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A brief reflection on MSFS...

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I have just thought, that all right, everyone is really excited about the sim release, so am I, but I think the MSFS release is just a middle step in the overall experience. I think we should wait until the dust settles after the release, when both commercial and non-commercial content creators get creative and only THEN you will see the power of the sim! I drool when I think about all those amazing add-ons and I don't even mean expensive airports or study-level aircraft, but tiny modifications and solutions which will make MSFS look and behave better. The solutions from the category that makes you think "Asobo should have implemented it from the very beginning".

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And i think we should now calm all down a little bit, not discuss every little brainfart that anybody has about the flight simulator in the past, now and in the future and ffs just wait until its there and then ENJOY IT. Only 2 weeks left. Then discuss about facts.

Change my mind.

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If it generates the sort of freeware mods that something like Arma 3 has, then it will indeed be good days ahead. I’m hoping (expecting actually) that once the SDK is finalised and released, people will make YouTube tutorials for it and then I’ll try my hand at some creations.

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4 hours ago, Kenjiro75 said:

 I think we should wait

A brief reflection on life. When you are old enough, you take a leak when you have the opportunity to do it. You don't know when an opportunity might show up again. 

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26 minutes ago, Dominique_K said:

A brief reflection on life. When you are old enough, you take a leak when you have the opportunity to do it. You don't know when an opportunity might show up again. 

What's bad is if you don't have to when the opertunity is there but you don't know when it will present itself again.  It's called facing the unknown.

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5 hours ago, Bottle said:

If it generates the sort of freeware mods that something like Arma 3 has, then it will indeed be good days ahead. I’m hoping (expecting actually) that once the SDK is finalised and released, people will make YouTube tutorials for it and then I’ll try my hand at some creations.

Coming soon MSFS 2020 - WWII.

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52 minutes ago, Shack95 said:

Here‘s a very interesting and thoughtful reflection on the new sim by PMDG‘s Robert Randazzo. 

https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-forum/general-discussion-news-and-announcements/75469-30jul20-pmdg-s-view-of-msfs-and-the-future-of-simming#post75469

Articulated, full of substance, smart. A must read (I am not a PMDG customer).


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