Feel the excitement of flying the Su-25T "Frogfoot" attack jet and the TF-51D "Mustang" in the free-to-play Digital Combat Simulator World! DCS World is a vehicle combat simulation game created by an inspired development team. DCS World uses a powerful engine that delivers realistic gameplay.
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Release Date: Mar 18, 2013

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"This is a quality piece of software. Even without the extra modules, this is simply amazing. The SU-25T is one of my favourite jets of all time, and it is brilliantly realised here, with so much content you feel guilty for getting it for free.

This only goes to show the confidence that DCS have in there Digital Combat Simulator, that they would give you so much for free. Stop reading this and go and download it now!." – Hubpages

"DCS World is a must-have for simulation enthusiasts who want as real as you can get in their home PC." – SimHQ

About This Game

Feel the excitement of flying the Su-25T "Frogfoot" attack jet and the TF-51D "Mustang" in the free-to-play Digital Combat Simulator World!

DCS World is a vehicle combat simulation game created by an inspired development team. DCS World uses a powerful engine that delivers realistic gameplay. The battlefield includes a spectacular mission area - the location of the Georgian conflict in 2008. Fly the Su-25T in a massive, semi-dynamic campaign to achieve dominance in the skies over Georgia! Experience the amazing flight dynamics and interactive cockpit of the TF-51D and understand why the Mustang is often regarded as the greatest fighter of the Second World War.

The huge variety of aircraft, land units and warships are included from countries such as the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, German Spain and others. Units are controlled by sophisticated Artificial Intelligence (AI) and they have an amazing levels of detail. This all allows for the creation of engaging, real-world combat missions in this flashpoint region. DCS is a true "sandbox" simulation that can and will cover multiple time periods covering many types of combat and civilian units.

Your exhilarating experience will be extended through additional DCS modules available through Steam. Such modules include the A-10C Warthog, Ka-50 Black Shark, the P-51D Mustang, UH-1H Huey, Mi-8MTV2, and ground combat control with Combined Arms.

System Requirements

    Minimum system requirements:
    OS 64-bit Windows 7/8/10; DirectX11; CPU: Core i5; RAM: 8 GB; Free hard disk space: 30 GB; Video: 2 GB RAM card, DirectX11 - compatible; requires internet activation.
    Recommended system requirements:
    OS 64-bit Windows 7/8/10; DirectX11; CPU: Core i7+; RAM: 16GB; Hard disk space: 30 GB; Video: NVIDIA GeForce GTX780 / ATI R9 290 DirectX11 or better; Joystick; requires internet activation.
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PornDaddy
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 5
Rift CV1 = Absolutely amazing quality inside the cockpits and the views outside are on par for an earth based game, and for free, bloody awesome :)
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skylane71
( 1.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 4
Product received for free
Great game....
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Unresolved Sexual Tension
( 152.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 4
This game is amazing. However, that should be common knowledge. The reason I am writing this is to address an issue that keeps cropping up. When people write negative reviews say "Oh my god, the DLC is so expensive. WTF were the creators thinking?", that really pisses me off. The modules are separate games. Hear me? SEPARATE. GAMES. On the DCS website, you buy them individually. However, steam puts them in the DLC section, probably for ease of access. I am going to say this one more time. The "DLC" is not DLC. They are games on their own. They need DCS world to open them though, (Something I learned the hard way) but that does not mean they are DLC. If you are wondering why this review is so long, it is because people who give this game negative reviews are probably not that smart, and need the extra help.
Thank you for reading this very long rant.






P.S. Buy a track IR. It really, really, REALLY helps.
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Vetron
( 21.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 4
DCS World is flight simulator first and throughout with a steep learning curve. However its free-to-play model does make it accessible to trying it before investing in expensive add-ons.

Performance and Playability
Performance wise the game runs really well on my medium-high machine, was able to easily max out most of the settings and with no obvious issues, and it can be quite visually nice to look at. The game also runs without issue on Windows 10 for me.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=678767699
Aircraft
The game comes with two aircraft; a TF-51D "Mustang" WW2 Fighter, and a Su-25T "Frogfoot" Attack Jet. Both are modeled with considerable detail and offer realistic flight models. The aircraft can be modified with different payload / weapon options. Aircraft addons you buy may offer even more realistic flight behavior depending on what you buy.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=678767496
NOTE: Because this game caters towards relatively hardcore flight mechanics, I would recommend if you are a new pilot to flight simulation (i.e. never flown at all in other simulators) start out with more accessible titles (such as Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition or X-Plane 10 Global as of writing this) until you have the grasp of the very basics of flight, and then come back and work through the training missions included. Jumping right in might just lead to frustration if you don’t really have a handle on the basics of flight, as its easier to learn from the point of how to fly the specific aircraft, rather than how to fly a plane in general. At least in my opinion anyway (and no means a dig at the game).

Free to play limits
There are no obvious limits or restrictions in place that I could see. You are really only limited by what aircraft you can fly, most of which you have to purchase separate.

Free Flight (Instant Action and Fast Missions)
DCS World comes with both pre-set instant action scenarios, as well as fast missions. The fast missions allow you to select the aircraft you wish to fly, then set the start location and enemy difficulty – and generate a combat scenario where you can put your aircraft to the test.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=678767304
Missions & Campaign
Included with the free-to-play portion of the game is several stand-alone missions for the SU-25T, as-well as a scripted campaign. There is also several training missions as-well. There is likely several hours’ worth here, and you can of course just install user created missions or create your own.

Conclusion
If you want a combat flight simulator, with emphasis on the simulation then the free-to-play DCS World is recommended.

Good
Pair of detailed aircraft (with many more to buy)
Realistic Flight models
Selection of available missions and campaign
Free-to-play

Not so good
Not as wide selection of content as other games
Limited scenery
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mushioni
( 5.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 4
anyone who has played lock on will recognise this title ... same makers ... and its all the better for it

now the free aircraft are great , well realised and fun , not much is as much fun as hopping into a tf51d mustang ... a p51 without guns and just barrelling around , then you start practicing landings and you see how the flight model works and changes subtly as you decelerate from 300 kts to 150 to land and taxiing with differential brakes , after this you'll spend an age learning how to cold start the engine and systems , and in spite of how heavy it sounds it draws you in ... after all a mustangs a damn sight more fun than a cessna

after that you can try the su25 ... the soviet answer to the a10 , again its deep but not so deep that you will never get the hang of it but hard enough that complete mastery is after many hours ... think 100+ before your targeting in low light and doing pop up attacks

now im no fan of the frogfoot but i enjoy deep sims so i splashed a bit of cash and got the a10c warthog package ... thats deep as in setting waypoints , radio frequencies , setting chaff/flare dispersions etc etc ... but its bloody good fun , its also fully configurable with a good flight stick , i have an old hotas cougar that i want to mod for this , but generally im using a saitek x52 ... also excellent for elite dangerous , in addition i use it with an oculus dk2 and quite frankly this transforms this from a game to serious immersion territory , i can blat around in my a10 looking out over the wings and scan all around and the sheer scale of the aircraft is there ... your looking right back down 40 foot of fuselage to the tail over the huge turbofans , then you see the weapons draped under the wings however you set its loadout ... its there in full effect , i may as well just join the usaf as im already there just without the BS side of things :)

another bird i had to get was the f15c , not as fully realised as the a10c but great fun , imagine full afterburner runs down the valleys keeping below 200 feet contrails streaming off the wings as you pull g then going vertical breaking through the clouds and looking down at a beautifully realised world ... when your machines good and you have the magic accessories this simulation really is as close to flying as you can get , i used to be an raf engineer and a part time glider pilot so i do understand whats being attempted here and you just cannot get better

and its free!!!! , you just chip in when its given you a taster of what the real military do
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Jonny ToniC
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
Just isn't really made for keyboard or gamepad. Way too many configurations, gamepad controller is useless, and quite honestly, its built for VR. Great view, very detailed aircraft, mediocre graphics, and enjoyed the 5 mins of gameplay, before plunging to my death because no controls worked. So, if you don't have the VR equipment, it's pointless. Would of been awesome if it had better gamepad configs.
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LT.Kitty Cat MD PHD DDS ESQ
( 47.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
This is simply the greatest flight simulator that I have ever had the privelage to use. Through out three seperate installs I have logged over 200 hours and regret not one second. DCS offers unmatched realism, but not only is it realistic at being a simulator, it is fantastic at simulating what it is like to be a military pilot, this is what in my opionion sets DCS apart from all other simulators. I have noticed that many complain about the price of the module, trust me they are worth every penny, you will most likely spend somewhere north of three hours reading through the manuals, five hours practicing the procedures, at least twenty hours learning and perfecting techniques in that aircraft, and then countless hours enjoying yourself in the cockpit of a legendary fighter aircraft. You never will get screwed over by a low quality overpriced addon as you would in FSX or Xplane, as Eagle Dynamics is very picky about the content made for their game, they ensure you get a realistic flight model, a cockpit full of a bunch of buttons that each their own purpose, and a way to throw ayay a ridiculous amount of time. The SU-25 and TF-51 are not made to be permanent, they are meant to introduce you to the dynamics of the sim, I would reccomend buying the A-10 and spend some time in it and then decide that you love this game as the SU-25 and TF-51 are not an accurate reflection of what this game really is.
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TheRogueTickler
( 81.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
DCS World is without doubt, my favorite flight simulator. It has been continuously expanding since I purchased it, and there are many highly detailed modules to purchase if you like this free base game. This is not a game you will learn to play quickly by any means. You will be doing a lot of research when you first start out. If you are expecting Ace Combat this will be a shock. Even comparing it to flying aircraft in a game like Arma 2 or 3, would not do justice to the detail and realism DCS has. With this base game you get the Su-25T. It is no fighter, but a slow, capable ground attack aircraft with some big fire power. If realism is something you are always trying to find when flying aircraft in games, than this is the one for you.

And, the best part of this game is that the base installment is free.
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xBasicMudkip
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
Add DCS World to xBox One please
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\/ape /\ation
( 41.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
This game is one of if not the best Flight simulaton games. The game has full fidelity cockpits with flight manuals over 100 pages to tell you which buttons to press. Although the game currently has its short comings in the graphics department it is a wonderful simulator. You don't know what true success is until you've mastered the planes you get and know what every button in the cockpit does. I have many hours in DCS world sadly not counted because I switched to standalone, but each hour can be the most frusterating or fun thing youll ever do. This game is NOT meant for fast paced gamers but those who actually look for a reward in what they are playing. DCS will leave you happy with it and you'll keep coming back.


However I would recomend that new comers get the standalone on the Eagle Dynamics website for DCS as it has more modules for it.
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MichaelPilot
( 32.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
This game is very fun and realistic as hell, but the problem is... we only get one plane which is the TF-51 which does not work as well, and do you want more planes and helicopters? PAY US OVER 100$ OF YOUR MONEY TO GET MY PLANES, like are the devs nuts!? The Dlc is overpriced which they should be PayDay2 dlc price instead of $60 or 40$ for a plane that does not work. For the conclusion, don't buy this game, the dlcs are a waste of your hard worked money
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Molbo Cheeze
( 47.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
CTRL+E you kids that call this a game (which it isn't), say it is overpriced (which it isn't), and whine when its too hard (which it definitally is). This is a sim that represents exactly the same as the real aircraft (depending on your joystick of choice) so you can expect a high price tag. It's better than paying $18.8 million for a A-10 when you can get it here for $40 and plus $450 with a Thrustmaster (maybe even less).
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col.sanders |chicken|
( 47.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
i have noticed most pepole are complaning its too hard, these pepole have thosands of hours in warthunder and there reviws are like "best simulator ever" and "super reilistec" they complain about how there pcs cant run and how there xbox controller is hard to set up and that you need a 300 joystick to fly.

i started with a 30 dollar joystick, got so invloved i have a 500 dollar setup for flight controls, but you dont have to go that far a few buttons and a good memory(brain) is enough.

this is a SIM for players who know what there doing and understand you have to turn on fuel and stuff, not just hit one button and hold wep for a hour.
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celkaris
( 47.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 28
a must have if you're into simulators.
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Uncle Cumbeard
( 17.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 28
>Flying
>♥♥♥♥ yeah I got this
>Quick Turn like I do in FSX
>BEEEP BEEEP BEEEP
>Undiscernible Russian
>Maybe I need to speed up
>BEEEEEP BEEEEEEP *more russian but louder*
>Aircraft shakes violently
>What the fu-
>Spinnign out of Control
>Heading to the ground- Crash!
>11/10 would listen to unskipable dialogue again!
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DirtyVenom
( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 27
You want to fly a weaponized P-51D?
Thirty dollars, please.
You want to fly the A-10 Warthog?
Fourty dollars, please.
You want to breathe?
A million dollars, please.
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Realmslaya
( 6.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 27
The most underrated game of all time I'm sure...
There is so much time and development that went into this simulator.

I read a review based on this game and the reviewer mention, once you get that plane started and everything ready and the second you get off the ground... the feeling is unbelievable.... 1000% correct.

Awesome feeling! Especially when you land safely :)

I completely recommend it!!
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gamerboy10012
( 26.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
very realistic and accurate
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 27
The most underrated game of all time I'm sure...
There is so much time and development that went into this simulator.

I read a review based on this game and the reviewer mention, once you get that plane started and everything ready and the second you get off the ground... the feeling is unbelievable.... 1000% correct.

Awesome feeling! Especially when you land safely :)

I completely recommend it!!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
29.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 8
I played the standalone version before playing the steam version so have more hours ingame than steam says.

DCS World is a fantastic simulator, but please note the sim part of the name... this isn't a game you are going to load up and be flying around like Maverick within the first 2 minutes. If you are willing to learn how the planes handle, learn what the limitations on each plane/weapon/vehicle are and practice, practice and more practice then DCS World is an amazing experience and game.

The two planes that come with the free version are perfect for learning how to fly, the DLC modules bring in more challenging planes, maps and campaigns.

The free map in the Black Sea region is huge, with more than enough land mass and sea area.

Work is constantly being done on the sim aswell to keep the graphics and sound up to date, the new 2.0 update in testing at the moment is fantastic looking.

The free single player campaign for the SU-25T is interesting, the tutorials are informative and the included mission editor is easy to use and gives you the ability to create very advanced missions and campaigns. Multiplayer is also an amazing experience.

I'ld recommend DCS World to anyone with an interest in flight from both modern and WWII eras, even if all you want to do is experience flying and not interested in combat.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
133.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 10
This will not be easy. You will have to read through houndred of pages. But if you do your homework and dedicate enough time, this sim is extremely rewarding. For the ultimate sim experience, get yourself the A-10C and the MiG-21, that will keep you busy...
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
23.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 12
Keen on reading pages after pages of manuals on radar systems, auto pilots, flight controlls and what not?
Feel the urge to be shot down time after time again by enemy SAM stations and fighters?
Do you have a desperate need to struggle with control mapping, button possitioning and horrible flying weather?

If yes, continue reading. If no, move on.

Because if you get past all of the earlier mentioned struggles and frustrations this simulator is fantastically rewarding!
The feeling you get when you land your first bombing run spot on or shoot down your first enemy fighter with a AMRAM missile is absolutely superb! If you choose to put in the hours requiered, this simulator is absolutely breathtaking!

Do keep in mind that this is a simulator much more than it is a game. Therefore it is not for those who is not willing to lay down the time and effort to get it just right. Furter more you ABSOLUTELY need a joystick and throttle. Preferably a seperated joystick, throttle and peddals. I use the Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog setup along side the Saitek PRO rudder pedals, and this works wonderfully.

I am curently awaiting my Oculus Rift and can not wait to pair it up with this sim!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
45.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 9
The most realistic Modern Fighter Flight Simulator you can find on the market, DCS World is free and it comes with some default planes, a mission editor + a few premade missions, you can buy more planes, helicopters and features as DLCs.

All planes and helicopters are accurately simulated with amazing detail and true to life flight dynamics and weapons.

This simulator is really fun to play, Multiplayer gameplay offers the best possible experience and despite what some people say, the game is playable with mouse and keyboard, joystick is not needed to play.

Cons:

poor game optimization, random stutters and freezes

An unknown bug in multiplayer sometimes causes targets to be impossible to hit due to targets warping around making radar lose lock, in short range it can causes target to be invisible - probably caused by bad connection of some players

Graphics are not the top

Pros:

Realistic Flight Simulator

Multiplayer in this game is awesome

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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 13
To me. Its the best Flight-sim i ever played. 8/10 would recommend.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
26.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 25
very realistic and accurate
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
47.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 28
a must have if you're into simulators.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 12
I really enjoy DCS World in VR but it took me a lot of effort. This isn't specific to VR: flight sims generally take a lot of set up time. I have a HOTAS with pedals and for each plane you have to map everything. Fortunately once you have all of this completed after many rounds of testing the experience is pretty awesome. In game the VR is amazing. Head tracking is spot on and the cockpits are well done. The VR user interface is fully capable but is not polished. The traditional flatscreen interface is used in VR and you can't recenter in the game (that I have found). If you want to experiment with flight sim then I highly recommend this. The two planes you get for free deliver a lot of content (I have not purchased any DLC yet).
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Recommended
47.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 3
This is simply the greatest flight simulator that I have ever had the privelage to use. Through out three seperate installs I have logged over 200 hours and regret not one second. DCS offers unmatched realism, but not only is it realistic at being a simulator, it is fantastic at simulating what it is like to be a military pilot, this is what in my opionion sets DCS apart from all other simulators. I have noticed that many complain about the price of the module, trust me they are worth every penny, you will most likely spend somewhere north of three hours reading through the manuals, five hours practicing the procedures, at least twenty hours learning and perfecting techniques in that aircraft, and then countless hours enjoying yourself in the cockpit of a legendary fighter aircraft. You never will get screwed over by a low quality overpriced addon as you would in FSX or Xplane, as Eagle Dynamics is very picky about the content made for their game, they ensure you get a realistic flight model, a cockpit full of a bunch of buttons that each their own purpose, and a way to throw ayay a ridiculous amount of time. The SU-25 and TF-51 are not made to be permanent, they are meant to introduce you to the dynamics of the sim, I would reccomend buying the A-10 and spend some time in it and then decide that you love this game as the SU-25 and TF-51 are not an accurate reflection of what this game really is.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
81.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 3
DCS World is without doubt, my favorite flight simulator. It has been continuously expanding since I purchased it, and there are many highly detailed modules to purchase if you like this free base game. This is not a game you will learn to play quickly by any means. You will be doing a lot of research when you first start out. If you are expecting Ace Combat this will be a shock. Even comparing it to flying aircraft in a game like Arma 2 or 3, would not do justice to the detail and realism DCS has. With this base game you get the Su-25T. It is no fighter, but a slow, capable ground attack aircraft with some big fire power. If realism is something you are always trying to find when flying aircraft in games, than this is the one for you.

And, the best part of this game is that the base installment is free.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
152.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 4
This game is amazing. However, that should be common knowledge. The reason I am writing this is to address an issue that keeps cropping up. When people write negative reviews say "Oh my god, the DLC is so expensive. WTF were the creators thinking?", that really pisses me off. The modules are separate games. Hear me? SEPARATE. GAMES. On the DCS website, you buy them individually. However, steam puts them in the DLC section, probably for ease of access. I am going to say this one more time. The "DLC" is not DLC. They are games on their own. They need DCS world to open them though, (Something I learned the hard way) but that does not mean they are DLC. If you are wondering why this review is so long, it is because people who give this game negative reviews are probably not that smart, and need the extra help.
Thank you for reading this very long rant.






P.S. Buy a track IR. It really, really, REALLY helps.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 6
Awesome Sim, Went direct to Eagle to get Beta's . Unequivocally the best! High fidelity . 5 stars. *****
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 7
one of the best realistic simulation game
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 11
As a simulator, the fidelity is amazing. Everything is reconstituted in game from the tiniest details in the cockpit to the slightest nuances in aircraft behavior. Even compared to other simulators on the market, DCS is top-notch and possibly the only modern simulator to allow modern-day air-to-air combat in addition to a decent selection of older jets ranging from the skies of Vietnam, Korea and WWII.

Pros:
- Beautiful graphics
- Supremely realistic
- Good selection of aircraft
- Good selection of single player modes, campaigns, and settings
- Relatively healthy multiplayer

Cons:
- Somewhat hard to get into for beginners
- Not all aircraft have a tutorial section
- High cost of individual aircraft
- Modern air-superiority jets basically require TrackIR or equivalent to efficiently operate the off-bore sights
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
105.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 15
This game and its DLCs offer the best flight sim experiences availible to the PC market, simple as that
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 15
really good game but you need a joystick to play it proply
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Recommended
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 15
I love planes and planes love me! 10/10
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
81.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 13
extremely realistic and it has an extreme sense of accomplishment once you complete even a simple task
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