for DCS World 2.1.1.
You can read the complete changelog here.
Weekend Bundle Deal
For those that want to jump into the Epsom Campaign but do not have the required assets, here is the perfect bundle for you! Get DCS: Spitfire LF Mk.IX + DCS: Normandy 1944 Map + DCS: World War II Assets Pack Bundle for a 40% off savings.
Find the bundle deal in the special section of DCS e-shop
This bundle deal starts today at 1500 GMT and will last until 7 August 2017 at 0900 GMT.