It’s been just over 24-hours since IL-2: Battle of Kuban was officially launched with IL-2 patch 3.001 and there’s a lot going on right now that you probably want to know about. Here’s a round-up of what is going on!
Celebration sale now on
Battle of Kuban is now officially out but if you haven’t purchased it and want in on the $10 pre-order discount you can still buy it at the reduced price for a few more days. The same goes for the La-5FN and Bf109G-6 Collector Planes that are at a special reduced pre-order price.
All other Collector Planes are also on for 33% off the normal price:
- IL-2: Battle of Kuban $69.99 (reg. $79.99)
- La-5FN and Bf109G-6 available for $14.99 each (reg. $19.99 each)
- La-5 (Series 8), FW190A-3, P-40E-1, MC.202, Yak-1B currently available for $13.39 each (regular $19.99)
- Ju52/3m available for $16.99 (reg. $24.99)
When does the sale end? March 20th.
Battle of Kuban Standard Edition coming
Premium is the only version of IL-2: Battle of Kuban currently available but the Standard Edition will be coming soon. We now have a date too courtesy of IL-2 Lead Producer Jason Williams:
Battle of Kuban Standard Edition will be available on March 20th along with the standalone versions of the Spitfire Mk.Vb and HS-129 B-2 Collector Planes.
So if you’ve been waiting to purchase the Spitfire or Hs129B-2 stand-alone you will be able to starting March 20th. If Battle of Kuban at a slightly reduced price and minus two aircraft is more your speed – Standard edition will arrive then too.