Mais calmons-nous, pour le moment juste le Curtiss de pilotable côté français, il y aura un Potez 63.11.
Old Brown Dog Software
is proud to announce details of the expansion we have been working so hard on for WINGS OVER THE REICH, it is:
The Battle of France
Take your part in a new, whirlwind, dynamic campaign as the Germans invade France bursting through the Ardennes Forest, taking the allies completely by surprise. OBD has designed an utterly unique campaign system for the fast-paced dynamic blitzkrieg war - never seen before at this level in
any combat flight simulator.
In a matter of weeks in the summer of 1940, the Germans push through the Ardennes and following along the Somme valley, effectively cut the French forces in two, and isolate the remnants of the BEF and French 1st Armies in Dunkirk.
Soon you can take part in this exciting early WW2 period,
with the Battle of France add-on for Wings Over the Reich!
(Release date and final details to be confirmed)
Fly and fight for British RAF in the Hurricane MkIa or for the French Armée de l'Air in the American built Curtiss H-75A2.
Or join the invaders and fight for the Germans in the Luftwaffe, flying the BF109-E4.
Witness the ground war take shape as the invaders capture airfields, bridges and other locales of military importance.
See the Luftwaffe pound airfields, and other installations of significance.
Ground units of the BEF and German Wehrmacht, as well as the French Army battle it out as the Germans inexorably push through to Dunkirk and Calais.
Army units are correctly placed and identified as they were historically - see the panzers of Hoth, Guderian, Rommel and Kleist etc make an amazing push to the coast.
Witness the fall of Dunkirk, with the evacuation armada making its relief effort to evacuate most of the British and French forces.
And finally, the fall of Paris as Hitler sends his units South.
Autant, WOFF est resté sur mon DD malgré que je n'arrive pas y jouer assez souvent, WOTR n'y est plus depuis un bail, à voir ce que ça donne pour s'y remettre!AIRCRAFT UNITS in Battle of France:
Fairey Battle MkI
Bristol Blenheim MkIV