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The DCS: Normandy 1944 Map is centered on the World War II battlefield of Normandy, France and is specifically created to depict the period after the D-Day landings and 5d3b920ae0



Title: DCS: Normandy 1944 Map
Genre: Simulation
Developer:
Eagle Dynamics SA, UGRA-Media
Publisher:
Eagle Dynamics SA
Release Date: 23 Nov, 2017


Minimum system requirements:
OS 64-bit Windows 7/8/10; DirectX11; CPU: Core i3 at 2.8GHz; RAM: 8 GB; Free hard disk space: 30 GB; Video: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 / ATI R9 280X Direc


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TL;DR : A WW2-themed region of Normandy, France, usable for late-June to late-July 1944. Some pockets of detail, but much of the map remains inaccurate, unfinished or of low quality. Performance is poor. Full Review The Normandy DLC is a map for DCS World. It is only the map, and does not contain any World War 2 tanks, ships, aircraft, guns, infantry or any other "assets" (these are sold separately). At time of writing (May 2019), it is the only WW2 map for DCS. However, Eagle Dynamics have stated that there are two more WW2 maps in development. The Region This is Normandy. Although there are some other areas (Brittany and Hauts-de-France), these are just coastal outlines, to avoid an abrupt map edge, when flying at altitude. There is nothing in these regions; no towns, rivers or roads. Just some repetitive tiled landscape of fields/trees. There is also the English coast, and a couple of airfields. Some people are upset about the lack of detail, missing towns, etc. I personally don't mind. The map is Normandy, not England, and having a least some bases there does allow cross channel flights or somewhere for bombers to operate. So, only Normandy is modelled and, even then, the areas in the north east (e.g. Dieppe) and southwest (e.g. Avranches) are empty. Some areas are quite detailed, but this detail is not correct and there are many areas where it simply does not match the historical terrain. Or, again, there are regions of the same tessellated empty landscape. Overall, the map is rather small. The Era The time period stated on the product page is late June 1944. Actually, the presence of the included ALGs (Advanced Landing Grounds; the Allied temporary airfields) makes it more like late July. So, you need to ignore these if you are wanting to fly a D-Day mission or any of the initial sorties thereafter. For the Allies The map is designed for the Allies. It it their area of operation, and where they are attacking and engaging the defending German army. All-but-one of the bases are ALGs, established RAF bases or captured areas. Normandy is a required map for the WWI campaigns, Charnwood, Epsom, Big Show, etc. and it suits these well. The Luftwaffe There is a single Luftwaffe airfield (Evreux). There are three airfields used before D-day by the Luftwaffe (Lessay, Maupertus and Carpiquet) but these were abandoned by the Luftwaffe at the time in which this map is set. And you need to ignore all the ALGs if you want to fly the pre-D-Day period (and, in any case, DCS only has one pre-D-Day aircraft, the Spit.IX, so it is getting really contrived by then). Modern? Yes, in principle you can use it for modern operations. You can use any DCS asset on the map (incl. all the free modern ground units, AI aircraft, etc.). Most ALGs are too rough and short for jets, but there are three paved runways that can be used Carpiquet (France), Evreux (France) and Tangmere (England). You can place carriers in the English Channel too. The map is okay for helicopters, but the landscape is extremely flat. Performance Performance is not good. I have all four maps, and Normandy has flickering areas, stutters and even "lag spikes" as you go into new areas. I do not get this on the other three maps. And, although there are lots of remaining problems, the developers have abandoned the product and have moved on to their next project. Appearance It is okay compared to other WW2 games, but it still does not compare well to any of the other DCS maps. The product description says there are "multiple seasons". there are NOT. There is no autumn browns or winter snow. The scenery is repetitive tiles of texture in many places. The iconic beaches of Normandy are dull. The towns are inaccurate and bland in many places. or even simply missing. Conclusion The fact that it is the only WW2 map currently available is the ONLY saving grace for this DLC. However, that will change one day. You might need this map for the WW2 campaigns or for WW2 multiplayer. But even now, only some multiplayer servers use this map (others are still on the Caucasus). Maybe it is worth getting on sale, as a bundle with the WW2 assets pack. But otherwise, forget it. just use the free Caucasus area and wait for the next WW2 maps. Footnote The developers of Normandy (UGRA Media) are now making a Syria Map for DCS. Given the lacklustre product here, I would urge extreme caution before purchasing their next offering.. TL;DR : A WW2-themed region of Normandy, France, usable for late-June to late-July 1944. Some pockets of detail, but much of the map remains inaccurate, unfinished or of low quality. Performance is poor. Full Review The Normandy DLC is a map for DCS World. It is only the map, and does not contain any World War 2 tanks, ships, aircraft, guns, infantry or any other "assets" (these are sold separately). At time of writing (May 2019), it is the only WW2 map for DCS. However, Eagle Dynamics have stated that there are two more WW2 maps in development. The Region This is Normandy. Although there are some other areas (Brittany and Hauts-de-France), these are just coastal outlines, to avoid an abrupt map edge, when flying at altitude. There is nothing in these regions; no towns, rivers or roads. Just some repetitive tiled landscape of fields/trees. There is also the English coast, and a couple of airfields. Some people are upset about the lack of detail, missing towns, etc. I personally don't mind. The map is Normandy, not England, and having a least some bases there does allow cross channel flights or somewhere for bombers to operate. So, only Normandy is modelled and, even then, the areas in the north east (e.g. Dieppe) and southwest (e.g. Avranches) are empty. Some areas are quite detailed, but this detail is not correct and there are many areas where it simply does not match the historical terrain. Or, again, there are regions of the same tessellated empty landscape. Overall, the map is rather small. The Era The time period stated on the product page is late June 1944. Actually, the presence of the included ALGs (Advanced Landing Grounds; the Allied temporary airfields) makes it more like late July. So, you need to ignore these if you are wanting to fly a D-Day mission or any of the initial sorties thereafter. For the Allies The map is designed for the Allies. It it their area of operation, and where they are attacking and engaging the defending German army. All-but-one of the bases are ALGs, established RAF bases or captured areas. Normandy is a required map for the WWI campaigns, Charnwood, Epsom, Big Show, etc. and it suits these well. The Luftwaffe There is a single Luftwaffe airfield (Evreux). There are three airfields used before D-day by the Luftwaffe (Lessay, Maupertus and Carpiquet) but these were abandoned by the Luftwaffe at the time in which this map is set. And you need to ignore all the ALGs if you want to fly the pre-D-Day period (and, in any case, DCS only has one pre-D-Day aircraft, the Spit.IX, so it is getting really contrived by then). Modern? Yes, in principle you can use it for modern operations. You can use any DCS asset on the map (incl. all the free modern ground units, AI aircraft, etc.). Most ALGs are too rough and short for jets, but there are three paved runways that can be used Carpiquet (France), Evreux (France) and Tangmere (England). You can place carriers in the English Channel too. The map is okay for helicopters, but the landscape is extremely flat. Performance Performance is not good. I have all four maps, and Normandy has flickering areas, stutters and even "lag spikes" as you go into new areas. I do not get this on the other three maps. And, although there are lots of remaining problems, the developers have abandoned the product and have moved on to their next project. Appearance It is okay compared to other WW2 games, but it still does not compare well to any of the other DCS maps. The product description says there are "multiple seasons". there are NOT. There is no autumn browns or winter snow. The scenery is repetitive tiles of texture in many places. The iconic beaches of Normandy are dull. The towns are inaccurate and bland in many places. or even simply missing. Conclusion The fact that it is the only WW2 map currently available is the ONLY saving grace for this DLC. However, that will change one day. You might need this map for the WW2 campaigns or for WW2 multiplayer. But even now, only some multiplayer servers use this map (others are still on the Caucasus). Maybe it is worth getting on sale, as a bundle with the WW2 assets pack. But otherwise, forget it. just use the free Caucasus area and wait for the next WW2 maps. Footnote The developers of Normandy (UGRA Media) are now making a Syria Map for DCS. Given the lacklustre product here, I would urge extreme caution before purchasing their next offering.



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