Eagle Dynamics revealed their plans about their future projects. In the coming months, Eagle Dynamics plan to release several new projects. However, we should note that plans often change due to unforeseen circumstances, therefore there might be some delays or changes. Furthermore, the below list is a road map of their intentions and not a promise of things to come. As each product nears completion and feature lists are finalized, more details will be provided.
The first one is Combined Arms. This $19.99 add-on will allow A-10C, Black Shark 2, and Flaming Cliffs 3 owner to act as ground force commanders as the mission is running. Users can direct ground units, set fire missions for artillery/multiple rocket launchers, and take the role of a Joint Terminal Air Controller (JTAC). As the JTAC, players will have night vision goggles, IR pointer, laser designator, and Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR). Several other new items are still being considered. Combined Arms will work in both single player and multiplayer missions.
The second in Eagle Dynamics’ list is Flaming Cliffs 3. This will be a paid-for update to the Flaming Cliffs series and brings it to the same world, mission editor, AI, units, etc. as A-10C and Black Shark 2. We plan to include several upgrades to the aircraft, a resource management system, and several other new features. This will also make Flaming Cliffs online compatible with A-10C and Black Shark 2. Pricing will depend on what new features are included.
The third one is the Nevada map. This will be a $19.99 add-on that will be compatible with A-10C, Black Shark 2, and FC3. Users that purchased the A-10C beta will get this map for free.
Last but not least, the first “DCS Flying Legends” aircraft will be released in the first half of 2012, whereas the next US fixed wing jet DCS aircraft is being worked on in parallel.
For Combined Arms and the Nevada map, a single purchase will allow these add-ons to work with A-10C 18.104.22.168, Black Shark 2, and FC3.
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