09.06.2021
Dev blog #283

This week we are showing a Dev. Diary a little early because we have some vacation and Covid-related holiday time that interferes with our normal routine. So, before we take a little time off, here are some quick shots of the German Sd.Kfz. 10/5 Flak 38 in the actual game engine. As you can see the textures are not anywhere near ready, but it is starting to become functional including some of the damage model and the gunsights. Once again, our partners at DigitalForms have done a terrific job on the model.

01.06.2021
Update 4.602

Today we’re releasing another update, 4.602, that brings to you two new aircraft at once.

 

 

28.05.2021
Dev blog #282

We are hard at work trying to finalize update 4.602 and the Fokker D.VIII is in final testing and implementation. So, this DD is dedicated to that deadly monoplane the Germans sent to the Western Front late in the war. The 'Flying Switchblade' makes its debut in Flying Circus Vol. II next week if testing goes well. Enjoy these beautiful images of it in action!

26.05.2021
Announcing the flyable C-47 with Pre-Order and plans for the Li-2, Sopwith Snipe and Siemens-Schuckert D.IV!

It is our pleasure to announce some new Collector Planes for the IL-2 Sturmovik: Great Battles series! We are still waist-deep in Battle of Normandy and Flying Circus Vol. II development, but we have decided to push on with our partner Ugra Media and bring you a few more iconic and important aircraft! The following planes have long been discussed as possible projects or desired by community members and now we are able to make the commitment to build them. So, without further delay here they are.

21.05.2021
Dev blog #281

Behold the mighty Typhoon Mk.Ib in action! Coming soon to Battle of Normandy! It is now in Beta and is scheduled for release in June. It's another beauty by our talented team. This beast is armed with 4 x 20 mm Hispano cannons and can carry multiple rockets like the RP-3 in HE and AP flavors or a pair of 250 lb. or 500 lb. bombs. The cockpit is another tubular framework popular with British designers of the period. It just looks angry with those rockets slung under the wings!