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Feel the excitement of flying the Su-25T "Frogfoot" attack jet and the TF-51D "Mustang" in the free-to-play Digital Combat Simulator World!
DCS World is a vehicle combat simulation game created by an inspired development team. DCS World uses a powerful engine that delivers realistic gameplay. The battlefield includes a spectacular mission area - the location of the Georgian conflict in 2008. Fly the Su-25T in a massive, semi-dynamic campaign to achieve dominance in the skies over Georgia! Experience the amazing flight dynamics and interactive cockpit of the TF-51D and understand why the Mustang is often regarded as the greatest fighter of the Second World War.
The huge variety of aircraft, land units and warships are included from countries such as the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, German Spain and others. Units are controlled by sophisticated Artificial Intelligence (AI) and they have an amazing levels of detail. This all allows for the creation of engaging, real-world combat missions in this flashpoint region. DCS is a true "sandbox" simulation that can and will cover multiple time periods covering many types of combat and civilian units.
Your exhilarating experience will be extended through additional DCS modules available through Steam. Such modules include the A-10C and A-10A Warthog, F-15C Eagle, L-39 Albatros, Hawk, MiG-21bis, MiG-15bis, F-86F Sabre, Ka-50 Black Shark, the P-51D Mustang, Fw 190 D-9 Dora, Bf 109 K-4 Kurfurst, UH-1H Huey, Mi-8MTV2, SA342 Gazelle, and ground combat control with Combined Arms. More new vehicles are being added all the time.
Additionally, DCS World includes:
Powerful mission and campaign editors
Multiplayer
Massive inventory of air, land and sea combat units and weapons
Advanced AI
Fast mission generator
Dynamic weather and seasons
Training missions
Mission replay system
Pilot log book

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Developer
Eagle Dynamics
Publisher
The Fighter Collection
Age rating
13+ Teen
Website
http://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/

System requirements for PC

Minimum system requirements:
OS 64-bit Windows 7/8/10; DirectX11; CPU: Core i5; RAM: 8 GB; Free hard disk space: 30 GB; Video: 2 GB RAM card, DirectX11 - compatible; requires internet activation.
Recommended system requirements:
OS 64-bit Windows 7/8/10; DirectX11; CPU: Core i7+; RAM: 16GB; Hard disk space: 30 GB; Video: NVIDIA GeForce GTX780 / ATI R9 290 DirectX11 or better; Joystick; requires internet activation.
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DCS World reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
At first I thought DCS was easy for viiieeel too expensive ... After about 30 Hours in the Game now, I have to say: Madness! Only for this is the Purchase of a VR system and a reasonable ROMULAS has already paid off! A lot of the Fun here is understanding and mastering the Aircraft in the first place. Dogfights and Opponents are puffing from the Sky ... That doesn't come until later. New Entrants should know that there is a good and understandable reason for the low price Differences for the Aircraft: Cheap: Not clickable. -Means: All Buttons and Switches are operated with Shortcuts on the Keyboard. Costly: Every Switch in the Cockpit is operable (by Mouse, VR Controller ...) Plus, every Plane is a bit of a Game for itself to look at ... Because you don't even saddle up from an F/A-18C Hornet to the A-10C ... They are completely different Planes. So you will be able to be busy with one or two Airmen even in the long term.
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If you like complex (military) Flight Simulations, you will get your Money's worth here. However, Mann must be willing to invest VIEL Time to learn the Basics and the respective Module. For the quick Round Action in between, it is probably not suitable, although it includes a "Game mode," which simplifies the flight physics aviation and Is intended for Beginners or Gamers. Personally, however, I am not really interested in this, which is why I cannot give an Assessment on this. The free Basic Version includes two Aircraft (including a Ground Attack aircraft) and a Map (Caucasus) and acts as a demo version, so to speak. You can already deal with this one Module for a long time. A Mission Editor to Create your own Missions is in place, and free and paid campaign/Missions can be added. The other (paid) Aircraft/Map modules are regularly relatively expensive, but also offer a lot of Content. So everyone Has to decide for themselves whether they buy them at full Price, or (like me) prefer to wait for a Sale. In my opinion, the mandatory Condition is definitely suitable Hardware. A Mid-size Joystick (or rather cione) and, if possible, Headtracking/VR should be available to really Have fun. Graphics, of course, are not comparable to AAA action titles, but I find them very coherent and generally successful (especially the Lighting). Multiplayer mode is also available. However, since I am still in "Training," I have not yet dared to test it. Finally, I can only recommend to any simulation fan to take a look at the free basic version. From me there's definitely a Thumbs up!
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