I'm surprised the makers of the DCS series will allow a 3rd party add-on to be sold. 20 bucks is a bit steep for a single plane add-on. Does the price include upgrades to meet compatibilty with future DCS patches?
The manufacturer could easily make the final release non-compatible with a few simple lines of code.
first, Each DCS flight sim title to date has only added "one aircraft", and has cost more than $20.
Second, where have you been? As said above, ED is fully open to exploring how the third party thing goes. Worst case scenario, it doesn't work and they simply don't develop further SDK's. They wouldn't just render the aircraft useless...
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