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I wonder if anyone is already downloading/installing the SU5 update.

Thank you in advance.

 

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It's not live yet. Should be around 11am est

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Anyone think Martin Tyler is into flight simming? Bet he's waiting for the update to drop......"AND IT'S LIVE!"

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Hi,

I assume that somebody must have the update already (Seattle, New York, Sao Paulo...).

But nobody says anything.

😓

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3 minutes ago, John Fields said:

Hi,

I assume that somebody must have the update already (Seattle, New York, Sao Paulo...).

But nobody says anything.

😓

You are a bit early still!

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It is a simultaneous roll out worldwide the different times are just because of Time Zones and daylight saving.

Note that this update is breaking a lot of 3PD addons, There have already been announcements about the DC6 and the gtn750 and quite a few other products having updates in train.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, John Fields said:

Hi,

I assume that somebody must have the update already (Seattle, New York, Sao Paulo...).

But nobody says anything.

😓

You assume wrong

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5 minutes ago, John Fields said:

Hi,

I assume that somebody must have the update already (Seattle, New York, Sao Paulo...).

But nobody says anything.

😓

These days, updates or releases mostly happen simultaneously all over the world. In this case, 15:00 UTC was the announced time.

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Just now, MarcG said:

You assume wrong

Oh yes!

I'm wrong!

Miscalculation!

We have to wait 

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I wonder if the whole world will download SU5 and the Xbox version from the same servers at the same time. 


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Just now, Republic3D said:

I wonder if the whole world will download SU5 and the Xbox version from the same servers at the same time. 

Perhaps the servers are going to collapse!

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30 mins away from release here in the westcoast


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