1. #1
    Couldn't help but notice some planes that have not been released yet and are probably still in development. I'm just wondering what is the progress on these aircraft.

    Avia B-534
    B6N2
    Mosquito Mk. IV
    J2M3
    Fokker DXXI
    Dornier Do-335
    CW-21
    Nakajima J1N Gekko
    Nakajima B6N Tenzan
    Mitsubishi A5M Claude
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  2. #2
    ...waiting on thier one year anniversary release of Pacific Fighters...in four months!
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    Nobody here knows their status.

    They will come eventually. When, I don't know, but we'll see them someday.
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    You can also add those to the list.....

    Nate
    Mosquito VI
    Ki-21 Sally
    Sm 79
    G. 55
    Mc. 200
    Mc. 202
    Mc. 205
    Re. 2000
    Re. 2001
    Ju 88A-4 "Early"
    Ju 88A-4 "Late"
    Ju 88A-13
    Ju 88A-14
    Ju 88A-17
    Ju 88C-6a
    Ju 88C-6a "Field Mod"
    N1K2j George
    Letov S.328
    Pe-2 (Russian add-on)
    VVS '46 planes (Russian add-on)
    .....

    Jagd

    Originally posted by RAF92_Moser:
    Couldn't help but notice some planes that have not been released yet and are probably still in development. I'm just wondering what is the progress on these aircraft.

    Avia B-534
    B6N2
    Mosquito Mk. IV
    J2M3
    Fokker DXXI
    Dornier Do-335
    CW-21
    Nakajima J1N Gekko
    Nakajima B6N Tenzan
    Mitsubishi A5M Claude
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    I want to see how's the progress on the Ju-88 is going. Maddox said his team has finally started work on it themselves, and I wonder if he has got a cockpit started.
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    Originally posted by VBF-83_Hawk:
    ...waiting on thier one year anniversary release of Pacific Fighters...in four months!
    ROTFL
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  7. #7
    Well, it seems I viewed the German version of this site and it seems they have development updates of the JU-88. What it is up with that?
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    Originally posted by RAF92_Moser:
    Well, it seems I viewed the German version of this site and it seems they have development updates of the JU-88. What it is up with that?
    The facts are that we are getting at the very least one flyable Ju 88 variant out of the 7 variants that were made by Jippo/Dietger/Hammerd/falkster - Apparently, the Ju 88A-4 "late". Latest rumors has it that we may get another 1 or 2 more variants, my guess being the easiest variants to model from the Ju 88A-4 "late" we apparently getting; hence the Ju 88A-4 "early" which mostly differs with an extra MG15 in the front windshield and dive brakes, and Ju 88A-14, which had nose flex mount 20mm MG/FF. You can also bet on a either a torpedo loadout for A-4 "late" or perhaps more correct A-4 "torp".

    The fact that Maddox has decided on the A-4 "late" and it is to be logically assumed that if more variants are made available, Maddox/1C will concentrate on the variants that require the least amount of effort/work to model from the A-4 "late", hence the A-4 "early", A-14 and perhaps A-4 "torp"

    The rest.....Ju 88A-13, A-17 (dedicated torpedo variant), C-6a & C-6a "Field Mod" are all unfortunately unlikely at this point in time. I just wish they would have made a flyable C-6a available though.....

    Worst case scenario, I wished they would make the variants that they cannot be made flyable at least into AI.

    As far as when, perhaps 4.02 patch or perhaps the rumored "pay add-on"....August has been seen on some forums as a possible release date for flyable Ju 88 through a patch, although with the usual "2 weeks" delay, I expect to see it late september or october......

    Jagd
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  9. #9
    Man I would pay another $50 to have all the above listed aircraft. Espacially flyable.
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  10. #10
    Originally posted by ForkTailedDevil:
    Man I would pay another $50 to have all the above listed aircraft. Espacially flyable.
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