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DCS: World Newsletters

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DCS: World Newsletter Febrero 2015:
- Salida del Belsimtek Mig-15Bis.
- DCS: W 2 Ejecutable unificado disponible en Alfa al publico proximamente.
- Toques finales a Nevada NTTR. Alfa release publico proximamente. Sigue en desarrollo los DLCs de campañas para este teatro.
- ED se enfoca en el L-39 como proximo a ser release, el multicabina estará disponible despues de su salida.
- P-47 continua a buen ritmo, como el Bf-109K pasa a release en esta versión, el equipo pasará a completar el P-47
- Primeras imagenes de la cabina del Spitfire IX
- El radar aire-tierra del F/A-18C ya funciona, se procederá a añadir submodos, se añaden nuevas images de la cabina 6DOF.
- Mientras, ED se prepara para sacar el Bae Hawk de VEAO.

http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... ostcount=1
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DCS World 1.2.15 and MiG-15bis!
Both DCS World 1.2.15 and DCS: MiG-15bis are now available.
You can download DCS World 1.2.15 using the automatic updater or download the installer files here.
DCS: MiG-15bis can be purchased from DCS E-shop.

DCS: MiG-15bis product page.

We also have a series of videos to help you get started with the MiG-15bis here:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... -f-OTGOknR

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DCS World 2
We are nearing a point where DCS World 2 will be available for a public, alpha release. The primary work remains with sorting out some issues with the unified .exe (no longer will the front end and simulation end operate as two separate exe). We have also been using this time to give mission builders better control of AI weapon jettison, afterburner use, and restrictions of when they can attack air and ground targets. Now that the 1.2.15 update is released, the team will be focused on final testing and preparing DCS World 2 (and the NTTR map) for its debut.

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DCS: Nevada Test and Training Map
The actual art construction (elevation mesh and textures) of this map is more-or-less done with the remaining work being performance optimization and getting the AI units to operate within the map correctly (such as airfield taxi operations). As with DCS World 2, once 1.2.15 is released, this map will be the focus of testing to get it ready for its alpha, public release.
In parallel with the new map, Red Flag campaigns for the F-15C and A-10C are in active development.

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DCS: L-39 Albatros
The next aircraft to be released by Eagle Dynamics will be the L-39C and the L-39ZA. Both aircraft are in a later stage of development with most of the work now focused on the various cockpit systems and flight dynamics. This will be a fully-realized module with mouse-interactive cockpit and professional flight model. Although it will not be available at launch, two-players in the same aircraft is planned for the L-39. We see this as an important feature, not just for the L-39, but other current and future DCS modules.

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DCS: P-47D Thunderbolt
The next World War II aircraft for DCS World will be the Thunderbolt. As you can see by the images in this newsletter, the cockpit is quite far along and overall project status is moving along nicely. Once the Bf 109 K-4 is out of beta (good progress as you can see in the 1.2.15 preliminary change log), progress on this module will further accelerate.

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DCS: Spitfire IX
Following the Thunderbolt, the next of our World War II aircraft will be the glorious Spitfire IX. While not as far along as the Thunderbolt, aspects of it are underway as evidenced by the early cockpit renders seen in this newsletter

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DCS: F/A-18C Hornet
No, it’s not a myth. Work on the Hornet continues with great progress on the air-to-surface radar. The real beam mapping mode is just about done, and once complete, the team will start work on the various sub-modes. This has been a critical new technology that had to be developed from scratch for this project.
Included in this newsletter is the current status of the 6 DOF cockpit. It is still very much a work-in-progress but project development is now accelerating.

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Hawk for DCS World
We are working closely with VEAO Simulations on preparing the Hawk for sale on the DCS e-shop. There have been a few remaining bugs that need to be resolved, but once complete, the module will be available from the DCS e-shop. In the meantime, you can download the VEAO installer here.

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Re: DCS: World Newsletters

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No es un newsletter, pero ED busca personal para la realización de la versión localizada china de DCS: World para dar el salto al mercado asiatico.

http://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?p ... ost2357452
Dear community,

Eagle Dynamics is expanding into the Chinese market and we looking for a voluntary Chinese localization team.

Team member requirements:
At least 18 years old
Excellent Chinese language skills
Excellent English language skills
Determined and motivated team-players
Possible aviation background (knowledge of Chinese aviation terms)
What we offer?
A moderate workload within an international team
Access to the close beta of our simulations
If you think you have what it takes, please contact us via e-mail: matthias@digitalcombatsimulator.com

Eagle Dynamics

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Re: DCS: World Newsletters

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DCS Newletter de Abril, monton de novedades, DCS: W 2.0, L-39 con multicrew, Nevada, Hormuz, Combined Arms 1.5, WW2 y el F/A-18 y el radar aire-tierra. la pena, que parece que no van a ser regulares los proximos newsletters, sino hasta que haya noticias :|
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DCS World Website Update

The new and improved DCS World website is now live. The website has been reformatted to make it more organized, look better, and more mobile device friendly. Please visit the revamped new site at:

http://www.DigitalCombatSimulator.com

DCS World 2

Each day we are making more progress in moving DCS World 2. Since the previous newsletter, the team has made great progress on AI landing logic, an all-new multiplayer interface that includes such features as Favorites and Filters, new smoke effects, improvements to the lighting and shadows, replaced the general ground texture with a higher resolution one, increased new terrain graphics performance, the ability to load and work with different maps in the Mission Editor, improvements to the Graphical User Interface (GUI), dedicated server, and a new protection system.

We often read questions regarding how the current Black Sea map will look in DCS World 2. Rather than try to describe this in words, we have included a non-edited gameplay video of the freely available Su-25T Instant Action mission “SAM Killer”. We hope this will paint a clear picture.

Video: https://youtu.be/xaKkwChLE5c

We are burning the midnight oil and we will release an alpha of Nevada Test and Training Range map once we feel it is ready. Before we can do so though, there are still several items that need to be addressed. These will also include: completing the new multiplayer interface, performance optimization, various unified .exe issues, remaining crashes, and some night lighting issues.

DCS: L-39 Albatros

The next aircraft module to be released by Eagle Dynamics will be the L-39 Albatros. The front and back cockpit are nearing completion as you can see in the included video. This video also gives you another look at the Black Sea map in DCS World 2.

Video: https://youtu.be/Xo6chhW9pPk
Primary aspects to still complete are an all-new external model and the completion of the cockpit systems and flight dynamics.

The biggest innovation for this aircraft, and a big part of our reason choosing it, was the inclusion of multiple network players in the same aircraft. This technology has been a big focus of the team as of late. This has also been a big reason for our re-design of the multiplayer interface. It is to be determined if this features will be part of the initial beta release.

DCS World 2: Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) Map

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We are further improving the Nevada map and moving it closer to Alfa. Items being worked on include adding the various TACAN and VORTAC stations, improving the mountain textures, improving ground object shadowing, and adding collision models to most ground objects.

Included is a video demonstrating the urban density possible with DCS World 2 and the tremendous sense of speed it provides when flying at low altitude. No, no time acceleration is used.

Video: https://youtu.be/LMOzd89daiU

DCS: Strait of Hormuz Map

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When not working on the Nevada map, our map team is making steady progress on the Strait of Hormuz Map. Most of the airfields are now placed and a great deal of work is being done on manually improving the elevation mesh and textures. However, this map still has a long way to go with items such as airfield taxi routing, water textures, airbase lighting, ground object placement, navigation aids, and ATC still needed to be addressed.

DCS: Combined Arms 1.5

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A lot of new work is going into Combined Arms in regards to improved user control (particularly from the external unit movement control), intercom messages, and improved AI. While a bit too early to show off these new features in this newsletter, we hope to be showing these advancements off soon.

DCS: P-47D and DCS: Spitfire

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Work continues on the object models, cockpit systems and flight models, but there is nothing new to show this month.

DCS: F/A-18C Hornet

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Work is mostly focused on the air-to-ground radar that is making good progress; the team is now starting to create the various sub-modes such as the expanded modes. We have included a couple of images that show samples of the new air-to-ground radar technology that is based on radar reflectivity logic.

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Future Newsletters

When there is sufficient new news to justify a newsletter, they will be provided. However, there is no set schedule.

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Re: DCS: World Newsletters

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Del Facebook de Eagle Dynamics, por lo que se ve, ahora se pueden colocar ruedas y banderas para señalizar zonas de aterrizaje, las banderas se mueven y ondean en la dirección del viento.

https://www.facebook.com/eagle.dynamics
The mark flags and tyres. Could be use for landing site markings.
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Yes. Flags work as weathercock and fluttering.
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Re: DCS: World Newsletters

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Rebajas de verano en DCS: World

http://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=143705
DCS World Summer Sale!

Summer is upon us and it’s time beat the heat with some new DCS modules! From Friday May 29th (00:30 Moscow time) to Monday June 8th (08:00 Moscow time), we will be offering 60% off on most DCS World modules.

http://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/shop/

DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3: $39.99 to $15.99 (60% off)
DCS: A-10C Warthog: $39.99 to $15.99 (60% off)
DCS: Black Shark 2: $39.99 to $15.99 (60% off)
DCS: P-51D Mustang: $29.99 to $11.99 (60% off)
DCS: Fw 190 D-9 Dora: $49.99 to $19.99 (60% off)
DCS: Bf 109 K-4 Kurfürst: $49.99 to $19.99 (60% off)
DCS: Combined Arms: $19.99 to $7.99 (60% off)
F-15C for DCS World: $9.99 to $3.99 (60% off)
Su-27 for DCS World: $9.99 to $3.99 (60% off)
Su-27 The Ultimate Argument Campaign: $9.99 to $3.99 (60% off)
A-10A for DCS World: $9.99 to $3.99 (60% off)
Su-25 for DCS World: $9.99 to $3.99 (60% off)
DCS: MiG-15bis: $49.99 to $19.99 (60% off)
DCS: F-86F Sabre: $49.99 to $19.99 (60% off)
DCS: UH-1H Huey: $49.99 to $19.99 (60% off)
DCS: Mi-8MTV2 Magnificent Eight: 49.99 to $19.99 (60% off)
DCS: C-101 Aviojet: $59.99 to $23.99 (60% off)
Hawk T.1A for DCS World: $39.99 to $15.99 (60% off)
DCS: MiG-21bis: $49.99 to $24.99 (50% off)

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Re: DCS: World Newsletters

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Newsletter de junio de Eagle Dinamics. la mala noticia es que DCS: World 2 se vuelve a retrasar. La buena, los progresos en NTTR, Spitfire mk IX, el Mig-29 para FC-3, el L-39 Albatros y el F/A-18C.
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DCS World 2 Status

Despite our best efforts over the past six months, DCS World 2 has not yet achieved the quality level and features that we require for an open alpha release. Rather than release an alpha version that is potentially a disappointment for many users, we feel it best to keep it in the oven a bit longer to bake it more thoroughly. We fully realize that this is disappointing for some, but I can assure you that it pales in in comparison to our own. No one wishes to release our new baby out into the world more than us.

Some of the biggest remaining items that we need to address before an open alpha include:

New multiplayer GUI system that allows multiple players in the same aircraft and multiple player aircraft in the same flight. This is critical for multi-seat aircraft like the L-39, UH-1H, Hawk, etc.
Completing the move to use of a single executable. This will allow us to do long-desired features such as a satellite view in the Mission Editor, 3D objects in the Encyclopedia and Mission Editor, faster mission loading times, and a more stable product.
With the move to DX11, we are continuing to find ways to increase performance. This is even more important with the coming wave of VR gear that demands extremely high framerates.
We wish to improve several more of the effects before the open alpha. Although we have new smoke, contrails, lighting, shadow, and missile trail effects, there are more we wish to improve like better explosions and over-wing vapor.
Lastly, there are a few remaining crash bugs we need to resolve.
So, although we have been making tremendous progress in developing DCS World 2, there are a few more items that still need to be addressed in order to meet our quality standards. We can only ask for patience because we believe that it will all be worth the wait and DCS World 2 will usher in a new chapter in the world of Digital Combat Simulator.

DCS: Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) Status

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While much of the team has been hard at work on getting DCS World 2 ready, our map team and engineers have been busy improving the NTTR map and fixing bugs. While we have made the significant step of moving the map into full testing, there are several important areas that need to be addressed before we can release it as an open alpha to everyone. Some of these items include:

Functional Air Traffic Control
Ground unit road movement
Performance improvements
Static object issues
TACAN and ILS
A couple of crash situations
When the map is available as an open Alpha, our plan is to still make this map available for free to those that purchased A-10C Warthog while it was in beta (prior to 21 February 2011). It will also be available for purchase from our e-shop for $39.99 USD.

DCS WWII

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The Spitfire has begun internal testing within DCS World. The Spitfire has progressed past the P-47 due to the level of info in ED's hands for the Spitfire while research continues on the P-47. The model has been added to DCS World internally and testing of the Merlin 66's performance has started; next will be the prop performance. The Spitfire version will be an early production Mark IXc LF with clipped wings. As a possible bonus, it's planned (but subject to change) to have the option to select the long wing version; however, you will lose the benefit of the clipped version and its roll rate.

MiG-29 for Flaming Cliffs 3

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To round out the collection of updated aircraft for Flaming Cliffs 3, the team is working on updating the MiG-29. This will include both a new, high-resolution 6 DOF cockpit and a new external model. After the F-15C, Su-27 and Su-33 Professional Flight Models (PFM) are complete, we also plan a PFM for the MiG-29.
The MiG-29 will have the same level of cockpit systems fidelity as the other Flaming Cliffs aircraft.
This will be a free update for Flaming Cliffs 3 owners.

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DCS: L-39 Albatros

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The L-39C Albatros is making good progress with new cockpit systems being integrated on almost a daily basis. The new L-39C external model is also nearing completion (the L-39ZA is further behind) as well as the Professional Flight Model (PFM).

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DCS: F/A-18C Hornet

Work continues on the building the Hornet cockpit and air-to-surface radar technology. Most of the recent cockpit work has involved texturing and animation of cockpit elements.

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Por fin mi avión preferido!! el Mig29 en 3D!!
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Re: DCS: World Newsletters

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Vale, parece que vuelven los "updates semanales", pero esta vez en versión de Streaming, este se subirá a Youtube.

http://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?p ... ost2419909
Weekly DCS World Stream

Dear all,

After the success of the Twitch Stream yesterday, we are going to attempt to do a weekly Twitch stream (when the software is cooperating and I am not traveling). Currently, I am thinking that it will be on Sundays at 1800 UTC time. With the kinks worked out, the streams will be archived for later viewing and users are free to re-broadcast.

It’s my hope that the first weekly stream will be this Sunday, 28 June.

I will also be doing an open Q&A on the channel chat the half hour prior to the stream starting.

More details to follow…

Thanks,
Matt
Tambien va ha haber una ronda de preguntas y respuestas media hora antes del comienzo del Stream.

Se pueden poner las preguntas aqui:
http://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=144519

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Siguiente Stream de Wags en DCS: W 2.0 el Domingo 28 de Junio a las 18 horas UTC

http://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=2 ... ostcount=2
The next stream will be a on Sunday, June 28th at 1800 UTC. Although there will probably be some new elements, this stream will for the most part duplicate the previous test stream now that we worked out some kinks. This time should also work better for most viewers.

http://www.twitch.tv/wagmatt

This stream will also be archived for later viewing for those that cannot make it.

Thanks,
Matt

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Wags ha dejado guardado el Stream del dia 28 en DCS: W 2 / NTTR para los que lo quieran ver:

http://www.twitch.tv/wagmatt/b/673478911

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