The DCS: Sinai map is focused on the Sinai Peninsula, located between the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba with eastern Egypt to the west and southern Israel to the east. Since ancient times, it has been a strategic location rich in resources, nature, religion, and history. The map includes a variety of landscapes from deserts and mountains in the south to oasis and coastlines in the north. A significant point of interest is the Suez Canal - an artificial waterway connecting the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea that provides a shorter route between Europe and Asia. It marks a conditional border between Africa and Asia, which makes it politically significant for regional security and stability.
DCS: Normandy 2.0 includes large parts of the territory of France and Great Britain, including the capitals of these countries - Paris and London. The map also reproduces in detail the largest cities in this region - English Eastbourne, Brighton, Worthing, Portsmouth and French Caen, Le Havre, Rouen, Amiens and Calais. The coast on both sides of the English Channel, including sea and river ports, has been recreated in detail. The size of the map is 400/600 kilometers.
On the map Normandy 2.0, the user can see a huge number of historically authentic locations in southern England, northern and central France. Among them, the most interesting are the famous Paris Eiffel Tower, the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, the Louvre Museum, as well as London's Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Westminster Palace and Tower Bridge. In total, more than 100 original buildings and structures are presented on the map.
The free Caucasus map covers the territory of the eastern Black Sea coast, including the southern regions of Russia, Kuban, Caucasus Range, western Georgia, Abkhazia, Adjara. The length of the map is more than 720 km from Anapa to Tbilisi. There are 21 airfields on the map, including international Sochi-Adler, Mineralnye Vody and Tbilisi-Lochini. The Caucasus comprises all European landscapes from sea beaches and subtropics, through to mountain ranges to steppes and forests. The highest point on the map is Mount Elbrus with a height of 5600 meters.
Since ancient times, wars of influence over the Black Sea took place in this territory. In the 20th century, fierce battles of the Second World War were fought in the Kuban and the Northern Caucasus region. Modernity was marked by armed conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The map of the Caucasus allows you to realise many realistic and hypothetical military operations that depend only on your imagination.
The RAZBAM Terrain Development Team proudly presents the South Atlantic map. It is a beautiful, majestic combination of Argentina, Chile, and the Falkland Islands based on the present day. The topography includes the beautiful and rugged Andes mountains of Chile, the vast and colorful Patagonian plains of Argentina, and the windswept islands of both West and East Falklands/Malvinas islands. Covering an area of 3.1 million square kilometers, the goal has been to give DCS content creators and customers the opportunity to develop missions that reflect the scale and complexity of modern-day operations in the South Atlantic.
The South Atlantic Map was developed whilst proactively listening to DCS customers' wishes regarding the scale and requirements of a modern-day theatre of operations. This has resulted in a map that is comprised of land-class textures drawn from aerial and satellite photography.
The Marianas archipelago is approximately 2,000 km south of Japan, and includes Guam, Rota, Tinian, Saipan, and a score of lesser islands. Home to Andersen Air Force Base on Guam, the Marianas serve as the key US strategic asset in the western Pacific.
DCS: Marianas is a free map set in the present, with large airfields on each of the primary islands which consist of rocky and beachy shorelines, scenic cliffs, large cities, towns and villages, with dense jungle and open grasslands. The map also boasts unique ports, buildings and structures.
The Marianas was also home to historic World War II battles between the United States and Japan, the most famous of which was the Battle of the Philippine Sea, with the Great Marianas Turkey shoot as the main aerial battle.
The 900x500 km map covers most of the eastern Mediterranean and includes the island of Cyprus, Lebanon, a large part of Syria up to the border with Iraq, parts of Israel, Turkey, and Jordan. The cities of Damascus, Nicosia, Tripoli, Latakia, Tartus, Homs, Aleppo, Hama, Palmyra, Haifa, Acre, Beirut and Adana are simulated, as well as unique constructions of world famous landmarks and historical monuments.
Geographically, the map covers moderately humid coastal areas in the west and mountains and arid desert landscapes in the east. The map recreates more than 200 historical and original structures in detail, as well as meticulously reproduces the military infrastructure - more than 100 military bases, training grounds, and checkpoints.
Especially for aviation fans, 51 airfields and heliports, including the international airports of Beirut Damascus and Larnaca, as well as the military airbases of Incirlik, Ramat David, Hmeymimim, Naqoura, and Akrotiri, are displayed at the highest level of detail.
June 1940: The Third Reich is preparing to initiate Operation Adlerangriff (Eagle attack), the cross-Channel invasion of England from France. But since 1066, no foreign power had ever breached the shores of the British Isles.
Britain stood alone in Europe. It was the nation’s "darkest hour" - and had it not been for the determination and fighting spirit of its people, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and the RAF, the Battle of Britain would have been lost and the fate of "all Christian Civilisation" put at risk.
Nazi Germany’s failure to destroy Britain's air defences or to break British morale is considered Hitler's first major setback of World War II, and the "end of the beginning". Thanks to this key victory, the Allies were able to use it for the rest of the war as a giant air and troop base. Along with more than 1,600,000 personnel, the United States poured in some 200,000 bombers and fighters, which fought with the RAF to defeat the Axis powers.
Roughly the size of Switzerland, our map of southeastern England and northeastern France includes historical airfields, urban areas, roads and railways, ports and other features that make it the perfect setting for the war in Europe between 1940 and 1945. This highly-detailed map also provides a wonderful opportunity to deploy massed combined arms assets, re-enact epic air battles and enjoy complex and kinetic ground operations for the first time in DCS World.
The DCS: Persian Gulf Map for DCS World focuses on the Strait of Hormuz, the strategic choke point between the oil-rich Persian Gulf and the rest of the world. Flanked by Iran to the north and western-supported UAE and Oman to the south, this region has been one of the world’s most dangerous flash points for decades. In 1988, it was the location of Operation Praying Mantis, in which U.S. forces sank or damaged several Iranian naval vessels, and destroyed two armed Iranian oil platforms.
Featuring southern Iran including the major naval port of Bandar Abbas, the map also includes Qeshm Island, northern Oman and large stretches of heavily-contested sea that are well-suited for combat aircraft carrier operations. Covering 77,220 square miles, the map is roughly the size of Nebraska - or slightly under a third the size of Texas. From land bases in Iran, the UAE and Oman or from the deck of an aircraft carrier, the DCS: Persian Gulf Map offers a wide range of realistic and thrilling combat missions in which to prove your mettle.
The DCS: Normandy 1944 Map takes players right to the heart of the World War II Battle for France. Focused on the Allied breakout in the weeks following the colossal June 6 D-Day landings, the DCS: Normandy 1944 map brings this period of intense and bloody conflict into astonishing life.
Rendered in vibrant detail, the map includes the famous D-Day landing beaches, and the Third Reichs’s mighty ‘Atlantic Wall’ coastal defenses. Fly air combat and ground attack missions in a wide range of superbly-rendered aircraft, including the P-51D Mustang; the Spitfire LF Mk IX; and the Fw 190A-8 - or command ground forces on either side.
Covering an area of some 36,490 square miles - roughly the size of Indiana - the DCS: Normandy map features the intensely dangerous bocage fields and hedgerows of Normandy; large cities like Caen and Rouen, the ports of Cherbourg and Le Havre; Allied and Luftwaffe airfields in northern France and southern England; and much more.
As well as supporting the whole range of DCS: World War II modules, the DCS: Normandy 1944 map can be used with other module eras from the Korean War to the present day. Bringing new levels of accuracy and realism to the virtual world, the DCS: Normandy 1944 was created by the UGRA-MEDIA company.
The Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) has the largest contiguous air and ground space available for peacetime military operations in the free world. Covering an area roughly the size of Germany, the NTTR land area includes simulated air defense systems, mock airbases, and several target ranges. The NTTR was also used for nuclear testing. Today, it is home to RED FLAG and other military exercises that pit pilots and other military personnel from around the world against each other in simulated but highly-realistic aerial combat.
The NTTR map for DCS World includes Nellis AFB, Creech AFB and the Top Secret facility at Groom Lake AFB (aka Area 51). This map also features the city of Las Vegas, McCarran International Airport, and the Hoover Dam. Hone your combat skills in the world’s largest and most exciting military training ground.