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IL-2 Sturmovik - MC.202 Series VIII Collector Plane DLC EN Language Only Steam CD Key

IL-2 Sturmovik - MC.202 Series VIII Collector Plane DLC EN Language Only Steam CD Key
Strategy Simulation
Steam
Region free
N/A
Languages:
English
Release date: 09 Aug, 2016
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Product contains only English language(s)
Requires the base game IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad on Steam in order to play.
Price: $5.22
Sold by: Artemisa
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Fly the Italian Macchi 202, the best Italian fighter plane that saw action at the Eastern front of WWII!

The Macchi combines rather moderate size of German Messerschmitts with the robustness of a Focke-Wulf. It has a tough framework with all-metal construction throughout the airframe and two-spar wings, the only exception being the rudder. A unique feature of the Macchi is its peculiar wing design which is is asymmetrical. The left wing is 20 cm longer than the right one to counteract torque produced by the engine. The wings don’t have leading edge slats and the landing gear is generally similar to the FW-190 which is quite wide and serviceable. There’s a trim stabilizer for the elevators, but no trim tabs on any other flight surface.

The overall approach to the framework design is a bit surprising: on the one hand the aircraft is aerodynamically clean and well designed; on the other hand both of its radiator cowlings look ill-placed causing much drag.

The engine is an export version of the DB601A that was also used in earlier Bf-109 models. But unlike the Bf-109s in our game, this one doesn’t have a good automated constant-speed propeller mechanism. The Macchi’s propeller only has two basic positions: 2200 and 2400 rpm. All other modes are up to the pilot to set up and maintain by controlling the prop pitch manually. Water and oil radiator controls are manual as well. Keep in mind that Macchi’s throttle movement is also inverted – forward to slow down and back to accelerate.

Features

  • Armament: 2 x 12.7mm Breda SAFAT machine guns with 400 rounds and a rate of fire of 700 rounds per minute.
  • Length: 8.85 m (29.03 ft.)
  • Wingspan: 10.58 m (34.7 ft.)
  • Wing surface: 16.8 sq. m (55.11 sq. ft.)

Modifications

  • Additional pilot protection: armored triplex windscreen (10 kg / 22 lbs. weight increase)
  • 2 x additional Breda SAFAT 7.7mm wing-mounted machine guns with 500 rounds per gun. (25 - 49 kg / 55 – 108 lbs. weight increase)
  • 2 x additional MG 151/20 20mm guns in wing-mounted gun pods with 135 rounds per gun (157 - 212 kg / 346 – 467 lbs. weight increase, 15 kph / 24 mph speed loss)
  • 2 x 50-T General Purpose Bombs (130 kg / 287 lbs. weight increase with bomb racks, 14 kph / 9 mph speed loss, 7 kph / 4 mph speed loss after drop)
  • 2 x 100-T General Purpose Bombs (220 kg / 485 lbs. weight increase with bomb racks, 20 kph / 12 mph speed loss, 7 kph / 4 mph speed loss after drop)

Skins

  • Standard pattern with winter camo
  • 2./JG 108, ('214' with Luftwaffe markings used in training unit)
  • 73°Squadriglia, 9°Gruppo, 4°Stormo C.T., Tenente Giulio Reiner, Fuka, Egypt, July 1942 ('73-7' dark olive green with sand blotches and light grey bottom)
  • 386a°Squadriglia, 21°Gruppo Autonomo C.T., Kantemirowka, USSR, October 1942 ('386-1' light brown with dark green patches and light grey undersides)
  • 70°Squadriglia, 23°Gruppo, 3°Stormo C.T., Cerveteri, Italy, August 1943 ('2-70' light brown with intensive dark green patches and light grey undersides)
  • 71°a Squadriglia, 17°Gruppo, 1°Stormo C.T., Udine-Campoformido, Italy, October 1941 ('71-2' dark olive green and light grey undersides)
  • 369°a Squadriglia, 22°Gruppo, 53°Stormo C.T., Capodichino, Italy, Summer 1943 ('369-12' light brown with dark green rings and light grey undersides)
  • 378°a Squadriglia, 155°Gruppo, 51°Stormo C.T., Gela, Italy, August 1943 ('378-4' dark green with yellow and brown patches and light grey undersides)
  • Aeromacchi C.202 prototype first flown at Lonate Pozollo on August 10, 1940 by chief test pilot Guido Carestiato (metal with no paint with some parts painted with protective primer color)
  • 2./Jagd Lehrer Überprüfungsgruppe, Konrad Augner ('13' light brown with dark green patches, light grey undersides and yellow markings)

 

 

Minimum
  • OS: 64-bit Windows® 7 (SP1) / Windows® 8 / Windows® 10
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5/i7 2.8 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660/Radeon HD 7770 with 2GB VRAM or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible
  • Additional Notes: DirectX®-compatible flight stick recommended

Key activation

  1. Go to: http://store.steampowered.com/ and download STEAM client

  2. Click "Install Steam" (from the upper right corner)

    Download Steam
  3. Install and start application, login with your Account name and Password (create one if you don't have).

  4. Please follow these instructions to activate a new retail purchase on Steam:

    • Launch Steam and log into your Steam account.
    • Click the Games Menu.
    • Choose Activate a Product on Steam...
    • Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the process.

    After successful code verification go to the "MY GAMES" tab and start downloading.

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