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  1. Our upcoming desert war expansion will feature a number of new ship classes, including capital ships! Here are the WIP images of the Leander and Leipzig class light cruisers. https://ibb.co/album/XxPfY9 The level of detail going into these ships is incredible, not just visually. They will feature a huge array of firepower of varying sizes and types, multiple damage areas and damage modelling, armour plating of various thickness. All designed to be as realistic, and difficult to attack and sink, as they were in reality. Players will also be able to set up sea battles, along with naval gun support of land based operations/missions. For those looking forward to attacking the these ships flying solo, and getting in close, will most likely result in your virtual death or taking a swim in the warm med waters. Their collective firepower is intense, terrifying and awesome to watch. Study real life tactics and employ them, if you want to get home. In the near future we will showcase these new ships in action. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the screenshots of our Leander and Leipzig class Cruisers. Images by Larry. If you haven't already, please subscribe to our social media channels, so you don't miss our updates! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamFusionMod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teamfusionmod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/team.fusion.simulations Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeamFusionSim
  2. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, and mindful that social restrictions have meant fly pasts all around the world have been affected, Team Fusion Simulations have a created a major virtual fly past event that everyone can watch and enjoy from home. https://youtu.be/IyPEDcBFR2c Featuring 106 RAF aircraft from IL-2 Cliffs of Dover Blitz and our upcoming Desert War expansion. View the event from vantage points in the air, on the ground, and the cockpit of all flyable aircraft types. We hope you enjoy our celebration of a major event in world history. Would really appreciate that everyone who watched the fly past, hits the like button, comments and and subscribes to our YouTube channel. Regards, TFS team YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamFusionModFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/teamfusionmodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/team.fusion.simulationsTwitter: https://twitter.com/TeamFusionSim
  3. To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of V E Day, Team Fusion Simulations will be releasing a special Buckingham Palace VE Day Fly Past video at 10am GMT, on Friday 8th May, 2020. Premiere release on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamFusionMod See the Fly Past from the ground, air (virtual drone cam) and in the cockpit. Featuring over 100 RAF aircraft from Battle of Britain flight simulation, IL-2 Cliffs of Dover Blitz, and the upcoming Desert War expansion, including: Spitfire's Hurricane's Beaufighter's Wellington's Blenheim's Sunderland Gladiator's Kittyhawk's Tomahawk's Martlett's Regards, TFS Team
  4. Images taken during and after a raid on Tobruk by Ju 88's, Bf 110's and Stuka's.Time of raid: 19:45I think the Bf 110 rear gunner might be calling in an issue after taking damage over Tobruk.The damage to the Tomahawk port wing caused by an attacking Bf 110. To view the high res versions: https://ibb.co/album/6gVGynCheers,Pattle
  5. Team Fusion Simulations is very excited to announce that TFS 5.0 is now in the Beta Testing stage of development! TFS 5.0 will enable players to battle it out on land, sea and air in the new North African desert map (time frame - December 1940 to June 1942), and the existing Channel map (time frame - December 1940 to August 1941). TFS team members and our Alpha testers have put in thousands of hours into the continued development of new assets to 5.0, verifying and improving flight characteristics, updating special effects, sounds, and bug fixing. Thanks to the Alpha testers for the work you have done and will be during Beta testing. Major improvements from the commencement of Alpha: Desert map (all aspects) Damage modelling Flight and engine characteristics Special effects Cockpit and external animations in multiple aircraft Rear visibility to ensure historical and physical accuracy Shore adjustments Vehicle spacing fixed Full mission builder - new elements added Channel map Additions during Alpha testing: New ships, including Cruisers and freighters (will be showcased in a future update) New tanks and vehicles Adding numerous airfield templates Damaged buildings Rock formations along north coast shoreline Landmines Regards, TFS Team
  6. Test flight and operational cockpit update of the TFS 5.0 Vickers Wellington. Video introduces the functional Wellington 1a cockpit. Cockpit look around, cold start, taxi, circuit, to landing. With a hefty payload, and relative ease to fly, all versions of the Wellington, including the torpedo variant, will prove very popular with the bomber crews, new and experienced, in the flight sim community. We have shown in cockpit messages and mouse, to point out various components and functions throughout the video. Also featuring the latest map build and populated Tobruk airfield. WIP update. Images shown are not final and subject to change. Propeller transparencies will be fixed.Throttle system is in progress, will be no 'boost cutout' in final version, WEP power will be obtained by 'throttle gate' system. https://youtu.be/E-oIcOU_rag
  7. TFS 5.0 - New Flyable Aircraft Work is well underway in the completion of all new aircraft being introduced to TFS 5.0, the highly anticipated expansion of IL-2 Cliffs of Dover Blitz. Whilst the new North Africa map is generating much excitement and deservedly so, the sheer amount of new flyable aircraft, whether totally new, or new tropical variants to existing Cliffs aircraft that historically took part in the North African theatre has previously not been stated in one announcement. This is that announcement! New flyable aircraft variants: 45 New Flyable aircraft variants including Tropical versions: 71 New flyable aircraft at release of Team Fusion Simulations 5.0 German Bf109E-7 (DB601Aa) (also Tropical Version) Bf109E-7N (DB601N) (also Tropical Version) Bf109E-7Z (DB601N + GM-1 Nitrous Injection) (also Tropical Version) Bf-109F-1 with MG/FFM Bf-109F-2 with MG151/15mm (DB601N) Bf-109F-2 with MG151/20mm (DB601N) (also Tropical Version) Bf-109F-4 (DB601E 1.30ata) (also Tropical Version) Bf-109F-4-Late (DB601E 1.42ata) (also Tropical Version) Bf-109F-4/R1 (DB601E 1.42ata, underwing 20mm gunpods) (also Tropical Version) Bf-109F-4Z (DB601E 1.42ata + GM-1 Injection) (also Tropical Version) Ju-88A-5 (also Tropical Version) Ju-88A-5-Late (with upgraded Jumo 211F engine) (also Tropical Version) Ju-88C-2 (conversion of Ju-88A-1 short wing version) Ju-88C-2-Late (conversion of Ju-88A-5 long wing version) Ju-88C-4 (with Jumo 211F engine, long wing) (also Tropical Version) Ju-88C-4-Late (with Jumo 211F, long wing and added twin 20mm gunpod) (also Tropical Version) Heinkel He-111H-6 Torpedo bomber (with upgraded Jumo 211F engine) (also Tropical Version) Bf-108 Taifun Trainer/Personal Transport* Italian Fiat CR-42 Macchi C-202 Series III Macchi C-202 Series VIII French Dewoitine D.520 Series 1 (Hispano 12Y45 engine) British Gladiator Mk II (also Tropical Version) Spitfire Mk IIB (Spitfire IIA with two 20mm cannon, four .303) Spitfire Mk VA (Merlin 45, eight .303 +12 boost) Spitfire Mk VB (Merlin 45 two 20mm cannon, four .303 +12 boost) (also Tropical Version) Spitfire Mk VB-Late (+16 boost) (also Tropical Version) Spitfire Mk VB-HF (Merlin 46 High Altitude +12 boost) (also Tropical Version) Spitfire Mk VB-HF-Late (Merlin 46 High Altitude +16 boost) (also Tropical Version) Hurricane Mk IIA (Merlin 20, eight .303 +12 boost) (also Tropical Version) Hurricane Mk IIB (twelve .303, option for Bombs +12 boost) (also Tropical Version) Hurricane Mk IIB-Late (twelve .303, option for Bombs +14 boost) (also Tropical Version) Hurricane Mk IIC (four 20mm, option for Bombs +12 boost) (also Tropical Version) Hurricane IIC-Late (four 20mm, option for Bombs +14 boost) (also Tropical Version) Hurricane IID Tankbuster (+14 boost) (ONLY Tropical Version) Beaufighter Mk IF - Late (with Hercules XI) (also Tropical Version) Beaufighter Mk IC (with Hercules XI, bombs) (also Tropical Version) Wellington IA + Tropical version Wellington IC (with waist gun positions, standard CSBS Bombsight) + Tropical version Wellington IC-Late (with waist gun positions, advanced Mk XIV bombsight) + Tropcial version Wellington IC-T (torpedo version with front turret, bombardier removed) - Tropical version USA Tomahawk Mk IIB (48 inches boost) Tomahawk Mk IIB-Late (54 inches boost) Kittyhawk Mk IA (56 inches boost) Martlet III Tropical Versions of existing CLIFFS OF DOVER aircraft Bf-110C models Ju-87B Heinkel 111H Hurricane I/I-FB Blenheim I/IV Cockpit flashcards and short manuals will be included in the release, ensuring experienced and new pilots will be able to competently operate and fly these aircraft within a very short period of familiarization. These documents will be available in the following languages, in alphabetical order: Chinese; English; French; German; Italian; Russian and Spanish. We hope the large number of new aircraft and variants will bring players many hours and years of WWII flight simulation enjoyment and action. Lets us know which aircraft you are most keen to fly! Regards, TFS Team *to be confirmed at time of release.
  8. Showcasing one of the new flyable aircraft for IL-2 Cliffs of Dover 5.0.The highly anticipated Spitfire Vb Tropical variant. Update also includes new sounds and the new theater, North Africa. A more in depth look at the Vb will be released in the near future.The North Africa map is still in Alpha. It does not include the new cloud systems and weather, or other details such as rock formations or rocky abuttments, distance views, etc. etc. which will be seen in the final version. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFvQ3RC54R4 Cheers, Pattle
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