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May 25th 2022 - Live Dev Q&A

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they had real pilots come in to test the F-18 stuff, on carrier landings. They have a former TOPGUN on the team.

For the Darkstar they had help with the aerodynamics from someone they're not allowed to talk about. An unamed company that is working on a similar aircraft.

They want to add the carrier to free flight eventually. The carrier in the challenge is moving.

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They are going to reduce the frequency of sim updates - a good idea IMHO.

I personally _really_ like having something new to look forward to every other month, and I don't mind a few hiccups along the way in the name of progress.

It's clear the average user doesn't feel the same way - fewer updates with more testing will go a loooong way toward alleviating update fatigue. I'll just have to be more patient. 

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seb once again doesn know what hes talking about, all people want is set fps limit in menu like most other games has, 

 

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1 minute ago, enright said:

They are going to reduce the frequency of sim updates - a good idea IMHO.

I personally _really_ like having something new to look forward to every other month, and I don't mind a few hiccups along the way in the name of progress.

It's clear the average user doesn't feel the same way - fewer updates with more testing will go a loooong way toward alleviating update fatigue. I'll just have to be more patient. 

It's just difficult to develop something - even painting liveries can be affected which I've found to be the case.  I'm all for updates but maybe twice a year?  Or four times a year?


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29 minutes ago, ryanbatc said:

It's just difficult to develop something - even painting liveries can be affected which I've found to be the case.  I'm all for updates but maybe twice a year?  Or four times a year?

As much as I'd miss having shiny new features to tinker with - I think you're spot on: twice a year, with a full 60 day testing / public beta phase.

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16 minutes ago, 2reds2whites said:

I'm not particularly impressed with their tone at times.

I stopped watching these Q&As as they read like a Marketing Script most of the time, for sure Sebs segments on Physics can be cool as well as 3rd party devs who come on for a chat, but Jorg is there to smile and pretend everything is OK whilst Martial acts like he doesn't want to be there at all.

I actually tuned in tonight just for the VR question, the response was massively underwhelming (again) for a platform they consider to be just as important as Xbox.....yeah right....17months on and one new feature added, new bugs they introduced still not fixed and....that's about it! DLSS is not going to be for everyone, the only shining light was perhaps the switch from a "VR Team" to integrate VR with the Core development - again something that should've been there from the very start, but we all know they didn't plan for VR in the first place and it smacks of being a hindrance to their plans now.

These Q&As sounded like a good idea in the beginning, but they've become a drag. I get some people lap it up and enjoy them, but not for me!

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Did they address the ATC/AI refactoring effort? I saw it on the screen but had it muted as I'm at work.


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3 minutes ago, Drumcode said:

Did they address the ATC/AI refactoring effort? I saw it on the screen but had it muted as I'm at work.

so they're implementing minimal vectoring changes to ATC, by the sounds of it for SU11, but conveniently dodged the AI answer - major effin eye roll from me on this 

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56 minutes ago, 2reds2whites said:

I'm not particularly impressed with their tone at times.

They are developers what you expect everything to be quotha? Its surprisingly they do these Q&A's in the first place.

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29 minutes ago, MarcG said:

These Q&As sounded like a good idea in the beginning, but they've become a drag. I get some people lap it up and enjoy them, but not for me!

The fact that the top execs are on these and not just community managers is very healthy IMHO - it removes any filter between the company and its customers. They see the feedback in chat and they have to directly answer for hiccups, etc. You can clearly see that they are uncomfortable with the recent xbox stability issues for example - and rightfully so. They also get exposure to what their most passionate customers are interested in.

I think there's value in it beyond the marketing angle.

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Just now, enright said:

They see the feedback in chat and they have to directly answer for hiccups, etc.

unless a community manager manages you and removes your comment

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