IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad £13.59@steam
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IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad £13.59@steam

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Found 2nd AprEdited by:"lomax"
I actually picked this up recently. It's phenomenal in VR.


IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad is the continuation of the legendary IL-2 Sturmovik series that has set the standard for PC combat flight games for more than ten years. This new entry into the series will offer virtual pilots an even more accurate simulation of the most famous air battles of World War II.


RECENT REVIEWS:
Mixed (41)
ALL REVIEWS:
Mostly Positive (1,143)
RELEASE DATE:
22 Oct, 2014


Edit: If you need a stick to go with this. The t1600M is unbeatable at £25.
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    Thanks! Will order this now. I've got all the Sturmovik games apart from this one. It's one of the better aeroplane games. Can't stand the games with only modern fast jets. Dog fights are much more fun in prop aircraft.

    Been thinking about getting a VR setup for a while. This might just tip the scales for the purchase.
    Looks like a great price to me. I've only seen it at £20 on sale before
    VR support?
    Looking to get into flight sims, would this be a good entry point?
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    funkytiger26 m ago

    Looking to get into flight sims, would this be a good entry point?


    I prefer this because I like the old planes. It's also on the lighter side of sim. DCS World comes with a free plane if you just want to test something with more modern aircraft for free. It will cost you a lot more in the long run though!

    richyjwill21 h, 12 m ago

    Thanks! Will order this now. I've got all the Sturmovik games apart from …Thanks! Will order this now. I've got all the Sturmovik games apart from this one. It's one of the better aeroplane games. Can't stand the games with only modern fast jets. Dog fights are much more fun in prop aircraft.Been thinking about getting a VR setup for a while. This might just tip the scales for the purchase.



    Cockpit games are fantastic in VR. They've really done a good job with IL-2. I personally wouldn't go back at this point. The tech is still early so things at a distance aren't as visible as they are on a monitor. However if you can wait the Pimax 4k is due later this year and a lot of people are predicting we'll see Oculus CV2 next year. Even if they both end up being more than you want to spend they should result in further price reductions on the Oculus CV1.
    Thanks Lomax for the advice, I think I will take a look at this.
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