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Just curious, how diffrent is fs2crew for the 737 pmdg as opposed to the 767 version?? im thinking purchasing one but not sure which one??Thanks


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>Just curious, how diffrent is fs2crew for the 737 pmdg as>opposed to the 767 version?? im thinking purchasing one but>not sure which one??>>ThanksIt depends which aircraft you fly the most but the version for level-D is the most avanced one in the series (it's the latest) and just stunning...Don't fly without and due to the SDK of level-d more automation build and features in the program too :-)Andr


 

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All FS2Crew versions are different from each other. I have them all and all of them are excellent. Sure, over time every release became more complex and immersive, but even the 'older' 737 version is great. You can't go wrong with it.Pat

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Both are top notch, however if you want advanced options go with the LevelD767 version, it's VERY Easy to use, so easy that with the tutorial, you can do an entire flight with ease, just by following the directions, and be on your own, for the next. Much easier than the 737 version, if your new to the software. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.

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The PMDG 737 version of FS2Crew was the first release in the FS2Crew series. That was almost two years ago.If you're a PMDG 737 fan, go for it. There are lots of reviews on the FS2Crew website if you want independent opinions.However, over the course of the last two years, I've learned a lot of things about how to make FS2Crew even better, and this is reflected in the latest version which was custom designed from scratch for the Level-D 767.The upcoming version for the PMDG 747 also reflects FS2Crew's constantly evolving experience. It is truly light years ahead of the PMDG 737 version.Either way, you have a 30 day money back gaurantee with all FS2Crew products, so you're safe.All the best,Bryan

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