Normandy 2.0 expectations

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Normandy 2.0 expectations

We are excited to announce that this large-scale map of the Normandy region and southeast England will be available soon. Work on debugging and completion is in full swing. This map will include 69 airfields, many new towns and villages, ports, factories, and the capitals of London and Paris.

The Normandy 1944 map will be updated such that it will be compatible with the Normandy 2 map in both single player and multiplayer. This includes the addition of many new and improved fields, cities, and villages that will now become unique and separate territories of France and England. 

Other changes include improved buildings and structures, bridges, ports, roads and railways, forests, trees, sea cliffs, and coastlines. All Normandy 1944 map airfields will receive improvements, and their infrastructure and aircraft hangars will become more detailed and authentic. The entire map will receive a refresh to the seasonal changes of spring, summer, and autumn. As part of this free Normandy 1944 update, the five English airfields of Deadland, Friston, Lymington, Odiham, and Stoney Cross will become uniquely modelled. Additionally, 18 new airfields will be added, with 4 in England and 14 in France.

The release of the new Normandy 2 map will also be a huge and free improvement to the Normandy 1944 map. This will allow all Normandy 1944 map owners to have all of the Normandy 2 map airfields at no extra cost. Having the same 69 airfields on both maps will allow players to share the sky in online campaigns and online missions. Ugra Media has done everything possible to remove any borders between the two maps.

The price of the Normandy 2 map is $59.99, but for all users of Normandy 1944 or Channel the new map will be available at a price of $14.99. The map will be available on both our eShop and Steam.

Urga-Media would like to thank the DCS Forum participants for their passionate interest in the project and for their active participation in the discussions. This feedback helped add the airfields of Orly, Stoney Cross, Lymington, Odiham, Deadland, Friston, Amiens-Glisy, Poix, and Ronai. 

Great attention was given to creating unique objects, buildings, and structures for Paris and London that include famous historical monuments. Transport and military infrastructure have also been recreated in detail. We look forward to sharing more information soon.