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Is there any talk or interest in a developer creating a bomber module type aircraft for DCS?

Such as B-52, B-2, Tu-22M?

 

Would be really cool to fly and protect these type of aircraft. Dropping tons of ordinance carpet bombing would be fun.

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Is there any talk or interest in a developer creating a bomber module type aircraft for DCS?

Such as B-52, B-2, Tu-22M?

 

 

I can't imagine the US or Russian Air Forces providing the technical details of these aircrafts and their weapons in enough detail to create a simulation of DCS level. Perhaps on 20 years more.

 

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I would love ti see a B-52H or a B-1B and it I don't see myself in 8 to 12 h missions either but i with the maps we have a nice 3 hour bombing Mission in a nice threat envirement with guys in F-14's and F-18's flying CAP and excort - that would be amazing.

 

 

But i suspect there a alot of hurdles to be overcome to get those birds as PFM/ASM-modules in DCS

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I can't imagine the US or Russian Air Forces providing the technical details of these aircrafts and their weapons in enough detail to create a simulation of DCS level. Perhaps on 20 years more.

 

lol why not? the last production B52 rolled off the assembly lines in 1962.

 

It doesn't have to be a 21st century modernized B52.

 

 

I can’t imagine 8-12 hour missions...

 

 

in DCS we can edit how much % of fuel we want in an aircraft. flying with max internal load wouldn't be necessary to fly such long missions.


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The Mosquito sounds pretty neat. Maybe it will finally get me into the WW2 part of DCS.

But I think most of us want some big jet engine bomber. I have played flight simulators for purely civilian aircraft like the Boeing 767, which can be a real pleasure when it is realistically modelled. Put in a few bombs and it will get even more interesting! :)

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Okay you got me. I was just telling myself “I’m gonna save so much time and money by not playing DCS WWII” but a Mosquito. I don’t care that we are getting a simplish systems model at first I’m gonna have to struggle to maintain my normal life when that comes out.

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Yeah, both the Moz and the Jug will be great for us CAS guys. And I'm finding the Dora a great ground attack plane too. Flying her passes the time a treat while waiting for further aircraft deliveries ;)

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