A few more images of DCS: South Atlantic

Looking more complete by the day, we’re seeing new images for DCS: South Atlantic from RAZBAM CEO Ron Zambrano. Let’s have a look at the latest!

More South Atlantic

With the map now appearing in official DCS World training videos as well as with a few select testers and third parties, it seems that we’re building up towards a release for DCS: South Atlantic. This map features a portion of the tip of South America including parts of Argentina and the infamous Falkland Islands.

Although it is setup for a potential 1982 scenario, the map goes beyond that offering a wider area that could potentially be used for a variety of more fictional scenarios. There are towering mountains and beautiful scenic vistas in the area so carving the mountains should be a blast.

Showing those off, the RAZBAM Twitter account has a couple of new screenshots up.

Of course the AH-64 image with the sheep is interesting and potentially meme worthy so have a look at that.

More will surely be released soon. As of right now there is no official release date but we do see increasing levels of polish so with some luck we’ll see it soon!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Urgent Siesta says:

    “Meme worthy” indeed! 🙂

    I’m really looking forward to this map, in particular. It looks good from what we’ve been allowed to see so far, and if it’s up to par with the more recent DCS landscapes, it will be an absolute joy for all kinds of operations!

    Now, if RB would just release the Strike Eagle for the inevitable conquest of Chile, it’d be PERFECT 😉

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  2. CanadaOne says:

    I’ve had that pic with the glacier as my desktop the second I saw it.

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