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robert_line
02-15-2005, 12:15 PM
First off Thanks Oleg and crew for all your fine work! http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/11.gif

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Originally posted by Capt._Tenneal:
_But I din't post the works that now in progress by separatelly ordered team (trained very well by us) - at first it will meet only Russain market (CDs), but then possibly western (after full beta test on russian market ). Sorry for this, but its not my decision or politic._

I take it this is the one with the IL-10 ? And the Russian 1946 scenario aircraft ? Oh I do hope this makes it out to the West !
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You right, but there is actually more in works.
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Could I get someone to eloborate on this? It sound way cool! http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/11.gif

robert_line
02-15-2005, 12:15 PM
First off Thanks Oleg and crew for all your fine work! http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/11.gif

quote:
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Originally posted by Capt._Tenneal:
_But I din't post the works that now in progress by separatelly ordered team (trained very well by us) - at first it will meet only Russain market (CDs), but then possibly western (after full beta test on russian market ). Sorry for this, but its not my decision or politic._

I take it this is the one with the IL-10 ? And the Russian 1946 scenario aircraft ? Oh I do hope this makes it out to the West !
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You right, but there is actually more in works.
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Could I get someone to eloborate on this? It sound way cool! http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/11.gif

Capt._Tenneal
02-15-2005, 12:54 PM
Oleg posted this reply around the middle of December 2004. This was during the height of the US copyright issue firestorm. I highlighted the relevant paragraph (# 5) :

Rumors just partially right. And in some way - completely wrong

1) 1C was releasing add-ons as well in the past separatelly of Ubisoft in
Russia.
It was released already 3 (or 4) add-ons with the static campaigns only for
Russian market and there was one of them a huge hit ("The roads of the war".
After this add-on that was created by two guys one became a member of our
team). However such add-ons didn't make Russian version incompatible online
with the non-russian language versions. We are personally almost not
involved in developemtn of them.
2) We are in a great hope that these planned add-ons will meet western
market as well by one of the
ways and almost simultaniosly with the Russian. It will depends of many
factors that are out of our own control.
3) We will be way more busy with the new sim development. So these add-ons
will make third party with the guys that are trained well here in Moscow
using our tools. So
from us it will be relatively minimal investment of the work that to make
final tunings and programming and to do not stop any developments of new
sim (BoB).
4) We can't sell ourselves on western market any additions, etc for the the
Il-2 series without agreement with Ubisoft. So they should decide what to
do if there will be such add-ons ready (and localised at least for English).
Unfortunatelly usually such small add-ons are absolutley non-profitable in
the west.... So any decision of Ubisoft is understand-able at least for us.
5) These add-on(s) contains only Russian planes and maps. Most of them are
experimental prop+jet (such as existed and tested La-7R 1944, Yak-3R 1944,
MiG-13 in a serivice 1945-46, etc, for which we have enough info that to
model) and jet planes (say unreleased LaGG-3RD-1 1941-42 with unfinished
TR-1 engine with 800+ kg thrust, Yak-15 in principle is a copy of this
plane). One of them MiG-9 of Russian and probably also Chinese production,
which was never modelled in any sim (if I'm not wrong). All is limited to
1945 - early 1946 year as we were agree long time ago even with third party.
Also maps which are planned for these add-ons are Ukraine (Kiev area) and
the area of East for 1945 invation of Russian troops in the war against
Japan. For this if all will be Ok in time, ordered IL-10 as well
6) As it is known already for public by the leaked somewhere info, currently
we will not develop or accept from third party any planes owned by Nothrop
(Grumman, Vough, Republic). Even the one that we did already for free
add-on... No comments. However it doesn't means that we really wont to model
them now or in future.... Sorry, I can't tell you more details curently.
7) Other planes - still possible. The limits are the same - they should be
done without technology bugs. Such bugs limit us in time and we are unable to
rework third party models as it was in the past (just 4 guys in the world
doing currently 3D models for our sim with no bugs... Sorry to tell it). We
will say when we will stop completely such things. But currently such things
are still possible.
8) the maps of Murmansk and Kurland for a merged install will be available
for free when its done finally.

Oleg Maddox.

Gato__Loco
02-15-2005, 01:16 PM
I hope that if Ubi decides not to release these add-ons on the west, we'll be able to buy them directly from 1C from Russia!!!

GerritJ9
02-15-2005, 03:13 PM
Kyiv map...... my fav city!!! http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif Looks like I will have to do some CD hunting when I go there again later this year!!!!!!!! http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif (As well as finding the Russian version of PF of course).

LBR_Rommel
02-15-2005, 03:41 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Capt._Tenneal:
Oleg posted this reply around the middle of December 2004. This was during the height of the US copyright issue firestorm. I highlighted the relevant paragraph (# 5) :

Rumors just partially right. And in some way - completely wrong

1) 1C was releasing add-ons as well in the past separatelly of Ubisoft in
Russia.
It was released already 3 (or 4) add-ons with the static campaigns only for
Russian market and there was one of them a huge hit ("The roads of the war".
After this add-on that was created by two guys one became a member of our
team). However such add-ons didn't make Russian version incompatible online
with the non-russian language versions. We are personally almost not
involved in developemtn of them.
2) We are in a great hope that these planned add-ons will meet western
market as well by one of the
ways and almost simultaniosly with the Russian. It will depends of many
factors that are out of our own control.
3) We will be way more busy with the new sim development. So these add-ons
will make third party with the guys that are trained well here in Moscow
using our tools. So
from us it will be relatively minimal investment of the work that to make
final tunings and programming and to do not stop any developments of new
sim (BoB).
4) We can't sell ourselves on western market any additions, etc for the the
Il-2 series without agreement with Ubisoft. So they should decide what to
do if there will be such add-ons ready (and localised at least for English).
Unfortunatelly usually such small add-ons are absolutley non-profitable in
the west.... So any decision of Ubisoft is understand-able at least for us.
_5) These add-on(s) contains only Russian planes and maps. Most of them are
experimental prop+jet (such as existed and tested La-7R 1944, Yak-3R 1944,
MiG-13 in a serivice 1945-46, etc, for which we have enough info that to
model) and jet planes (say unreleased LaGG-3RD-1 1941-42 with unfinished
TR-1 engine with 800+ kg thrust, Yak-15 in principle is a copy of this
plane). One of them MiG-9 of Russian and probably also Chinese production,
which was never modelled in any sim (if I'm not wrong). All is limited to
1945 - early 1946 year as we were agree long time ago even with third party.
Also maps which are planned for these add-ons are Ukraine (Kiev area) and
the area of East for 1945 invation of Russian troops in the war against
Japan. For this if all will be Ok in time, ordered IL-10 as well_
6) As it is known already for public by the leaked somewhere info, currently
we will not develop or accept from third party any planes owned by Nothrop
(Grumman, Vough, Republic). Even the one that we did already for free
add-on... No comments. However it doesn't means that we really wont to model
them now or in future.... Sorry, I can't tell you more details curently.
7) Other planes - still possible. The limits are the same - they should be
done without technology bugs. Such bugs limit us in time and we are unable to
rework third party models as it was in the past (just 4 guys in the world
doing currently 3D models for our sim with no bugs... Sorry to tell it). We
will say when we will stop completely such things. But currently such things
are still possible.
8) the maps of Murmansk and Kurland for a merged install will be available
for free when its done finally.

Oleg Maddox. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Well...
be part of the Dark side of the Force will be more hard...

Oleg can we have NATO modelled for us? http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/16x16_smiley-very-happy.gif