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Dear Pilots,

Our Mosquito FB Mk,VI for Battle of Normandy is coming along nicely. Some very early WIP shots of it in the engine. Still much support work to do for it still. Will initially be available to fly with 8 squadrons in Career mode.

Q. If it's made from polygons is it still a Wooden Wonder?

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Enjoy!

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On 22.8.2021 at 7:47 PM, dsawan said:

a Must ahve. trying to get new pc to run it!

I'm still running il2 with my rig, not the newest one but decent enough to have fun with it.

Wait till you see the new "Advanced"QMB, the last sessions i had a great blast flying the generated missions.
DCS Is nice, but lags in my opinion in the "feeling" of those warbirds, compared to il2. Even small details like ground handling etc...

The clickable pit in DCS is the difference in mastering the planes, but thats it. Have both Sims and like each for different things, DCS is my JET Game and Il2 for Warbirds fun

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