Eagle Dynamics announces Tornado, plus multi-crew update

European jet fighter fans got a welcome surprise today when Eagle Dynamics announced their latest third party partnership and aircraft – the Panavia Tornado. We also have news about multi-crew that I’m very happy about. Let’s have a look! Tornado! A few jets have consistently come up on wishlists over the years and if I…

IndiaFoxtEcho release trailer two for DCS: MB-339

Word is that the DCS: MB-339 is closing in on release and third party developer IndiaFoxtEcho have released a second trailer showcasing the jet while we wait. Let’s have a look! MB-339 in action With the MB-339 jet trainer credentials firmly in hand with both releases for DCS and for MSFS, this next IndiaFoxtTecho trailer…

We have an answer on why so many DCS modules are being announced

With a half dozen new aircraft and maps announced over the last several weeks, a common question being asked in the community is why so many all at once and what has changed. Well, we have a bit of insight into that now. Third party announcements The recent spate of announcements from DCS: Sinai to…

DCS introduces A-1 Skyraider, plus Supercarrier and AI updates

Another week and another announcement. This week, Eagle Dynamics announces a new third party that is developing a A-1 Skyraider for DCS World. There are also some updates on AI and on the DCS: Supercarrier. Skyraider First flying in March of 1945, Douglas’ A-1 Skyraider was developed to replace the Dauntless, Helldiver, and Avenger in…

More DCS 3rd party modules to be announced

Eagle Dynamics has certainly been on a roll recently with aircraft and map announcements coming every week. Matt Wagner from Eagle Dynamics has let slip that there are additional modules in the queue waiting to be announced. Ok then! Four more! The DCS community loves new modules almost as much as we love to speculate…

Let’s talk more about DCS: C-130J

A year ago if you’d asked me if I wanted to fly a C-130 in DCS I would have said, “Sure, yeah that’s cool!” and then gone back to flying the F-16 and F/A-18. I love seeing new aircraft working their way into the sim and more players doing more different types of tasks together…

DCS: C-130J headlines new DCS World dev update

The latest DCS World Weekend News continues a streak of announcements and feature updates that Eagle Dynamics has been on for several weeks now. This latest developer update includes news about further FLIR rendering improvements, a note about some key open beta updates and is headlined by the reveal of the DCS: C-130J. There’s a…

Heatblur provides AIM-54 Phoenix update

The release of the DCS: F-14 Tomcat for DCS World has largely been lauded as a huge success not only for DCS World but also for third party developer Heatblur who cemented themselves at a top tier developer of modules for the sim. Their F-14 is unparalleled in the level of detail that has been…

New DCS: F-15E images and video show radar in operation

Another small milestone along the way towards a fully operation DCS: F-15E Strike Eagle is the appearance of the ground mapping radar. Today we have a video and a few new screenshots showing it in operation. Ground mapping radar The DCS: F-15E Strike Eagle will incorporate a simulation of the AN/APG-70 radar used on the…

Let’s talk DCS maps and other complaints

Eagle Dynamics has been on a bit of an announcement spree recently and I thought after last week things might begin to settle down. I was wrong! We’ve seen both aircraft and scenery announcements and it’s been an interesting time to contemplate the future of the series. I want to take stock of what’s been…