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About Mirzayev

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  1. I'm pretty sure you don't need anything other than the default mappacks for this scenario. @Apocalypse 31 could say for certain if I am wrong. Edit: the base Steel Beasts map pack is all that is required for this scenario. Be sure to request a spot on the manning list on the first page if you intend to play with us this Sunday. Gunners are always welcome if there is not a vehicle available that you want to use.
  2. Ok, maybe this won't pump you up, but at least you'll take some tension off with a laugh.
  3. There are plenty of options under Multiplayer Engagements. BG ANZAC, and Kanium both come to mind for a more PVE experience, while there is also TGIF for more PVP. This list in not all inclusive, just what I have experienced. Play the tutorials (all of them) for the M1A1 or the Leopard 2A4/A5, run through the tank range, and play a few instant actions and you'll be fine.
  4. You are humble, the sign of a good leader.
  5. @atrOx Just for your situational awareness, Ssnake is the Director of eSim games. He is definitely the person who knows the most about development.
  6. Yes. I don't know the schedule for major updates, but taking an estimated guess I'd say that it'll be at least another year and a half or so. I'm not involved with the development cycle, so I can't give anything other than speculation.
  7. Yes. For paid updates, you would have to upgrade your CodeMeter, and then purchase secondary licenses for that version of the software. You can buy multiple secondary licenses (unsure if there is a max,) but you will have to buy them again if there is a paid update.
  8. Another video with playing the mission Recon Patrol, again, included with Steel Beasts. This mission reminds me a LOT of the first mission from the Camp Hornfelt series, but with a much better difficulty curve.
  9. My opinion is that different vehicles make playing multiplayer all the more fun. Sometimes, it is nice to get back to the basics with an M113, and a good set of optics. In my opinion, this vehicle could be a valid choice by the scenario designer for any vintage or modern scenarios.
  10. There is a key binding document that comes with the download. You can print that out and use it. That is what I did when I was learning the game... 7 years ago.
  11. I have the following stats: Intel Core i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60Ghz Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 64 GB of Ram I average about 60 FPS at 1920x1080. For what it is worth, I've found that Steel Beasts doesn't scale very well above that resolution.
  12. I can answer a few of these. 3. Yes. Check here for a list. https://www.steelbeasts.com/sbwiki/index.php/Main_Page#Vehicle_information 5. You can make your own scenarios with SB Pro PE. In fact, the majority of people on this site use SB Pro PE rather than the classroom version. 6. I would 100% recommend going with SB Pro PE. SB Professional is significantly more expensive, and would likely be of limited use to the average person playing for entertainment rather than training. 7. Yes. You will need to set this up using the CodeMeter software. I haven't personally done it, but plenty of people on this forum have.
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