Publicado: 20 de abril
I hate pay to win. Personally, I’d love to pay money for a game upfront and then get the entire package. Unfourunetly, this is not quite the case with games nowadays. It's become the norm to release a game for “free”, only to find that once you download the game, you are unable to use many features within the game unless you pay a premium.
This applies to DCS World.
The simulator I played prior to this had been War Thunder. The key difference between War Thunder and DCS world is that War Thunder features aircraft from World War Two, whereas DCS World seems to focus on the modern era.
The main reason I stopped playing War Thunder was because of the horrendous “pay to win” style of the game. I was truly excited about trying out DCS World, but my excitement was shattered as soon as I saw how much the aircraft packages cost.
For a moment, I put this aside. DCS World comes with two free aircraft, so I gave the SU-25T a try. I loaded up the “target practice” mission. A helicopter spawned somewhere infront of me, so I thought that it might be a nice idea to shoot it down. But, no matter what I did, I couldn’t get my weapons to fire. So I went to the internet to try and find out what was wrong.
So, I look online, and I find many different guides on how to fly the SU-25T. I open up a YouTube video and I look at the duration of the video; 20 minutes long for part 1/10! So not only do you have to pay a premium price for the planes in this game, but you have to spend hours just learning how to fly a single aircraft. I would be okay with this if the developers added a tutorial, but they seem to be too lazy to do this.
I am truly sickened by this product, and I am getting very tired of these cooperations taking advantage of their customers. Steer clear of this game, if you are looking for a free to play aircraft simulator, give War Thunder a try (if you can put up with the pay to win crap).