Our DCS: Mirage F1 module was released on the 21st of June of 2022.
Teaser for the Early Access version of DCS: Mirage F1
This is our teaser for the Early Access version of DCS: Mirage F1.
Video of the Mineralnye Vody Invitational Airshow 2021 interview
Here you have the video of the Mirage F1 interview during the Mineralnye Vody Invitational Airshow 2021.
Mineralnye Vody Invitational Airshow 2021 interview
This Saturday the 23rd of October at 17:00 GMT, the Mineralnye Vody Invitational Airshow 2021 will take place, hosted by Lechuzas Negras and D3W. During the event, an interview with our Flight Model and Systems programmer will be conducted, where we will show the latest updates of our Mirage F1 DCS module and highlight some details of the aircraft during our participation at 19:30 GMT.
In the following links you have the Twitch channel where the event will be emitted live, as well as the organization’s Discord.
Mirage F1CE preview
We present you our first video of the Mirage F1-CE as well as some screenshots. In this video, you can see the most up to date look of the Mirage F1-CE cockpit and external model, a short flight model exhibition and the interaction with some of the cockpit systems.
With this latest PBR textures and many improvements both on textures and on 3D model, we can now consider them ready for the first public display, and therefore, expend some time on specifics, next will be to work on a highly detailed pilot and helmet model.
Regarding flight model, we can say it is now close to its final state. You can see in the video some effects like wing bending due to high G forces. Wing torsion is also implemented; this causes a change in AoA throughout the wingspan, which affects roll moment. Once our experienced F1 test pilot provides us detailed feedback on the FM (still in progress), and we contrast it with our engineering data, we will consider it ready for an early access release.
Cockpit interaction with most of general aircraft systems, like engine, fuel, electrics, hydraulics, stability augmentation and autopilot, is nearly finished and we are working on avionics (navigation and radio equipment, weapons control, radar, displays, etc.).
Just to give you an idea of the deepness of the simulation we have currently a list of more than 80 possible system failures.
In summary, the project is advancing at a good pace, nearing its early access phase, we are happy with the results of our efforts to provide you with the most in-depth simulation of the Mirage F1.
Aerges Engineering SL is a flight simulation company that has developed the integration of GPS navigation system NS-430 in the C-101, and which is curretly developing the Mirage F1, both for the DCS World simulation platform.
The Team is formed by highly experienced DCS World developers.