DCS World Weekend News – 6 September 2019

DCS WWII Asset Pack News
We know many of you are excited to have new additions to the WWII Asset Pack and today we can show you that the skies and seas will be a little busier. First, we have the Douglas A-20 Havoc G. This variant came into service in February of 1943, and was the most produced version of the Havoc. It has two Wright R-2600 14 cylinder radial engines and is equipped with six fixed 12.7 mm Browning machine guns in the nose and two 12.7 Browning machine guns in a dorsal turret. It can carry up to 4000lbs of bombs and was considered a formidable light attack bomber. We believe it will be a great addition for missions in DCS WWII.

Coming to the waters of DCS WWII is the Type VIIC German U-boat. A workhorse of the German Navy starting in 1940, this U-Boat saw extensive action throughout the war. In 1942 the German navy experimented with what was called “U-flak”, adding extra anti-air protection to their submarines. While this worked for a short time, the RAF made their own adjustments, and the U-flak boats were discontinued and converted back to standard attack boats.

New Model for the T-72B3 coming
Coming soon to the DCS World battlefields is an updated model of the T-72B3. This upgraded version of the T-72B saw action in Syria and is destined to keep the type operational into the foreseeable future. The tank is equipped with a 125 mm smoothbore main gun, a 12.7 mm roof-mounted machine gun, and a coaxial 7.62 mm machine gun. It can also fire the 9M119 and M119M guided missiles. It is equipped with the same armor used on the T-80 and T-90 main battle tanks. This new model should bring a lot more immersion to not only ground attack missions, but Combined Arms as well.

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

  • Issues with -norender and Dedicated Server were solved
  • Issues with JDAM and Auto-bombing on the Hornet fixed
  • Spitfire sun glare fixed
  • Many updates to RAZBAM, Heatblur and Magnitude 3 modules

You can read the complete changelog here.

Next week we plan an update to the “Stable” version.

Many thanks to all our faithful community.

Yours sincerely,
The Eagle Dynamics Team

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