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2 hours ago, udidwht said:

Was also said in article...

 

2024 will include a radical change in architecture that will download from the cloud only what is seen at any given time and will be much more efficient in terms of storage demands. 

This architectural change was required to continue to increase the scale of the simulator. and to continue to innovate. On top of that, it allows for the implementation of the new activities such as firefighting and medical transport, which were requested by the community.

This won't be good for all people, including me, as I have a slower internet connection, and there is not much I can do about it unless I get Starlink - which will be £450 hardware plus £75 per month - just so I can use MSFS2024. 

So I hope there will be some kind of option to download and store as well.  My 2TB SSD just for MSFS will accommodate it easily enough. 


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37 minutes ago, bobcat999 said:

"So I hope there will be some kind of option to download and store as well." 

you bet, 3 years ago Microsoft said during the launch press event the minimum required bandwidth for MSFS 2020 is around only 6 MB/s and they implemented a mechanism where you could even pre-download the complete data for a specific route. that tells me they are well aware that not everybody has a gigabit fiber connection. if they can even implement hot air balloons ...

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4 hours ago, Glenn Fitzpatrick said:

Asobo are capable of taking note of comments and taking them into account without necessarily instantly implementing everything requested.

The fact they may reject someone's request as impractical , or not a huge priority at the moment, does not mean they ignored it or failed to take it into account. 

Sure, so that just leaves their communication a lot to be desired then doesn't it. In fact if that is the case, it makes their communication absolutely terrible. 

And I would hardly say 'instantly implementing' when we've been waiting 3 years for some bug fixes and working areas of the sim. And how do you know they've rejected something? Or swept it under the carpet. You don't, because they don't communicate it. They just let the votes keep on gathering. They host a Q&A which just muddles things even further with either a lack of response, or a mixed up startled response. 

 

PS You're still contradicting yourself 😉

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2 hours ago, bobcat999 said:

This won't be good for all people, including me, as I have a slower internet connection, and there is not much I can do about it unless I get Starlink - which will be £450 hardware plus £75 per month - just so I can use MSFS2024. 

So I hope there will be some kind of option to download and store as well.  My 2TB SSD just for MSFS will accommodate it easily enough. 

I'd say that before jumping up and down with little cries of joy one needs to see what it is exactly all about for people like you and me afflicted by a sub-optimal connection. Maybe good, maybe not.  I don't know. Then again I am not a holly roller.

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13 hours ago, g-liner said:

Think the local legend was meant to be released in Tokyo. It’s only mentioned as being Japanese in the article this threads about. 

It was intended to be released last Thursday during the Tokyo Game Show but was delayed until this Thursday for an unspecified reason.

I'm wondering if there's something in SU13 that the aircraft needs, so it had to be delayed because SU13 was as well.

 

Found a screencap of the MU2 on the official discord for those who want proof.
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12 hours ago, Fielder said:

X-Plane Mitsubishi MU-2 Marquise V2

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I dunno about you but this pic gives me a huge desire to shift to X-Plane.

Ok, OK, I leave... 


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57 minutes ago, Dominique_K said:

I dunno about you but this pic gives me a huge desire to shift to X-Plane.

screenshot must be from an old x-plane version. for me it is exactly the opposite, imagine the poor graphics in VR when everything graphics (good and bad) affects you 10 times harder. I am so glad we will have the MU-2 finally in MSFS. hope it has good turbo prop sounds and analog panel please.

and compare the price and their lousy GPS: the x-plane Toga version: $54.95

MSFS: $ 9.95

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1 minute ago, turbomax said:

for me it is exactly the opposite, imagine the poor graphics in VR when everything affects you 10 times harder.. I am so glad we will have the MU-2 finally in MSFS. hope it has good turbo prop sounds and analog panel please.

😁

It does happen, from time to time, that I write the contrary of what I mean, you know.   

 The high-wing MU is better for MSFS than the Duke or the  310 because you don't have big engines obstructing the view.  Sounds are important but even more important is to know whether they have simulated the turbo-engine right, not a forte of some of the turboprops on the market . 

The safety story of MU 2 is very interesting btw and the Wikipedia page deserves to be read.

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I wonder what the cockpit is going to look like, because it's one of those planes where it could be all gauge, gauge with some glass or mostly glass.

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I'm sure the cockpit is going to look amazing with MSFS's Ambient Occlusion on max like everything else does from Inibuilds!

Looking forward to grabbing this one!


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