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Next HB aircraft module


Next HB aircraft module  

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  1. 1. Next HB aircraft module

    • English Electric Lightning
      5
    • Panavia Tornado
      69
    • Blackburn Buccaneer
      2
    • SEPECAT Jaguar
      8
    • Sukhoi Su-24
      16
    • Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-27
      6
    • Lockheed F-117
      6
    • General Dynamics F-111
      26
    • Gloster Javelin
      0


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So far HB has made public their next module will be a (1) complex (2) twin engine jet. Aircraft that fits this bill I can think of are:

 

  1. English Electric Lightning
  2. Blackburn Buccaneer
  3. Gloser Javelin (not sure it is a complex aircraft)
  4. Panavia Tornado
  5. SEPECAT Jaguar (not sure it is a complex aircraft)
  6. General Dynamics F-111
  7. Sukhoi Su-24 (not sure it is a complex aircraft)
  8. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-27 (not sure it is a complex aircraft)
  9. Lockheed F-117 (nobody ever mentions this one)

 

EDIT: I forgot a serious contender, the A6 Intruder, and I don't know how to edit the poll. Sorry about that.

 

 

This list excludes (1) planes that are too new to be adapted to DCS or that have been announced by other developers as part of their development plans, (2) medium and heavy bombers, (3) reconnaissance aircraft, (4) trainers and (5) planes that never made it to mass production.


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Wishlist: Tornado ADV/IDS, Blackburn Buccaneer, Super Mystère B2, Saab J 35 Draken,

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We're working on another complex jet which will make good use of our own technologies.

Tornado

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DCS Panavia Tornado (IDS) really needs to be a thing!

 

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Voted F-111. I have no evidence what so ever to support it. However, being the original airframe that produced the tomcat it could be an interesting path for them to pursue.

 

While there's been no official statement, RAZBAM has put out a couple of Images as teasers that appear to be the EE Lightning. Whether this is true or just an AI Asset I don't know.

 

Aside from that, the Tornado would be a very good aircraft to get into DCS. especially with its near F-16 level of Hype.

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You can vote all day long, but I am sure that HB wouldn't go the lengths they do with this aircraft if they didn't have the intention to also make it flyable:

 

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This plus F-14A plus this...

 

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... = Ranger's Grumman Air Wing.

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Pointless poll is pointless :)

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So far HB has made public their next module will be a (1) complex (2) twin engine jet. Aircraft that fits this bill I can think of are:

 

The Grumman Intruder ... my bet is on it, it would be perfect alongside the Tomcat.

 

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Why isn't the A-6 Intruder in the poll? It is a complex twin engine jet. It also makes the most sense considering it goes great with the Tomcat and Forrestal carrier. They have also already done a lot of work creating an AI version.

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RIP Tunnan/Draken/Gripen dreams :(

 

Draken would be kinda boring, it's a pure interceptor and underperforms compared to the Viggen.

 

EDIT: And for me personally it's either the A-6E or get out of my face!!!


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Why isn't the A-6 Intruder in the poll? It is a complex twin engine jet. It also makes the most sense considering it goes great with the Tomcat and Forrestal carrier. They have also already done a lot of work creating an AI version.

 

Yes, this. Why isn't hte A-6 Intruder in the poll? HB also stated that they build the AI A-6 model with the "full module" in mind if they can get a license for it. It has also it's own teaser/trailer, non of the listed poll aircraft has that. ;)

 

 

My vote and hope -> A-6 Intruder :matrix:

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We really need two-seat trainers that actually work like real dual-control primary flight training aircraft. I'd say a few of them from US, USSR, UK, and others. My vote is the AT-6 Texan II which is not the EMB 314 although they look similar.

 

Oh, and the OV-10 Bronco


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