January 9, 2020 at 11:51 PM #473VoodooKeymaster
Digital Combat Simulator World (DCS World) is a free, unified interface for all DCS products; you can think of DCS World as a simulation operating system. DCS modules that can plug into DCS World can include aircraft, maps, ground units, campaigns, etc. Not only can DCS World include modules developed internally by Eagle Dynamics, but it can also include those by certified third party developers.
DCS World not only includes the Graphical User Interface (GUI) that ties all DCS products together in a single installation, but it also includes the global aspects of the simulation world that pertains to all modules. This includes such items such as the Artificial Intelligence (AI), rendering system, mission editor, effects, AI units, semi-dynamic campaign system, and audio environment.
When a user purchases a DCS module, the module only includes content specific to that module. Thus, it requires DCS World to run.
DCS World 1.2 = TF-51 Mustang, Su-25T Frogfoot
DCS World 1.2 Modules = A-10C Warthog, C-101 Aviojet, Bf-109 K-4 Kurfurst, F-86 Sabre, Fw 190 D-9 Dora, Ka-50 Black Shark, Mi-8MVT Hip, MiG-15 Faggot, MiG-21 Fishbed, P-51D Mustang, UH-1H Huey, and Hawk T.1A
Flaming Cliffs 3 for DCS 1.2 = F-15C Eagle, A-10A Thunderbolt II, Su-25 Frogfoot, MiG-29 Fulcrum, Su-27 Flanker, Su-33 Flanker-D
- Minimal system requirements:
OS: Windows XP, Vista; CPU: 2 GHz; RAM: 1 GB; Graphics: 256 MB ATI or nVidia, DirectX 9 compatible; Sound card; 4 GB of free space on HDD; Copy protected, requires internet activation.
- Recommended system requirements:
OS: Windows Vista for launching in fullscreen mode; CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850+, AMD Phenom 9850+; RAM: 2+ GB; Graphics: 512+ MB ATI HD 2900+ or nVidia 8800+; Sound card; 4+ GB of free space on HDD; Copy protected, requires internet activation; Joystick.
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