You should read more and post less. Those old Soviet patterns are NOT digital - they're not even pixiliated.
The 1944 pattern a "birch leaves" pattern - in other words, an artistically produced rendering of the jagged shapes of the types of leaves prevalent in central Russian forests. Similarly, the KMLK pattern is an artistic rendering of the effect of sunlight filtering through the forest canopy. Which is why it was nick-named "sun rays" pattern by the Soviet troops.
Besides this, the concept of analogue and digital weren't even known of in 1944! And anyways, this misconception by some fans of Russian camo has already been discussed and debunked a thousand times already.
If they don't replace it, then look like there behind the times... and are not a cool modern army. I give it 2yr and it will be replaced, if the French are doing and looks like the Brits might be replacing DPM ( which possiblely the best camo out there, and doesn't need to be replaced) ... then the Germans have do it too.
i wouldhave to disagree, to my knowledge the germans are overall utilitarians and will use what WORKS best. however if they can come up with a digi pattern that Is better than fleck thats a different story.