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I think they might actually do the EA-6B Prowler, although I'd have to say I prefer they did the Tornado instead then.

What makes you think that?

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I'd love to see one of the following:

 

- Mig-25/31

- Tornado IDS/ECR/GR.4

- Su-34 (but only if the toilet is simulated...)

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Twin seater, ground mapping radar, advanced electronics suite, carrier based. Fits right into their campaign project.

The Prowler has a crew of four, not two ;)

Does the Prowler still have a (ground mapping) radar?

 

Anyways, it's an EW aircraft and DCS is lacking the simulation of EW necessary to implement such an aircraft. So that probably won't happen.

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That's also my bet (and hope). But some other aircraft might apply as well, like the F-111.

 

Or the Su-24 :)

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The Prowler has a crew of four, not two ;)

Does the Prowler still have a (ground mapping) radar?

 

Anyways, it's an EW aircraft and DCS is lacking the simulation of EW necessary to implement such an aircraft. So that probably won't happen.

 

I was actually thinking of the A-6E Intruder, my bad.

 

The Prowler could make even more interesting use of the jester AI though, so I wouldn't rule it out.

 

But I do have a hunch regarding the Intruder.

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I think there might be too much emphasis on the swing wings here. I am not sure this can be considered a Heatblur technology, or if this just uses the tools provided by ED.

 

At the risk of going in circles, I think more thought should be given on the Forrestal carrier. Heatblur spends considerable effort on building this carrier (with animated deck crews as far as we know, and probably more interesting stuff). Don't you think it would be reasonable for them to make future aircraft that operate on this carrier?

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A-6, F-111, Tornado (mud mover), F-117, Su 24, F-16 or F-104 would be great. Or any Gripen.

And why not a B-1 or Backfire? AI Co-pilots could be tasked to go through some procedures.

MiG 23 could be a bit dull, can't turn with anything.

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A-6, F-111, Tornado (mud mover), F-117, Su 24, F-16 or F-104 would be great. Or any Gripen.

And why not a B-1 or Backfire? AI Co-pilots could be tasked to go through some procedures.

MiG 23 could be a bit dull, can't turn with anything.

 

A Backfire is already being made actually. The B-1 maybe too advanced, I think a Convair B-58 Hustler would be better

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After hearing hints from Cobra,the most likely candidates could be the MiG-23 Flogger since Heatblur did work on the MiG-21bis Fishbed along with development of the F-14s swing wing design.The others could be a Panavia Tornado,Su-17/22 Fitter,Su-24 Fencer,and the F-111 Aardvark.I would rule out the B-1 Lancer,Tu-22M Backfire and the Tu-160 Blackjack because i highly doubt that HB could make a complicated full bomber such as those.

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The F-105 would be nice, be it a D or a G variant. Hell even F would be fun. And the Mig 21 players would have something to try and catch in the weeds.

 

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Or the Su-24 :)

I actually haven't thought about the Su-24 so far, but it might fit indeed.

 

I think there might be too much emphasis on the swing wings here. I am not sure this can be considered a Heatblur technology, or if this just uses the tools provided by ED.

 

At the risk of going in circles, I think more thought should be given on the Forrestal carrier. Heatblur spends considerable effort on building this carrier (with animated deck crews as far as we know, and probably more interesting stuff). Don't you think it would be reasonable for them to make future aircraft that operate on this carrier?

You're totally right with both points. That's why I always used a "maybe" when mentioning swing wings and a focus on their carrier would totally make sense. :thumbup:

 

backfire made by who?

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Of course the Panavia Tornado has thrust reversing technology as well. The Viggens works perfectly...

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If it's a western aircraft, i hope it is either Century series, or some cold war bird that has seen significant combat.

 

If it's Eastern I hope it's similar in terms of combat history but also a surprise. Be it a Mig-17 or a Mig-25, or possibly an Su-15 :O

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I'd love to see one of the following:

 

- Mig-25/31

- Tornado IDS/ECR/GR.4

- Su-34 (but only if the toilet is simulated...)

 

:D

 

- Su-34

- Tornado IDS/ECR/GR.4

- Mig-29

 

Combat/Attack Helicopters (Mi-24 is already in the lines and KA-52 is to new so i leave them)

 

- Rooivalk (Realy i like this Big ugly Monster)

- Viper or Tiger (Both on second)

- Mi-28

 

And if somebody does any Variant of the Apache ... Iam OK with that too.

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Why is the F 4 not in the skies ?

 

Any hopes, that this good old battlequeen will see DCS in this outstanding quality you already delivered ? She dominated a complete era.. and there was no Western sky without the black traces of phantom engines :-)

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Guess threads are fun.

 

What about the A32 Lansen? Two-seat, has some kind of ground mapping/nav radar and it was the original delivery platform for the Rb04. So a lot of reuse of heatblur tech.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saab_32_Lansen

 

Though I guess it's even more obscure than the Viggen, so commercially it doesn't really make that much sense.

I also hope for a Lansen or even for a Draken but all of most, support for Road Base operations with mobile crews (already got this), 800 m road base strip and taxiways as "static objects" and a scandinavia map :P


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Of course the Panavia Tornado has thrust reversing technology as well. The Viggens works perfectly...

 

Good point :thumbup:

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Any hopes, that this good old battlequeen will see DCS in this outstanding quality you already delivered ? She dominated a complete era.. and there was no Western sky without the black traces of phantom engines :-)

 

The Phantom is already being worked on by Belsimtek!

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