DCS WWII has new features coming soon

New radio communications? Bomb fuses? These are just two of several new features coming to DCS World War II and to DCS World on the whole. These details revealed in a new video by Suntsag Ancient Gamer in a DCS WWII status update video. Let ‘s have a look!

Long awaited features coming to DCS

A variety of new features are coming to DCS World and DCS WWII by extension. Among those features are a pair of ground vehicles that can be used in conjunction with an invisible FARP, functional early warning radar, and an overhaul of the radio communications (with German, British and American comms).

We also see some updates on the DCS Marianas Islands WWII version, a report that the Fw190D-9 engine bug has been fixed (already mentioned recently), and fixes to the AI in low light operations. One of the last items in the video, bomb fuses, shows an overhaul to the bomb fuse modeling that will have impacts that widely affect all of DCS over time. Skip bombing gets a mention too!

See the whole list and an overview of what’s being done here in this new development video.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. CanadaOne says:

    Looks good! I like the WWII FARP assets.

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      I do too. Gives mission creators much more flexibility!

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  2. _BringTheReign_ says:

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

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