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Didn't you already post something like this last month? Oh yes, indeed you did ...

 

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13 minutes ago, SierraDelta said:

Didn't you already post something like this last month? Oh yes, indeed you did ...

Yes, I did. But these are two completely separate videos. The first one compared airports. This one compares graphics resolution.

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So, you comparing an Alpha release to a full release?

Quite irrelevant really!


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I want to see MSFS (not FS2020) vs FSX or P3D stock comparisons. That's gotta be good too. Actually we already know 😛

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LOL, I still cannot understand why Avsimmers have renamed MSFS to FS2020 & other thumb-sucked names.. They will have to rename it again in a few month's time, & the sheep will follow.

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The graphics are already ahead of XP. But lets wait for the final release.

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Indeed.. Too much time on one's hands.

Having said that, it would be interesting, from an historical point, to have a pictorial comparison of FS2004, FSX, & P3D of a default scenery.


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17 minutes ago, swiesma said:

The graphics are already ahead of XP. But lets wait for the final release.

And that is not even close. XP can only compare with dozens of addons, tweaks and some time invested in that regard.

But I agree with @Wobbie. I don't see it released 2020.

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3 hours ago, tweekz said:

And that is not even close. XP can only compare with dozens of addons, tweaks and some time invested in that regard.

But I agree with @Wobbie. I don't see it released 2020.


Not really sure how you come to that conclusion/interpret that, he’s not stating anything about release date, just the name, which is NOT FS2020...

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43 minutes ago, Mgard78 said:


Not really sure how you come to that conclusion/interpret that, he’s not stating anything about release date, just the name, which is NOT FS2020...

It doesn't really matter either.

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8 hours ago, Wobbie said:

LOL, I still cannot understand why Avsimmers have renamed MSFS to FS2020 & other thumb-sucked names.

Because last year when it was talked about, calling it MSFS would have confused everyone that hadn't heard there was a new flight sim.  By adding the 2020, it instantly told people it was something new.  That way we didn't have to deal with a bunch of, do you mean FSX type of questions.

When we talk, the idea is hopefully for people to understand us.  That means sometimes we us incorrect terms, just to be understood.  Like when we say Jacuzzi but it is a hot tub not made by them.  And here are a bunch of other terms that we are technically using incorrectly, yet people know what we mean anyway - https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/56667/41-brand-names-people-use-generic-terms

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Rubbish! Nobody was confused with MSFS,(maybe only Avsimmers was)  as no other sim was called that. Other sim sites call it Microsoft Flight Simulator. Microsoft & ASOBO also call it Microsoft Flight Simulator. Farming Simulator is also known as FS20 & FS 2020..

Your analogy of the Jacuzzi holds no water, as this tear's model is not known as Jacuzzi 2020. What will be confusing will be if the MSFS (I'm sure you know which sim I'm talking about), will be delayed until next year.. then people will be confused, thinking it's an old sim.

 


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1 minute ago, Wobbie said:

Nobody was confused with MSFS

I have talked with people that were confused even with the MSFS2020 they thought it was the Steam edition of FSX.  

And if you talking about Jacuzzi 2020, then I think you have confused my point.  You said you didn't understand why it was called that.  I answered.  Now I think you are trying to argue that using it is wrong, or it should be called something else .  I do not wish to argue with you.   


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