DCS: Mosquito gets the spotlight in new dev update

A lot of you have been asking about where the DCS: Mosquito is after it missed its initial launch window. We’ve had periodic updates but today we’re seeing the latest work on the cockpit and a general status update on the project on the whole as it presses forward towards launch. Here’s what we’ve learned!

Cockpit details refined

Four new screenshots released today show off the care and detail being put into Eagle Dynamics newest DCS: WWII warbird. The Mosquito FB.VI was originally planned to release earlier in the year until those planes were put on hold as the exterior model was re-evaluated and brought up to a higher level of detail.

Today, Eagle Dynamics is talking about refined cockpit details with better and more readable gauges with refined gamma, reflections, and contrast levels. Eagle Dynamics is also once again using pre-calculated ray-tracing technology (NOTE: not the same as ray tracing done during gameplay with an nVidia RTX card) to bake in better reflections and detailing into their textures.

We’re also told that we’ll be seeing the latest updates on the exterior model soon. Exciting!

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

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Michael Thomas Dwyer says:

    Finally some news on the Mossie. I can’t wait.

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  2. Urgent Siesta says:

    It’s really nice to get something that steps outside the usual bounds.

    And now we know why they added that U-Boat into the game not too long ago 😉

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  3. CanadaOne says:

    That’s a crazy nice cockpit. The level of detail is incredible.

    Bring it on!

    Liked by 1 person

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