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777 Studios - Account OptionsEine Beschreibung, wie man das macht findest du unten. Man darf ja skeptisch sein. Alle Basiskurse Basic-Line stehen für alle Flugschüler offen. BOS Videos. Melden Sie sich an, um zu erfahren, warum Sie dies mögen könnten, basierend auf Ihren Spielen, Freunden und Kuratoren, denen Sie folgen. Es gibt dabei viele Arten von Modifikationen, z. Wobei doch eigentlich die RoF-Engine selbst nur eine modifizierte Version der Engine einer früheren ILSim ist, wenn ich das irgendwo beim Überfliegen richtig erfasst habe
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A love… Read More. The crowd was an international one… Read More. There's some very interesting rumours doing the rounds at the moment that Studios - developers of the WW1 sim Rise of Flight - are going to make a WW2 sim.
Something that fans have long wished for. The much maligned successor to Il-2 was a calamitous release and although now playable it still falls far short of the original expectations.
The developers were planning to move on to a sequel provisionally titled "Battle For Moscow" which was supposed to finally fix the CloD engine and realise the sim's full potential.
The sequel was supposed to be backwards compatible with the content of CloD. The rumour doing the rounds is that investors pulled the plug on Battle For Moscow - and that Studios are taking over the project.
Interestingly enough in a thread on another flight sim forum the head of Studios neither denies nor confirms the rumours.
Perhaps, just maybe, there is hope yet for the future of the WW2 flight sim. I really hope this happens, and this is something I would definitely buy with real money.
I only played a little bit of RoF wasn't interested enough in the time period , but it was an excellent game. Something of similar quality but in WWII would be amazing, especially if they manage to provide good tutorial missions for more complex features.
Bear in mind though a WW2 sim will be a massive undertaking for anyone. It will be an order of magnitude more involved than a WW1 sim.
Far more theatres, far more diverse aircraft. If do go ahead with it they will be making a big gamble.
The reward though could be something very special - given the way have supported and developed RoF over the last four years or so and turned it into a fantastic flight simulator there's every reason to believe a WW2 sim by would be the Holy Grail for many.
Also consider it's taken them all this time to get the plane set that RoF has now, and they are still on the same original theatre.
A fully fledged WW2 sim with all the theatres and aircraft we want ain't going to appear overnight. It will probably take years to put together.
Likewise it won't be cheap if you will want to fly all the aeroplanes in all the theatres - and of course there are still plenty of people who object to RoF's business model quite wrongly IMHO too.
Originally Posted by Pielstick. Hi everyone, I love WWI combat flight sims I think they should stay with WWI. It's a pretty unique era, and I think it's ultimately easier to make good scenarios for them of that war, since they aren't that big of a studio.
They're doing a Channel map now. After that, I'm hoping that they'll go for the Italian front. IF are going for a WW2 sim then the biggest attraction for them is the popularity of the era.
There are so many possibilities for theatres and aircraft to feature, they really can't go wrong.
As far as WW1 is concerned WW1 aerial warfare is far less popular among flight simmers than WW2, and an Italian theatre even less so.
That's not to say I won't appreciate it, but I don't think it would have the same commercial potential as a WW2 sim.
Thinking about it, casting our nets a bit wider They've put the PD into the sim. Despite all the criticism that it's totally out of place and a very strange choice for a DCS module and that criticism is totally correct the DCS PD has earned accolades for its flight model and systems accuracy.
With DCS opening up to third party developers to make their own content it's conceivable that somebody could create a WW2 era plane set and theatre.
Now that would be pretty cool.