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Mike Dec 16, 2014 @ 1:43am
F-22 and SU-35 pak fa
Are the F-22 and SU-35 pak fa aircrafts going to be featured soon in the game? all the aircrafts available are kinda of the previous era
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yusupov Dec 16, 2014 @ 3:16am 
DUH thtat is bc it is a SIM and those are secret DUH
Hadji Dec 16, 2014 @ 3:29am 
Good lock getting detailed info on those planes... The reason DCS features "previous gen" aircraft is that they can do in-depth research on them. This research is the base for developing advanced flight models and the simulation of aircraft systems and behaviour. Without detailed info the planes will be guess-work and that isn't what ED and DCS are doing.
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kazereal Dec 16, 2014 @ 3:36am 
Also since the amount of work required is huge in creating actual study simulation if they could start now you would not seem them flying until in after some years of development work.

Btw, Su-35 and Pak Fa are two different things, look it up.
evarno Dec 16, 2014 @ 4:11am 
they're too new
the planes are 'previous gen' for a reason
firstly, governments wouldnt want thier technoligies being displayed for the world to see
secondly, they wouldnt release that information
if you want mods for those planes, wait 30-40 years :P
Mike Dec 16, 2014 @ 5:17am 
10 years ago there was a flight simulator for f-22 used to run on windows 98 !!! from i magic games studios !! duh guess the aircraft was secret at that time for the simulator to show detailed and working buttons of the aircraft !!
Hadji Dec 16, 2014 @ 5:25am 
Seriously? Are you comparing DCS to iF-22 from 1991? Perhaps you should try Ace Combat or Tom Clancys HAWX since those two titles offers about the same realism and fidelty as iF-22. Displaying a working button isn't the same as simulating aerodynamics, fuel burn rates, structural stability, airflows, and flight performance at different altitudes and speeds. iF-22 did nothing of that back in 1991.
Mike Dec 16, 2014 @ 5:44am 
seriuosly it seems u did not read my comment well i am not comparing !!! i am saying details on the aircraft were released earlier and long time ago !!! wich means it just might be possible for developers to add it to the sim and which further means that if a reason is banning the developers from adding such an aircraft sure it is not the secrecy about it it must be something else read well before throwing comments !
Hadji Dec 16, 2014 @ 6:01am 
I read what you wrote but I still don't get it. How is it possible to simulate SYSTEMS and DATA the developers knows nothing about? Or are you suggesting just to throw a F-22 3D model in and let it use the FM from another plane or a fantasy FM?
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Krutaan Dec 16, 2014 @ 6:34am 
Originally posted by ms.saad.86:
10 years ago there was a flight simulator for f-22 used to run on windows 98 !!! from i magic games studios !! duh guess the aircraft was secret at that time for the simulator to show detailed and working buttons of the aircraft !!
That was an arcade sim. DCS is as realistic as it gets. Dynamics, computer systems etc. Everything is like the real deal.

F-22 is too new to be an accurate simulator suitable for DCS, and the PAK FA is still under development.

It is possible that we'll see the F-22 as a mod or a simple flight model in the future. But that wouldn't be a DCS module as DCS aircrafts are advanced flight models with simulated systems.
Mike Dec 16, 2014 @ 6:34am 
i am suggesting nothing i am asking! if anything might be coming ! if you are part of development team you can give answers and inform me !!!! since as i said in the previous comment it might be something else stopping the develpers from doing it rather than the high secrecy around the aircraft cockpit and systems. Once again i tell u and AM NOT COMPARING !!! that f-22 simulators has been around for years before. Another one that i used to run rather than if-22 from 1991 !!! is the TAW f-22 simulator were all the f-22 systems were simulated FDL, AWACS, wingmen,radar, targeting, other avionics, emcon system, ECM, landing, takeoff, even thrust vectoring, etc... with a fully functional cockpit meaning for one more time and i am just suggesting that it might not be secrecy that is banning DCS developers from adding the aircraft, and please dont tell me am comparing something old to DCS am just saying that information about the plane is available or at least was available for previous developers that did previous simulators regardless the level of realism in the graphics and physics.... HOPE I MADE MY SELF CLEAR !
Hadji Dec 16, 2014 @ 6:59am 
You have made yourself clear and as we have answered quite a few times already, it is as likely to see a ultra-modern plane in DCS any time soon as it is to have a reggae band playing at a KKK convention. And the reasons for that is explained above as well.
[GCA] King Apo Dec 16, 2014 @ 7:59am 
Quick, somebody call Kinney! /thread
kazereal Dec 16, 2014 @ 8:15am 
Originally posted by ms.saad.86:
10 years ago there was a flight simulator for f-22 used to run on windows 98 !!! from i magic games studios !! duh guess the aircraft was secret at that time for the simulator to show detailed and working buttons of the aircraft !!

So, since you have seen Star Trek on TV will you also assume that spaceships will be made like that?
Blazar Dec 16, 2014 @ 11:24am 
Originally posted by El Hadji:
You have made yourself clear and as we have answered quite a few times already, it is as likely to see a ultra-modern plane in DCS any time soon as it is for you to grasp punctuation. And the reasons for that is explained above as well.

Fixed it for you :D!

Seriously though.This discussion is akin to watching a snail run from a Steam roller
Last edited by Blazar; Dec 16, 2014 @ 11:24am
Snips Dec 16, 2014 @ 4:54pm 
For reference, Coretex Designs is working on an F/A-18E. As of current announcements, it is the latest generation aircraft to be in DCS. I believe its first year of service with the USN was 2000. Fairly recent, in terms of military aviation.
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