Heatblur Simulations’ DCS: F-14A/B Tomcat

DCS: F-14A/B TOMCAT

The Tomcat with the full in-flight wing sweep of 68° can move out at Mach 2+.

Back in early 2017, the DCS World community was shaken by a split in the popular development team Leatherneck Simulations - the crew that brought us the awesome MiG-21Bis and AJS-37 Viggen. Newly formed Magnitude 3 would retain rights to continue development and support of the MiG-21, while Heatblur Simulations, helmed by Nicholas Dackard, announced it would continue support for the Viggen and also bring the venerable F-14 Tomcat to DCS World. Over the course of 2017 and 2018, Heatblur mounted a well-crafted PR campaign mixing screenshots, videos and production updates with genuine interactions with the community. In late December 2018, Heatblur started allowing limited early access to its F-14B module and PC Pilot is here to give some first impressions.

I feel the need, the need for speed!

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