RAZBAM shows off more work on Harrier, South Atlantic, Strike Eagle

Third party DCS World developer RAZBAM is working away on a variety of new projects including their DCS: South Atlantic map as well as themed content for that scenario and on their new F-15E Strike Eagle. Here’s a quick round-up of the latest.

The word from Ron Zambrano

CEO of RAZBAM studios has been more active on Twitter recently showing off more work that he and the RAZBAM team have been doing. First off, there’s a great new image of a fully textured section of the F-15E Strike Eagle cockpit.

The level of detail coming out of RAZBAM these days is far in advance of their earlier efforts and the F-15E looks like it will have a decent amount of weathering. They haven’t announced it but they may do a cleaner looking version, just as they did with the MiG-19, as well as this more weathered appearance.

We’ve also seen some tweets showcasing their efforts on the South Atlantic expansion with a particular emphasis on ships.

Finally, we see another updated image of the Sea Harrier (or a Harrier GR3?) in the early stages. Ron has confirmed that it is their intention to make this jet flyable. With luck and some time, RAZBAM will be able to provide for at least one jet from both the Argentinian Air Force and this Harrier variant so that competitive PVP multiplayer battles over their new map will be possible.

Keep an eye on RAZBAM’s Twitter and Facebook pages for more details as they develop.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Gordon says:

    Looks like a SHAR to me, I think the cockpit is sitting to high to be a GR3…

    Gotta say I’m really looking forward to this module 😁

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  2. Warlock says:

    As a ground pounder, the Strike Eagle has topped my wanted aircraft list for years…

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  3. CanadaOne says:

    Yeah, the F-15E will certainly have a big “Kaboom!” factor.

    But more than anything I want new maps. Not sure how exciting the Falklands will be as far as eye-candy goes, but all new maps are good maps.

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