The Museum Relic Campaign Now Available

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The Museum Relic Campaign Now Available

The Museum Relic Campaign Now Available

“The Museum Relic” campaign is a story driven campaign that takes place between the two small fictional countries of Matova and Obristen. As their war stretches into its fifth year, both nations are feeling the strain of not being able to replenish their lost aircraft. You will fly as a character who, at the beginning of the war, was just a civilian. But after seeing the dire situation his country is facing, he decides to enlist in the Matova Army Air Corp. With his enlistment papers, he also brings with him his personal aircraft which he had donated to the Museum years ago.

Key Features of The Museum Relic Campaign:

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Note: DCS: F-86F Sabre and DCS: MiG-15bis are required and are not included in this purchase.

F-86F and MiG-15bis Bundle Deal

With the release of the Museum Relic campaign, we are offering a 40% off bundle deal for both DCS: F-86F Sabre and DCS: MiG-15bis.

This deal starts today at 1500 GMT and will last until Monday, 8 August 2016 at 0900 GMT.

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If you have not experienced these aircraft yet, you are in for a real treat. Developed by Belsimtek, these modules are the poster children of air combat during the Korean War. Both aircraft have been exhaustively researched and implemented at an unmatched level of realism and detail. If you have ever wondered what it would be like to fly these classic adversaries, now is your chance!

F-86F / MiG-15bis Screenshot Contest

Continuing the Sabre and MiG-15bis theme this weekend, we are starting a new screenshot contest for these two iconic aircraft. All entries must include any aircraft in the image. Winners will be announced on 19 August 2016. Good luck all!

1st place – 3 campaigns

2nd place – 2 campaigns

3rd place – 1 campaign

We have created a separate thread for contest entries on our DCS World forums: