Previews of DCS: Mirage F1EE

Aerges have begun the new year with a a series of updates showing off the Mirage F1EE, the next variant that Aerges intend to release into DCS World. Lets catch up on everything that has come out so far.

Time for the EE

The Mirage F1CE was the first model to release for DCS World offering plenty of basic capabilities. The EE model ups the capability level by introducing a new RWR system, an INS navigation system (the CE offers radio beacon only), and an aerial refueling probe. There may be other features that this version offers over the CE that we’ll learn about as it comes out.

The cockpit image above shows off some of the changes while the video below gives it to us in action. Enjoy! More to come from Aerges!

7 Comments Add yours

  1. CanadaOne says:

    Nice looking plane, and very nice looking cockpit. Has a real classic look to it.

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      It does! Have you tried the CE version? Very similar in layout but the EE has some changes like moving the RWR to a much more prominent location.

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      1. CanadaOne says:

        I”ll wait for a free trial. Though it looks very nice, I don’t have a big love for Mirage fighters. And my brain cells are at max with the planes I have. I’ll have to park several once the F-15E comes out. That one will be front and center for weeks I’m sure.

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  2. Galen says:

    Is this going to be an additional full-priced module, an addon, or a free update?

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      Aerges have released the F1 as a four pack module. Only the CE version has been released but included in the long run is the EE, BE and modernized M version. So it’s all included.

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  3. Ash says:

    Will the EE carry exocets?

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      Nothing that I’ve read suggested that this version does. Spanish F1M versions apparently did so we *might* see that missile come with the modernized version later on down the road.

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