IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad Crack With Activation Code

IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad 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 offers virtual pilots an even more accurate simulation of the most famous air battles of World War II.
Download IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
Downloads 3400
Genre WWI, Simulation, Flight, WWII, Combat
Company / Developer
Excalibur Publishing Limited , 1C Game Studios / 1C Game Studios
Tags: IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad Crack With Activation Code, IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad Crack Plus Keygen, IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad Crack & Activation Code

IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad reviews ( 7 )

AstronHaizer, Oct 23, 2014

I played Il2- Forgotten battles, I played SB War Thunder, Rise of Fligt etc. So far, Il 2 BOS the best and perspective flight-simulator. Guys, dont forget how much content there was in Il 2 sturmovik in 2001 y. Almoust nothing, Now Il 2 BOS its a platform made to make a game of our dream,but not in one day.

pilotpierre, Nov 2, 2014

As a aerobatic pilot in real life, this is the closest to actual flying I have experienced on any flight sim starting with Falcon on an Atari 500 around 30? Years ago. The aircraft have weight and are a delight to fly. Graphics are outstanding. Sounds are great. I could wax lyrical about this BoS ad nauseum, but I suggest potential buyers see for yourselves via the plethora of videos on youtube and the BoS sight. Also check out independent reviews now available. I have been playing this since the early release was first released and the weekly updates during that period and the regular updates since actual release give me confidence that this sim will surpass the original IL2 in longevity.

RegRag1977, Oct 23, 2014

One can be impressed by what the dev team achieved in such a short period of time! The game is already very good and really belongs to the IL2 1946 family. Some so-called experts will tell you that the FM are incorrrect or strange when they actually never flew any WW2 fighter and don't know much more about WW2 fighter piloting than the average sim pilot... Well don't be impressed, try for yourself: you will enjoy this sim, and you will learn a lot more from it than from their boring and patronizing ranting and whining :) Try it, you wont regret it!

LuseKofte, Oct 23, 2014

Excelent Game physics, very good models, FM is from mediocre to excellent, Cockpits are not in the same league as cod , but quite adequate, Personally I like the russian planes best. Damage model is adequate but wish for a little more complex one -1 . Singel player unlocks are to me not positive , and the single player campaign is a disappointment -1 Some strange maneuvering can be provoked -1 I can recommend this simulator for all skill levels, it is great fun and the dedicated servers are filled with dedicated pilots

Toxin1, Feb 4, 2015

Good looking planes, weather, tracers, flight and damage models. Released without mission builder or ability to host multiplayer games unless you have a Dedicated server (still pending release to rest of the customers). No Oculus support and limited Single player content as mentioned already.

dburne, Dec 6, 2014

I have been playing combat flight sims for many years, started with the original Red Baron for DOS. I owned the original IL2, along with all it's expansions up to Il2 1946, along with many other WWII combat sims. The IL2 series remained my favorite. I purchased the Early Access Premium version of BOS when it became available, and participated all throughout the Early Access period. While I had some smaller concerns, I really liked what I saw, and had very high hopes for this sim. I was and am a fan of ROF, and with BOS being developed by the same guys, I was very excited. Until they released the Single Player system upon us, shortly before the official release. Last time I played it , was the day after the SP was released to us. The XP grinding, unlocking items, unlocking airfields, no continuity of a player's career, only what appear to be some QMG missions thrown together, just does not do anything for me - in fact, turns me off to the sim completely. Throw in the graphics presets only in the options - 4 presets one has to choose, with no ability to customize any individual items like bloom, hdr, shadows, terrain, etc. Plus no ability to customize globally difficulty settings for the SP campaign. Want to fly with unlimited ammo while you are cutting your teeth on the sim? Not going to happen. If one likes power ups, unlocking items ( that you have already paid for), etc - then you will likely like this sim. If you are more used to what you got with previous WWII combat flight sims in terms of campaigns, careers, then you may well be disappointed like myself. Especially if you are coming from the IL-2 Series itself. I myself just can not see this sim as they have billed it " The continuation of the legendary IL-2 Series". I am giving BOS a score of 3 here. I feel that is generous on my part, it does have nice graphics and for the most part the flight physics seem really good, but what pulls that score down from me is - I no longer play it, and have no desire to play it in it's current state. I will keep an eye on it going forward and see if maybe something changes that might lure me back to it.

davison, Nov 5, 2016

Wish i could get my money back, plane stalling out at 120+ MPH in the P40 if i pull back on the stick, this thing cant even manage a simple turn fight with a fricken early war german 109, which it was designed to be able to defeat. This games physics suck for something claiming to be geared towards hardcore simmers. I have years of experience with DCS, and have even flown smaller prop planes in real life, im not a bad pilot, but this game sure makes me feel like i cant do anything, even when trying to perform basic combat maneuvers, if you pull all the way back on the stick the plane **** flops about, not to mention they feel sloppy, no matter how well i try to tune my axis on my thrustmaster warthog, i dont feel like im flying, but i do feel like im riding a bull that i have no control over, but am still uselessly trying to control