RAZBAM has long been at work on their DCS: South Atlantic theatre project with one key component being the map. Today, an exciting new trailer has been released showcasing the map in a way that we’ve never seen before – and it looks incredible!
Scenic vistas for your DCS flying
With detailed airports, stunning scenic vistas, and towering mountains, DCS South Atlantic has evolved from a map that was mostly focused on the Falkland Islands into something a little more impressive over the last few years.
Earlier this year, RAZBAM released an updated map showing the impressive increase in size to include a good chunk of the southern part of South America. RAZBAM CEO Ron Zambrano reports that the map will be 1,800,000 kms2.
That was then but now, we’re seeing our first video clips of the map in development. It’s done in that great tradition of the cinematic trailer that is clearly inspired by the works of Glowing Amraam. And it looks great! The trailer also features a good amount of AV-8B, M-2000C and other DCS World aircraft. An F-15E Strike Eagle also appears although it’s unclear if its the Eagle Dynamics model or the one that RAZBAM is working on.
Release coming soon?
The trailer is titled as a ‘teaser’ which suggests to me a change in tone from the previous development images to something more serious and calculated. Hopefully this indicates that the map is now in the final stages of early access development and is coming soon to a DCS World install near you!
More as it develops.