Enigma announces new DCS Syria Cold War scenario

Enigma’s DCS Cold War server has become a popular destination for DCS pilots and as that area of the DCS community begins to see more and more modules opening up opportunities with that time period of play, we’re seeing new opportunities for online flying. Enter Engima’s second objective oriented server with the new Syrian campaign.

PvP, PvE, Cold War fun

The new server sports many of the features that made the original Caucasus map so popular. A variety of airfields, strategic targets, both PvP and PvE experiences, OverlordBot support, and a moving frontline. Here’s what Enigma had to say about the planned launch.

Enigma’s Cold War goes SYRIA, our DCS Multiplayer server is iterating on our initial success and expanding into a bigger map to scale up the mission. Many did not think that Cold War would be popular in DCS and we were able to build a space within the DCS Multiplayer community. We want to keep making sure things are fresh and Syria is our next step. This will take us some time to finish it but we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel and wanted to start getting people thinking on the new mission. Please note that all the features in this video will not be available at release, some will come after (especially the naval ones).

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Here is the teaser video to check out.

The server is expected to launch May 21st with a stress test period expected shortly before for Patreon supporters.

Learn more and join the Discord community for Engima’s Cold War.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Blue 5 says:

    Looks cool. I just got the A-10C but not had much time to fly it. Hope that is included.

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      I’d have to check but I don’t think the A-10C is on here. The A-10A is. The 10C has considerably more capability as you’ll find out. It’s a CAS monster.

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  2. Blue 5 says:

    Ah well, never mind. Where is the a/c list? Would be amazing if we get some of the ‘60s / ‘70s stuff in the pipeline

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  3. Blue 5 says:

    Ah well, never mind. Where is the a/c list? Would be amazing if we get some of the ‘60s / ‘70s stuff in the pipeline

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      The 10th slide of their server FAQ document has the complete aircraft list. And yes they definitely lean into the 1950’s to 1980’s line-up. I expect the Mirage F1, A-7, F-4, MiG-17 and MiG-23 will slot in there eventually too. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1I-aD-s3zoEpV4gGu7QIrEdywkpklfT40te-mYlX3zk8/edit#slide=id.gfb01814ef3_0_68

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