777/1C Studios released a flock of content covering their 3 current projects. Update 3.012 will keep you busy for a while! Shortly after releasing the Sopwith Dolphin and the Fokker D.VII, the team is adding the D.VII-F in Flying Circus. Considered as one of the best German fighters in WW1, it most likely rules the sky in multiplayer. On the ground, things are also going full speed forward. Tank crew map “Prokhorovka” has been released, along with two new beasts: The PzKpfw.III Ausf.M, and the M4A2 Sherman. Along with the content addition, tankists will get sight illumination, very useful in dark conditions.

Last but not least, the infamous FW-190 D9 makes its debut in Battle of Bodenplatte. It is the first german plane to feature a gyrosight, a deadly aiming device that calculate where to put your rounds, assuming you use it correctly. The plane, already modeled in DCS World, will obviously bring up the comparison between the two simulations.

1. Fw 190 D-9 “Dora” fighter is available to Battle of Bodenplatte Premium Edition owners;
2. Prokhorovka map (Southern part of the Kursk salient) is available to Tank Crew – Clash at Prokhorovka owners;
3. M4A2 tank is available to Tank Crew – Clash at Prokhorovka owners;
4. PzKpfw.III Ausf.M  tank is available to Tank Crew – Clash at Prokhorovka owners;
5. Fokker D.VIIF fighter is available to Flying Circus – Volume I owners;
6. Locomotive tenders are destroyable once again;
7. The oxygen system capacity corrected (increased) on Fokker D.VII;
8. The sound of a damaged engine made more pronounced on all aircraft;
9. KV-1s, Pz.VI-H1, M4A2, and Pz.III-M have night gunsight illumination;
10. KV-1s and Pz.VI-H1 turrets bend their antennas when rotating;
11. Rocket exhaust flame corrected – it cuts immediately when the engine of a rocket stops and its smoke trail disappears faster;
12. A game freeze (when a statistics screen was visible on top of the other menus) has been fixed.


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