Ok, I admit it. I was probably wrong about this one. In my last article, DCS World 2017: Looking Forward, 24 Mar.2017, I expressed doubts that we would see the Razbam /DCS: AV-8B Harrier II this year. In order to protect my sanity, I try to avoid spending much time fretting about what’s […]
Developers at Carenado, known for their excellent HD Series of general aviation aircraft, it seems are delving farther into the air transport realm, by introducing yet a third regional airliner along-side it’s B1000D and DO228 twin turboprops, already a fairly radical departure from the “typical” light-plane based products in the past. […]
Could this finally be the year? Maybe. Having written about 2016 in retrospect, it seemed appropriate that I present I hope that we may see in the not-to distant-future. I am fairly positive that I am not alone in my first choice would be if I had my way (and […]
Well, guys, it’s been ‘two weeks’ since the DCS: F-5E Tiger II came out it and has moved into ‘highly favored’ status in my module ‘hanger’. It’s is fun in the extreme to fly around in, and it’s fairly competent as a ground attack platform (with practice, of course) but in air to air, it’s […]
A new projet has been revealed this night. It is the Blackburn Buccaneer, by BANA Project. This plane was a carrier based strike plane, including nuclear capacity. It was operated between the 60’tys and the 90’tys. They plan to create an advanced mod at first, including SFM, 3D model and adapted cockpit from FC, then […]
Polychop keep the pressure with a new video of the Gazelle’s startup procedure. You can already learn how to rampstart this little helicopter, and prepare for its “soon” release.
Here’s the latest development pictures from Polychop, about the swedish variant of the BO-105.
Razbam posted a new video showing the animation of their upcoming Tucano thru DCS Model Viewer. It demonstrate all the animations implemented on the 3D model. While we can’t hotlink Facebook video here, you can find it here : https://www.facebook.com/RazbamSims/videos