Hierbij een reactie van Jeff, oftewel “drhotwing1” op de forums van Steam, hij is direct betrokken bij de ontwikkeling van AeroflyFS 2, vooral de mogelijkheid om binnenkort zelf photoreal scenery toe te voegen en te delen via Steam klinkt goed! 👍😀zit zei hij oa:
“I can assure everyone that Aerofly FS 2 isn’t going anywhere. Regardless of a bad sales month (if you want to believe Steam Charts) or a good sales month, IPACS has something much more important, passion and determination> I’ve said this before and it’s absolutly true; building a flight simulator in a highly competitive genre takes much more than revenue to stay a float.
As for updates, yes very true; IPACS is building something from scratch that took ACES and Laminar 10-20 years to get it somewhat right. This is going to take time.
There are good things coming on the horizon though:
* GeoConvert tool to make your own photo-real scenery very easily
* ATC – this is a big one and i’m not going to lie here, it will still take some time to get it finished enough to release to the public. There will be some additional very nice features that will also come with this update, let’s call it an ATC package update.
* More new complex aircraft – Q400 for one. The Q400 is currently being worked on and is almost ready. There are some complex items that just have to be worked out first.
* Smaller updates like a Logbook, updated menu’s, improved VR motion controls (VR Hands), missions, etc. will be released in intervals.
* Lets not forget the major onboarding of ORBX and their committment to Aerofly FS2. These releases will be epic.
* Updated weather system and improved clouds
* Improvements to Aircraft systems- adding much more functionality
This is just the tip of the iceberg.
With only two core programmers that, believe it or not, have families and lives too. Please understand that this will always go slow and steady but always keep in mind slow and steady wins long races.
I feel that I say this a lot 🙂
@ Bill, Indeed we are all friends here, and we all share the same passion for flight simulation. These are great times we are living !”