DCS World weekend News – 23 August 2019

DCS: F-16C Viper Update
As we draw closer to the early autumn 2019 early access release of the Viper, progress has been rapid. You can find a list of our planned early access features here.

Our viper is already dropping bombs in CCIP and CCRP modes and strafing targets, and the navigation systems, flight model, and art is quite far along. The current focus is on rockets, air-to-air weapons and radar, the landing gear and underside of the aircraft, and tuning the flight model.

Next week we will start regular instruction videos. The first will be a cockpit orientation, and following that will be taxi and takeoff, waypoint navigation, VFR landings, and then unguided bomb attack.

DCS: UH-1H Huey – WORLDS APART Spring 2025 
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This is a story-driven campaign that places you in the role of a German Bell UH-1H Helicopter Pilot serving in the “WOLF PACK” squadron, a unit of the German Light Aircraft Group (Heeresflieger). 

You are part of a four-person crew that consists of your Commanding Officer Peter Berger, two Gunners Hans and Tom, and you, Frank, as the right seat co-pilot. Fly missions with your squadron leader, WOLF ONE, and other helicopter and fixed-wing units. Missions include other air, ground, and naval forces from different countries. You will conduct day and night unarmed transport, armed patrol in various weather conditions. 

  • 12 challenging missions
  • More than 1400 voice-overs
  • Voice actors with an American, German, and Russian accents
  • And more than 170 pages detailed documentation
  • Mission-specific information that is integrated into the kneeboard pages

DCS World Open Beta Update
This week we released a new Open Beta update with the following highlights:

  • Mission editor changes and fixes
  • AGM-84D Harpoon now works in multiplayer for the Hornet and adjusted FLIR polarity for the Maverick
  • Corrected A-10C crash caused by the TAD
  • Updates to the F-15, AJS-37, and C-101

You can read the complete changelog here.
Next week we plan an update to the “Stable” version.

Sincerely,
The Eagle Dynamics Team

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