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Mathijs Kok
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Has there been any further discussion on the A330F?

 

Maybe do the passenger plus the freighter as an expansion or a the freighter as the main and the passenger as the expansion if that makes sense?

 

Like the way TFDI are doing the MD-11. 

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2 hours ago, JasonmCork said:

On reflection, are Aerosoft a bit hesitant on cargo aircraft?

 

Correct. The commercial market for those is simply a lot smaller and adding any new type creates a ton of work. It is also very very hard to get the data we need. 

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10 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

Anne, who is involved with the external model, just send these images.  At 21:30 so I told her to get a life. Now I need to get a life myself.

 

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Looking spectacular! Both the interior flight deck images and the exterior coming along wonderfully! Thanks for the update 

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12 minutes ago, Haohzh said:

How is the wing Flex working?

Realistic wingflex is extremly complex matter. you need tons of data like described here:

And even if you get all this data, which is very unlikely, it is a question whether it is worth the effort, just to gt some kind of "immersion" (i hate this word meanwhile ;) ).

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Will the aircraft be dumbed down graphically for XBox release like the Twin Otter was? Graphically, the Twin Otter cockpit was simplified with basic textures and material effects, making it one of the less appealing cockpits of "tier 1" third party developers, despite the forum marketing pre-release that was focused on Aerosoft's mastery of MSFS techniques.

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1 hour ago, eag_a said:

Will the aircraft be dumbed down graphically for XBox release like the Twin Otter was? Graphically, the Twin Otter cockpit was simplified with basic textures and material effects, making it one of the less appealing cockpits of "tier 1" third party developers, despite the forum marketing pre-release that was focused on Aerosoft's mastery of MSFS techniques.

 

I do not know why you think that, the modeling and texturing were absolutely not dumbed down, was simple not needed. Nor will the A330 be. Both are optimized for Xbox use though, meaning they are fully done with MSFS technology. So not 8K textures but 2K with decals ending up with detail.

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I hope the wing flex aka deflection will be greater than what we are accustomed to in P3D

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current animation in the P3D version is just too rigid. Hope MSFS version will rectify this issue. Thanks.

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ery funny to see how the next hype will be triggered. You can tell right away that the sim pilots are so manipulable. laughable. First the hype PMDG then Fenix and now a330. lol

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3 hours ago, VP-BLX said:

current animation in the P3D version is just too rigid. Hope MSFS version will rectify this issue. Thanks.

Wingflex will look like this. I f you dont like it, dont buy it. ;)

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I really like the details on the plane the slightly dirty effect on the plane and the details like the michelin writing on the tires it looks great I can't wait to have the plane

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