DCS: F/A-18C datalink, near term planning, new tutorials

A ton of small updates have been coming out about Eagle Dynamics DCS: F/A-18C Hornet including a near future roadmap, some new tutorials from Matt Wagner, a feature change for the Maverick slew, and more. It’s time to do an update! New datalink and radar modes Matt Wagner once again goes into great detail on…

Part 2: An interview with Jason Williams and Daniel Tuseev

Welcome to part two of my interview with 1C Game Studio’s Jason Williams and Daneil Tuseev. In part one I talked about the series in 2019 and now I focus on some more detailed questions about a specific title: IL-2: Battle of Bodenplatte. Announced in 2017, IL-2: Battle of Bodenplatte’s development picked up right after…

Heatblur releases F-14 manual

Another sign that the DCS: F-14 release to early access is growing more imminent every day is the early release of the DCS: F-14 manual. Available as a website that doubles as a kind of living document (which will receive updates as time goes on), the manual lets you get a head start on your…

DCS: Su-25T is free to play but is it a good entry point?

I checked my DCS World player logbook recently and noted that I had flown the Su-25T for a grand total of 22 minutes. There are few aircraft in my hangar for DCS World that have attracted less attention. However, the Su-25T is special for one reason in particular: It’s free and it is what makes…

DCS: F-14B’s RIO seat revealed!

Heatblur is putting the final touches on the DCS: F-14 and today they started to show off their incredible artistry and attention to detail on the backseat of the F-14B: this is the RIO’s (or Radar Intercept Officer’s) seat. Right down to the specs of dust Heatblur unleashed a torrent of new images showing off…

IL-2 dev diary focuses on tanks, map news, Marshal-feature

Tank Crew – Clash at Prokhorovka is by far the most unique of the three titles that 1CGS announced well over a year ago when the revealed the future development for the series. Now we’re approaching a major update for the series with two new tanks and the Belgorod map entering into beta testing. New…

RAZBAM says they are ‘close’ on MiG-19

Though the DCS: MiG-19 module release date may have been delayed from a late January release – it seems that the module is still quite close to release. That is what RAZBAM reports today on their Facebook page along with some new images. Chocks away? The latest developer images are showing some fine touch details…

New DCS: F/A-18 datalink info, mission of the week

A couple of new updates are coming out from Matt Wagner in the Hornet mini-updates this week with news about the DCS: F/A-18C’s datalink and with a brand new mission for people to play. Datalink capabilities explained The latest feature update from Matt Wagner is the datalink system for the F/A-18C which is not only…

IL-2 patch 3.010b contains quite a few tweaks

I don’t normally write about hotfixes to IL-2 patches unless they contain a major bug fix or if they feature quite a few small fixes and patch 3.010b qualifies. Let’s have a look! Mostly GUI related updates The GUI (graphical user interface) for IL-2 has seen a few tweaks over the years but the one…

RAZBAM’s January update

Covering both January and December, the new RAZBAM January update video is out with some news on the Super Tucano project, the South Atlantic map project, the MiG-19, plus recent updates to the AV-8B and M-2000C. The latest video Coming out just a couple of days ago, this new video covers a lot of different…