IL-2 Sturmovik retail patch v1.2 Retail v1.04x -> v1.1 patch
32.041 mb ftp://3dgamers.in-span.net/pub/3dgamers1/games/il2sturmovik/il2upgrade_1.1b.exe ftp://theuser:firstname.lastname@example.org/pub/3dgamers/games/il2sturmovik/il2upgrade_1.2.exe Retail v1.0x -> v1.1 patch
76.97 mb ftp://3dgamers.in-span.net/pub/3dgamers1/games/il2sturmovik/il2upgrade_1.1a.exe ftp://theuser:email@example.com/pub/3dgamers/games/il2sturmovik/il2upgrade_1.1a.exe Retail v1.1 -> v1.2 patch
29.804 mb http://iadlpredirvip.xlontech.net:60081/a_0_100366/xlon.3dgamers.com/3dgamers/games/il2sturmovik/il2upgrade_1.2.exe ftp://theuser:firstname.lastname@example.org/pub/3dgamers/games/il2sturmovik/il2upgrade_1.2.exe Change log
This version (1.2) is not compatible with the previous version (1.1) of the game when playing online.
Both the server and client must have appropriate versions of the game (1.2) in order to connect.
You may experience mistakes in reproduction of tracks recorded in version 1.1, training and intro files. However the version 1.1 tracks are meant to be compatible with the current build of the game. Notes on the Upgrade Installation
The 1.2 upgrade may only be installed over Il-2 version 1.1 (or 1.1a).
============== Version 1.2 Changes ============== 1. Aircraft Updates
1. New flyable: Messerschmitt Bf-109 E-7/Z German fighter.
2. New flyable: Yakovlev Yak-9 Soviet fighter.
3. New flyable: Yakovlev Yak-9D Soviet fighter.
4. New flyable: Junkers Ju-87 B-2 German attack plane. 2. 3rd Party Add-On Credits
Junkers Ju-87 B-2
3D Model: Jury Shubin.
Skin: Jury Shubin.
Cockpit: Jan Niukkanen, Roman "Mad Dragon" Deniskin. 3. Notes on the New Yakovlev Fighters
The Yakovlev Yak-9, succeeded the Yak-1 and Yak-7, was the most produced type of the VVS front-line fighters. New M-105PF engine allowed it to reach maximal speed of 520 km/h at sea level, and 599 km/h at 4.3 km.
Yak-9D was a long-range version of the Yak-9 fighter, with fuel reserve increased up to 880 litres. The maximal speed at sea level was 535 km/h, with 591 km/h at 3.65km. 4. Notes on the Messerschmitt Bf-109 E-7/Z Fighter
The Bf-109 E-7/Z was a version with the DB 601N engine equipped with a high-altitude nitrous oxide injection system (GM-1). The system was prohibited to use under 6500 meters because of imminent damage to the engine, but in case of emergency it could provide extra 80 km/h of speed for a short period of time above 5.0 km.
In this version (1.2) the GM-1 boost system is activated when you engage WEP mode on the engine (W key by default). Avoid engaging the system on altitudes below 6500 m. 5. Notes on the Junkers Ju-87 B-2 Dive Bomber
The aircraft is equipped with a dive autopilot to assist a pilot in dive attacks.
The autopilot control is linked to the 'Airbrake' control key - You'll have to assign a key for it in the 'Controls' menu. Once engaged, the autopilot puts the aircraft into the diving configuration - as the dive brakes are extended, it trims the plane nose-heavy; plus, the diving sirens are switched on automatically. Once You have released Your bomb load (or when You get below a certain altitude, around 550 meters), the autopilot renders the aircraft tail-heavy to assist recovering from the dive.
Retracting the dive brakes (hit the 'Airbrake' key again) disengages the autopilot, and switches off the sirens.
The rear gunner is equipped with a magazine-fed machine gun, with provision for 1050 rounds in 75-round drums (Junkers manufacture data). Currently, You may see four drums in the locks to the left of the machine gun. These will disappear, simulating reloading the gun, as you deplete your last four drums of ammunition, giving you visual clue you have less than 300 rounds left. 6. Recommendations
1. For those who experience difficulties controlling aircraft with the default joystick profile (axis sensitivity curves in the Input menu), we provide sensitivity curves that we found more suitable for most of the modern input devices.
To set up the curves, go to the Input menu under the Hardware Setup in the Main Menu, and adjust the values according the following chart:
Pitch: 0 5 10 17 25 33 43 54 71 100
Roll: 0 3 7 15 25 35 50 66 84 100
Yaw: 0 8 19 29 39 51 62 75 86 100 7. Changes and Additions
1. The FW-109 A-4 altitude indicator now has the coarse dial operating properly.
2. Corrected speeds for the Yak-1, 1941 model. The corrected maximal speeds now are: 472 km/h at sea-level, and 569 km/h at 4.86 km.
3. As computer disk system may cause lags when repeatedly taking screenshots, in order to improve stability of the on-line gaming, the ability to take screenshots was limited to one per 10 seconds when playing on-line.
Unfortunately, we were unable to implement more additions or modifications since the team is busy with the Forgotten Battles upgrade, and most of the major modifications are scheduled to the Forgotten Battles project