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6 sep

We know many of you are excited to have new additions to the WWII Asset Pack and today we can show you that the skies and seas will be a little busier. First, we have the Douglas A-20 Havoc G. This variant came into service in February of 1943, and was the most produced version of the Havoc. It has two Wright R-2600 14 cylinder radial engines and is equipped with six fixed 12.7 mm Browning machine guns in the nose and two 12.7 Browning machine guns in a dorsal turret. It can carry up to 4000lbs of bombs and was considered a formidable light attack bomber. We believe it will be a great addition for missions in DCS WWII.

Coming to the waters of DCS WWII is the Type VIIC German U-boat. A workhorse of the German Navy starting in 1940, this U-Boat saw extensive action throughout the war. In 1942 the German navy experimented with what was called “U-flak”, adding extra anti-air protection to their submarines. While this worked for a short time, the RAF made their own adjustments, and the U-flak boats were discontinued and converted back to standard attack boats.

New Model for the T-72B3 coming

Coming soon to the DCS World battlefields is an updated model of the T-72B3. This upgraded version of the T-72B saw action in Syria and is destined to keep the type operational into the foreseeable future. The tank is equipped with a 125 mm smoothbore main gun, a 12.7 mm roof-mounted machine gun, and a coaxial 7.62 mm machine gun. It can also fire the 9M119 and M119M guided missiles.  It is equipped with the same armor used on the T-80 and T-90 main battle tanks. This new model should bring a lot more immersion to not only ground attack missions, but Combined Arms as well.