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Pro edition release date November 18th

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Woohoo! I missed the stream so thanks for sharing the great news!

Wonder if its up on Twitch's "past broadcasts"... Will check it out after work.

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Most want the shared cockpit but there is quite a bit more to the upgrade than that. Can't wait :)

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Casually browsing when I noticed... MJC Q400 PRO has just been released on JustFlight! 

Thanks for the heads up! Downloading right now!

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 Wow! I would have paid the $27 it cost me, just to have the HUD and nothing more.  This is great!

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Most want the shared cockpit but there is quite a bit more to the upgrade than that. Can't wait :)

 

Me too!  Now I need a friend...

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Wow! I would have paid the $27 it cost me, just to have the HUD and nothing more.  This is great!

Hi I just a few queries, what exactly is shared cockpit, is that connecting over the Web allowing two people to access the same plane from different PC's. ie Pilot & Co pilot co-op?

 

 

What does the failures add? Is there a random option that just now and again throws something nasty at you?

 

"4 x smoother" anyone notice anything here?

Many thanks for any input

 

Cheers

Steve

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It's a pitty it is not compatible con P3Dv3 (a mistake I think).

Edward

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It's a pitty it is not compatible con P3Dv3 (a mistake I think).

Edward

 

 

 

After you have purchased the upgrade you can log into your user area and download the 1.018 beta1 patch for Prepar3D V3. 

 

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That mean?

 

"No Message", you answered my point between me starting to type and hitting post, so I edited it out  :smile:

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"No Message", you answered my point between me starting to type and hitting post, so I edited it out  :smile:

Ahhh, thanks for explaining..Also miss the delete post function   :smile:

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Hi I just a few queries, what exactly is shared cockpit, is that connecting over the Web allowing two people to access the same plane from different PC's. ie Pilot & Co pilot co-op?

 

 

What does the failures add? Is there a random option that just now and again throws something nasty at you?

 

"4 x smoother" anyone notice anything here?

Many thanks for any input

 

Cheers

Steve

 

Steve, Shared cockpit in a nutshell is just that, however at OVPA we try to take it a step beyond for the flight simmer, we have several real world pilots who have experience on different aircraft and we try (as much as possible) to bring that to our members to give them a sense of realism in terms of the procedures, crew resource management and more! You should be able to view our past broadcasts on the Twitch website by searching OVPA, I was captaining the DASH8 during the release announcement and me and my co-pilot tried to show as much during that time as we could.

 

The failures is a default option in the PRO version (but they can be switched off) these will give a crew any failures one may encounter during any real world standard line flight

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Hi I just a few queries, what exactly is shared cockpit, is that connecting over the Web allowing two people to access the same plane from different PC's. ie Pilot & Co pilot co-op?

 

 

What does the failures add? Is there a random option that just now and again throws something nasty at you?

 

"4 x smoother" anyone notice anything here?

Many thanks for any input

 

Cheers

Steve

 

Steve, Shared cockpit in a nutshell is just that, however at OVPA we try to take it a step beyond for the flight simmer, we have several real world pilots who have experience on different aircraft and we try (as much as possible) to bring that to our members to give them a sense of realism in terms of the procedures, crew resource management and more! You should be able to view our past broadcasts on the Twitch website by searching OVPA, I was captaining the DASH8 during the release announcement and me and my co-pilot tried to show as much during that time as we could.

 

The failures is a default option in the PRO version (but they can be switched off) these will give a crew any failures one may encounter during any real world standard line flight

Many thanks for your post

Steve

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