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Please support DCS WWII: Europe 1944 Kickstarter
« on: 26.09.13, 06:08 »


I'm an active member in DCS flight simulator community and now we are having a great opportunity to help creating a completely new WW2 flight simulation into the Digital Combat Simulator World.
This new simulation has already reached it's basic funding goal which, in approximately one year from now, will give us three(!) free to fly aircraft (P-47D-28 Thunderbolt, Spitfire Mk IX, Messerschmitt Bf-109K-4) for everybody to fly above the new Normandy terrain created in the new Eagle Dynamics Game Engine (EDGE).

At this current stage of the Kickstarter campaign, we are trying to reach the 150 000$ stretch goal, which will give us the world's first jet engine fighter, the Messerschmitt Me 262. It will be developed in the most realistic way down to the last switch as those who have flown the DCS simulator aircraft already know. Let alone the most advanced flight models ever created for any flight simulation.

So please support our thrive towards this great jet fighter and pledge in the Kickstarter campaign.

For 40$ you will get every aircraft that will ever be created for this new simulation for free in the future. That will have a huge value over the years. I myself have pledged 50$. But please check out the pledging options since even just 1$ will get us closer to the goal!

Here is the Kickstarter campaign page:

And here you will find a motivational video for the Me 262:

RRG studios is founded by some of the most famous flight simulator developers who have worked with the IL-2 simulation for many years.

Please feel free to ask any questions from me.
Great thank you for all the contributors!
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