Eagle Dynamics has revealed the complete version of the DCS: Persian Gulf Map is out.
Since the original release of this map, the area has been expanded to make it the largest DCS World map. It also includes an astonishing 29 airfields, the most airfield of any DCS World map.
This update includes:
- Liwa airfield and surrounding area in the UAE
- Ras Al Khaimah airfield in the UAE
- Jiroft airfield in Iran
- Levan Island airfield in Iran
- Persepolis, Rayen Citadel, and Bam World Heritage sites
- Added parking spaces at the northern end of Bandar Abbas Airfield.
- The DCS: Persian Gulf map provides an excellent playground for your DCS modules:
- Critical source of 40% of world-traded oil, making it a historic and current flashpoint of endless possibilities
- Sprawling cities of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Bandar Abbas
- Iranian island fortresses of Abu Musa, Sirri, and Tunb
- Varied terrain of towering mountains, desert plains, and marshlands
- Dozens of small and massive ports, power plants, refineries, and bases
- Thousands of kilometres of trafficked roads and rail lines
- Thousands of individual buildings
- Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, and the Dubai Frame.
Although this map is now content-complete, support will continue with fixes as required. According to ED, the focus will now be on a new, free map for DCS World.
DCS World Open Beta Update
In addition to the completion of the Persian Gulf Map, there have been several other additions to this week’s Open Beta update.
- The Hornet received initial JDAM capability, further tuning of LTWS mode, and corrected INS alignment issues
- AV-8B cockpit, MPCD, and LCD improvements by RAZBAM
- C-101 engine and fuel system improvements, better force feedback support, added and adjusted circuit breakers, and more
- The F-14 by Heatblur features several changes such as a custom livery option, RWR improvements, tuned 6DOF view limits, and many more
- The UH-1 door gunner error after rearming has been corrected
- Mission updates for the F-5E and L-39.
More information is available on the DCS e-shop.