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#4345450 - 03/19/17 05:53 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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#4346838 - 03/25/17 04:53 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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Normandy map trees don't have DM, but can cause (that not so good visual) DM in planes:

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#4346999 - 03/26/17 04:44 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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Normandy "what if" 1984. smile

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#4349334 - 04/05/17 08:23 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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Looking good at last. I'll buy in once they release some WWII missions or campaigns to go with the WWII kites and map! Until then it's just a pretty sandbox. But FFS it is taking forever to get to market...

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#4349463 - 04/06/17 01:16 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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Only if you check a calendar.

I'm sure if you looked at the amount of time they've spent on it, and when they've spent it, you'd see it was moving at a normal pace.

They just have spent vast amounts of time not working on this but on other things. Which you can say about pretty much any given module, really.



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#4352943 - 04/23/17 12:33 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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Jaghpanzer IV and Panzer VI video
https://youtu.be/VksaBUKT0GA

New Normandy WW2 Q&A on Eagle Dynamics FB
https://www.facebook.com/eagle.dynamics/videos/10158646542255341/


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#4353006 - 04/23/17 09:55 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Silver_Dragon]  
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Originally Posted by Silver_Dragon
Jaghpanzer IV and Panzer VI video
https://youtu.be/VksaBUKT0GA

New Normandy WW2 Q&A on Eagle Dynamics FB
https://www.facebook.com/eagle.dynamics/videos/10158646542255341/

A question posted yesterday at 4:55 pm on the Facebook link
Just bought on pre order...looks amazing. When do you anticipate releasing to the public?
The answer is classic ED
We now only announce a release date once the product is available for pre-purchase.
Lol. Still they have no fricking idea how close it is until release. Looking at their past track record with maps it's probably not going to be released in 2017. What a sh|t show.

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DCS Kickstarter
Wags July 2014 "In this July 2014 update, the primary news is in regards to the restructured backer rewards. After a careful review of the older system under RRG, we found it financially unattainable."
Wags October 2017 "the investment vs. generated revenue has been excellent for the World War II aircraft. In fact, the P-51D Mustang has twice the cost effectiveness of the A-10C Warthog."
#4353082 - 04/24/17 11:52 AM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Johnny_Redd]  
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Originally Posted by Johnny_Redd
Originally Posted by Silver_Dragon
Jaghpanzer IV and Panzer VI video
https://youtu.be/VksaBUKT0GA

New Normandy WW2 Q&A on Eagle Dynamics FB
https://www.facebook.com/eagle.dynamics/videos/10158646542255341/

A question posted yesterday at 4:55 pm on the Facebook link
Just bought on pre order...looks amazing. When do you anticipate releasing to the public?
The answer is classic ED
We now only announce a release date once the product is available for pre-purchase.
Lol. Still they have no fricking idea how close it is until release. Looking at their past track record with maps it's probably not going to be released in 2017. What a sh|t show.


Last I heard it was being released end of next month, unless that's changed?

#4353124 - 04/24/17 03:27 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Ratcatcher]  
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Originally Posted by Ratcatcher
Originally Posted by Johnny_Redd
Originally Posted by Silver_Dragon
Jaghpanzer IV and Panzer VI video
https://youtu.be/VksaBUKT0GA

New Normandy WW2 Q&A on Eagle Dynamics FB
https://www.facebook.com/eagle.dynamics/videos/10158646542255341/

A question posted yesterday at 4:55 pm on the Facebook link
Just bought on pre order...looks amazing. When do you anticipate releasing to the public?
The answer is classic ED
We now only announce a release date once the product is available for pre-purchase.
Lol. Still they have no fricking idea how close it is until release. Looking at their past track record with maps it's probably not going to be released in 2017. What a sh|t show.


Last I heard it was being released end of next month, unless that's changed?

"everything is subject to change" It was supposed to be released last month the last I heard. I don't know, you don't know, ED don't know. The product is available for pre-purchase and still they can't announce a release date.
"everything is subject to change" translates to "We're making it up as we go along"


DCS Kickstarter
Wags July 2014 "In this July 2014 update, the primary news is in regards to the restructured backer rewards. After a careful review of the older system under RRG, we found it financially unattainable."
Wags October 2017 "the investment vs. generated revenue has been excellent for the World War II aircraft. In fact, the P-51D Mustang has twice the cost effectiveness of the A-10C Warthog."
#4353166 - 04/24/17 06:18 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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So ... the keys are now available but the alpha access for the map only for those who baked >140$. Good job in splitting the community even further and further and further ...


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#4353170 - 04/24/17 06:22 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Dondy]  
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Originally Posted by Dondy
So ... the keys are now available but the alpha access for the map only for those who baked >140$. Good job in splitting the community even further and further and further ...

There is no alpha access for anyone. "those who baked >140$" have to wait along with everyone else


DCS Kickstarter
Wags July 2014 "In this July 2014 update, the primary news is in regards to the restructured backer rewards. After a careful review of the older system under RRG, we found it financially unattainable."
Wags October 2017 "the investment vs. generated revenue has been excellent for the World War II aircraft. In fact, the P-51D Mustang has twice the cost effectiveness of the A-10C Warthog."
#4353189 - 04/24/17 07:23 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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Su-27 over Normandy
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#4353200 - 04/24/17 07:38 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Johnny_Redd]  
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Originally Posted by Johnny_Redd

There is no alpha access for anyone. "those who baked >140$" have to wait along with everyone else


Don't bet on that.


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#4353201 - 04/24/17 07:39 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Johnny_Redd]  
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Originally Posted by Johnny_Redd
Originally Posted by Dondy
So ... the keys are now available but the alpha access for the map only for those who baked >140$. Good job in splitting the community even further and further and further ...

There is no alpha access for anyone. "those who baked >140$" have to wait along with everyone else


Is this confirmed? I could have sworn there was mention of Closed Alpha access for backers recently. Disappointing if not.

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#4353203 - 04/24/17 07:41 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Nate]  
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Originally Posted by Nate


I could have sworn there was mention of Closed Alpha access for backers recently.

Nate


There was and I have a separate key for Alpha Access to the Normandy map.

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#4353208 - 04/24/17 08:01 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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hmmm its all news to me. I retract what I said, but only about alpha access. : )


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#4354190 - 04/28/17 02:42 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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So it is released to the 140$ bakers and the screens do look very very nice.

But it's an additional installation of the 2.0 alpha build? I just thought normandy would be integrated into the "normal" 2.0 alpha. Does anyone know why we now have an additional fourth DCS branch?


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#4354229 - 04/28/17 04:36 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Dondy]  
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Originally Posted by Dondy
But it's an additional installation of the 2.0 alpha build? I just thought normandy would be integrated into the "normal" 2.0 alpha. Does anyone know why we now have an additional fourth DCS branch?


That is only for the Closed Alpha. It impacts only 146 people so the global 'we' does not have a fourth DCS branch.

Once it is released to the public it is planned to be an update to the current v2.x Open Alpha installation.


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#4354268 - 04/28/17 06:56 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: cichlidfan]  
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Originally Posted by cichlidfan
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Once it is released to the public it is planned to be an update to the current v2.x Open Alpha installation.


Ok just read the news letter. So it will be 2.1, hopefully at the end of may.


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#4356601 - 05/10/17 12:44 PM Re: Normandy 1944 landscape [Re: Sokol1]  
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