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estoy muy desconectado de dcs, pero si no me equivoco para el mapa de siria faltaria modelar correctamente el tanque M60 tanto el 3d como el poderlo manejar en 1º persona, lo tienen los turcos e israelies y el britanico chieftain creo no esta modelado en dcs que lo tendrian los jordanos

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2 hours ago, Renko said:

Con todo el respeto.
Pero se ve que el editor de DCS no lo has usado, ¿verdad?

Exactamente que es lo que quieres decirme con eso?

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4 hours ago, Renko said:

Bueno si sacan ese mapa sin unidades propias de los bandos nativos, aunque sean unas pocas, será una gran cagada.
Pero los tiros iban más por que viendo lo que se hizo con los infames ASSETS WWII de pago, si en esta ocasión nos quieren hacer pasar por caja otra vez despues de comprar el mapa.

Pero lo más curioso de todo es que no he visto a nadie en foros preguntar por eso, cuando hubo tanta controversia

Por unidades a DCS le faltan un buen monton, por tierra, por mar y por aire.... y viendo el ritmo que llevan con el AP, vamos que no tengas prisa.... es lo que hay...y ya no hablo de aparatos que vuelan, con DCS hay que tener imaginacion...

y eso sin mencionar las unidades que si estan pero tienen los poligonos del primer FC y que me recuerdan cuando volaba en los 90...

es lo que hay...

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Faltan un montón de unidades aéreas (sin tocar desde Lomac), de tierra hay un salto entre el T-55 y el T72B3 y similares.

No hay un simple obus remolcado, en temas SAM, los SA-2 y SA-3 y en parte el patriot y el hawk podemos decir que bueno pase, pero el resto viene de Lomac con un lío enorme de definiciones y con errores de Km/millas en la programación.

Si que es cierto que ese mapa es lo más “parecido a tener todas las unidades” junto con el Cáucaso si lo usas en un periodo de tiempo cercano a las guerras caucásicas.
 

Lo de las unidades pasando por caja al final se lo tendrán que plantear.

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Estamos trabajando en ello......
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10th July 2020


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Since our commitment to bug-fixing in DCS World 2.5, we continue to work with bug reports
as we prepare for the next Open Beta (OB) release. The slowing down of OB versions allows
us to improve stability and diminish some of the frustrations that many of you have felt,
especially in multiplayer.

This week we are excited to share further progress on DCS: Syria. Our third-party partners
Ugra Media have been working hard on realising Damascus airport in its entirety. More info-
rmation on the development process can be found on our forum.

We hope that the DCS World Summer Sale 2020 has helped expand your knowledge of our
modules. The sale will come to an end on this Monday 13th at midnight GMT.

On Saturday the 11th of July, the 104th Phoenix VFBS will be live streaming the 11th round
of the Helicopter Wars tournament. Read more.

Thank you for your passion and support.


Yours sincerely,



The Eagle Dynamics Team



Open Beta
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Our bug-fixing process enables us to better prepare for the next DCS World 2.5.6 Open Beta
release. This week we have been working on small graphic glitches whilst continuing to improve
the overall load time and frame rate when running high graphic settings. We are also working on
multiplayer server glitches seen in large missions, these issues were reported by our closed Beta-
Testing Teams.

We have started the final test and debug iteration to ensure we deliver a reliable OB. We would like
to thank all our internal and beta tester friends for the efforts needed to find, engage and destroy the bugs.



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The reasons for these conflicts were ideological and economic contradictions not only of the countries
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war. The Syria theatre will contain military confrontation sites such as Homs Province and Aleppo Citadel,
Golan Heights and the Bekaa Valley. Ground-based anti-aircraft missile systems, unmanned aerial vehicles
and air-to-air missiles were used here for the first time on a large scale. About 900 airplanes and helicopters
were destroyed during these conflicts. Read more on our forum.

In the next publication, we will talk about Beirut International Airport, the Israeli military airfield Ramat
David and the largest US Air Force base in the Middle East – Incirlik.



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1 hour ago, Tarres said:

Del Apache (A blk-49) ya se ha dicho muchas veces que es cuestión de "cuando" no de "si".

 

A día de hoy un Longbow es más que probable

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On 7/8/2020 at 1:53 PM, lucifer said:

Ya está operativo.

Sí, pero no dispara 😆 Probado en la estable, no uso la OB.

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39 minutes ago, Marmac said:

Sí, pero no dispara 😆 Probado en la estable, no uso la OB.

Una pena. En la OB si dispara y hace PUM. ;)

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Matt Wagner no cambia,,,jjeje,, ese giro de cabeza para enseñarnos el Mi-24P , que es el nuevo trabajo que están desarrollando, se ve genial,, nos enseña poquito del hind y continúa...jejej, es su estilo.

 

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Bueno, ya queda menos para ver si el gran parche soluciona más que lo que rompe o todo sigue igual.

 

El video de Siria es impresionante. Ahora, me gustaría saber cuánto ocupa en disco.

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