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For me MTO would be amacing. A map covering Tunisia, Malta and the islands and Sicily.

 

We can have a lo of versions from actual planes and we have already a lot fitting in to the teatre

We have a good environment to introduce torpedo planes and we have ton of posibilities for different missions 

 

-109 G2 1.42 ata

-Mc205

-Stuka D5

-Savoyas Bomber

-CR42

-there were a torpeode one engine plane on the 1946 on this teatre... cant remember the name

 

We can play with 190s, other 109s, 111s, Ju52, jU 88

 

-Marlet

-P38 earlier versions

-Gladiator

-P40 other version

-Spitfire V trop

-Early mustang or the dive bomber mustang

 

 

We can use Hurry, A20s, B25s

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, E69_geramos109 said:

For me MTO would be amacing. A map covering Tunisia, Malta and the islands and Sicily.

 

We can have a lo of versions from actual planes and we have already a lot fitting in to the teatre

We have a good environment to introduce torpedo planes and we have ton of posibilities for different missions 

 

-109 G2 1.42 ata

-Mc205

-Stuka D5

-Savoyas Bomber

-CR42

-there were a torpeode one engine plane on the 1946 on this teatre... cant remember the name

 

We can play with 190s, other 109s, 111s, Ju52, jU 88

 

-Marlet

-P38 earlier versions

-Gladiator

-P40 other version

-Spitfire V trop

-Early mustang or the dive bomber mustang

 

 

We can use Hurry, A20s, B25s

 

 

 

 

Could be a dream !!

On 5/8/2020 at 6:10 AM, [=PzG=]-FlyinPinkPanther said:

There is still the 109 G-10

Guys if you think to Italy 1944-45...there is the possibility to develop 5 new fighters

Me 109 G10 ( ANR and Luftwaffe)

And the outstanding serie 5 of italian fighters:

MC 205; FIAT G 55; Re 2002 and Re 2005

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Well, you missed just a few more: IL2 1946 list:

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0 YB-49 (Northrop jet-powered heavy bomber Flying-wing –Mod frankenplane for now)
A-1H  (Douglas Skyraider)
A-1H_Tanker
A-1J
A-7A  (Vought A-7 Corsair II)           
A-7B                 
A-7D             
A-7E
A-20 (Boston MkIII )
A-20 (Boston MkIII-S )
A-20C
A-20C_RKKA_E_NW
A-20C_RKKA_NW
A-20DB7 (Boston MK.II)
A-20G
A-20G_RKKA
A-20G_RKKA_NW
A-20G_RKKF
A-20G1
A-20Gussr
A-20H
A-20 H rockets
A-20N
A-24B_Banshee
A-26    (Douglas A-26 Invader)
A-26 B
A-26 C
A-26 K
A5M4  (WW2 Japan fighter - Allied codename Claude)
A6M-11 (WW2 Japan Navy fighter - Allied codename Zero/Zeke)
A6M2    (WW2 Japan fighter - Allied codename Zero/Zeke)
A6M2K - Zero trainer
A6M-21
A6M-21Late
A6M-21LateFM
A6M-21LateRFM
A6M-21RFM
A6M-22
A6M2-21
A6M2-21_FB
A6M2-21_Late
A6M2-21_Late_FieldMod
A6M-22Kai
A6M-22-Ko
A6M-22-KoRFM
A6M-22RFM
A6M2-N (Rufe - Zero Seaplane)
A6M3
A6M-32
A6M3-22 Kai - with 30mm Type-2 cannons
A6M-32FM
A6M-32RFM
A6M3-32
A6M3-32kai
A6M3a-22ko
A6M5    (WW2 Japan fighter - Allied codename Zero/Zeke)
A6M-52
A6M-52Early
A6M-52-Hei
A6M-52-Ko
A6M-52NF
A6M-52-Otsu
A6M-54
A6M5a
A6M5b
A6M5c
A6M5Kamikaze  (Special mod for Kamikazi missions)
A6M6
A6M-62
A6M-63
A6M6-53
A6M7_Model62
A6M7_Model63
A6M8
A6M-N
A6M-NLate
Aero_A101  (Papagayo-biplane-1937)
AC-47  (Douglas - Spooky gunship)
AC-47 (New 2013 - 3d upgrade - Douglas Spooky gunship)
AD-4
AH1  (Cobra Helicopter)
Albatros D.III  (WW1 German fighter)
Albatros D.Va  (WW1 German fighter)
AirCobra1  (Bell Aircobra 1 WW2 fighter)
AEG C.IV      (WW1 German bomber)
AEG C.IV-N  (WW1 German bomber)
AN_2
Ar-196A-3
Ar-196T0
Ar-234B-2    (Blitz - German jet bomber)
Ar-234B-2NJ  (Blitz - Nightfighter with Radar antennas+heavy guns)
Ar-234C-2  (Blitz - Special 4 jet-engines)
AS-TBR   (1950s/60s 'what if' antisub/ship/attack turbo prop)
Autogyro  (also known as gyroplane, gyrocopter, or rotaplane)
AT-802 (Air Tractor 2008 Modern crop-duster+fighter)
AvengerMkIII
Aviatik   (WW1 German aircraft)
Avia B-135  (WW2 fighter)
AviaB534
AviaB534R
AviaBk534
Avia Bk-534 (Naval version with hook)
AviaBk534Sea
AviaS199  (Named Mezek/Mule)
Avia B-71  (Ww2 medium bomber)
B-17D (WW2 Flying Fortress)
B-17E
B-17F
B-17G
B-17Gmod
B-17J
B-239 (WW2 Brewster Buffalo)
B-24D   (Liberator - WW2 bomber)
B-24D   (Liberator GR.V rocket armed)
B-24J
B-24J-100-CF
B-24GRV
B-25A  (WW2 Mitchell bomber/attack)
B-25A_Late
B-25B
B-25B_Raiders
B-25C_RKKA
B-25C-25NA
B-25Civil
B-25D_RKKA
B-25D-20NC
B-25D-5NC
B-25G-1NA
B-25H-1NA
B-25J_RKKA
B-25J-15NA
B-25J-1NA
B-25J-22NA
B-25TS
B-25TSstub
B-25 Smuggler (Special VIP passenger carrying aircraft)
B-25 Stubbs     (Special VIP passenger carrying aircraft)
B-26B (WW2 Marauder )
B-26C
B-26K
B-29   (WW2 USA bomber - Superfortress)
B-29-SP   (Silver Plate- Special Atomic bomb bomber)
B-29 F-13 / RB-29   (High-altitude Recon/Spy plane  version)
B-29 KJ-1   (KongJing-1 Airborne Early Warning [AEW] system)
B47    (Boeing Stratojet – Mod frankenplane)
B-52   (Boeing Stratofortress – Mod frankenplane)
B4Y-1   (WW2 Japan - Allied codename Jean)
B5N2  (WW2 Japan - Allied codename Kate)
B6N2
Ba65A80ArconeL  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14ArconeL  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65A80TurretM  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14TurretM  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65A80Monoplace   (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14Monoplace   (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14BiplaceEarly (Breda Italian Aircraft)
B.E.2C        (WW1 allied recon/bomber fighter)
BeaufighterMk21
BeaufighterMkI
BeaufighterMkIF
BeaufighterMkX
Bell47    (Helicopter)
Bell47AI    (Helicopter)
Bf-109B-1   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – B = Berta)
Bf-109B-2
BF-109C1  (German WW2 fighter aircraft – C = Clara/Caesar)
Bf-109D-1  (German WW2 fighter aircraft – D = Dora)
Bf-109D-1Late
Bf-109E-1   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – E = Emil)
Bf-109E-1/B
Bf-109E-1_Early
Bf-109E-3
Bf-109E-3/B
Bf-109E-3FR
Bf-109E-4
Bf-109E-4/B
Bf-109E-4_BoB
Bf-109E-4_Trop
Bf-109E-4N
Bf-109E-5
Bf-109E-5/Trop
Bf-109E-6
Bf-109E-6/Trop
Bf-109E-7
Bf-109E-7N
Bf-109E-7N_Trop
Bf-109E-7Z
Bf-109F-0   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – F=Franz/Friedrich)
Bf-109F-1
Bf-109F-1NW
Bf-109F-2
Bf-109F-2/B
Bf-109F-2/B_Trop
Bf-109F-2_Trop
Bf-109F-2_U1_DZZMod
Bf-109F-2B
BF-109F2orig
Bf-109F-2trop
Bf-109F-2U
Bf-109F-3
Bf-109F-4
Bf-109F-4/B
Bf-109F-4/B_Trop
Bf-109F-4/R1
BF-109F-4_1.3A
Bf-109F-4_Trop
Bf-109F-4B
Bf-109F-4MSTL
Bf-109F-4trop
Bf-109F-4Z
Bf-109F-5
Bf-109F-5_DZZMod
Bf-109F-6
Bf-109F-6_DZZMod
Bf-109G-1   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – G=Gustav)
Bf-109G-10
Bf-109G-10_DZZMod
Bf-109G-10_Erla
Bf-109G-10_Erla2
Bf-109G-10_ErlaC3_45
Bf-109G-10C3
Bf-109G-10early
Bf-109G-10MG
Bf-109G-14
Bf-109G-14AS
Bf-109G-14early
Bf-109G-14MG
Bf-109G-2
Bf-109G-2/R6
BF-109G-2_1.3ATA
Bf-109G-2_Early
Bf-109G-2_Late
Bf-109G-2_Trop
Bf-109G-2T
Bf-109G-3
Bf-109G-4
Bf-109G-4/R6
Bf-109G-4_Trop
Bf-109G-4T
Bf-109G-5
Bf-109G-5AS
Bf-109G-6
Bf-109G-6/R6
BF-109G-6_1.3ATA
Bf-109G-6_Erla
Bf-109G-6_Erla
Bf-109G-6_Late
Bf-109G-6_Mid
Bf-109G-6_Trop
Bf-109G-6AS
Bf-109G-6ASN
Bf-109G-6Late/R6
Bf-109G-6T
Bf-109G-8
Bf-109G-8_DZZMod
Bf-109K-14 (German WW2 fighter aircraft – K=Kurfurst)
Bf-109K-4
Bf-109K-4C3
Bf-109K-6
Bf-109T    (German Navy Carrier Bf-109 version)
Bf-109T-1 (German Navy Carrier Bf-109 version)
Bf-109T-2 (German Navy Carrier Bf-109 version)
Bf-109Z   (Bf-109 Twin fuselage fighter)
Bf-110C-1 (Messerschmitt fighter-bomber Zerstorer - earlier DB601 Engine,  MgFF cannons)
Bf-110C-4  (Zerstorer, upgraded crew armor)
Bf-110C-4B ( based on C-4, upgraded DB 601 Ba engines)
Bf-110C-7 (Version of the C-4 with upgraded DB601P engines)
Bf-110D-3 (Long-range Zerstorer)
Bf-110E-1 (More armor is added + to carry more ordinance into battle)
Bf-110F-2  (described at the best of the 110 of WW2)
Bf-110G-2 (Often used against Allied heavy bombers)
BF-110-G4
BF-110-G4NJ (Nigh fighter, FuG 202/220 Lichtenstein radar)
Bf-110G-4R3
BI-1   (WW2 Soviet rocket plane)
BI-6   (WW2 Soviet rocket plane)
BlenheimMkI
BlenheimMkIF
BlenheimMkIV
BlenheimMkIVF
BlenheimS1 - Blenheim Sarja I - "Talvisota"
Bleriot    (Bleriot/Moranne-1915-Mod)
Bleriot2  (Bleriot/Moranne-1915-Mod)
Breda65
Breguet_19LV - Breguet 19 Elizade (Vickers K), 1935
Breguet_19L -Breguet 19 Lorraine, 1922
Breguet_19H - Breguet 19 Hispano, 1930
Breguet_19HV - Breguet 19 Hispano (VickersK) 1935
Bulldog_II - Bristol Bulldog Skis
Bulldog_IVa - Bristol Bulldog Skis
Bu_181 (Bucker Bestmann)
Bü-181 & Gomhouria Mk.6
BuffaloMkI
C-47 (Douglas Skytrain/Dakota – WW2 transport)
C-47A
C-47B
C-47D
C-47Export
C-47FlareShip
C-54   (Douglas Skymaster – Transport -Mod frankenplane)
Ca.114  (Caproni biplane)
Ca.114 - Italian Peruvian - Ca.114
C-130P
Camel   (Sopwith Camel -1917)
CamelSturm
CameraShip
CANT Z 501 (Gabbiano/Gull)
Cant-Z506B  - Seaplane
CANT 1007 (Alcione/Kingfisher)
CANT 1007t
Cant Z 1007bis - Series IV to IX
Chan-28-I
CaproniCA31 (WW1 Italian bomber)
CaproniCA32 (WW1 Italian bomber)
CaproniCA31_350hp (WW1 Italian bomber)
CaproniCA33 (WW1 Italian bomber)
Caudron C.714 - b1 (WW2 French Fighter – old version)
Caudron-CR-714 (WW2 French Fighter – new version)
CorsairMkI
CorsairMkII
CorsairMkIV
CR_42 (Italian fighter - Falco)
CR_42BA
CR32
CR-32quater
CR-32  (Aviaskin's CR-32 – new version)
Criquet (French version Fi-156)
CriquetA
CriquetS
CW-21 (Curtiss-Wright-Interceptor/Demon)
D3A1 (Val)
D3A2
D4Y1
D4Y2
D371 - Dewoitine D.371, 1936
D372 - Dewoitine D.372, 1936
D510 - Dewoitine 501-510  Fighter
D510T - Dewoitine 501-510
D510TH  - Dewoitine 501-510   
D510THM100 - Dewoitine 501-510
D570
DB-2EX
DB-3b (Ilyushin-bomber)
DB-3F
DB-3M
DB-3T
DC-3B-Airliner  (Classic Passenger carrying version)
DeHev
DeHev1
DeHev2
DeHev4
Dh-89a (Dragon-Rapide)
DH.9 (WW1 allied airplane)

Delfin  - Grumman GE-23 Delfin, 1936
Dirigibile_M – (WW1 Allied Flyable medium Zeppelin)
FF1  - Grumman FF1, 1933
Do-17 Z  (Dornier – WW2 German bomber)
Do-217K-1 (WW2 German bomber  - Fliegender-Bleistift/Flying Pencil)
Do-217K-1 (Ultimate mod version)
Do-217K-2
Do-335A-0 (WW2 German Heavy fighter – Pfeil - Arrow)
Do-335V-13
Do-335 A-6  -(2 seater German Night-Fighter with radar)
Durand_Yak-9T
DXXI_DK
DXXI_DU
DXXI_SARJA3_EARLY
DXXI_SARJA3_LATE
DXXI_SARJA4
EC2V_Neptune (Early beta version)
ETF-51D_Navy

FFR-41MR RAM-AIR - (Fictional Futuristic  Jet Fighter)
F2A-2 (Buffalo)

F-4B (Phantom II, 1960)
F-4D (Phantom II, 1966)
F-4E (Phantom II, 1967)
F-4J (Phantom II, 1967)
F4F-3 (Wildcat)
F4F-4
F4F-5
F4U-1 (Corsair)
F4U-1A
F4U-1C
F4U-1D
F4U-2
F4U-4
F4U-4B
F4U-5
F4U-5N (Corsair with wing Radar)
F4U-5N
F-8A    (Vought F-8 Crusader )     
F-8E
RF-8A
F-5  (Northrop - Freedom Fighter)
F-5A/E
F51
F51_Cavalier
F51_COIN
F51_Pulsejet
F51_Ramjet
F51_Seahorse
F51_Seahorse_CType
F-51D
F-51D-30NA
F6C4Hawk
F6F-3 (Hellcat)
F6F-3_Early
F6F-3Mod
F6F-5
F6F-5N - Nightfighter
F6F-6
F-80A
F-80C
F-80C
F-80N
F84F1_Thunderstreak
F84G1_ThunderJet
F84G1-ThunderJet
F84G2_ThunderJet
F84G3_ThunderJet
F84G3-ThunderJet
F-86A_Sabre
F-86A_Sabre
F-86A5
F-86-A5
F-86C
F-86E10
F-86F_Sabre
F-86-F1
F-86F25E
F-86F25L
F-86F30
F-86-F30
F-86F40
F-86J
F-86K
F-100D (Super Sabre)
F8F-2 (Bearcat)
F9F2_Panther (Panther)
F9F2_Panther
F9F Cougar - Carrier/Navy Jet
Fabian_Bf-109G-10
FaireyBattle
FaireyFulmar
Fi-103_V1 (V1-manned-Rocket)
Fi-103R-IV
Fi-156 (Storch)
Fi-156Alone
Fi-156NoAmmo
Fi-156W-3 (Storch seaplane)
Fiat G.50 bis A - 4x12.7mm guns, 2x100kg bombs (Historical)
Fiat G.50 bis AN - Naval version with arresting hook
Fiat G.50BN - Recon/Trainer 2 seater - Naval version w/hook
Fiat CR20 for Chaco War - Biplane
Fiat G.55m - Marina version - Naval version with Hook
Fiat-G55_late_MOD
Fiat-G55_MOD
Fiat-G56 (Centauro)
FJ3M_Fury
FM-1_GM
FM-2
FM-2_GM
FM2B
FM-2-late
Fokker
FokkerCX (1935 biplane)
Fokker-D (FokkerDr1-1917-Mod Frankenplane)
Fokker_DR1  (WW1 German fighter)
Fokker D.VI  (WW1 German fighter)
Fokker DVII - (WW1 German fighter)
Fokker DVIIF  -(WW1 German fighter)
Fokker D.VIII  -(WW1 German fighter)
Fokker-E (Fokker EIII-1915-Mod Grankenplane)
Fokker E.III (WW1 German fighter)
FokkerG1
Friedrichshafen G.III – (WW1 German Bomber)
FolgoreS
FulmarMkI
Fury_S  (1936)
Fw-189A-2 (Uhu-Recon-plane)
Fw-189Scout
Fw_190_A4T
Fw_190_D13T
Fw_190_F9T
FW_190D-9L_orig
FW_190D9orig
Fw-190A-2
Fw-190A-3
Fw-190A-3Sani
Fw-190A-3Sani1
Fw-190a4
Fw-190a4
Fw-190A-4
FW-190A-4_1.42ATA
Fw-190a5
Fw-190A-5
Fw-190a5165ata
Fw-190A-5165ATA
Fw-190A-5U14
Fw-190a6
Fw-190A-6
FW-190A-6orig
Fw-190A-7
Fw-190A-7N
Fw-190A-7STURM
Fw-190A-8
FW-190A-8_1.65ATA
Fw-190A-8Mistel
Fw-190A-8N
Fw-190A-9
FW-190A-9_1.65ATA
Fw-190A-9N
Fw-190D-11
Fw-190D-13
Fw-190D-14
Fw-190D-15
Fw-190D-9
Fw-190D-9_DZZMod
Fw-190D-9_Late
Fw-190D-9_Late_DZZMod
FW190D9early
Fw-190D-9early
FW190D9r5
Fw-190F-1
Fw-190F-1
Fw-190F-2
Fw-190F-2
Fw-190F-3
Fw-190F-3
Fw-190F-8
Fw-190F-8/PB
Fw-190F-8_DZZMod
Fw-190F-8_Late
Fw-190F-8U1
Fw-190F-9
Fw-190F-9/PB
Fw-190G-1
Fw-190G-1
Fw-190G-2
Fw-190G-2
Fw-190G-3
Fw-190G-3
Fw-190G-8
FW-200C-3U4  (Condor - WW2 German Transport+Bomber+Recon)
G_50 (Freccia)
G-11 (WW2 Assault Glider)
G4M1_11
G4M2A-24ko (Japan WW2 - Allied codename Betty)
G4M2E   (Japan WW2 - Allied codename Betty)
G-55
G-55_ss0
G-55_ss0-Late
G-55-Late
Gamma2A5B  (Grumman Gamma 5B, 1936)
GL32    (Gourdou Lesseure GL-32) 
GL633  (Gourdou Lesseure Gl-633)
GL450  (Gourdou Lesseure GL-450)
Gladiator_EX
GladiatorMkI
GladiatorMkII
Gloster  Meteor F3  (Early RAF Jet fighter)     
Gloster Meteor F4   (Early RAF Jet fighter)     
Gloster Meteor F8   (Early RAF Jet fighter)   
Go-229A-1 (Horten Ho-229/Gotha Go-229 - German 1945 Flying wing fighter)
Go-229A-2
Go-229A-3
Go-229A-3NJ (2-Seater-Nightfighter with Radar antenna – new version)
Go-229NJ      (2-Seater-Nightfighter/Radar – new version)
Go-229 JetWar-1956  (Mod version - more weapons and faster)
Go-229 JetWar-1966  (Mod version - more weapons and faster)
Gomhouria-Mk6
Graf_Bf-109G-6
Gyroman (Man-with-small-helicopter)
H_75A2
H19D (Sikorsky Helicopter)
H19DAI (Sikorsky Helicopter)
HRS3  (Sikorsky Helicopter)
H75MO4
H8K1
Ha_1112_M1L - Hispano Aviación HA-1112-M1L Buchon
HalifaxBMkIII
Hanebu – (Fictional WW2 German Flying Saucer - Extremelly rare to see)
Hans_Rudels_Ju-87G-2
Hansa-5
Hansa-7
Hartmann_Bf-109G-6
Hawk75A-2
Hawk75A-3
Hawk75A-4
Hawk75H
Hawk81A-2
Hawk81A-2FB
Hawk-III - 1930s naval airplane
He 111 H-1 (Heinkel He-111 –WW2 German fast medium bomber)
He 111 H-2 (Version fitted with improved armament)
He 111 H-2N
He 111 H-3 (Similar to H-2, but with Jumo 211 A-3 engines)
He 111 H-6  (Torpedo bomber, could carry two LT F5b torpedoes externally)
He 111 H-6 rearm
He 111 H-6 torp
He 111 H-6T
He-111H-12  (Modified to carry Hs 293A missiles)
He-111H-16  (Fitted with Jumo 211 F-2 engines and increased defensive armament)
He 111 H-16 rearm
He-111H-20  (Aircraft feature power-operated dorsal turrets)
He 111 H-20 with Jumo-213
He-111H-21 (Version  with Jumo 213 E-1 engines)
He-111P-2  (Had FuG 10 radio in place of FuG IIIaU. Armament increased to 5 MG 15)
He-111P-2 Field Mod
He-111P-4  (Fitted with extra armour, three extra MG 15s + more bomber racks)
He-111Z  (Two He 111 airframes coupled together)
He-162A-1 (Heinkel Volksjager  "People's Fighter" – German WW2 jet fighter)
He-162A-2  (Armed with 2 × 20 mm MG 151/20 cannons)
He-162B (German LUFT-1946 – with anhedral wingtip extensions better jet)
He-162C  (LUFT-1946 - upgrade swept-back, anhedraled gull wing, and new V-tail)
He-162D (LUFT-1946 – upgrade similar to C-series but with a dihedraled forward-swept wing)
He-219Uhu (German WW2 heavy night-fighter - old mod version 3 )
He-219Uhu  (German WW2 heavy night-fighter - mod version 5 )
He-280 (Heinkel - First turbojet-powered fighter aircraft – Prototype 1940 )
He45  (Heinkel – German light bomber - 1931)
He46C1 "La Pava"
He51C-1  (German single-seat biplane – 1935)
He51CN
He-60  (German single-engined biplane reconnaissance seaplane – 1933-1943)
He-L-IIIB2 (Heinkel Lerche “Lark” - German revolutionary VTOL fighter – LUFT-1946)
Hellcat Mk.I
Hellcat Mk.II.
Hellcat Mk.III
Hellcat Mk.Ib (Cannon)
Heppes_Bf-109G-6
Hispano_E30  (1930 trainer)
Hispano_E30T   (1930 trainer)
HRS3 (Helicopter)
HRS3AI (Helicopter)
Hs-123
Hs-123A-1
Hs-123B-1
Hs-129B-2
Hs-129B-3/Wa
Hurri-BomberMkIIc
Hurri-BomberMkIIcTrop
HurricaneEx
HurricaneMkI
HurricaneMkI_BoB
HurricaneMkIa12lbs
HurricaneMkIa12lbsT
HurricaneMkIaT
HurricaneMkIb
HurricaneMkIbT
HurricaneMkIearly
HurricaneMkIearly
HurricaneMkIIa
HurricaneMkIIb
HurricaneMkIIb_DZZMod
HurricaneMkIIbB
HurricaneMkIIbMod
HurricaneMkIIbMod_DZZMod
HurricaneMkIIbT
HurricaneMkIIc
HurricaneMkIIc_DZZMod
HurricaneMkIIcB
HurricaneMkIIcT
HurricaneMkIId
HurricaneMkIIHercules - Hurricane MkII "Hercules"
HurricaneMkILate
HurricaneMkIV
Hurri-IIc_SansGuns

I_16TYPE5NAVI
I-15_m22
I-15_m25
I-152
I-153_2BS
I-153_2SHKAS_BS
I-153_Early
I-153_fin
I-153etalon38
I-153etalon39
I-153M62
I-153N_Float
I-153P
I-15bis
I-15bis_Skis
I-16type10
I-16type10WC
I-16type12
I-16type17
I-16type18
I-16type18-BS
I-16type24
I-16type24
I-16type24_SPB
I-16type24orig
I-16type27
I-16type28
I-16type29
I-16type5
I-16type5_Skis
I-16type5_SPB
I-16type6
I-16type6_Skis
I-180
I-185M-71
I-185M-82A
I-250
IAR80
IAR80B
IAR80C
IAR80early
IAR80M
IAR81a
IAR81c
IAR81Cnew
ICR.42_Indrovolante
IL_2_43_Sh
IL_2_43_VJ
IL_2_NS37
Il-10
Il-2_1940_Early
Il-2_1940_Late
Il-2_1941_Early
Il-2_1941_Late
Il-2_1941_Late_DZZMod
Il-2_1941_Late_DZZMod
IL-2 - 1941 Field Mod w/ Playable Gunner
Il-2_3
Il-2_M3
Il-2I
Il-2I_DZZMod
Il-2M_Early
Il-2M_Late
Il-2T
Il-2T_DZZMod
Il-4
Il-4_Late
J1N1_S (Japan Nakajima 2-engine WW2 fighter version – Allied name IRVING)
 J1N1-Sa  (Japan Nakajima 2-engine WW2 Night-fighter version – Allied name IRVING)
J2M3 (Japan Mitsubishi Raiden "Thunderbolt"  - Allied name JACK)
J2M3_mod 
J2M3-21
J2M5
J2M5_kai
J2M5_kai_AI
J2M5_mod
J2M5-33
J4M1 (WW2 “Flashing Lighting” rear-propeller  powered fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M2-A  (WW2 Jet powered fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M4  (WW2 fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M4-S  (WW2 Night-fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M5 (WW2 fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M5-S (WW2 Night-fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J7W1 (Shinden – WW2 Prototype Rear-Propeller  fighter airplane – Japan-1946)
J7W1mod (Shinden field mod – 20mm or 30mm or 40mm armed variants Japan-1946)
J7W1_II (Shinden-Otsu - turbine engine w/ Contra-Rotating Propellers+heavy guns -Japan-46)
J7W2 (Shinden – WW2 Jet fighter version– Japan-1946 )
J7M3 (WW2 carrier-borne version– Japan-1946 )
J8A  (Gloster Gladiator MkII J8A version WW2 fighter)
J8M1 (WW2 Japanese version of Messerschmitt Komet)
Jeep  (Driveable Vehicle-Allied-Car)
JeepGunner  ( Driveable Vehicle – with machine gunner)
Jetman  (Flying Man-with-a-backpack-Rocket !!! --- only for version DBW 4.09 )
Ju-52/3mg3e (German transport – nicknamed Aunt Ju)
Ju-52/3mg4e  (German Military version, tailskid was replaced by a tail wheel)
Ju-52/3mg5e (could be fitted with interchangeable float, ski and wheel landing)
Ju-52 Transport
Ju-87B-1 (Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka – German WW2 dive bomber)
Ju-87B-2
Ju-87B-2m
Ju-87C
Ju-87D-1
Ju-87D-3
Ju-87D-3
Ju-87D-3j
Ju-87D-5
Ju-87D-5j
Ju-87D-7
Ju-87D-8
Ju-87G-1 (“Panzer-knacker” - armed with two 37mm anti-tank cannons )
Ju-87G-1
Ju-87G-2
Ju-87R-1
Ju-87R-2
Ju-87R-2_DZZMod
Ju-88A-4  (Junkers WW2  German 2-engines, multi-role aircraft)
Ju-88A-4/Torp
Ju-88A-4_Torp
 Ju-88A-17
Ju-88C-6 (the “Daywalker” Version – Day/Night Heavy fighter, reconnaissance variant)
Ju-88C-6NJ  (Night-Fighter version with radar antennas)
Ju-88_drone
Ju-88Mistel  (WW2 Luftwaffe composite aircraft)
Ju-88G-6  (NightFighter fitted with FuG220dSN-2 /or/FuG350 NaxosZ antennas+Schrage Musik)
Ju-188A (WW2 German high-performance medium bomber)
Ju-388K (WW2 German high-performance medium bomber)
JunkersF13 (First all-metal transport aircraft – 1920)
Jung-28-I
KB_29P
KB-50
Ki-100-I-K (WW2 Kawasaki Japan fighter Type 5 Fighter – No allied codename)
Ki-100-I-Otsu  (WW2 Japan  fighter - full-vision canopy)
Ki-201 (Nakajima Karyu “Fire dragon” – Japan version of Me-262 jet fighter)
Ki-202 (WW2 Japanese version of Messerschmitt Komet)
Ki-21-I (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Sally)
Ki-21-II
Ki-27-Ko (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Nate)
Ki-27-Otsu
Ki-30 (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Ann)
Ki-43-Ia (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Oscar)
Ki-43-Ia_DZZMod
Ki-43-Ib
Ki-43-Ib_DZZMod
Ki-43-Ic
Ki-43-Ic_DZZMod
Ki-43-II
Ki-43-II
Ki-43-II_DZZMod
Ki-43-III-Ko
Ki-43-II-Kai
Ki-43-II-Kai_DZZMod
Ki-44-II-Hei  (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Tojo)
Ki-44-II-Ko
Ki-44-II-Otsu
Ki-44-II-Otsu_Late
Ki-45 Hei
Ki-45  Tei
Ki-46-Otsu  (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Dinah)
Ki-46-Otsu-Hei
Ki-46-Recce
Ki-51 (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Sonia)
Ki-61-I-Hei  (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Tony)
Ki-61-I-Ko
Ki-61-I-Otsu
Ki-67 TYPE4 Peggy - (WW2 Japan Heavy Bomber HIRYu)
Ki-84-Ia (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Frank)
Ki-84-Ib
Ki-84-Ic
Ki-98 (WW2 Japan Prototype airplane)
Ki-98-II (Japan-1946 - New turboprop version+ more weapons)
Ki-98-III (Japan-1946 - New turboprop version+ more weapons)
Ki-201 Karyu (WW2 Japan - Fire Dragon)
Kittybomber_Mk.III
Kittyhawk
KittyhawkMkIa
KittyhawkMKIII
Kojedubs_La-7
Koolhoven_FK51W (1937 biplane)
Koolhoven_FK51J (1938 biiplane)
Kong-Jiang-1
Kovacs_Bf-109G-6
Kubelwagen (Driveable Vehicle - German-Jeep)
L2D
L-5_Sentinel   (Stinson L-5 Sentinel – Recon airplane)
L-5_Sentinel_Float
 L-5_Amphibian (Lands on water or land version)
L-5A  (Sentinel - Arty Spotter )
L-72   (Stinson L-5 Sentinel with 3 wheels)
La-5  (Lavochkin La-5 Russian WW2 Fighter)
La-5F
La-5F_Early
La-5F_Late
La-5FN
La-5FN_Early
La-7 (Lavochkin La-7 Russian WW2 Fighter)
La-73xB20
LA_7NS23
La-9  (Russian WW2/Korean war fighter - new version -NATO name Fritz )
La_9 
La-9M   (Russian WW2/Korean war fighter - new version -NATO name Fritz )
La-11R (Russian/ Korean war fighter - new version -NATO name Fang)

LaGG-3IT  (Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov WW2 Russian fighter)
LaGG-3RD
LaGG-3series1
LaGG-3series11
LaGG-3series29
LaGG-3series35
LaGG-3series4
LaGG-3series66
LaGG-3series8
Lagg-5  (Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov WW2 Russian fighter)
Lancaster  (British WW2 Night bomber)
LeO-451 (Lioré-et-Olivier – WW2  French medium bomber)
Letov_S231  (1934 biplane fighter)
Li-2  (Lisunov WW2 Russian Transport - version of DC-3 - NATO name CAB)
Li-2M
Loire46  (Loire  1936 airplane)
L-39 C Albatros (Modern Jet fighter)
L-39N (Navy version Jet fighter)
L-159F “Petrel”  (Jet fighter)
L-159G “Petrel”  (Jet fighter)
Lockheed XFV Salmon (experimental 1950 USA fighter)
M33F
M33F-T
Macchi-5 (WW1 seaplane)
Macchi-7 (WW1 seaplane)
Magister
Martlet MkI  -( British Royal Navy version of F4F Wildcat)
Martlet MkII
MB-152 (Bloch MB.152 –WW2  France Fighter)
MBR-2  (Beriev MBR-2 – Russian reconnaissance flying boat)
MBR-2-AM-34
MC-200series1 (Saetta / Lightning – Italian WW2 fighter)
MC-200series1-Early  - Enclosed canopy
MC-200series3
MC-200series7
MC-200series7FB
MC-201  - MC-201 Prototype - Powered by new 1000 Hp Fiat A.76 Radial
MC-201
MC-200series1-Early
MC-202 (Folgore/Thunderbolt - Italian WW2 fighter)
MC-202_III
MC-202_VII
MC-202_XII
MC-202_XII_CB  ( Macchi C.202AS/CB Serie XII – WW2 Italian fighter-bomber)
MC-205_I (Veltro/Greyhound)
MC-205_III
MC-205_IIIS
MC-205_IIIV
Me-163B-1a  - (Komet – WW2 German Rocket fighter)
Me-210Ca-1
Me-210Ca-1ZSTR
Me-262A-1a (Schwalbe/Swallow- WW2 German Jet Fighter-bomber)
Me-262A-1aU4
Me-262A-2a
Me-262B-1a (2-Seater-Nightfighter/Radar - WW2 German Jet Fighter-bomber )
Me-262HG-II  (WW2 advanced German jet fighter- LUFT-1946)
Me-262V-3 (early German jet fighter prototype)
Me-262v4 - Tail sitter machinegun armed
Me-262C1-3  (“Heimatschützers”  - Rocket-propelled jet fighter)
Me-262 SB-1a  ("Schnellbomber Ia" - Luft-1946 German WW2 Jet bomber)
Me-262 C-3a - Rocket-propelled jet
Me-321 (Gigant – German WW2 cargo glider)
Me-323 (Gigant – German WW2 cargo carrier with propellers)
ME-410-A  (Hornisse -"Hornet"  German heavy fighter)
ME-410-B
ME-410-D
ME-410-DNJ (Hornisse -"Hornet"  German heavy night- fighter)
MKIB_Bomber (WW1-1916_Nomber-Mod)
Mi-8T 'Hip' (Russian Helicopter)
Mi-24V HIND-E (Russian attack Helicopter)

MiG-3  (Mikoyan-Gurevich Russian WW2 fighter)
MiG-3-2xShVAK
MiG-3-2xUB
MiG-3-AM-38
MiG-3U
MiG-3ud
MiG-3udfm
MiG-9FS   (Mikoyan-Gurevich - First Russian turbojet fighter  - NATO name FARGO)
MiG-9protoF-2
MiG_9_I_300   
 MiG-15 (Russian swept-wing jet fighter – NATO name FAGOT)
MiG-15(bis)
MiG-15(bis)late
MiG-15UTI  (Russian swept-wing jet Trainer – NATO name MIDGET)
MiG-17 (Russian high-subsonic fighter- NATO name  FRESCO)
MiG-17A
MiG-17AS
MiG-17F
MiG-17PF
MiG-19S (Russian  second-generation jet fighter – NATO name FARMER)
MiG-21 PF  (Russian supersonic jet fighter – NATO name FISHBED)
MiG-21 PFM (Fishbed)
MiG-21 FL  (Fishbed)
Mirage III (Dassault Mirage)
Mirage-F1C
IAI Nesher (Israeli version of Dassault Mirage)
IAI Kfir C2 (Israeli version of Dassault Mirage)
MohawkIII_BoB
Molnar_Bf-109G-6
MosquitoBMkIV
MosquitoBMkXVI
MosquitoFBMkVI
MosquitoFBMkVICC
MosquitoFBMkXVIII
MosquitoNFMkII
MosquitoTRMk33
MosquitoNFMkXII  (WW2 RAF Night-fighter variants)
MosquitoNFMkXVII (WW2 RAF Night-fighter variants)
MosquitoNFMkXIX  (WW2 RAF Night-fighter variants)
MS406 (Morane-Saulnier – WW2 French fighter)
MS410
MS-500
MS-502
MS-505
MS-Morko
MsMorko410
MustangIII
MustangIV
MustangMkI
MXY-7-11  (Japanese Yokosuka Ohka “Cherry Blossom" - rocket kamikaze attack plane)
N1K  (Japanese Kawanishi  Kyofo "strong wind"-  Allied name REX)
N1K1 (Rex)
N1K1-J
N1K1-Ja
N1K2-Ja_mod (Japanese Kawanishi  Shiden "Violet Lightning" – Allied name George)
N1K2-Ja_New
N1K3-A  (Japan - Carrier-based version of N1K3-J)
N1K3-J  (Japan WW2 fighter prototype)
N1K4-J  (Japan WW2 fighter prototype)
NC900 (France post-WW2 built FW-190s)
Ni52  -  Hispano-Nieuport 52, 1928
Nieupor-4  (Airco DH.2-1916-Mod)
Nieuport 11 – (WW1 allied fighter)
Nieupor-17 (Nieuport17-1916-Mod)
NieuportN17  (WW1 allied fighter)
NieuportN17B
Nieuport 28 – (WW1 allied fighter)
NieuportN23
NieuportN4
NieuportN4A
Nieu-Scout_2_MkIB (Nieuport11-1916-Mod)
Nieu-Scout_2_MkIC (Nieuport16-1916-Mod)
Nieu-Scout_2_MkID (Nieuport17Late-1916-Mod)
Nieu-Scout_2_MkIE (NieuportScout2-1916-Mod)
Nowotnys_Me-262A-1a
OeffagDIII153 (WW1 Austrian Fighter)
OeffagDIII253 (WW1 Austrian Fighter)
OKA-38 (Kamikaze-Rocket-aircraft)
Osprey
OspreyL - Osprey Landplane – 1936 biplane
OspreyS - Osprey Seaplane   
OspreyC - Osprey Carrier     
Hart - Osprey Hart (Kestrel)- with skis   
HartMercury - Osprey HArt with Mercury engine
Hind - Osprey Hind
OV-1
OV-10 (Bronco)
P_11c (Polish WW2 fighter)
P_11f
P_24b
P_24e
P_24f
P_24g
P_36AT
P_36X
P_39D6
P_51BC_Fillet
P-26 (Boeing - First USA  all-metal fighter aircraft - Peashooter)
P-26sea
P2V-5
P2V5_Neptune  (Lockheed Maritime Patrol and Anti-Submarine – 1945-1984)
P-35  (Seversky P-35 fighter aircraft – 1935)
P-36A-3 (Hawk)
P-36A-4
P-38DroopSnoot
P-38E (Lightning)
P-38F-1-LO
P-38G-10-LO
P-38G-15-LO
P-38G-5-LO
P-38H-5-LO
P-38J
P-38J-10-LO
P-38J-15-LO
P-38J-25-LO
P-38L
P-38L_Late
P-38L-5-LO
P-38M
P-38N
P-38X   (Artillery spotter mod version)
P-39D1 (Airacobra)
P-39D2
P-39N1
P-39N1M
P-39Q-1
P-39Q-10
P-39Q-30
P-400
P-40A (Warhawk/Tomahawk/Kittyhawk)
P-40B
P-40Breco
P-40C
P-40E
P-40E-1
P-40E-1
P-40E-M-105
P-40F
P-40F
P-40K
P-40K-5
P-40L
P-40L-10
P-40M
P-40M-1
P-40M-10
P-40N
P-40N-1
P-40N-5
P-47B1 (WW2 USA fighter - Thunderbolt- “JUG”)
P-47B15
P-47C-5
P-47D
P-47D-10
P-47D-22
P-47D-27
P-47D-27_Late
P-47D-27-napalm
P-47D-30
P-47D-40
P-47N-15

P-50A
P-51A (Mustang)
P-51B-10MHood
P-51B-10NA
P-51B-5NA
P-51B-NA
P-51C-NT
P-51D
P-51D2
P-51D-20NA
P-51D-20NA
P-51D-20NT
P-51D-25NA
P-51D-30NA
P-51D-5Early
P-51D-5NT
P-61  (WW2 USA  Night-fighter – “Black Widow”)
P-61A (Nighfighter, short nose, no turret, no pylons, same upgraded engine as B, 2 crew)
P-61B (Nightfighter, turret, pylons,  upgraded engine (R-2800-65  2250hp) 3 crew)
P-63A (WW2 USA fighter – “Kingcobra”)
P-63C
P-63C-napalm
P-80A ( USA “Shooting Star” – WW2/Korean war early Jet Fighter)
P-80C
P-80E
P-82  (Twin-Mustang)
PA48_Enforcer
PBJ_C1 (Mitchell)
PBJ_D1
PBJ_G1
PBJ_G1
PBJ_J1
PBN-1
PBJ-C1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-D1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-G1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-H1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-H1C - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-J1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBY (Catalina)
PBY-5
Pe-2series1 (Pescka)
Pe-2series110
Pe-2series206
Pe-2series32
Pe-2series359
Pe-2series84
Pe-3bis
Pe-3bis_serial
Pe-3M
Pe-3series1
Pe-8
Pioneer1(g)
Pioneer1(ru) (DH-4-1917-Mod)
Pioneer1a
Pioneer2(g)
Pioneer2(ru)
Pioneer2a(g)
Pioneer2a(ru)
Pioneer2a(ru)
Pioneer3(g)
Pioneer3(ru)
Pokryshkins_MiG-3
Pokryshkins_P-39N1
Polikarpov_RZ (1935 Biplane)
Polikarpov_RZ - Polikarpov R-Z Natacha
Polikarpov R-5
Potez25L - Potez25 (Lorraine), 1925
Potez25TOE - Potez 25 T.O.E., 1928
Potez25J - Potez25 (Jupiter), 1927
Potez25S - Potez25 (Salmson), 1926
PT-Boat (Attack-fast-boats)
PWS-26 - Polish trainer Biplane
PWS-10 - Polish fighter
PZL11TS
PZL23B - bomber
PZL24TS
PZL P24 - version "R" 
P_24a - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1936
P_24b - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1936
P_24e - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1937     
P_24f - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1937         
P_24g - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1937
PZL37 (Moose)
PZL37B
PZL37Bjap
PZL42
PZL43TS
PZL7TS
R-10
R-10A
R-5
R-5_skis
RB-29 (High-Altitude recon/Spy version of  B-29)
RE-2000
Re.2001CN  (Reggiane Re.2001CN Ariete I – night fighter)
Re.2001 CB  (WW2 Italian Fighter)
Re.2001 GV  (WW2 Italian Fighter)
RE-2002
Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version  1)
 Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version  2) 
Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version  3) 
Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version 41) 
Rechkalovs_P-39Q15
RF-80A
Rolland (LFG Roland DII-1917-Mod)
Roland D.II (WW1 fighter – new version)
Ro37bis - Romeo Ro37bis Biplane
RWD_8
RWD-10
R-XIII - Landplane
R-XIII - Seaplane version
R-XIIID
R-XIIITer
R-XIIITerh
Roland D.II (WW1 German Fighter)

S-199
S-328
S-328N
SABRE
SabreMk31
SabreMk32
SaettaS
Safonovs_I-16_24
 Sanka MkB  - (Fictional futuristic fighter)
Sarvanto_DXXI
Savoia_S-21
SB_2M-100A
SB_2M-103
SB_2M100AS - SB-2 "Talvisota" Skis
SB_2M103S - SB-2 "Talvisota" Skis
SB_Bomber_Germany (Gotha.G.IV-1916-Mod)
SB_Bomber_RFC (RFC.HP 0/400-1916-Mod)
SB_Bomber_RFC_Sea
SB_Bomber_Russia
SB-2M100A_NW
SB-2M103_NW
SB-2M105_NW
SB-2series201
SBD-3
SBD-3s
SBD-5
Scout
scout_tf1 (Trench Sweeper Scout-1916-Mod)
Scout_Experimental_Dagger (RAF Se5a-Mod)
Scout_F1_Pug (Siemen-Schuekert.DII-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1_Float (Sop 1 1/2 float-1916)
Scout_Surplus_Float (Nieuport 12 float-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1B_Float (Sop 1 1/2b float-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1A(Surplus) (Mk1B Recon Trainer-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1B_Surplus (Mk1B Recon Trainer-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1C_Surplus (Sop 1 1/2 Trainer-1916-mod)
Scout_Mk1B (Sop 1 1/2 Stutter-1916)
Scout_Mk1(gb) (Sop 1 1/2 Stutter-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1(fr) (Nieuport12 fr)
Scout_Mk1(it) (Nieuport12 it)
Scout_Mk1(ru) (Nieuport12 ru)
Scout_S2
Scout_S3
Scout_S4
Scout_S4-GER
Scout_S4-RFC
Scout_ST
Scout_U2_Mk1A(Ger)
Scout_U2_Mk1A(RFC)
SE.5  (WW1 British fighter – 2 and 4 propeller version)
SE.5/5ª  (WW1 British fighter – 2 and 4 propeller version)
SE5A  (Frankenplane versions)
SE5A1 (Frankenplane versions)
SEAFIRE_F.46
SeafireMkXV   (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMkXVII  (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMk45  (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMk46  (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMk47 (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMkIII
SeafireMkI
SeafireMkII
SeafireMkII45
SeafireMkII4xH
SeafireMkII50
SeafireMkIII
SeafireMkIIL4xH
SeafireMkXV
SeaFury_MkX
SeaFuryMkI
SeaGladiatorMkII
SeaHurricaneMkIb
SeaHurricaneMkIb
SeaHurricaneMkIc
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I would suggest that they finish Normandy and then make Italy their next Battle. I think this would round out the Western Front so that we would have three Eastern and then another three Western Front battles. 

 

They should then have a late war battle to round out the series, possibly a late Eastern Front scenario (Bagration) or maybe a Berlin scenario. 

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Based on this thread and the non-reaction to my suggestion about a Courland Pocket DLC, the late-war Eastern Front isn't in high demand.

 

Regardless of whether the devs are Russian, there absolutely needs to be the Yak-3 and La-7 in the game. It'd be totally imbalanced to have all the high-performance late war Allied and German planes, but no Russian. Besides that, the late war Russian planes are excellent and deserve to be showcased.

 

I also think the Ta-152 needs to be in the game. It's everything the 190D is, but better. Both the extended wing and shorter wing version of the 152 should be available. The Germans also could get the Do-335, which I'd love. 

 

An He-219 would be nice, but without night operations or Lancasters to shoot at, it seems a little pointless.

 

In terms of going back in time, I support a France '40 DLC. It could include an early Spitfire, which I'd like to try versus the cannon-armed ones.

 

I also fully support a Spanish Civil War DLC, even if I doubt it'd ever be made. The earliest 109s handle quite differently than what we've come to expect, I imagine.

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11 hours ago, oc2209 said:

also think the Ta-152 needs to be in the game. It's everything the 190D is, but better. Both the extended wing and shorter wing version of the 152 should be available. The Germans also could get the Do-335, which I'd love. 

 

The 190D was faster down low and had a higher roll-rate to start with. In the missions the 152 was used in (very few sorties), the D-9 was the better airplane.

The fast Doras (TM) and a 152C would rock, but the war ended when they'd see thir production ramp up.

 

Interestingly, there was a "Bodenmotor"-variant of the Jumo213A, which supposedly could have produced around 2400HP on the deck at the cost of a lower rated altitude - I wonder why this one never got into production. Maybe @JtD does know. Probably a standardisation over optimisation thing (higher production volume trumps production tailored for performace).

 

Then again, why add late-war german wonderplanes that saw extremely limited service, when there's still a lot of aircraft to cover that actually were a thing?

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12 hours ago, oc2209 said:

Based on this thread and the non-reaction to my suggestion about a Courland Pocket DLC, the late-war Eastern Front isn't in high demand.

 

It is too early. Decision will have to be made when BoN is close to release. That will be end of 2021/2022. If they are smart they choose Poland 44/45 as a module, but who knows where they stand until then?

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First of all i would love a Far-East scenario (Pacific or Burma etc)

 

But if that is still not possible then i would want something in the med. (Which could give us some new and unique aircraft to what we already have)

Personally i think something focused on the Invasion of Sicily (Operation Husky) could be really fun.

And maybe even having two versions of the map similarly to what i planned for Normandy

(One that had Sicily,Malta a bit of the Italian West coast and then extends all the way to Tunisia for the initial invasion and then another for later scenarios that does not include Tunisia but instead extends further into Italy as Allied aircraft were starting to base out of Sicily)

 

And the planeset could be something like this.

 

ALLIES.

P-40F or L

A-36 Apache

P-38F,G or H

Spitfire MK.VIII (Or Alternatively a early Mk.IX with either the Merlin 63 or 66 engines but the early Tail and armament)

Bristol Beaufighter Mk VI or Mk X

(Hard to Pick which would be the Collectors aircraft as they were all important to the Battle)

 

AXIS.

Macchi C.205

Reggiane Re.2002

Reggiane Re.2001 (Or Re.2005 though its unlikely they could get info for it and very few were present)

Fiat G.50Bis (G.50s flew more attack missions during the invasion of Sicily then any other Italian aircraft)

Collectors:SM.79 Sparviero (While they were present during the period they primarily flew Night missions as they were so vulnerable to attack during the day)

 

This would be something different instead of the same 109s and 190 for the axis,

and would also add some often overlooked allied aircraft

 

(Merlin Powered P-40s and the Allison powered A-36 which is a commonly overlooked variant of the Mustang,

the Spitfire Mk.VIII which often gets overlooked in favor of the Mk.IX and the Beaufighter that also does not get enough love)

 

This would be the perfect time to add in Torpedos.

And a map like this would also be perfect for earlier scenarios like the Siege of Malta and Operation Pedestal etc

(and we have most of the aircraft needed for the later parts of the Siege already in the game)

 

Though it might be hard to get the info for some of the Italian aircraft.

(I just want something different from the same German aircraft we have already seen and flown in BoX for 6 years)

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Italy seems to be a reasonable choice for both reusing European assets and having more options for the already depleted Axis figthers along adding more options like torpedos.

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8 hours ago, mattebubben said:

First of all i would love a Far-East scenario (Pacific or Burma etc)

 

But if that is still not possible then i would want something in the med. (Which could give us some new and unique aircraft to what we already have)

Personally i think something focused on the Invasion of Sicily (Operation Husky) could be really fun.

And maybe even having two versions of the map similarly to what i planned for Normandy

(One that had Sicily,Malta a bit of the Italian West coast and then extends all the way to Tunisia for the initial invasion and then another for later scenarios that does not include Tunisia but instead extends further into Italy as Allied aircraft were starting to base out of Sicily)

 

And the planeset could be something like this.

 

ALLIES.

P-40F or L

A-36 Apache

P-38F,G or H

Spitfire MK.VIII (Or Alternatively a early Mk.IX with either the Merlin 63 or 66 engines but the early Tail and armament)

Bristol Beaufighter Mk VI or Mk X

(Hard to Pick which would be the Collectors aircraft as they were all important to the Battle)

 

AXIS.

Macchi C.205

Reggiane Re.2002

Reggiane Re.2001 (Or Re.2005 though its unlikely they could get info for it and very few were present)

Fiat G.50Bis (G.50s flew more attack missions during the invasion of Sicily then any other Italian aircraft)

Collectors:SM.79 Sparviero (While they were present during the period they primarily flew Night missions as they were so vulnerable to attack during the day)

 

This would be something different instead of the same 109s and 190 for the axis,

and would also add some often overlooked allied aircraft

 

(Merlin Powered P-40s and the Allison powered A-36 which is a commonly overlooked variant of the Mustang,

the Spitfire Mk.VIII which often gets overlooked in favor of the Mk.IX and the Beaufighter that also does not get enough love)

 

This would be the perfect time to add in Torpedos.

And a map like this would also be perfect for earlier scenarios like the Siege of Malta and Operation Pedestal etc

(and we have most of the aircraft needed for the later parts of the Siege already in the game)

 

Though it might be hard to get the info for some of the Italian aircraft.

(I just want something different from the same German aircraft we have already seen and flown in BoX for 6 years)

Could be cool

I think that maybe was the MC200 more operative than G50 im 1943..both outclassed of course by allied planes.

 

About italian plane info... people from Italian comunity can provide easily all the informations Devs need.

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A Sicily 1943 scenario would be really nice.  You could probably squeeze some of Tunisia and Italy onto the map, and you’d definitely have Malta.  This would give the chance to add in torpedos and a lot more detailed ship modeling to prep for the pacific.

 

Allies:  Spit Vc trop, P-38G, P-40F/L, Beaufighter X - flyable B-25 as the collector

Axis:  MC205, G50, SM79, Do-217 - link the existing G6 as the collector and add a trop filter mod (maybe add that onto the F4, G2, G4 as well)

 

This would save some time on the G6 that could be devoted to the other planes and new mechanics, while still putting a 109 in there for a first time buyer.  People who already own the G6 could skip the premium version unless they really want a B-25.

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On 7/3/2020 at 10:04 PM, ITAF_Rani said:

Could be cool

I think that maybe was the MC200 more operative than G50 im 1943..both outclassed of course by allied planes.

 

About italian plane info... people from Italian comunity can provide easily all the informations Devs need.

No idea why i only got the reply notification today...

But better late then never...

 

The G.50 at this point was the G.50Bis and it was used by ground attack units as a Fighter bomber and not in a fighter role.

I dont think there were many C.200s at sicily during operation Husky but i know there were several units flying the G.50

And it made up the majority of the Italian ground attack aircraft that attempted to strike the Allied landings at the start of the operation.

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I'd like to see a mediterranean/desert map in IL2 ( actual engine...)

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17 minutes ago, 4SCT_Vespa said:

I'd like to see a mediterranean/desert map in IL2 ( actual engine...)

 

Yes, this would be very, very nice. But as long as CLOD X is successful and TeamFusion  keeps building new content/updates, this actually won't likely happen.

Maybe I wrong, but I remember reading something like that in the past on this forum from official sides.

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34 minutes ago, 4SCT_Vespa said:

I'd like to see a mediterranean/desert map in IL2 ( actual engine...)

 

 

Very true!...The Mediterranean ( Italian front), Desert front ( North Africa). Though I doubt about the North Africa front since it has already been inserted with the Cliffs of Dover. I would have really love to see in IL2 GB. AFTER the Normandy...

 

More number of planes addition opportunity, and I think the materials are more easier to get than with the Japanese theater which they are having difficulty in even at present. Also even if Japanese theater is considered, I doubt there would be much content like we have with the current battles.

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20 minutes ago, THERION said:

 

Yes, this would be very, very nice. But as long as CLOD X is successful and TeamFusion  keeps building new content/updates, this actually won't likely happen.

Me too, I think so...and it's a very pity due to the poor outdated engine used to develop such important area/theatre.

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“Is that you Boyington?”

“Yeah it’s me rice ball.”

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58 minutes ago, Gambit21 said:

“Is that you Boyington?”

“Yeah it’s me rice ball.”

 

For all you young guns out there - You have to watch "Baa Baa Black Sheep".

Hulu: 1976 ‧ War ‧ 2 seasons.

 

If this is a hint, I hope we get the "Land" field mod that reduced the empty weight of the aircraft significantly by removing the hydraulic wing folding mechanism.

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10 hours ago, THERION said:

 

Yes, this would be very, very nice. But as long as CLOD X is successful and TeamFusion  keeps building new content/updates, this actually won't likely happen.

Maybe I wrong, but I remember reading something like that in the past on this forum from official sides.

I seem to remember something along those lines. Jason has stated they will not do a Battle of Britain or North African expansion as Team Fusion are there.  He did not rule out Italy on those grounds but rather that he and the team knew very little about this theatre. Of course, if we invade Italy we can have all mentioned above AND carriers😎 🇮🇹 

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Personally, I’d prefer a Late war Eastern Front or BoBe over Italy after BoN. IMO, Italy seems like a DLC for BoN, and would probably be like a Collector Map as for a 1943-45 Italian Front, what planes would there be that aren’t in BoN and were used in considerable numbers?

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20 hours ago, Enceladus said:

Personally, I’d prefer a Late war Eastern Front or BoBe over Italy after BoN. IMO, Italy seems like a DLC for BoN, and would probably be like a Collector Map as for a 1943-45 Italian Front, what planes would there be that aren’t in BoN and were used in considerable numbers?

 

Well They could do the The invasion of Sicily / The initial 1943 invasion of Italy

 

In which case almost none of the BoN aircraft are suitable for that scenario...

Since either they entered service to late (With most being either very late 1943 or early-mid 1944 aircaft)

or were not used over italy at that time.

 

So they could add a WHOLE BUNCH of interesting and unique aircraft

(and many of whom we could probably only get with a Battle of Sicly etc)

 

For example we could finaly have Axis fighters that are not just different flavors of 109s and 190s.

Like the

Macchi C.205

Reggiane Re.2002

Reggiane Re.2001 (Or Re.2005 though its unlikely they could get info for it and very few were present)

Fiat G.50Bis (G.50s flew more attack missions during the invasion of Sicily then any other Italian aircraft)

or an Italian bomber like SM.79 Sparviero

(a Battle of Sicily Expansion might be a great time for them to add Aerial Torpedos for example)

 

 

And for the Allies we have aircraft like

 

A-36 Apache

P-40F or L

P-38F,G or H

Spitfire MK.VIII

Bristol Beaufighter Mk VI or Mk X

 

 

All of which are aircraft that saw significant use in the 1943 Sicily / Italy Operations.

 

 

While almost none of the BoN aircraft did.

The Fw-190A-6 might just barely fit the timeline but other then that...

 

So in my view another Eastern front Scenario would be far more copy paste then a 1943 Italy scenario...

(Since were are Running out of German Fighters and the Soviets would mostly get slightly different variants of what they already have)

 

 

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I think is the answer, no, for a time in order to fix some stuff wich are important, like spotting, DM and FM etc.

 

But after that period of time i mentioned it, best thing is end eastern front

 

Battle of Berlin

 

 Yak-3, Yak-9U, La-7 (Collector plane) Tu-2, IL-10 (Russian Side)

 

Bf-109G-10, Fw-190A9, Do-217J,  Do-217K, Ta-152C (This is because i don't have any idea of what Germany doesn't have in the current planeset)

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It's not my intention to push the dev or even do any sort of poll. Just interested in what you folks want to see, but more importantly why.

Pacific comes to mind, and while it's already been said that it's not an easy task to do, at least realistically, I'm curious about the appeal. The old IL-2 had it and... it was by far my most beloved theater plane-wise and most hated gameplay-wise. All these looooooong booooorin missions looking for enemy carriers to come up with bingo and return to the boat. Not to mention super-agile Zero's demanding some expert knowledge to fly against. In SP it was terrible, since you could forget team tactics with AI wingmen.

 

The Med I think is pretty much out, considering Team Fusion's release - why compete against yourself?

 

Which leaves us with... IDK Korea? I personally would love that - old school BFM without the engine management hussle. Hell, you could put carrier-ops here easy.

 

But then again... Maybe some other Cold War theater?

 

Honest question - we got Eastern Front and Western Front covered, sans BOB, except Pacific and Med, what esle would be fun? Post WWII Isreael, some obscure 1960s conflict?

 

What would you like that seems viable in terms of data and development effort?

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Sicily or the south of italy seems the most logical to me for the future.

And I would be very happy.

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11 minutes ago, Mmaruda said:

It's not my intention to push the dev or even do any sort of poll. Just interested in what you folks want to see, but more importantly why.

Pacific comes to mind, and while it's already been said that it's not an easy task to do, at least realistically, I'm curious about the appeal. The old IL-2 had it and... it was by far my most beloved theater plane-wise and most hated gameplay-wise. All these looooooong booooorin missions looking for enemy carriers to come up with bingo and return to the boat. Not to mention super-agile Zero's demanding some expert knowledge to fly against. In SP it was terrible, since you could forget team tactics with AI wingmen.

 

The Med I think is pretty much out, considering Team Fusion's release - why compete against yourself?

 

Which leaves us with... IDK Korea? I personally would love that - old school BFM without the engine management hussle. Hell, you could put carrier-ops here easy.

 

But then again... Maybe some other Cold War theater?

 

Honest question - we got Eastern Front and Western Front covered, sans BOB, except Pacific and Med, what esle would be fun? Post WWII Isreael, some obscure 1960s conflict?

 

What would you like that seems viable in terms of data and development effort?

I feel similarly regarding the Pacific theatre. IIRC in old Il-2 alot of those maps were shrunk from real life, which so far Il-2 Great Battles does not do. So thats a lot of long flights. Multiplayer gets difficult too...if you are launching from carriers then you have to either have a large number of carriers to handle new spawns and landings or some kind of air start system. 

Late war eastern front is a possibility and the most likely one I think. After two modules of western front development they may decide to go back that way and finish things up in a sense - get the late war Russian types like Yak-3, La-7 etc.

I would love to see italy just for the theatre. I think most of the plane types in use there are already in other modules but it could still be doable. 

 

Early western front like Battle of France would be interesting, if a little short in terms of career mode. Early hurricanes and 109s, french types, early stukas and dornier bombers. 

 

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31 minutes ago, Mmaruda said:

we got Eastern Front and Western Front covered

Well late eastern front with high end soviet planes is still missing. 
 

And I personally would love to see early western front like the battle of France. 
 

Both mainly fought in comparable small tactical engagements that fit the box game engine well. 

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Pacific. Either some kind of Burma or carrier-ops.

Spanish civil war

Invasion of France

Italy

 

For WW1

Bloody April

Verdun

Eastern front

Italian front

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2 minutes ago, RedKestrel said:

a little short in terms of career mode.

Not if you‘d include the phoney war ^^
 

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My own suspicions would be a '45 East scenario (maybe a German bomber, maybe a He-162 or Do-335, Ju-87D5,  La-7, Yak-3, maybe a Russian bomber etc.)

Or

Battle of Britain (Spit MkI & MkII, Hurrican Mk.II, Bf-110C, Bf-109E3, Ju-87B, Do-17 AI, Ju-88A1, He-111H2, maybe a British bomber e.g. Wellington?)

 

They'd also talked about Korea... if they did that it would make sense to do a Cold War West Germany scenario set in 1950-1955... prior to 1955 avionics are still simple, the planesets would overlap, and they could expand to types that were only available in Europe. So that could be two scenarios (~4-5 years of work)

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For me the Finnish front or early France, not much interested in late war, Pacific or jets to be honest, Italy might be good.:drinks:

 

If F.C. develops any further then again having a channel scenario as in R.O.F would be great.

 

For T.C. if it develops hard to say as I have not played much with it but I guess covering Europe to accompany the current and pending theaters.

 

Take care and be safe.

 

Wishing you all the very best, Pete.:biggrin:

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After what the Nazis did to Russia, it only would be fair that Berlin finally gets on a map ...

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Battle of France/Low countries would be great, as well as Tunisia 42-43. But, I suspect that middle-late war USSR is the answer. Kursk/Orel/Kharkov, Crimea (could have both 1943-44 and 1941-2 with the planes already in the air now I think); Poland '44; Battle of Berlin.

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Late-war Eastern Front makes most sense to me. October 1944 through to May 1945, East Prussia with the main drive towards Berlin being the most likely setting (smaller chance for Courland Peninsula, Budapest, Vienna or Prague areas).

 

It would present, if one owns the other expansions and CPs, the most complete plane set. New planes would most probably be Yak-3 and P-39Q, probably Yak-9U or La-7 as Collector Planes, and I suspect Il-2M3 late or Il-10 as ground attack, and Tu-2S as the bomber for the Soviets. Bf-109G10 and FW-190A9 (with F9 mod) as a given, He-162, Ju-88C6, Ju-87D possibly.

 

Lots of Luftwaffe units active around the Berlin area from January-February 1945 up to the end, most of the best Red Airforce units.

 

It would also round up the Eastern Front nicely, leaving only Autumn 1943 - Autumn 1944 as a gap in a complete career on the Eastern Front - which could be partially recreated with a dynamic campaign over the existing maps.

 

I would say Souther Italy or Sicilly between Summer 1943 - January 1944, or Norther Italy between Spring 1944 - Spring 1945, are good but less likely choices due to the potential overlap with CLoD. Although one could make the argument that the teams have agreed to reuse assets, in which case there's a higher chance. I would love to see the later Regia Aeronautica birds.

 

Less likely, although interesting options, would be Leningrad Area during the Continuation War 1941 - 1944, Phoney War and Fall of France in 1940.

 

Awesome but completely unlikely would be an expansion set over the Balkans. Lots of options early ear (Italian - Greek War, German invasion of Yugoslavia and Greece in 1940 - 1941), mid to late war (Operation Tidal Wave and Point Blank, the USAAF and RAF strategic bombing of Bulgaria and Romania in 1943 - 1944) or late war (Soviet drive though the Balkans post September 1944). Lots of great plane sets and maps for either but they are practically unsellable, even for flight simmers who are generally history buffs.

 

I suppose Pacific would come later, after another expansion post BoN, once they've built new features into the engine and optimized the AI.

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Spain, Battle of Britain, Finland, Italy, Norway, Reich Defence '44, Berlin '45,...I'll be happy with anything.

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I like the slower pace of early war planes, so I loved Finland with Fokkers XXII or Slovakia with Avias 534 in the old IL-2...

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What I'd wish for: Italy 1943.

 

What I actually think will be coming next: Eastern Front 1944/45.

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What would be a planeset for a Crimea 43/44 with a Crimea/Sevastopol  41/42? It would be great and touch on two time periods on the same map.

 

Yak-3

I-153

IL-4

P-39N

Yak-1

 

IAR 80/81

Fiat G.50

Fieseler Fi 156

Heinkel He 177(?)

Macchi C.200

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