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Areofly FS 2 VR with oculus rift or HTC Vive?

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Anybody have any experience with these? How does it compare to flyinside VR?

I like the way the hands on the cockpit are interacting with the controls. As the guy mentions they do not "light up" which is better. I see he can turn the little knobs easily...very cool. I think you can use a physical yoke as well if you want.

Anyway, I will install Aerofly FS 2 now, and depending on when MSFT goes VR and how the quality is will determine if I switch over later. 

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2 hours ago, Flybynumbers said:

Anybody have any experience with these? How does it compare to flyinside VR?

I like the way the hands on the cockpit are interacting with the controls. As the guy mentions they do not "light up" which is better. I see he can turn the little knobs easily...very cool. I think you can use a physical yoke as well if you want.

Anyway, I will install Aerofly FS 2 now, and depending on when MSFT goes VR and how the quality is will determine if I switch over later. 

🙂

They both have something to offer. I would say that fly inside has Slicker VR controls, but they can be a little glitchy. It also has full world coverage, but building placement is pretty much random.

Aerofly on the other hand tends to feel quite a bit more polished and to me feels definitely more attractive visually, especially since many users as well as orbx have added highly detailed sceneries.

Flyinside is something that I keep up with as it advances because I'm always curious. Aerofly is something that I actually fly on a regular basis.

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