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Old 11-16-2019, 12:09 PM
ATAG Pattle ATAG Pattle is offline
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Default Mapping. TFS 5.0 v actual locations

Hi All, Darryl, one of our community members, recently asked if our recent pictures are based on historical locations. We have attempt to recreate towns, airfields and emplacements, roads, etc as accurately as possible. It has been a massive task to find aerial photographs and maps to assist in this process. Not everything is easily available on the web! In many ways, books still give us the best sources of information.

Our mapping team are working very hard to further enhance the look of the North African theatre, with major improvements seen by the TFS in each new internal update, which will continue up to release.

Big Week, launched mid year, and proved very popular amongst the WW2 flight sim community, showcasing a number of new aircraft and game components each day, for a week.

We are aiming for Big Week v2 in late November/early December, with December now our aim for Beta Testing commencement.

A number of new and updated elements were recently released to the broader TFS team. Looking forward to announcing those very soon, hopefully as part of Big Week.

Back to the map question! A comparison of one location is Bardia, which is one of the team's newest areas of work (and still a WIP) can be seen on our FB page.



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