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New pictures of Alaska released

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The Flight team has graced us with new images of Alaska on the Facebook page. Enjoy!

 

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Very nice.

 

I'm imagining a bush landing on the narrow island in the river in picture #2, coming in low over the water, steering between the couple of trees on the touchdown end, trying to get stopped before the trees at the far end. Then having to turn around and take back off in the opposite direction, because that's a one-way strip.

 

Hope we get some tundra tires.

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Flew up there for real, looks pretty good...


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So you'd think it's going to be out sooner rather than later, yes? Looks like a light snow shower in pic three and a rain shower in pic 5. That could be promising.


Mike Dryden

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27th is looking ever more likely. Note that no other DLC is being teased for the June release, so it's pretty much got to be Alaska.

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27th or later, it's looking great! And with trackIR finally supported, I feel I can finally fully invest in Flight (I've kept away from the Hawaii dlc to potentially enjoy it with trackIR later, so now I'll have all of this content to enjoy at once!)

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so now I'll have all of this content to enjoy at once!

 

You might even get Steam bundle discount!

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Im seeing conifers! This makes me happy since it means there is not a simple "global" vegetation they use like in FSX. Your seeing pineapples in Hawaii, and conifers in Alaska! Also we are getting seasons back!


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Just stunning. If Flight got one thing right it's the look of the terrain and its lighting.

 

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Looks great. I`m just hoping it`s not only optical evolution we get.

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Whow! I'm salivating!!!!!!


Don't know, but to me MFS looks a lot like the "Barbie" of desktop flight simulation...

Doesn't matter - I like to play with Barbies...

 

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Looks like I can push the remaining graphics settings to maximum, as there are much less trees and objekts around in Alaska. For now, the highest fan speed of my GPU is caused by the huge amount of trees on eg. Kauai or north-east of Maui.

 

Can't wait to climb in a Tundra Piper Cub or a Beaver!

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not bad - but:

 

no elevations sloping into water - and tsunami waves still there !

if this has to be the next generation of ms flight simulation - they really need to fix this past generations problems ! also sloping runways is a must these days.

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