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I don't expect any detailed information about how many modules of the Huey have been sold, but I'd be really interested to know how this module did from a commercial perspective. Did it surpass expectations? Was it merely "OK"?

 

I guess quite a few 3rd party developers followed the release of the first 3rd party module for DCS and the financial success (or failure) will most probably influence what and how many projects we'll see in the future.

 

I hope the devs can really make some money with these modules, because I want to see a lot more of them in the future!

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Apparently the Huey did actually far exceed sales figure expectations that's why there is a sale on with it. I read that somewhere here.

 

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Apparently the Huey did actually far exceed sales figure expectations that's why there is a sale on with it. I read that somewhere here.

 

I doubt that.

Sales are there to increase sales. Putting a sale on a good selling product would just be giving away money.

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I don't know if my answer is good but for me the DCS Huey is perfect, I spend all my time to fly with this Huey...

Before I spent many hours with the "FSX Dodosim" but now I've forget the Dodosim because the Huey is better for me.

I do not regret buying this module...

 

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Even big companys like Sony, Microsoft or EA release their sale figures for both software and hardware.

 

My company has around 200 employees and our sales figures are strictly confidential, to the point where you can get fired if you are found disclosing them. Granted we are a contractor in the automotive business, so this is a little special, but still.

 

I think only companies that are listed at a stock exchange have such obligations.


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Apparently the Huey did actually far exceed sales figure expectations that's why there is a sale on with it. I read that somewhere here.

 

Hers is quote what I have read somewhere but -sorry- I'm unable to recall the link " It's a huge success!"

- and here are some numbers: 1234567890 when you just slightly change the order and also leave some of them out - you will get very close to the true sales numbers.

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Wow, that means ARMA sold over a billion, or so I have heard! :P

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