ED details development on Mi-24 Hind

One of the hotly anticipated modules from Eagle Dynamics in 2021 is the DCS: Mi-24P Hind. This Russian attack helicopter has been in development for some time and it looks like we’ll be flying this helicopter before too long. Eagle Dynamics has just provided us a new update along with plenty of new screenshots – let’s have a look!

New details on multi-crew

DCS: Mi-24P has already been confirmed as a multi-crew aircraft that will have multiplayer co-op as well as an AI co-pilot that will be able to let you fly and fight in single player. ED reports that this work will be ready for early access and we’ve previously learned that the interface will draw inspiration from the work that Heatblur has done on the F-14.

The cockpit is still also being worked on and English labels are also underway so that a fully English cockpit will be available on release.

There isn’t much more to the update but it is nonetheless an exciting update. There’s more than a half dozen new screenshots posted to the DCS World website as well of which I’ve posted some here.

For all of this and more, check out the DCS World Weekend News update.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. CanadaOne says:

    I love coming here and getting the scoop before I see it elsewhere.

    I’m pretty much guaranteed to get the Hind. It’s just too nasty to pass up.

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  2. Fernando says:

    Hind and then Apache!! (soonTM)

    Liked by 1 person

    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      It’s a good year for helicopter fans!

      Like

  3. J says:

    Rotorheads finally getting some much-needed love! Coupled with the announcement of Virpil’s collective, AH-64, and OH-58 modules, feels like ED is getting ready to finally attract some new blood from the wider helo sim community.

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