Many regard the DCS: A-10C as being one of the more complex modules to get into and while there has been some debate about just how much more complex it is versus other modules, it’s undeniable that it’s both a cool aircraft and one that requires some serious knowledge to wield effectively. That’s where Baltic Dragon is coming in with a brand new campaign called Iron Flag.
Twenty missions to train and test your A-10 mettle
Iron Flag campaign contains twenty missions flying over the NTTR on the DCS: Nevada Test and Training map. It puts you in the cockpit of the DCS: A-10C II module and runs you through a series of training missions. The missions are apparently aimed at new pilots to the module with the intention of getting up and running with the complexities of operating the A-10 Warthog in DCS World.
In true Baltic Dragon form, the campaign is also intended to have a story line. One that draws a through line from past work including the M-2000C default campaign, the M-2000C Red Flag campaign, and the M-2000C Coup d’Etat campaign. A nice bit of continuity and narrative building for long time DCS World pilots.
Two teaser trailers have been released for the campaign. They give us a bit of flavour of what we should expect but not too much more. Have a look at teaser #1 here.
And teaser #2 which came out shortly after.
The campaign is set to release sometime this fall and it sounds like release is imminent as Baltic Dragon has just recently tweeted that the campaign has been submitted for approval. Stay tuned!