I'm not sure if this belongs in this forum, or if you have been informed of this previously, but I'll post it anyway. To the Forgotten Hope people: On your website under Vehicles>>USA>>Aircraft you label the F4U Corsair as a Grumman plane. The Corsair was made by Vought, not Grumman or the designation would be F4F (which is a Grumman Wildcat). It seems like you should have known this because you have the "U" (naval designation for Vought) for the Corsair while there is an "F" (naval designation for Grumman) for the Wildcat. If you can correct this error please do, otherwise it is misleading. Thank You
I believe the man is right....
*Stops worshipping the gods of FH for a moment* My god! They made a mistake; my whole world seems so so unhistorical and fake. I've been living a lie all this time. I considered myself to be the most real of the realists. But it was all in vain!!:bawl:
The devs lied to us?!?!
How can I be sure of that release estimate now?! :p
Looks like you are correct--thanks for letting me know. I will update it after I have checked it out a bit further.
Not a problem, thanks for looking into it, I'm simply trying to help.
*FH Dev Team Lackey* "My Lord the peasants are revolting!" *El DiabLobo* "They've always been revolting. But now they're rebelling" :lol: Couldn't resist a bad joke.:smokin:
They were made mainly by Vought, but Goodyear produced about 4,000 designated FG-1D and -1A. Also Brewster completed a little over 700 designated F3A-1.
wgrosz;3582602They were made mainly by Vought, but Goodyear produced about 4,000 designated FG-1D and -1A. Also Brewster completed a little over 700 designated F3A-1.
They should have included a Brewster Buffalo for the Finns. But oh well, it doesn't really matter to me.
Charlemagne's Heir is right though.