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You are faster than me lol. 

 

 

It seems they will continue to improve the world. 

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5 minutes ago, Joyal said:

You are faster than me lol. 

 

 

It seems they will continue to improve the world. 

They surely will. On the last released roadmap there’s a scheduled World update right after the release. Also they’ve said they are aiming to have World Updates every three months.

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It is going to be great to have continued improvement in the variety of structures and vegetation plus refinement of the AI as it continues to learn and receives updates to its algorithms. 

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It's nice to know that their boss is a pilot.

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1 hour ago, Emerson67 said:

It's nice to know that their boss is a pilot.

Yeah no kidding.  It helps a lot.  It seems like the Asobo leads aren't - I think there was one dude who got his license during development.


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8 minutes ago, ryanbatcund said:

Yeah no kidding.  It helps a lot.  It seems like the Asobo leads aren't - I think there was one dude who got his license during development.

I thought the CEO/co-founder of Asobo (Sebastian Wloch) was a pilot? Maybe he's the one? I don't know, I could be wrong.

Anyone from Asobo reading this, tweet out how many of you are pilots 😄

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And guys, look at the trees at Rio de Janeiro, they're gone. You can actually see the massive rock that is Pão de Açúcar, as it's not covered in trees anymore.

I'm a huge believer that ASOBO and MS got something much better in their hands, as opposed to what we see in the preview videos. Now it's pretty much confirmed.

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29 minutes ago, Dermot McClusky said:

I thought the CEO/co-founder of Asobo (Sebastian Wloch) was a pilot? Maybe he's the one? I don't know, I could be wrong.

Anyone from Asobo reading this, tweet out how many of you are pilots 😄

I get the feeling a lot of them took lessons but few actually finished.

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Developed in France, with weather from a Swiss company and Austrian autogen technology. Loving the results of the most European flight simulator ever. 

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After watching this video, came immediatly to my mind a plagiarism of an old Reagan’s famous speech.

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Hugely impressed by what I have seen in the sim as well as in this video; I would almost go as far as saying that I prefer the blackshark ai result over photogrammetry as it looks better up close.

The only time it does not look as good is when the terrain texture quality is low; the AI on top looks too contrastry in comparison.

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2 hours ago, GCBraun said:

Developed in France, with weather from a Swiss company and Austrian autogen technology. Loving the results of the most European flight simulator ever. 

And the head of the project Jorg Neumann, is German 😊

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2 hours ago, GCBraun said:

Developed in France, with weather from a Swiss company and Austrian autogen technology. Loving the results of the most European flight simulator ever. 

And the head of all at Microsoft is a German... 😉

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