• Dovetail Games Teams With Boeing For FSX

    Dovetail Games Teams With Boeing For FSX

    Dovetail Games joins forces with aviation giant Boeing.

    Officially licensed content coming soon to Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition.

    CHATHAM, Kent - July 22, 2016 - Dovetail Games is delighted to announce that it has entered into a licensing agreement with leading aviation and aerospace company Boeing to bring officially licensed add-ons to Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition (FSX: Steam Edition).

    "We recognize that an important part of creating highly authentic flight simulation experiences is the addition of officially licensed content," said Paul Jackson, CEO of Dovetail Games. "We are therefore delighted to be working in partnership with Boeing, a highly respected pioneer in the aviation world, to deliver a wide range of content for FSX: Steam Edition over the coming months."

    As a result of this agreement, the FSX: Steam Edition community can expect to see licensed Boeing add-ons, as well as content representing aircraft from their subsidiaries, McDonnell-Douglas, North American Aviation and Rockwell International, in the FSX: Steam Edition store in the coming months.

    Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition is available on Windows PC via Steam. For further information, please visit www.dovetailgames.com or https://fsxinsider.com/.

    About Dovetail Games

    Dovetail Games was launched in 2013. Previously trading as RailSimulator.com Ltd, the business launched in 2009 initially producing and marketing the PC game Train Simulator. Today, Dovetail Games is responsible for train, flight and fishing simulators and is developing for both PC and leading consoles.

    To find out more, please visit www.dovetailgames.com.


    8 Comments
    1. Barkingside's Avatar
      Barkingside -
      Bodes well for the future. Touch wood.
    1. daniel_h_12345's Avatar
      daniel_h_12345 -
      Please make a good 787 with VC!!!
    1. RatRace's Avatar
      RatRace -
      I don't get this. Why FSX and not their upcoming "next generation flight simulator"? Are they going to compete against themselves? This does not make any sense.

      Also, if the past reveals anything about the future, this does not at all bode well for 3PDs.
    1. mallcott's Avatar
      mallcott -
      Seems like the first step to monetize the addon market for the declining simulator.
      Not sure what PMDG will make of it. Or iFly. Nor am I sure what DTG think they're going to DO with it.
      I hope this isn't the Papa Tango issue, resurfacing.
    1. flightman's Avatar
      flightman -
      Being licenced by Boeing means nothing. The terrible Abacus 787 was "licenced by Boeing". It just means DTG can use Boeing's logo. Also if they are planning these releases in the next few months they won't be deep or accurate simulations. No doubt very good eye candy if that's what you want.
    1. RatRace's Avatar
      RatRace -
      Quote Originally Posted by flightman View Post
      Being licenced by Boeing means nothing. The terrible Abacus 787 was "licenced by Boeing". It just means DTG can use Boeing's logo. Also if they are planning these releases in the next few months they won't be deep or accurate simulations. No doubt very good eye candy if that's what you want.
      Fair enough, but I still don't see why they keep putting all this time and effort in a 10 year old flight sim.
    1. evm's Avatar
      evm -
      Maybe they are paving the way for PMDG to release their FSX products on Steam after all?

      "All this time and effort": to release/deliver content IMHO does not necessarily mean that Dovetail produces that content. Only that they want to sell some. If it is compatible with their future sim too, then this might even make sense.
    1. RatRace's Avatar
      RatRace -
      Quote Originally Posted by evm View Post
      Maybe they are paving the way for PMDG to release their FSX products on Steam after all?

      "All this time and effort": to release/deliver content IMHO does not necessarily mean that Dovetail produces that content. Only that they want to sell some. If it is compatible with their future sim too, then this might even make sense.
      True. As for PMDG, I am quite certain that they are already allied with Boeing. Not sure that Dovetail would need a separate agreement, but who knows.