I have been a user of the disc versions of "Il-2" up to "1946", and of the non-Steam verion of "Rise of Flight", but so far have not tried any of your latest incarnations within "Greatest Battles". I may try to use the opportunity of this summer sale to do so, but have a number of fairly basic technical questions which need answering before I can commit to a purchase.
1 - the Steam and non-Steam versions of "Rise of Flight" were not capable of living together within a single installation. Does this restriction still apply to the Steam and non-Steam versions of the "Greatest Battles" ? Or could I for example run the Steam version of "Stalingrad" together with the non-Steam version of "Kuban", as if they are a single installation ?
2 - How large are the downloads involved ? I am interested in "Bodenplatte", and really interested in "Tank Crew", but have no idea of how much of my monthly download allowance either of these would take if I made a purchase.
3 - I saw a comment on your store webpages that driving tanks in one of the "Greatest Battles" is only possible in a multiplayer mode game. Does this mean that it is just not possible to even practice driving a tank in a single player scenario ?
4 - Is it possible to obtain a copy of the user manual for one of the "Greatest Battles" games before buying it so that I can see whether my keyboard and mouse will give me adequate control of planes and tanks, or whether some other device would make this much easier for me ?
Being new to this forum and this product range, I really was not sure where to post my questions - I hope this is sufficiently close to the correct target sub-forum.
I hope that some kind soul here can give me answers that will allow me to make a decision about buying one of these games, or even maybe two. Thank you in advance for any help here,