DCS World : newsletter 19 janvier 2018 -F/A-18C et Yak-52

DCS World : newsletter 19 janvier 2018 -F/A-18C et Yak-52

Newsletter 19 janvier 2018


Cette newsletter confirme que le Hornet sortira bien entre Avril et Fin Juin
Que la pre-commande est un succes (bon je vois mal ED annoncer dans une newsletter « c’est un échec » …)
La pre-commande apportera également un bonus de 16$ et cela c’est une bonne nouvelle et un geste « notable » pour pouvoir acheter le kit PA qui sortira par la suite ….
Comme quoi quand il y a du bon on le souligne aussi !!

Plus d’infos sur le forum C6


Ce dernier avance bien:

  • Nouveau moteur de modélisation des moteur à pistons, qui servira pour un prochain P47-D.
  • Nouveau modèle de vol, un dev FM de chez ED a pris place en backseat durant des vols de voltige pour peaufiner ce dernier .
    (NDC6 et surement revenir tout vert 🙂 )
  • l’équipe travail pour implémenter un mutli crew élève/moniteur (ca devrait plaire à pas mal de monde !!)

    La suite sur C6 !!!! 

DCS: Yak-52 Update
Although the Hornet and DCS World 2.5 have been in the spotlight lately, the Yak-52 is making great progress and will introduce some great new technologies that will benefit the future of DCS World.

  • We are creating a new radial piston simulation engine from the ground up with a highly-realistic engine cooling model. This will have great benefits for future DCS aircraft like the P-47D Thunderbolt.
  • One of our staff members is also Yak-52 aerobatic pilot! We’ve had our flight engineers in the back seat to get the flight model and quirks of the aircraft just right.
  • A very important aspect of the Yak-52 are the flight dynamics and post-stall behavior. Our team has been making substantial progress to making our Yak-52 fly just like the real one, including edge-of and out-of-envelope maneuvers. She really will be a blast to fly!
  • We are also working to include cooperative multiplayer to allow both pilot and student in the same aircraft.
  • When played in VR, the detailed cockpit very much comes to life.


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DCS: F/A-18C Hornet
Last week we made DCS: F/A-18C Hornet available for pre-purchase and it has been a huge success for us. Thank you for the amazing support!

Between April and the end of Spring 2018, we will release the Hornet into Early Access. For now though, pre-purchase and save 20$. Additionally, you will receive $16 in bonus points!

Pre-purchase and save $20 in DCS e-shop!

The Hornet is a true multi-role fighter that can switch from attacking surface targets to engaging air targets with the press of a button. Equally at home on an aircraft carrier or airfield, the Hornet is equipped with a large suite of sensors that include radar, target pod, and a helmet mounted sight. In addition to its internal 20mm cannon, the Hornet can be armed with large assortment of unguided bombs and rockets, laser- and -GPS-guided bombs, air-to-surface missiles of all sorts, and both radar- and infrared-guided air-to-air missiles.
DCS World provides the most rich and authentic digital battlefield for the Hornet to fly in.

Key Features of DCS: F/A-18C Hornet:

  • Professional Flight Model (PFM) and authentic Flight Control System (FCS)
  • Realistic model of the F/A-18C, down to each bolt
  • Detailed simulation of the Hornet’s many systems like engines, fuel, electrical, hydraulic, radios, lighting, emergency, and many, many more
  • Inertial and GPS navigation systems with moving map display
  • Virtually all the weapons and sensors that a mid-2000s US Navy F/A-18C operates
  • Highly realistic cockpit that is mouse interactive
  • Spin recovery system
  • Authentic Hornet sounds with assistance from Boeing
  • New effects like over-wing vapor
  • Virtual Reality support
  • Multiple liveries

If you have any questions about DCS: F/A-18C, they are probably answered in the DCS: F/A-18C Hornet FAQ

You can also find regular project updates here