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Helicopters… in 2022 !!!

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Well, this message has devastated me, honestly  :unsure:  :sad: .

According to Sergio Costa (who is really a great guy and enthusiast !!!) from HELISIMMER.COM  we rotorheads will have to wait for the arrival of the first helicopter in MSFS 2020 till 2022 !!!

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What a huge disappointment  :blink: .

Well, the only additional opinion I have - and of course it's very subjective:

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020...

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......rest in peace.

 

All the best,

Konrad

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It will probably be december 31 2022.

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Not according to just Sergio, since you showed what have been showed already 12 days ago..

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I'd rather see rotary winds delayed and modeled  properly than released early and become mess like we have right now with many fixed wing aircraft

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A 3PD could still make helicopters using WASM modules if they program all of the helicopter aerodynamics

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The scenery of MSFS makes it a no brainer for choppers. But I'd rather they did it right than rush it.

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7 hours ago, sd_flyer said:

I'd rather see rotary winds delayed and modeled  properly than released early and become mess like we have right now with many fixed wing aircraft

Agreed. So much more complexity is involved with rotor-wing flight modeling, and it's all going to be based off the same systems that affect fixed-wing flight, many of which the community as a whole does not find very impressive - at this time. The desire for choppers is no surprise, that anyone would want some now is a bit perplexing when they would perform more realistically and be better enjoyed after the sim matures in 1-2 years. I think 2022 is their "soonest, we hope" goal, TBH

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Drew Sikora

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17 hours ago, Brandon01110 said:

It will probably be december 31 2022.

LoL.  Well, I think the 1st January 2023 is more realistic  :laugh: .

And I agree with a previous writer:  the whole scenery CRIES FOR chopper flying. 

Asobo/MS should have made helicopters as priority from the very first beginning.

Cheers.

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