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DCS 2.7 Change Missile Launch Spawn Behavior


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EDIT Well the forums completely destroyed my post and removed all the text, fixing...

 

Missiles in DCS are considered part of your aircraft until you launch them and they become separate objects. 2.7 seems to have changed the way DCS spawns missiles launched from your aircraft. Previously the missiles would get a velocity boost and jump away from your plane. Now they spawn fixed to your launch rail and smoothly accelerate off the rail (which is more realistic). However this seems to have resulted in making missiles collide with launching aircraft:

 

 

 

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And the real problem is it might lead to aircraft damage:

 

 

I thought it was over G at first but now I'm not sure.

 

What I want to know is if any of this behavior is a bug. Perhaps I am just exceeding the rail launch g limit?


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OK then it is not just me and this looks like a bug.

 

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Can this topic be moved to the bugs section?

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Yeah, strange... seems there are some ghosts/fake missiles before launch and definitely wintip rails >> missiles >> aircraft are not synced...

 

Look this clips that show desync or not proper positions missile or rail or wing...models...i dont know...very strange and problematic:


https://clips.twitch.tv/PlayfulRenownedPancakeMcaT-MZ59VwS22qjUPnUb

 

And here KEY MOMENT to me... missile launch but missile was not on the rail on moment of the launch. So, two close objects, wing and missile in that moment and of course if they not going in same direction, they go in slightly diff heading they will colide.

https://clips.twitch.tv/NaiveSassySandstormRaccAttack-KtGVpq03xdlRrP5M


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Great clips, that makes it seem like the issue is wing flex. Once the missile launches, it no longer follows the wing and can collide with it.

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