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  1. "The Concorde-X for 64-bit is now officially on pause. (...), we have to ensure that we align our business model with the significant development news that we received from Microsoft, and since the aircraft is so specialized, we prefer to evaluate further once there are more details on the new platform." "We were very happy to read the announcement of the new Microsoft Flight Simulator platform (which most now affectionately call "MSFS 2020"). It signals the return of one of the most prolific products that our good friends in Redmond have developed and we are all very excited to take a preview look into what looks to be technologies bringing the simulated world to a new level of immersion. We've seen the same previews as you have and they are certainly breathtaking! We cannot, however, provide any details or answer any questions about "MSFS 2020" at the present time, other than to say that our excitement about this next version is the same as yours!"
  2. Otherwise awesome list. Good idea to have all concrete info in one thread. I'll keep quite now, to not ruin the "info only" objective of the thread. Keep it up.
  3. Where was it stated that it has ATC? If you're referencing to the audio clip when the A320 is pushed back, that is ATC audio from a FSX mission.
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    New MS Flight Sim shown at E3

    Even though all signs points to Aerosoft has talked with Microsoft. I'd not call it something "we know for certain".
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    New MS Flight Sim shown at E3

    Quote from Matt Booty, the head of Xbox Game Studios: "It’s interesting. The very first game that Microsoft ever published was Adventure, and then I think the second one was Flight. That was a published game, and then we acquired it? I think that’s how the history goes. There’s so much going on right now. We put up that little tag at the beginning about satellite data and Azure AI. I don’t know if you know how that works, but we’re taking satellite map data, which is amazing, because it covers the whole planet, but it has big limitations. Parts of the planet are covered at different levels of detail. In order to make a modern flight simulator at the fidelity you need, you need accurate data. We’re using machine learning to fill in the places where we don’t know more than what the satellite data tells us. We know this is a blank spot in the middle of Nevada. Here’s what the stuff around it looks like. We know what Nevada generally looks like. Now we’ll generate that procedurally. There’s a ton of cool stuff in Flight Simulator." Source: https://venturebeat.com/2019/06/12/how-microsoft-showed-up-at-e3-locked-and-loaded-for-games-a-new-console-and-the-cloud/
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    New MS Flight Sim shown at E3

    https://www.pcgamer.com/microsoft-wants-to-bring-back-flight-simulator-to-show-it-supports-pc/
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    Engine #1 not responding to Thrust Lever Input

    I've never fixed this problem either...I have got the problem 2 times. I haven't experienced it after a restart of the computer