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Dear Pilots!

Battle of Bodenplatte, Flying Circus and the Achtung Spitfire! Campaign are nearing official retail release in just a few weeks and to celebrate we are giving you the opportunity to purchase our older Battle Modules and previous Scripted Campaigns for an amazing 75% OFF!! No doubt you will want to pick up our latest titles, but in case you don’t already own some of our previous titles, this is the most aggressive pricing ever offered!

It’s also been 75 years since the time period in which our Battle of Bodenplatte title takes place. It’s was the height of the war on the Western Front and the Allies were struggling to break into Germany. This era was the pinnacle of piston powered aircraft designs and saw the first introduction of jet fighters.

Oct. 15th - Oct. 31st 2019 on Website

Oct 15th - Oct. 27th 2019 on Steam

BOS = 75% OFF (Website and Steam)
BOM = 75% OFF (Website and Steam)
BOK = 75% OFF (Website and Steam)
Blazing Steppe = 75% OFF (Website and Steam)
Fortress on the Volga = 75% OFF (Website and Steam)
Ten Days of August = 75% OFF (IL-2 Website Only)
Havoc Over the Kuban = 75% OFF (IL-2 Website Only)

Cliffs of Dover: BLITZ – 75% Off (IL-2 Website Only)

All Rise of Flight Content = 75% OFF (Website and Steam)

Official Webstore
https://il2sturmovik.com/store/battle-of-stalingrad/

Steam
https://store.steampowered.com/…/IL2_Sturmovik_Battle_of_S…/

And don’t forget to Pre-Order our next upcoming Scripted Campaign – Achtung Spitfire! Available exclusively on the Official IL-2 Website

As usual, if you purchase a plane you already have you can send it as a Gift to a friend or squadron mate.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The $10 OFF Early Access discount for Battle of Bodenplatte and Flying Circus will be expiring in just a couple weeks. If you want to get that discount please don’t delay!

NOTE: having at least the base game (Stalingrad) on Steam means you can launch it from the Steam client without entering a login and password and you can access your IL-2 content purchased elsewhere if you link the accounts.

The Sturmovik Team

Bild könnte enthalten: Himmel, Wolken, Flugzeug, im Freien und Natur

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Thanks for the news. I now have BOK. I bought BOS and BOM a few years ago when there was a Christmas sale, but have been waiting for BOK to come down in price for a while. I don't play these sims enough to justify full price, but I still like to have them and try out new aircraft and features. These games work fairly well in VR. If I wasn't so focused on flying DCS World, I would probably spend a lot more time on this series. Now I am waiting for Bodenplatte to get finished and go through the sale cycle and hopefully the Pacific War isn't too far away. 

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Good to read! 
I have all titles except the Tank game and the WW1, im not so interested in the First World war.
The new "Battle of Normandy" will bring many unique planes and new features to the series, im happe to be a part 

 

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I will get the WW1 game eventually, too. Not sure about the tank game. I have DCS Combined Arms, but never use it. My preferred tank is the M60A1. Steel Beasts Pro PE has the M60A3, so it is my preferred tank game, especially since it is the DCS:World of tank games, being more of a study sim used for real-world training.

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