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  1. I paid for the premium version of Battle of Moscow that includes all of the weapon and skin unlocks. I haven't touched the game in awhile, and I just came back to it today. I've found that all of the weapon unlocks have been locked again, but I still have the premium planes. The only thing I've done to my computer is update it to Windows 10 in that time frame, but I'm not sure how that could cause problems with the game. Is there anyone that can help me with this issue?

  2. One thing that I have noticed is that the Mig has horrible low speed performance. At lower speeds (roughly around 300 km/h) it has a horrible tendency to stall out and snap downwards towards the ground in a low speed turn at low altitude. Its stalls are somewhat hard to correct as well.

  3. I don't play multiplayer that often, so I'm not sure what the benefit of the additional 50 or 100 points is. Maybe so you can brag about how high you are on the scoreboard at the end of a round? Being first never mattered much to me. I have more fun just flying around and bombing tanks no matter what side I'm on as long as it's balanced. I find that many people prefer a certain side and will choose that side even if it makes the game unbalanced. I'll usually switch sides to even it out if I can.  :)

  4. I would love to see a pacific theater, but that's mostly because I'm an American who's about to graduate as an ESL teacher who knows Japanese.  :P


    I would love to see some Zeros and N1Ks fighting P-38s, P 40s, Hellcats, etc. in this engine.  :)

  5. Hello all! I'm extremely sorry if this has been brought up before, but I couldn't seem to find an exact topic that answered my questions. As apparent by my little silver medal under my name, I was an early access member of the IL 2 Battle of Stalingrad game. I really like it now, but at release, there were some inherent problems that made me quit. After about nine months, I have come back, and the game seems to be better than it was at release. However, I've missed out on many changes and design notes, so I don't know exactly what has changed in my absence.


    I see that IL 2 Battle of Moscow has been released for early access and has been slated for a Q1 2016 release date. Upon looking at the planes, I feel like I really want to spend the extra money to get the deluxe edition. The P 40 has always been one of my favorite aircraft, and I've always wanted to experience the MC 202 Folgore in an actual, modern World War II simulator. However, I don't know what Battle of Moscow has to offer, and I'm worried about spending $80 on something that I don't really know what it's going to be like upon release. Here's my questions:


    What aircraft have been released already for Battle of Moscow early access for Battle of Stalingrad? (I assume it's the grayed out ones in Battle of Stalingrad: BF 109 E-7, I-16, MC 202, BF 110, P 40)


    Are there any other aircraft scheduled to be released? If so, how are the releases being chosen: monthly, biweekly, random?


    Is the campaign for Battle of Moscow going to be the same as the campaign for Battle of Stalingrad where you have to select an airport and then replay the same mission types over and over again?


    Is Battle of Moscow going to be using the same engine as Battle of Stalingrad?


    Is Battle of Moscow going to improve upon anything that Battle of Stalingrad has done, or is it going to, at its core, Battle of Stalingrad with different airplanes?


    What maps is Battle of Moscow going to use? Will they be similar to the summer and winter maps in Battle of Stalingrad?


    What's the benefit of buying the deluxe edition other than getting the P-40, the MC 202, and a gold badge on your forum profile?


    If I have transferred my original key of Battle of Stalingrad to Steam, and I choose to buy Battle of Moscow, will the early access aircraft be available for me when I launch Battle of Stalingrad through steam?


    Thank you in advance for your time in helping me with my questions. I'm a college student, so I want to know all of the facts before I drop a significant amount of money on the next iteration of this game. :)

  6. I originally bought the pre-order version of this game and had the key transferred to Steam. My monitor is a 1920x1080p monitor. I went into my graphics settings and realized that the resolution it was set at was 1280x720, so I changed it to 1920x1080. When I did that, the menu increased in size, and I can't do anything. The buttons to start the campaign, access profile data, etc. are cut off, and my mouse can't access them. I've tried reverting the resolution back to what it was in the .ini file, but it doesn't do anything. I even tried setting it to read only, and nothing happened. I also reinstalled the game, and nothing changed. My whole game is unplayable at this point, and I need help to get it working again.

  7. Hello! I'm highly considering this, but I have a question about this. I'm eligible for the ability to transfer to steam if I want to. I bought the standard edition of the game and then later, spent the extra money to get the Focke-Wulf 190.


    I know Steam's way of viewing this is that the Focke-Wulf 190 is considered a DLC add on to the original game. So if I switch to Steam, will I keep my FW 190 or will I lose it?

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