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What's the difference between "DCS Series" and "DCS World"?


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DCS Series are (payable) modules to be implemented into DCS World (free).

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14 minutes ago, Lange_666 said:

DCS Series are (payable) modules to be implemented into DCS World (free).

 

 

Thank you for your kind response. I think I got it: Every DCS player starts installing "DCS World" for free (TF-51D + Su-25 + Caucasus Map) and, after that, decides if whether or not he wants one or more payable products (modules, maps, etc.)... right?

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Also be mindful of Aircraft module in the shop, “for DCS World”  titles are not full fidelity modeled. They are $14 ones.

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