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FSX | DCS | X-Plane 11 | MSFS 2020 | IL2:BoX

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What scares me is to think how much better this will look in 10, 20, 30 years. At some point, real and CGI will be indistinguishable. 

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FSX | DCS | X-Plane 11 | MSFS 2020 | IL2:BoX

Favorite aircraft currently: MSFS Savage Cub

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Part of this is just the Youtube compression hiding flaws, but I found myself losing track of which one was real and which one was the sim at certain points.

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Add some bug splatter and it's an excellent default scenery vs real world.

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What struck me watching this is how cartoonish Sedona is in real life.

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1 hour ago, FishermanIvan said:

What’s FS2020?

i think you mean MSFS or you aren’t credible. 

Don't be a stick in the mud, you know what they meant.

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Wowzers!!

That video looked awesome! Nice comparison!

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The top one needs tweaking,hardly a cloud in the sky,the color is not as vivid and don't even get me started on that fake looking prop.😊

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Think I prefer MFS 🙃

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Very nice looking video! Thanks for sharing that. I only noticed a few things that separated the sim from the real world: runway numbering (03 vs 3), shrubs turned into trees and the apron was rendered in a different color. Other than that I also noticed that the rw plane was bumping around a bit, but the camera was also clearly zoomed in a bit which would exaggerate the bumpiness by quite a lot. 


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The flight model of the top one is a bit twitchy. 🙂

Really wonderful comparison ... almost indistinguishable.

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The distortion effect of the glass is worse IRL, I prefer MFS.

Also we need dirt on the airplanes, planes get cleaned at the end of the day but they get dirty, having spotlessly clean airplanes after bush flying breaks the immersion for me.


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10 hours ago, FishermanIvan said:

What’s FS2020?

i think you mean MSFS or you aren’t credible. 

I think you mean MFS you in-credible person 🙄


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